Gafas de sol para hombre: Según tu tipo de rostro


Sunglasses for men: According to your type of face

Men also cry, we also take care of ourselves, we are also interested in trends, and of course, we also want to combine our clothes and accessories in the best possible way.

Sunglasses are an easy accessory to combine, however, it is necessary to know how to do it.

To begin with, the same things do not look equally good on all of us, we have to be aware of the style we have, what favors us the most, the type of face we have, and once this is done, look for a trend that suits our characteristics.

In today's post we give you some tips so that you know what the perfect glasses are for you, and where you can find them; although the answer is quite clear: in The Indian Face.


The design and format of the glasses has changed over the years, the colors, the size, the materials that make them up have changed...

One of the trends that has been carried out in recent seasons has been to give a modern touch to the usual classic designs to give them a new look.

Now you can see, for example, some horn-rimmed glasses, so typical of the last century, but with curious patterns and colors.


In addition to renewing classic styles, there is another trend that is emerging in the market, and that is to design small frames. These types of designs fit perfectly on long and not very large faces.

When it comes to relating glasses to the type of face they fit with, we are going to take some Hollywood stars that will serve as a reference when giving each face a pair of glasses. Next, you will be able to extrapolate it to your face and identify which glasses are the right ones for you.

We have made a division between the types of faces that can be found, and the size of each one.


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If there is a Hollywood actor who stands out for having rather square features, it is Brad Pitt. This type of face is quite characteristic, masculine and usually generates attractiveness. The haircut that usually suits square faces is short or shaved.

The ideal glasses for these faces are usually those with rounded, narrow and even oval structures, since they balance the face visually speaking. As for the frame, those that are large usually fit well, or at least larger than the width of the face. Be that as it may, square frames are out.

The model Frontier of The Indian Face presents a structure that It is close to the oval or aviator, and has no frame in the lower part of the lens, which brings lightness to the square face. We believe that, for this type of face, our Frontier model can provide very good results.


Leonardo DiCaprio is going to be the second actor that we are going to take as a reference to check which are the right glasses for each one. But this time we are going to do it to talk about round faces.

In this case we observe that the forehead and jaw are not as wide as the cheekbones, in fact, they are much narrower, thus generating a circular effect on the face.

This type of face is favored by haircuts with a toupee, somewhat thick and bushy eyebrows, a beard... All the elements that give the face a sensation of a straight line.

The perfect glasses in this type of case are those with straight lines. They generate an effect that enhances the length of the face and promotes its balance. Small or rounded glasses will enhance your face to become more circular.

The glasses Free Spirit of The Indian Face They have some lines that work perfectly on this type of face. They are designed with a rather square structure that will help the face not flatten.


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The long face usually has a rectangular shape, and there is a lot of distance between the forehead and the chin, creating two straight lines on the sides. Among the ambassadors of this type of face stand out Robert Pattinson, Jon Kortajarena or Adam Reynolds. Long hair usually looks good on this type of face, and a beard is not out of place either. The glasses?

The bigger they are, the better they will fit, since in this way they reduce the length effect of the face.

The glasses Polar of The Indian Face are a A good option for oval faces, although they are not excessively large, they do fulfill the function of not lengthening the face too much, thus balancing the features of the face and giving it extra uniformity.


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It has always been said that the oval face is the most harmonious and Ryan Gosling can boast of having it. It is usually characterized by a sharp chin, little jaw and a difference between the length and width of the face of five centimeters.

This face suits all haircuts, and almost all types of glasses. Rounded or rectangular shapes are a very good option. The very large glasses, on the other hand, do not sit so well on oval faces.

The model Kahoa of our brand The Indian Face have the quality that they are not large and have a standard structure and shape. They adapt very well to all types of faces, and more, of course, to the oval ones.

We have already talked about the types of faces, but now, you have to think about whether your face is big or small, because yes, size matters and it is a determining factor when it comes to seeing how glasses fit you.


An effective way to know if your face is big is to compare it with your shoulders; although you will definitely know when you try on one-size-fits-all caps or hats; If the hat is too small for you, it is evident that your face is big.

In this case, the glasses that will best suit you will be those with large lenses and thin frames.


If when you're trying to put on a one-size-fits-all beanie or hat, you discover that it's loose on you, then welcome to the small-headed club. The glasses that are going to suit you are going to be the original ones that stand out, but always in small and simple frames, but thick. Acetate models that claim to be similar to classic Carey models are now very fashionable and do provide the distinctive aura necessary to succeed.

We hope this post has been useful for you to know which glasses to choose when you go to immerse yourself in the world of brands, the infinity of models and trends.

And if you have any questions, you know where we are!