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A great pair of sunglasses can instantly elevate one's looks, whether you're wearing a plain t-shirt and jeans or a fun summer dress. However, sunglasses in Malta aren't universal, and the best way to see complete your look with great sunnies is to know what's the right pair for you. 


Whether you're planning on going to the beach with the family or taking a road trip with friends in Malta, here's how you can choose the perfect 'sunnies' for you. 


The best thing you can do is find sunglasses that can complement your face shape. Here are the perfect sunnies for different face shapes. 


Round Face


You can tell you have a round face if the widest part of your face is your cheeks, making it look not very angular. What you need to do is not lengthen your face, so it's best to choose rectangular sunnies, giving the illusion that your face is more angular than it is. Colour-wise, it's best to go for sunglasses with dark frames, helping your face look more narrow, bringing its contour closer to an oval. 


Square Face


You can say that you have a square face if you have a strong jaw that's the same width as your forehead and that your chin isn't defined. It's best to avoid sharp-angled or rectangular sunnies as it can 'overload' your face's outlines. In contrast, round sunglasses can help visually balance and soften your facial proportions. 


Oval Face 

You can tell you have an oval face if your head is longer than it is wide. The main goal here is not to disturb your face's ideal proportions, so avoid sunglasses that are too big. It's best to choose sunnies that are a bit wider than your face, making your face look more proportional in terms of width. Moreover, try to find sunnies that have 1:1 ratio on the width to length.


Triangular or ‘Heart-Shaped’ Face

You can tell you have a triangular or heart-shaped face if your jaw is very pointed. Check your forehead's width to your jaw, and if your forehead is wider, you have a triangular face. The aim here is to visually broaden the upper part of your face while making its lower part less prominent. It's best to go for rectangular sunnies to balance out the chin to forehead ratio. Plus, if you have smaller features, go for smaller lenses, but if you have prominent features like a beard, go for the larger ones. 


Rectangular Face

You can say you have a rectangular face if your face's length is greater than the width, whereas the cheekbones, jaw and forehead are equal in width. Your chin should also be broader and more angular. The goal here is to make your face look broader, so the best sunglasses for these are ones with larger frames. 


Final thoughts


Sunglasses are more than just a fun summer accessory. They can protect a person's eye from harmful radiation, reduce fatigue, and complete your overall look — provided that you choose the best one that suits you. Protect your eyes in style by visiting DealToday for the best deals on luxury sunglasses in Malta, offering sunnies perfect for every face shape, style, and looks.