Spectacles are a frame for the eyes. There is a wide range of frames on offer thanks to the constant search for aesthetics, technology and comfort, which allows us to produce frames in different materials and shapes. The frame is selected with the advice of our image consultants on the basis of certain characteristics:
- shape of the face
- type of material
- use of the spectacles
The frame must in any case fit harmoniously on the face; for each face there are frames that best match the morphology of the face. It is therefore necessary to first identify the shape of the face. We can relate the possible face morphologies to one of two basic shapes
The shape and colours of the frame play an important role in accentuating or balancing these effects. Try for yourself via the web-cam to locate the shape of your face and notice these aspects via a virtual mirror, every person is different and the ultimate goal is to feel good about yourself.
Click on the images below that represent your face to find out which frames might be selected for you.
COLOURS THAT ENHANCE SKIN AND COMPLEXION
The tone of the complexion depends on the percentage of:
- carotene: yellow/orange pigmentation
- melanin: brown pigmentation
- haemoglobin: red pigmentation
Enhancing colours, which are in line with our natural hues, reflect and radiate outwards, making us look more beautiful and radiant. Conversely, non-enhancing colours are absorbed by the face and accentuate its irregularities.
Colours have a 'temperature' and are divided into:
- WARM: red, yellow, orange (they are associated with sunlight and its warmth)
- COLD: blue, ice, indigo (they evoke snow, the sea, the sky)
Warm colours are defined as colours that contain a percentage of YELLOW in their chromatic composition. Colours that tend towards BLUE are considered COLD.