How to Choose a Glasses Frame Color

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Choosing a glasses frame color requires you to keep the shape of your face in mind before you make any type of decision. Find out about choosing a glasses frame color with help from the owner of Skin Perfect Image Wellness Spa in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Jaclyn Peresetsky and today we're going to discuss what color of eyeglasses frames do you choose when shopping for a new pair of glasses. I'm sure you like everyone else is overwhelmed by all the selection when you walk into any store that has eyeglasses frames. What color do you choose? Well, I have the perfect tip. You are going to be using colors that are naturally found in your own coloring, hence your skin tone and your eye color. Our model, Debbie, here has warm skin tone. So she's going to have to choose warm glasses so they are in harmony with her skin tone and also, she can choose coloring based off her hair color and her eye color. Her eye color has gold flecks in it and it also has slight blue slatey color and then also her hair color has different caramels and browns and blondes. So that's the key to remember, so when you go to choose an eyeglasses color, she can choose a color that has any of these tones in it. Now if she is going to want to wear statement color glasses, they have to be a little bit lighter in value because her overall coloring is lighter. You don't want to choose very heavy frames when you are blonde hair, blue eyes and lighter skin. You don't want the glasses to be wearing you, however, you want to make a statement. So in her statement glasses we chose a burgundy. That's going to look amazing and when she walks in she's definitely going to be noticed. I hope this information was helpful and when you go to choose your eyeglasses frames you consider the tips of remember your color harmony.

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