If cat-eye glasses never go out of style, it's undoubtedly because they add a touch of sophistication and glamour to any look. One thing is for sure, with a pair of cat-eye glasses for your eyesight or sunglasses, you'll be a real eye-catcher! What is the right face shape for cat-eye glasses? What colour should you choose? Here are our tips for finding the perfect pair to enhance your eyes.

Who can wear cat-eye glasses?

Cat-eye glasses first made their appearance in the 1960s. Their rounded lenses and refined tips resemble the shape of a cat's eye. They were first made popular by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Although the style dates back decades, they are still trendy today.

Originally, cat-eye glasses were intended for women only. Then, over time, this type of frame also appealed to the male fashion world. However, whether it's cat-eye glasses or cat-eye sunglasses, they are still very popular with women.

What is the right face shape for cat-eye glasses?

Whether the shape of your face is square, round or oval, cat-eye glasses will make you look your best. In other words, it's one of the few shapes of glasses that fits everyone! However, since this type of frame comes in many styles, here are our tips on recognizing when a pair of glasses is right for you.

The top of the frame

Your eyebrows have an important role to play in your facial expression. They must therefore remain visible! Make sure the frame of your cat-eye glasses does not hide them. You also don't want your eyebrows to show behind the lenses of your glasses. In other words, you know that a pair of glasses highlights your eyes when the eyebrows are positioned just above the top of the frame.

The bottom of the frame

Check the bottom of the frame to ensure your cat-eye glasses are the correct size. The bottom edge of the frame should not touch your cheekbones—even when you laugh!

The width of the frame

The width of the frame is important for your comfort. The temples should not squeeze your face. On the flip side, they should not be too far from your face either. Ideally, you should not be able to insert more than one finger between the temples of your cat-eye glasses and their temples.

What colour should you choose for cat-eye glasses?

Since the shape of the cat-eye glasses is already bold, you can choose a colour that will easily match your entire wardrobe: black, beige or dark blue. Tom Ford cat-eye glasses are a great example of frames with both a classic and trendy look!

You may also love the colour in these LYA cat-eye glasses. Soft and warm shades, like pink, red, purple, etc.

Bolder colours are a great way to make a style statement. You'll be sure to turn heads with OGI's red cat-eye glasses!

And for your cat-eye sunglasses: go for black! It's the perfect shade that goes with everything. Tiffany & Co sunglasses would probably be Audrey Hepburn's favourite, of course!