Find your Fit:

Hair Color

Your hair color (natural or otherwise) can have a big impact on which frame colors will work best for you. Consider not just the shade of your hair (brown, blonde) but also whether it has cool or warm undertones. This quick list will get you pointed in the right direction.

Blonde Hair
Blonde with Warm Undertones

Best Bet:

For glasses, warm blondes can run the gamut of warm colors including coral, light tortoise, green & red shades.
Blonde with Cool Undertones

Best Bet:

Cool blondes can easily wear black, blue, dark tortoise and pink tones. Avoid colors with strong yellow or gold undertones.
Brown Hair
Brown with Cool Undertones

Best Bet:

Go for black, pink, blue, and dark tortoise for the best effect.
Brown with Warm Undertones

Best Bet:

Stick with lighter tortoise shades that have warm undertones such as Hemlock or Bourbon, or go with warm greens, reds, or creamy off-whites.
Red Hair
Red Hair

Best Bet:

Try rich tortoise, black, forest, fern & warm neutrals like cream. Avoid Ashy and yellowy tones that will undermine redheads.
Black Hair
Black Hair

Best Bet:

Go for black, Olive Tortoise, Malt and bold Pacific. Avoid diluted or ashy tones as they may appear washed out.
Grey & White Hair
Grey & White Hair

Best Bet:

Try Onyx, Cadet, and Cherry. Stay away from yellow and brown frames that have a dulling effect.
Eye Color
Hc

Playing off your eye color can have a subtle influence on the overall look of your glasses.

Selecting frames close to your eye color will reinforce your natural palette and create depth. Choose contrasting colors for a more dramatic effect that will make eye color pop.

Blue Eyes

For blue eyes, coordinate with blue and grey tones such as Cadet, Mineral or Dusk. For contrast go with rich browns and tortoise or try bolder Bittersweet and Tangerine.

Green Eyes

Green eyes pair perfectly with rich earthy colors in brown and gold tones. Shades of pink like Blush and Opal or purple tones will give greater contrast.

Hazel Eyes

Hazel Eyes look right at home in deep greens and browns. To bring out the gold flecks in hazel eyes try colors like Amber or Brindle fade.

Brown Eyes

Brown eyes play well with other warm tones like Bourbon, and greens like Military or Fern to provide contrast.