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How to Pick the {Best} Sunglasses & Frames for Skin Tone & Hair Color

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In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaMAaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro says he's fired-up because he's talking about the mother of all accessories. Frames! Sunglasses!

He says that in addition to face shape, you should consider your skin tone and hair color when selecting your next pair of frames or sunglasses. These tips are not factual, just suggestions. Also, if you like any of these glasses, click the link above. First, determine your complexion.

How much do you contrast from white?

High, medium, or low? Then check out the following tips:

  • High contrast (darker skin and hair) - wear super dark or black frames because the frames won't 'wear your face', but you can also wear lighter frames and look spectacular.
  • Medium contrast (olive skin and dark hair) - go softer with the frames such as tortoise. Alpha demonstrates.
  • Low contrast (lighter skin and hair) - stay away from black or dark tortoise. Gold and light browns look great. Black frames will wear you rather than you wearing them.


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