Find the right glasses for your hair colour

The right choice of frame colour can really enhance and complement your features.

Auburn

Try to reflect the warmth of your natural colouring with reddish browns, golds, coppers or tortoiseshell colours. Greens and browns will match the colour of your eyes. We suggest avoiding yellow tones that will have a dulling effect on your red hair.

Blonde

If you are blonde with honey and bronze tones, try lightweight styles in tortoiseshell and amber to mimic your natural colouring. If you have cool, platinum undertones then experiment with pastel colours that complement your hair without overwhelming your face. Avoid dark, heavy styles, cold colours such as blues and greens, and light-coloured metals.

Light brown

Bronze and other warm-coloured metals will complement any red tones in your hair while light tortoiseshell will bring out any ash highlights. Avoid heavy, dark styles, cold colours, or light-coloured metals, which can wash you out.

Dark brown

Go for light coloured metal frames like silver or gunmetal, as well as black or dark tortoiseshell. We suggest avoiding pastels or heavy styles.

Light grey

Try a rich deep colors like cherry red or sea blue - they'll complement your natural hair tone. Metal styles also look great on people with light grey hair. Try to steer away from yellow or brown tones that can have a dulling effect on your light grey hair.

Dark grey

Bright coloured frames in metal or plastic really suit people with dark grey hair, so have some fun! We would avoid any frames that are too dark and heavy.

Black

Black hair means you'll look great in any dark colour, from black to gunmetal and dark green, especially in frames that have a simple shape. Avoid pale colours as they may appear washed out against your dark hair.