Of course you want a hairstyle that matches your glasses and vice-versa. The good news is that there are glasses to suit virtually every hairstyle, but you should still make sure that your hair and frames work well together. Frames can complement every hairstyle, from short to shoulder-length and longer.
A straight bob paired with John Lennon glasses – that doesn't work so well. Wavy hair goes better with circular frames. But if your hair is really curly, then you might want to think twice about these frames. The reason: a thick mop of curly hair would draw attention away from your face. There is one exception, though. If your hair is short, then you can combine it with glasses of any shape.
Generally, slightly wavy hair looks great with any frame style, no matter how long it is. However, this doesn't apply to bangs. Long, straight bangs hide the wearer's face and can cover up much of the frames. Better to opt for a loose, flowing fringe which falls diagonally over your face.
The right look for any occasion: the ponytail. You can wear it any way you like to reflect how you're feeling.
But here's something to keep in mind: if you're dyeing your hair or getting highlights, make sure the color coordinates with your frames.