How to Find Ideal Eyeglasses?

When choosing eyeglasses it is important to pay attention to shape of the face and color of frames in order to harmonize them perfectly with the face…

Many people who have vision problems wearing glasses considered ugly and unattractive. However, the time of scarce choice of glasses is long behind us. In the early beginning frames looked bulky, ‘nerdy’ and were quite a lot heavier than the ones offered by opticians today.
So, if you have finally encouraged yourself to visit ophthalmologist who has explained you that you must wear glasses, do not hesitate and do not push the prescription to the bottom of your working table drawer, but prepare yourself for a tour of shop windows in order to find ideal eyeglasses.
When you purchase don’t insist on the exclusivity of the model, but careful look around for the frame that must be made of strong but lightweight material.
Sunglasses are bought by most of the women with regard to trends, but the same rule doesn’t apply for prescription glasses. In this case, the trend is not tremendously important; the rule is that the frames must look beautiful and harmonious on your face.

People with lighter complexion best suit frames with softer colors

It is important to pay attention to the complexion of the face. Namely, people with light complexion generally do not fit colorless or black glasses; purple, bluish and red frames are the ones for them. Persons who like to inflict a large amount of makeup should definitely avoid buying colorless or lighter frames.
People who have a narrow face best fit square or ‘cats’ eyeglasses, but often most other forms of frames are convenient for them. If you have a narrow face, make sure that the frames are not wider than necessary. People with oval shape of the face suit rectangular glasses, and it is very important that places where is glass don’t touch the cheek and are not carved into temporal lobe.
On rectangular faces with accentuated jaw, square glasses are the one that look best, but also those that have thickened upper edge.

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