Do you need a pair of glasses? Maybe it's your first pair and you are feeling a bit apprehensive about the type of glasses that you should choose. Choosing the right glasses becomes easier when you know what you should be looking for. Here are some tips that will help you.
The Shape of Your Face is Important
The number one secret to selecting the right pair of glasses is determining the shape of your face. You may be wondering how you can find the shape of your face. You can do this by looking in a mirror and using a dry erase marker to outline your face. There are at least six shapes that your face can have. They are as follows:
Just about any style of glasses will look good on an oval face. If you have a heart-shaped face choose glasses that are thicker at the top. This will take the focus off your small chin. Diamond-shaped, round, and long faces look good in round frames. Rectangular faces look great in oval-shaped glasses.
Choose Colors that Fit Your Skin Tone
You probably have a few ideas about the colors that you look great in already. This is a good foundation to build on when it comes to choosing the color of your glasses. If you have a cool skin tone then gray, black, or blue will look great on you. If you have a warm skin tone then you will look, good in, pink, red, and brown. However, feel free to step out of your comfort zone and try many colors. In the end, it's all about your personality.
Your Lifestyle Should Impact your Selection
If you work in an industry where you are physically active such as construction, your glasses should be more sturdy and durable than someone who works in an office. The most important consideration is whether or not the glasses fit firmly on the bridge of your nose. If they don't then you should select another pair.
If you are about to select a pair of glasses you must get one that not only makes seeing easier but also looks great on you. The best way to do this is to select the right shape for your face, skin tone, and lifestyle. Use the tips above, as well as visit an eye care center to assist you with making the right decision.Share
28 April 2020
How do you know when you need to get glasses for reading? As we get older, our eyes don't work as well as they once did. I squinted and adjusted my newspaper to make up for my failing eyesight but it wasn't enough after a while. I have talked with my eye doctor about the signs of failing eye sight and what can be done to put it off a bit. Between what my eye doctor has taught me and what I have read in books and online, I have gathered quite a bit of information about protecting your vision and seeing clearly long into your older years.