Have you ever been in a situation where you ordered a bunch of glasses for yourself with a unique style of frame and a size that was perfectly suitable for your face? In this same hypothetical situation, you end up receiving the mail for these pairs of glasses soon enough and decide to try them on, except there's an issue. Your glasses are completely crooked.
Plastic eye glasses are lightweight and come in several great colors, which is why many people choose plastic frames for glasses. However, sometimes those plastic frames do not fit properly on your face and may need to be adjusted. Most needed adjustments to your plastic glasses frames is due to a poor fit in one of three places.
Everyone knows that sunscreen, long shirts and even umbrellas can play a role in protecting your face and body from the sun’s harmful UV rays—but what about UV protective coating on your glasses? Do you actually need a UV protective coating layer or is this just another thing that companies created to upsell when it is time to buy new glasses? The following guide will help you learn more about UV protective coating and whether or not you need it on your glasses.
Eye glasses are designed to help you see better and for many people wearing glasses all day every day is necessary to their vision and overall eye health. However, occasionally those eye glasses can be uncomfortable and actually hurt your nose or other places on your face. Here are some tips for making your eye glasses more comfortable and stop them from hurting your nose. Here are a few things you need to do to increase the comfort of your eye glasses.
If you have ever been fitted for a pair of glasses, then you know that having the right fit and size is important in order for your glasses to look great, feel great and help improve your vision to the best of their ability. But how do you know what size glasses you wear? Let’s take a closer look at why knowing your glasses size is important and how to find the proper size for your glasses.
Frequent headaches are often a sign that you need to your eyes check to see if you need glasses to correct a problem with your eye sight. Ironically there are also some cases, when wearing your glasses can give you headache as well. Here are some reasons why you may suffer from headaches when wearing your glasses.
There are times when your plastic glasses feel uncomfortable on your nose, even leaving indentions when you wear them for long periods of time. Other times the nose pads fall off or break requiring a new pair of nose pads to make your glasses wearable again.
If you have ever tried on your new prescription glasses, then you already know the age-old dilemma that glasses wearers have been struggling with since the inception of eyeglasses: the adjustment period. Your eyes are not used to your new glasses right away and it will take some time for them to become adjusted; in the meantime, however, your vision can feel a bit strange and you may even feel dizzy and a bit disoriented.
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