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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Information of Sunglasses For Face Type

Round:

If you have a round face (a full face with a round hairline and chin), your goal is to find a sunglasses frame that will help to elongate it. Look for frames that are equal to or just slightly wider than the broadest part of your face. Square-ish or angular frames can help to give you a longer, leaner profile. Avoid very round frames. An additional accessory that can help lengthen your face is a fedora or panama hat.

Square:

A square face shape (a strong, square jaw line and a square hairline) can be softened with the right pair of sunglasses. Look for frames with a curve on the lower part, and a frame that is thicker on the top than on the bottom. The frame should, ideally, be wider than the widest part of your face. Avoid rectangular shaped frames, as this will make it look wider. Frames with a light pattern, such as tortoise shell, can help to add subtle curved lines. Another accessory that can help to compliment a strong square shaped face is tie in a classic Windsor tie knot.A bowler hat can also help to add a bit of roundness to your look.

Oval:

If you have an oval face, this means that the shape is very nice and balanced. You can get away with most sunglasses shapes and styles, but your goal should be to maintain the symmetry of your face. You can wear round, square, or rectangular shapes. Look for frames that are at least as wide as the broadest part of your face. If your ears are more prominent, try adding a gambler hat or a wide-brimmed fedora to your accessories wardrobe.

Oblong:

A face that is either long and narrow or rectangular can benefit from a sunglasses style that will make it appear a little bit fuller. Look for frames that will create visual interest at the sides of your face, such as ones with decorative or contrasting color temples. Avoid frames that have too much weight on the bottom, or where the frame is thicker on the bottom than on the top. If you are oblong, avoid wearing vertical lines close to your face. Look for a hat such as a fedora or derby with a wide band in a contrasting color, which will make your face appear shorter.

Heart shaped or triangular:

If your face is triangular or heart shaped, meaning that your face is widest at the forehead and narrowest at the jaw, you should select frames that add balance to the lower half. Frames with a straight top line, such as classic aviators, are a good choice. Rectangular frames are also a nice choice. Look for complimentary accessories that accent your cheekbones, such as a fedora, bowler hat, or panama hat. A skinny tie can also help elongate the face by drawing the eye up and down.

Ways To Buy Sunglasses

Polarization

Many people think that light travels in a straight line. The fact is that light bounces from one surface to another and cause glare from a number of elements such as glass, green grass, water and white sand. When you buy glasses with polarized lenses, you permit only vertical rays to pass through them which reduces glare.

Color

Sunglasses come in various colors. Although the color of the glasses does not have to do anything with polarization, they do have an effect on clarity, depth perception and glare. These days, most glasses come with grey lenses which are a neutral color and do not distort color. Other colors which are available include red, brown, green, yellow and orange. The color of lenses that you have chosen should be considered carefully. Make sure that when you wear them in sunlight, you are comfortable with it and that it does not distort color and increase glare on the glasses.

Protection against Ultra Violet Light

UV rays emitted from the sun can be harmful for the eyes. They can cause macular degeneration, cataracts and other type of ailments. Fortunately, 99% of these rays do not even reach the surface of the earth, but that remaining 1% can cause a lot of damage. If you go out in the sunlight often, it is important that you buy a pair of sunglasses which blocks UV lights. These days, good brands of sunglasses come with UV protection and these are a great choice for all those who are worried about their eye health.

All about Wood and Bamboo Sunglasses

When it comes to selecting sunglasses made with wood or bamboo, you are not limited to the type of sunglasses you want. Just as other materials used for making sunglasses, wood and bamboo come in a variety of styles, shapes, sizes, and colors. No matter the type of sunglasses you are looking for, concerning shapes, you will find them. Be it round, square, straight edged you will find them all. Some of the sunglass collections available include the Cardiff, Alpine, the Sierra, Trinity, and the Dakota.

Regardless of which of these styles of sunglasses you choose from, you will also get to select the type of wood used, the colors of the wood, and what type of design elements they have. A number of wood and bamboo sunglasses come with designer logos on the sides of them, or other accents.

Traditionally with standard sunglasses, if you select a color or a material you can count on getting it throughout the chosen sunglasses frame. When you opt to go with sunglasses that are made from wood or bamboo, you are going to get a tremendous variety in the color pattern. The grains of the wood will vary. Another unique quality related to these wooden sunglasses is that the more exposure they get to the sun, the greater the possibility that there will be a natural changes to the colors of the wood.

Wood and bamboo sunglasses are a great option for the wearer of sunglasses that wants something that is eco-friendly, yet still comes in a broad range of designs, colors, and shapes. With a number of different types of wood materials to choose from, and bamboo options that can be dyed in an assortment of colors, you do not have to lack in style and flair when making your selection. For quality and style, check out the latest in bamboo and wood sunglasses.

About Many Shapes of Sunglasses

The hipster trend has taken many styles of generations past and created an entire fashion sense accordingly; this genre is slowly taking over the fashion world. The three main subcategories for the geek chic style consist of the most typically seen: wayfarer frames, cateye frames, and perfectly round sunglasses frames. The thick plastic wayfarer style frames were the first to take off, and can now be seen just about everywhere; and they are just as cool whether made as eyeglasses or sunglasses! Cateye styled frames are usually directed more toward the female population, and add a little extra sass to your look! The perfectly round sunglasses (and eyeglasses) frames resemble John Lennon’s look quite a lot, and that style has sure made a comeback!

The rest of the styles of sunglasses come in the form of all: classic styles! While this category can be broken down even more, we’ve taken the three biggest subsections to try and help you decipher what style looks best on you! These three styles and shapes include the strict and serious aviators, large bug-type sunglasses, and classic sports shades! The aviator shades took off a few years ago, and while they’ve always been pretty in-style with police officers, were readily available for just about everyone in any age. This classic look isn’t going out without a fight, and are still just as cool! Most of the larger bug looking frames were also taken from past generations’ styles; while they are more directed to women, there are certainly large, thick plastic frames for men as well! Lastly, sports sunglasses actually can come in all different shapes and styles; however typically they all have the same general look. On top of their style, they typically offer more durability than other types of sunglasses.