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How To Choose The Right Glasses For You

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Finding a pair of glasses that suit you is a struggle at the best of times, let alone if you are placed in front of hundreds of frames at one time or if you are doing it on an online website such as here. With this guide, you will choose the right glasses to suit you and your personality. 

What shape of glasses do I need?

 With the endless designs of glasses out there on the market, it can be overwhelming to choose the right design to suit your face. The best way to find the perfect frame shape is to ensure it compliments your face shape. Square-shaped looks work with more of a soft round frame; oval and round faces should opt for square, rectangular frames, and heart-shaped faces should have a rimless or a smooth, thin rim as this will compliment you and your features best. 

What color glasses suit me?

 If you are struggling with what color to opt for, then looking through your wardrobe can help decide the colors and shades you wear daily. Once you have these colors, you can either pick colors, neutral shades such as black, white, and grey or you could even choose the color which is opposite on the color wheel to compliment your overall look. 

If you do not want to draw attention to your glasses, then a rimless or half-rimmed pair of glasses will make them less noticeable when someone looks at you. Choosing the right color can be quite a fashion statement. 

Extra additions for glasses to remember. 

Not many people realize, but some of the extra additions you choose your glasses to have could affect your glasses and lenses' overall look. Coatings such as Anti-glare put a blue look on the lenses when the sun or light hits the lens. It is not very noticeable, but some people find it off-putting when talking to people, as they will sometimes mention it. Another extra addition to taking note off is having a bifocal. 

Sometimes it's not always brought to your attention that your lens will have a line allowing the lens in line with your lower lash line. The overall aesthetic is typical, but the line will be visible. Ensure your glasses fit properly and allow for the adjustments they need as if you pick frames that are too big or small, they may need a lot of adjustments that can sometimes affect the overall look of your glasses. 

Hopefully, with this guide, you will be able to pick a pair of glasses that will suit your face shape by choosing a frame that compliments your features. Your glasses' color can make a massive difference in brightening your face and can make you look more awake and add to your personality. 

 When you pick your frame, keep an eye out to see if the overall fitting of the structure is suitable for your face; otherwise, it could require a severe amount of adjustments, including cutting the arms shorter that could potentially make the frame look different on you.
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