Types of Glasses to Choose From
Previously sunglasses were used to get protection from the sun, but nowadays it has become a trend and every person who goes out of their house boasts with them. In the olden days sunglasses were big, round or square heavy framed things.
Previously sunglasses were used to get protection from the sun, but nowadays it has become a trend and every person who goes out of their house boasts with them. In the olden days sunglasses were big, round or square heavy framed things. But as time passed, things changed a lot. Nowadays lightweight, trendy, good looking glasses are available. These also come in various colors and sizes. For both men and women lots of options are available. The different frames are also there like wooden, plastic, polymeric, glass, scissors glasses etc. Lenses also come with variety as simple glass, gradient lenses, tinted lenses, top and light bottom lenses, double gradient lenses which are dark on the upper half side and light on the lower half side, mirrored lenses, etc. The other things which are considered are light, medium dark and very dark colors according to the requirement. Lightweight, optical coated, resistant to breakage material is used in glasses.
Glasses can be used for sun protection as well as for style using trendy options.
Retro glasses: As the name suggests these are old style glasses which were used very commonly during the 80s and 90s in the world. They were generally round, or square and heavy to wear. They were generally used to hide the identity of an individual.
Cat Eye glasses: In these types of glasses, pointed ends were used that looked like cat eyes and they were very common in females. They are quite lightweight and come with an option to add artificial decoration to enhance their beauty.
Mirror aviator sunglasses: they are the older designs as they were designed for pilots, but still today this is the first choice of customers.
Wayfarer’s glasses: These are small-sized, trendy, lightweight glasses made by many leading companies. The quality of plastic is good and they are very easily handled while being very durable.
Polarized Sunglasses: These are very commonly used to block the sunlight to come in contact with the eye. It is a good option for those who work near or on sea, water, snow or ice. These glasses usually do not get deformed or damaged. These are also ideal to wear while being out for a drive in bright sunny days.
Prescription glasses: These are generally prescribed by opticians or eye specialists. These help control visual impairments and give protection against UV rays and dirt. Their frame quality is good and different shades are available at reasonable rates. The only thing is they are a little expensive which depends on the selection of lenses and frames (those are called brillestel in Denmark). They are mirror glasses as they will also help solve the problem with vision. While driving vehicles, playing games, readings these are much easier to handle with minimum problems to the eyes.
While choosing sunglasses one should be very careful to choose lenses and frames that suit the requirements and facial elements. There are certain types that suit a particular facial structure therefore it is vital to take others’ opinion at the time of shopping.