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Eye Glass Frames - Tips to choose the best frame

BY: Deena David | Category: Shopping | Post Date: 2010-01-28

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The eye glasses are part of many of our life and for each person who has to wear glasses, there comes a time when it is compulsory to use them in order to correct the eyesight. Many people who have to wear eye glasses do so as a fashion statement or just as sunglasses. In the last decade the use of glasses were a sign of intellectual work, the ageing of a person, of experience. It was also considered to be a symbol of the nerds.

Over time, due to modern design, people began to wear them not only for necessity but also as a fashion accessory. In fact, many people these days wear eye glasses with the combined effect of increasing vision and also as a fashion accessory. If you need to wear eyeglasses, then the frame of the glass plays an important role in making a person ‘look good' or ‘look bad'. It is necessary to know that they are an important part in your appearance and so the choice of form, style and color of the eye glasses becomes crucial.

This has necessitated for people to be able to choose the right eye glasses and the following ideas will help you to be able to choose the right frame and glass for your eyes.

How to choose the right type of frames?

· The upper part of frame must not exceed your eyebrows.

This is one of the important aspects of selecting the right frame for your eyes. This is because the person will look as if they have double eyebrows, if they wear a frame that extends beyond the eyebrows.

· Frame should be as close to the eyebrows, or slightly below.

This will make the features of the eye to be more prominent and make the person look good in the frame. The eyebrows can be seen above the glasses and this adds beauty to the person's features.

· Extremes of your frames:

These should not exceed the margins of the face. This is because the frame will fit correctly and sits snugly on your face, only if your frames extremes are in the right position.

· The bottom of the frame:

The bottom part of the frame should not hang or sit on your cheeks. This will create an impression that the eye is not well fixed and "floating" above the lens. Many people look above their eye glasses, mainly because their frames are not perfect. The frame slowly moves below their eyes and they have to constantly adjust their frames to make them sit in the right position. As time goes by, they just leave it as it is and look over the glasses.

· You facial bones:

The frame and the eye glasses should be correlated with your stature and bone structure. This varies from person to person and so the selection of the frame should be dependant on these features for the frame to be just right for you.

A person taking these into consideration while buying the eye glass frame will be able to make the right choice.

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