During the holidays, glasses become one thing that should not be forgotten. In addition to adding value to the beauty, of course, this stuff server to protect the eyes from exposure to sunlight. For those of you who are confused about choosing this stuff, the following tips for choosing eyewear for the holidays:
Glasses UV Protection
Ultraviolet rays of the sun will damage the eyes if exposed to the eyes. Choose glasses labeled UV 400 or 100 percent UV protection.
Type of Lens
Usually, we use two types of spectacles lenses. First, UV protection lenses and both polarized lenses. Uv protection lenses are eyeglass lenses that can protect the eyes from ultraviolet rays. However, the colors seen from these glasses will be slightly distorted. Polarized lenses are useful lenses to reduce glare from light reflections from objects such as water, roads, and other flat objects. Polarized lens already has UV protection feature.
If going on vacation to the beach, mountains or outdoors suggests using glasses with polarized lenses. Because the polarized lens does not change the color of objects that are visible through this stuff.
The shape of the face will certainly affect the selection of lens shapes. There are some tips you can do if you have a round or oval face. The oval-shaped face can wear any kind of shape. Meanwhile, if you have a round face, he mentioned to avoid the use of a round lens shape and use a box shape. Meanwhile, if you have a box face shape, you can choose the shape of a round lens like cat eyes (cat eyes) or aviator.
Type of Eyeglasses
Eyeglasses can be a consideration before buying. There are some materials or materials such as glass, or-39, and polycarbonate. Glass material tends to be anti gores but usually will make the face uncomfortable because of heavy and also prone to break if fallen.
When going to buy glasses, note the eye condition. Look at your eye ability whether the ability of the eyes that have decreased such as nearsightedness, close, or old. It will affect the selection of your glasses lens.