Get The Sunglasses That Suit You Best

by Rob Davis Content writer

Like many other great ideas, sunglasses were invented in China and came to Europe with Marco Polo. Initially, they were used to hide eyes and thoughts. Hats and umbrellas to protect against the sun did not participate until the mid-18th century. Sunglasses were already introduced among sun tanners in the early 20th century, and protection and fashion are just as important in the 21st century.


Modern shades can be sold under different names. "Designer sunglasses" have trendy styles, the best quality, and usually the best prices. Fashionable Sunglasses are also great for style, but there is no brand price tag. "Sports sunglasses" are very stylish, but their main purpose is to follow eye protection and function.


When it comes to fashion, you can wear any style, but a particular style emphasizes a particular type of face and creates a fashion statement that everyone hears. However, in the final analysis, there are only two questions about dark tones. Do you like patterns Do they complement your face? If so, these are glasses for you.


Adjust the hue according to the function


Many men love branded accessories, but the truth is that women tend to be more interested in clothing and fashion accessories. Therefore, while the guidelines below primarily refer to women, most of the advice applies to gentlemen as well. When it comes to sunglasses, a particular style is perfect for each of the five basic face shapes. The goal is balance-wear sunglasses that contrast with your face:


Square female / male with strong chin


Summarized by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the 1960s, she wore oversized sunglasses, which still led to the popularization of a style often referred to as Jackie O. For women, a more curvy, rounded, or cat-eye style complements her angular features. Men generally want to have a stronger chin line, so wearing sharp-angled sunglasses will help.


Heart-shaped woman / man with triangular face


Choose a cat-eye frame or sunglasses with rounded edges to balance your wide forehead with your narrow chin. Trendy sunglasses with a wide bottom rim and no straight lines on the top are effective.


Elongated or rectangular face


We recommend using circular or rectangular lenses for oversized frames. Thick-rimmed sunglasses increase the width. Trendy sunglasses with high or deep lenses, textured frames or vintage frames are also suitable.


Round face


Sunglasses should be as unobtrusive as possible on the face with the sharpest curves. Narrow frames, tall temples, and very colorful frames like the classic tortoiseshell pattern also add definition.


Oval face


The gently rounded curves work in almost every look, from discount stores to designers. Sunglasses that cover from the eyebrows to the cheekbones are the best.


The first genuine sunglasses fashion statement was an accident. Just before World War II, aviator-style shades were created for the military, and the glitter of "Ace" included fashion accessories. Even those who can't fly can look good with reflective teardrop sunglasses. Today's Aviator Sunglasses are the perfect accessory for any face, male or female.


Tips for buying sunglasses


Regardless of style, sunglasses should protect your eyesight. Recent advances in science have greatly expanded and protected the understanding of the eye.


The bright light of a cloudless day can be painful and annoying. Therefore, most people wear sunglasses while on the go, especially while driving. On the other side of the spectrum, fog and smoke reduce visibility. The amber lens, which has gained popularity over the last few decades, filters out excess blue light scattered by low clouds, giving drivers a more balanced and clear view of the road. Polarized sunglasses help reduce glare from reflected light.

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