Do clear frames look strange?
Translucent colored sunglasses
Sometimes we opt for sunglasses to hide gaunt dark circles and no-makeup eyes, and when we want to wear sunglasses with delicate makeup, the translucent texture seems to be the best choice. The translucent shades that were on show this year were more colorful, like another layer of eye shadow. You can instantly choose from a wider range of colored sunglasses, which can be paired with a variety of colors according to your style and come with a retro filter effect.
Clear sunglasses with metal edges
Metal-rimmed glasses themselves come with metal highlights, showing the super texture. If paired with heavy eye makeup at this point, it will make the overall makeup look particularly complicated and not neat. The simple sense makeup effect that it presents can solve the problem of the "obvious weight" of metal-rimmed glasses.
Colored Clear sunglasses
The glasses style is distinctive, with an exaggerated outer edge and blue clear design. They show youth breath. The small eyebrow on the glasses side that shows faintly lets the whole look more stereoscopic. Relative to other colorless clear sunglasses, color clear glasses convey a strong youth breath. It is all color design that greatly enriched the color part of the overall image.
Geometric Clear sunglasses
The geometric shape of sunglasses is really novel, with the front and back of the two layers of design, to add a rich sense of line to the cheek. Choose individual character dyed-in pick eyebrow, matching again super short hair, individual and fashionable.
Wide-rimmed Clear sunglasses
Wide-rimmed Clear glasses cover almost the most area of your cheeks, even covering almost half of your cheeks.
Conservatoire Light gray clear frame sunglasses
Conservatoire International De Lunettes, founded in 2013 in Italy, specializes in fashion and retro glasses and sunglasses. Starting from the classic glasses of the past, new research results, photography, film, and retro elements are integrated into the design of glasses. These shapes may have been used by a classic character, or they may have been historical design elements, modernizing them to create a sense of fashion.