In the previous article, we discussed “What do bifocal reading glasses mean?”. In this article, let’s talk about “How do you tell if glasses are too big for your face?”.
Look at the width of the frame.
The width of the frame is inextricably linked to the position of the pupils, and the width of the frame (that is, the total width) is barely larger than your cheekbones. If you can fit more than one finger between your arm and your temple, the frame is too wide. On the other hand, if the arm is in contact with your temple, the frame is too narrow. An improper frame will inevitably affect the position of your pupils in each lens.
Look at the length of the arm.
The arm should extend straight to the ear, touching only the side of the head, just in front of the ear. The arm should not be bent too early. Not only does this make the glasses look unusual because they don't fit, but it can make people feel uncomfortable. Extra stress can be put on the bridge, which can lead to headaches and other problems.
Choose glasses based on your face size.
If the head is small, a smaller, more refined frame is recommended. If it's an average head, you may have the freedom to wear any frame. Face shape will play a role in this. If you have a large head, consider the opposite perspective from a smaller one. If the glasses are too small, the face will look bigger in comparison.
Adjust the frame.
If the glasses sit in the wrong position or are comfortable on the face, and if the glasses sit too low or too high, you may need to adjust the frames. While it's true that a frame that doesn't fit can cause uncomfortable feelings, a frame that doesn't fit you can cause eye strain. That's why your frames are regularly adjusted, by an optometrist or optical dispenser, to keep the proper shape.
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