What Should Be Considered When Buying Blue Light Glasses?
Be wary of “eye protection” claims. Some businesses advocate their anti-blue light products how miraculous.
Do not try the lens from the unknown lens manufacturer or lens factory. A professional lens factory needs more than ten years or even decades of accumulation, so do not be blinded by dazzling pictures and brand image.
Disadvantages of carbon fiber glasses frames
One disadvantage of carbon fiber materials is that they are more brittle, so spectacle frames will break after being bent to a certain extent, which is not as tough as metal. Carbon fiber materials are more complex to process, so carbon fiber spectacle frames are better than conventional spectacle frames. Also, it is much more expensive. If there are too cheap ones, you need to carefully consider its authenticity. In addition, the carbon fiber spectacle frames are difficult to repair once damaged.
At present, carbon fiber material has been used by many high-end eyewear brands, which shows that it has a very good effect on the improvement of product quality. The popularization of carbon fiber as an excellent material in daily necessities has a positive effect on the improvement of people's quality of life.
What frames can you choose?
According to its style, the spectacle frame can be divided into full frame, half frame, no frame, and eyebrow frame, combination frame, etc. They each have their own characteristics, but have their own loyal fans, and give users more choice. It is recommended that consumers who like broad vision and light frames choose rimless or half-frame glasses. The young and fashionable people choose the ever-changing full-frame frames. There are also people who like ornamented frames, such as print flow pattern small carving, and so on, and these details on the treatment of different styles of glasses frames have the icing on the cake.
How to Choose Glasses for Long Face?
Bold shapes and eyeglasses with decorative details are also a smart choice since they help draw attention to your eyes and can add width to your face. Be sure to avoid narrow or rectangular shapes, which can make your face appear longer.
Square glasses: if you have a long face, you can try square glasses whose sharper corners can help to balance out the length of your face and complement your narrow features. Choose frames that are slightly wider than your cheekbones to make your face appear broader.
Two-toned glasses: if you have a long face shape, the two-toned glasses would be a good choice. The color-top frames create an optical illusion that draws focus upward toward your eyes rather than to the length of your face.
Do not wear blue light blocking glasses for a long time.
Blue light from the screen of electronic products directly enters our eyes. It has high energy and is close to our eyes, so it is more harmful to our eyes. This is why we should prevent electronic products. From the original intention of the blue light glasses, blue light glasses are for us to wear when using electronic products, not all day long. Therefore, if your child is not using electronic devices, it is recommended not to wear blue light glasses.
Geek 111 Glasses
The Geek111 is a unique, yet timeless frame containing decorative metal plaques. The metallic trim makes it a stylish combination, and for this frame, there are several different colors to choose from, including black, brown, and gray. They can easily add anti-reflective coating and/or different lens colors so you can be more confident when driving at night.
TR90 spectacle frame
TR90 is a composite super-elastic resin material first invented by Koreans and used in the manufacture of glasses. Its characteristics are lightweight, excellent flexibility, and slightly lighter than pure titanium. After this material is being made into a finished product, it is non-adjustable. The application is basically injection molding. Koreans are the first to apply to glasses production, which has been popular for a few years, and then popular in the Japanese market. Now it is basically mass-produced in China. The high-end high-quality TR90 spectacle frames are produced in Shenzhen, and the low-end low-quality ones are in Wenzhou because they are much cheaper.