How to Keep Glasses from Slipping
As for how to prevent glasses to slide down your nose, you can wear your glasses with a combination of material flexibility and friction. At the same time, you can also try some hacks or use some accessories to keep your glasses from slipping down your nose.
To stop glasses from slipping down nose, you can use eyewear bands. These bands will prevent your glasses from marking them safe on your nose. The eyewear bands are great for stylish eyeglasses, reading glasses and wooden sunglasses. The length of the bands is adjustable to fit your head and neck.
To prevent glasses from sliding down your nose, you can choose to tighten your frame. You can ask the optician at the local optical store for help. However, after a while, the glasses will become loose and start to slide down again. So, you need to try tightening the frame again.
Eye Shadow Primer
As for how to keep glasses from slipping, you can use the eye shadow primer. You may feel strange when hearing the eye shadow primer trick. It is a popular one. Using the eye shadow primer on the bridge of your nose, especially where the nose pads come in touch, will prevent any slips. But this way also comes with some inconvenience because it requires you to do that every day.
To stop glasses from slipping down nose, you can use some glasses accessories, such as glasses cords and chains. With them, not only do they help your eyewear stay still, but you won’t have the risk of them. The glasses chain helps you to put hen on and off whenever you need them and stop your nose from slipping from your nose.
Blue light in electronic products
In addition to the blue light that exists in natural light, LED energy-saving lamps, fluorescent lamps, computer monitors, mobile phones, and other digital products will emit blue light because of the use of light-emitting diode LED technology. Some people think that blue light hurts the eyes because blue light is not absorbed by the cornea and lens like ultraviolet light. The blue light can pass through the refractive medium of the eye to reach the retina, and then be absorbed by the pigment epithelium of the retina, which will cause aging and functional degradation of the retina over time.
The eyes also have many protection mechanisms, such as squinting, pupil contraction, lutein contained in the macula of the retina, and the retina's own antioxidant repair mechanism, which protect our eyes from blue light damage. And after scientific testing, it is found that the blue light emitted by electronic products is only several hundredths of the intensity of blue light in natural light. This means that as long as the electronic products are not used continuously every day (for example, more than 8-10 hours a day), the blue light will not cause obvious damage to the eyes.
When were the first glasses invented?
No one knows when the first pair of glasses were invented, but we do know that the grinding techniques for making simple magnifying glasses have been around since 1000 AD, especially in regions where glasses were already produced (including northern Italy). The earliest artwork of glasses appears in the Treviso Cathedral fresco painted by Tommaso de Modena in 1352. There is reliable evidence that eyeglasses were invented in Italy in the late 13th century. The first pair we think of as eyeglasses appeared in Italian pizza in the late 12th century and looked more like two small magnifying glasses (made of raised glass) riveted together at the top of the handle. In 1266, The English Franciscan Monk Roger Bacon wrote about the scientific principles of corrective lenses, but there is no evidence that he applied this knowledge to the manufacture of eyeglasses.
Disadvantages of Plastic Frames
The disadvantage of injection molding material is that most of them have surface spray paint processing. They are not wear-resistant, easy to fade, easy to peel off the paint layer. PC material comfort is poor, and durability is not good. The frames cannot be changed to suit different face shapes. Because of its good elasticity, TR material can not be changed, which means that poorly made lenses are easy to fit into the frame. Plate material is hard, if the change is not appropriate, it will be not comfortable. Acidic material can not match the lens made of PC material, which will cause the lens to crack.
Note the ratio of the lens to the face.
Usually, the vertical length of the lens of longer glasses can have a visual effect of reducing the proportion of the face. In addition, in the selection of the glasses, you should pay attention to the distance between the end of the eye and the glasses so the best ratio is that the eye is in the middle of the glasses.
Large frame glasses
This year, glasses with large frames are popular, or glasses with wide edges are good-looking. The design inspiration of many series comes from the classic design. The rectangular frame shines brilliantly, but the angular line is softer. Many frames are made of synthetic fiber materials with excellent sculpture effect and wide application range, which has become mainstream.
Choose clear glasses with the right size for kids.
The choice of children's glasses should be based on the size of the child's face and the height of the nose. Most of the bridge of your child's nose is low, so you can choose an adjustable eyewear frame with a separate nose pad to avoid touching your eyelashes or wearing the glasses uncomfortably. If the frame is too small, the field of view will become smaller. The frame is too large, they are not stable, and the weight will increase. So children with glasses frame should be moderate in size.