Comfort of Glasses
The most important thing when shopping for glasses is comfort. When you choose, you must try it on to see if you feel any discomfort. Whether the glasses can be well put on the upper part of the bridge of the nose, and whether they are light enough and will not cause any burden on the opposite side. In addition, you must see if there is any feeling of dizziness.
What Should You Do If Your Glasses Are Broken?
Adjust the frame by yourself. If your frame is tilted, place your glasses on a flat surface to determine which arm is higher than the other. If the right arm looks raised, you'll need to use pliers to bend the left arm down at the hinge. Or, if the left arm is raised, bend the right arm at the hinge. You can bend your metal-framed arms inward. You can turn the nose pad inward if the glasses slip under your nose. To make the frames more flexible, you can heat them with a hairdryer. If the metal frame has broken into pieces, you may need to take it to a professional. However, if your metal frames just bend, you may be able to repair them by yourself.
Disadvantages of glasses
They can distort vision, especially at the edges of lenses if you have strong prescriptions or astigmatism. Some people have trouble adjusting to progressive lenses. These lenses fog up and splash in the rain. Due to the limitation of the frame itself and the effect of the prism effect in the peripheral part of the glasses, the wearer can see a relatively narrow field of vision.
Standard progressive lenses are multifocal lenses with three observation areas, farsightedness, intermediate vision, and nearsightedness. Unlike bifocals, there are no visible lines between each viewing area. They have a seamless, invisible design, where the optical power changes 'gradually' throughout the lens. Many people confuse 'bifocal' or 'trifocal' with 'progressive' but remember that bifocals and trifocals have visible lines in the lens, while progressive lenses do not. Because progressive lenses have no lines in the lens, they are more popular multifocal lenses than bifocal lenses.
The main observation area of the progressive lens is a far distance, the smaller area at the bottom of the lens is used for myopia, and the middle area in the middle is smaller. Standard progressive glasses are very suitable for general purpose glasses, focusing on hyperopia activities (such as driving and walking) and sufficient area in the lenses for nearsighted activities (such as reading and computer use). The left and right sides or 'convex corners' of the lens are deliberately blurred to achieve an invisible design. The clearest line of sight in the gradual process is from the center to the top of the lens.
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.
BLUPOND night driving glasses
TAC Semi-polarized Blue light goggles are designed to change your perspective to yellow with computer blue light polarization. Anti-glare high-definition vision blue-blocking glasses protect eyes from blue light and reduce the contrast of bright blue/white glare and flash. The anti-glare night glasses limit distortion. In addition to polarized driving glasses, you can receive a night vision glasses accessory set, with the EVA glasses hard case, screwdriver, sunglasses bag, microfiber cleaning cloth, glasses clip, and night driving glasses gift box.
Can lens thickness affect eyeglasses definition?
The lens thickness of myopic glasses will not affect definition, so you can choose the glasses with appropriate degrees according to your own situation. It is recommended to choose the lens with a membrane, which can increase the transmittance and can play the effect of anti-ultraviolet and waterproof functions. The thickness of the lens is related to the refractive index of the material used in the lens. The higher the refractive index of the lens, the thinner it is. The so-called ultra-thin lens is the lens with a high refractive index. From the side view of the lens, there will be a fuzzy color phenomenon. Because the nearsighted lens is a concave lens, and the edge is similar to a prism, which can produce a prism effect. In addition, when you wear glasses, try to choose a smaller frame, so you can avoid the prism effect on the edge of the lens.