At present, there are two prescriptions for reading glasses. One is to adjust the power of glasses with clear objects at close range, plus 1/3 of the power for adjustment. The other is to use low power that can see close objects clearly. The practice of many elderly people has proved that the latter one is better between two methods.
What Is Blue Light Glasses?
Blue light glasses are designed to absorb excess blue light from the many kinds of digital screens in our home and the office spaces. Blue light glasses is becoming more and more popular because it can protect the eyes from the invisible but harmful blue light projected by digital screens. With them, you can enjoy a life with less eye strain and a healthier sleep cycle.
With so many advantages, you may ask whether I can wear blue light glasses all the time. The following part shows some information.
Foster Grant's Modera series wouldn't be complete without our Larsa reading glasses. A creamy caramel rectangular frame wrapped in delicate animal motifs in gold and brown looks chic. The spring-hinged temple is comfortable and suitable for all-day wear. Each comes with a protective case that you can use on your travels.
How to repair rimless glasses?
First, insert the wire into a small hole in the glasses near the bridge. Pass it in and out near the bridge, then repeat the process on the other side near the temple. Once you have the thread locked, you can place the lens. Insert it into the frame and place the wire in the built-in groove. Tighten the wire so it holds the lens perfectly, then trim it to the left. Reinsert the lens into the rimless glasses. Do not try to force it back in. The best way is to cut the wires completely and replace them with new ones. Use the same process as replacing wires. To prevent glasses from popping out, tighten the wires regularly.
How to Test Blue Light Glasses (Amber and Red Lenses)
This section will show you how to test blue light glasses with amber or red lenses.
1. The Black and Blue Squares Test
1. Prepare black and blue paper.
2. Wear your blue light glasses after sunset and check whether both paper appear black.
3. If they do not appear black, your blue light glasses can’t block all blue light.
2. RGB Color Chart Test
1. Prepare an RGB color chart as follows.
2. Wear your blue light block glasses and look at the chart.
3. After wearing blue light blocking glasses, if the B section becomes black and the G section becomes darken, it shows that your blue light glasses block blue light and some filter some green light.
4. The less bright the green circle with your blue light glasses, the better they are.
Besides the above ways, you can ask the professional optician to perform a professional blue light glasses test, which would be more reliable. After that, you can know whether your glasses work effectively to block blue light.
What’s more, if you want to purchase a pair of effective blue light blocking glasses, you can try Koalaeye Optical. It is cheap and provides free shipping services.
Polygonal metal frame
The metallic frame that is full of contemporary and retro feeling still did not end curtain. Stylish people like to use it to match modeling nowadays.
Vintage oval frames
It's a pair of glasses with a retro, '90s-like frame feels that's very popular with hipsters. They are retro with a little cool cute.
The cat-eye style
The cat-eye style can be seen in the changing history of eyewear trends as far back as the 1940s. Flying nifty cat-eye has been unable to show the stage. But times have changed, and the styles of cat-eye have become more varied. Some brands provide multiple types of cat-eye glasses, showing different atmospheres and domineering.
The first inventor of wearable glasses is not known. However, it was the Romans who first discovered the use of glass to enhance their ability to see small words, creating small magnifying glasses with spheres. The first known wearable glasses in history appeared in Italy in the 13th century. They were used mainly by monks, and became popular little by little during the Renaissance, as the technology improved. As their popularity grew, the Italian glasses spread throughout Europe, mostly within reach of the wealthy. Because learning was a prized attribute during the Renaissance, glasses were a status symbol of wisdom and prosperity. With the temple extending above the ear, the glasses are no longer required by hand.