Size of the glasses frame
Children's glasses should have enough field of vision. Because children have different kinds of activities, try not to choose frames that will produce shadows and blind corners. If the frame is too small, the field of view will be smaller. If the frame is too big, it will be easy to wear instability, and weight will increase. So the frames for children should be moderate in size.
Choose frames according to the face shape
For example, children with round faces should not choose too round frames, while children with long faces should not choose too long frames (the two rules apply to wearers of all ages). Choose the shape of the frame to beautify the face shape. It can be the primary judgment criteria.
Glasses frame material
Children with glasses can choose a soft silicone material frame. Soft silicone is light to wear and soft at the same time. It is comfortable and does not break easily. The child is young and still in the stage of development, so consider comfort when choosing the frame. A light frame is more comfortable, such as a titanium frame, TR plate, silicone. Or the glasses should be matched according to the child's face shape and pupil distance.
How to choose frames?
Of course, the best way is to try it on many times. The visual effect is more direct and reliable than trying on. Spend more time and you can find your own style suitable for you.
In addition, where comfort and aesthetics permit, choose the size as large as possible so that the view will be larger. However, there are some optometric parameters that limit the selection of frames. For example, if the pupil distance is very small, choose a size that is too large is not suitable. Try not to choose the product with spray paint on the surface, because durable time is shorter.
You should pay special attention to that TR, plastic steel, stainless steel, wood, β titanium glasses temple may not be adjusted. When trying on, it should be noted that the weight of the lens has not been added to the trying frame, to avoid the problem of discomfort (such as an easy slip of the frame) found after the preparation.