Low Bridge Fit frames are crafted for those with low nose bridges (if the bridge of your nose sits level with or below the pupils), wide faces, and/or high cheekbones. And they're available in some of our favorite styles.
Why do you need low bridge glasses?
The glasses always slide in front of the nose. No one wants to keep putting their glasses back in place, especially in a conversation. Your glasses will slide down your nose, in other words, they won't sit on the bridge of your nose, and the frames will hit your cheeks, which may give you a cheek rash. The glasses move when you smile or laugh. The lenses rub against your eyes/eyelashes.
Who should wear low bridge glasses?
According to the website of the American Optical Association, low-bridge glasses are for people with a low bridge of the nose (when your nose is at or below the pupil level), a wide face, or high cheekbones. This pair of glasses fit anyone with a low nose. If you have a tall bridge, it's great to have a bridge near the eyebrow line. If you have a low bridge of the nose, a more curved brow or a lower bridge of the nose frame is a better choice. Because the dimensions of the bridge are measured from the inside of the frame, a thick-sided frame with the same bridge dimensions and a very thin frame will not fit. It may actually be too small. Because it allows for extra edges.
What should be noticed about low bridge glasses?
At the same time, the weight of your frame should be evenly distributed across the bridge of your nose or on the nose pad of the frame. If the bridge sinks into your nose, either your nose pad needs to be adjusted better, or you need to find a frame with a wider bridge. In addition, the temple or handle of the glasses should be long enough to fit close to the ear. You should be able to move your head without slipping or slipping off your glasses. In short, for those with a lower nose, a triple match requires that the nose chassis have a thicker or adjustable nose pad, a narrower nose bridge, a wider nose bridge, and a shorter lens. If you have bought a plastic frame in the past or present, you should be able to find the size of your bridge on your current frame. Traditionally, the middle number corresponds to the measurement of the bridge. It is important to look at the position of the bridge on the frame.