The eyeglasses guide part 2

Men’s Frames Guide: Which Type of Glasses Look Best on Your Face?

The eyeglasses guide part 2

Like sunglasses, glasses can have a powerful effect on your style statement.

Good things about eyeglasses, number 2:

Eyeglasses are finally more affordable. With low-cost online eyeglass retailers lining up to take your business where there were once only high-cost, cumbersome optical stores, you can now easily find and afford more than one pair, if you want and quality materials are making a comeback. Since glasses are now more about fashion than function, more retailers are offering materials other than basic plastic and metal.

Good things about eyeglasses, number 3:

You do not need a prescription to wear them. If you like the look of glasses but do not need them or hate to wear anything but contacts, that is not a problem. Many brands now offer the option of ordering frames with non-corrective polycarbonate lenses, so only you will know. Another good thing about them is that they add maturity to young faces and youth to mature faces. By pairing mature frames with youthful faces and vice versa, you can change the impression of your age.

Good things about eyeglasses, number 4:

Glasses make you look smart. It is not just a stereotype, it is actually been scientifically proven. According to psychology, glasses make the wearer appear more intelligent, honest and trustworthy, in addition to reducing your threat level and associating you with a higher social class. If you are looking to get ahead at the office, getting glasses may just help.

Eyeglasses construction, number 1:

Eyeglasses are constructed of several parts. Depending on the frame style, eyeglasses are typically constructed of a pair of rims that secure the lenses, a bridge which connects the two lenses, nose pads, and the temples, which extend over the ears. Modern-day glasses are constructed from many materials, like plastic, natural materials, metal…