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How to pick sunglasses for men

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Sun is shinning out side.Yehh… so how do you walk out?

Answer : You should have a sun glass

But how to do you chose them?????

That’s what we gonna cover here.

Gary Black the owner of Black optical in Tulsa,OK have provided these tips for you.

Types of sun glasses

Aviator/Pilot. Popularized by pilots, aviators have a distinct teardrop shape and metal frame. …

Cat Eye. This super-cute retro style plays up feline femininity with old-school charm. …

Semi-Rimless. …

Shield. …

Wayfarer.

PRO TIP: When choosing just pick the one you like

So pick some thing that’s suites you perfect and matches your face’s shape.

If you want your sunglasses to protect you from these risks, look for pairs that block at least 99% of UVB rays and at least 95% of UVA rays. Also look for the amount of cover the sunglasses provide. Look at how much you can see around the framesโ€“โ€“will the sunglasses let in sun from the top or sides?

  • Are you getting these sunglasses for sports or spending significant time outdoors? Choose ones with a nice close fit, possibly with rubber grips on the arms. If they are for fishing or use on water, polarization is a must; polarized glasses provide more sun protection.

Don’t buy sunglasses if they’re labeled as “cosmetic” or don’t provide any information on UV protection. Look for scratch resistance, many lenses have very fragile coatings. If you are spending much money, you want them to last. Fortunately damaged lenses can be replaced for most models.How to Fix Scratches on Oakley Sunglasses[1]

Use the shape of your face to help you pick your sunglasses shape. The following face shape matched to sunglasses style is recommended:

  • Oval face: The oval type usually has the “perfect face shape”, and can wear any style of glasses. Avoid frames that are either too thick or too thin. Don’t choose frames wider than your face width.
  • Square face: Because this face shape has very straight, pronounced jawline and edges, choose round glasses to balance out these features. Make sure the frames are not too thick. Try to choose wider sunglasses and avoid rectangular glasses with sharp corners.
  • Round face: A round face has plumper cheeks and chin. Choose polygonal or square sunglasses that have an angle design to balance this out. Look for thicker frames.
  • Long face: Choose larger lenses and the polygonal frame to modify a long face. Popular retro glasses and sports glasses can be considered.
  • Flat face: Choose darker lenses and frames to highlight the contours of the face. Bright colors can also make expressions more vivid!

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