- Jun. 29, 2014 -
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for you lenses,you might as well take factors like your age,the size of your eyes,the shape of your face and eyebrows etc into consideration. For those who have big eyes,large-size frame is not bad; while for those who have smaller eyes,a smaller frame is their choice; round face matches thick rimmed frame; a lime and long face looks good with round frames. For children,the plastic frame should be the best choice especially when the nose pads suit their nose perfectly. And children wearers should not wear metal frames,for they may be allergic to the nose pads or the nose pads may cause extra oppression on the nose.
When selecting lenses,you'd better take account of elements like age,career,hobby,preference etc. The glass lens is hard enough to decrease the occurrence of scratches,but has one fatal disadvantage:
frangibility,which is universally known. If your glasses are likely to be stained with dust or be scratched due to your job or something else,you may prefer glass lens to resin lens. A resin lens is light and unlikely to be broken,but the disadvantage is it can be scratched easily. As for children who are naughty and playful,the resin lenses can be the best choice. If you want your lenses look thinner,you can choose aspheric lenses. And if you love sports or traveling,photochromic lens (http://www.finestglasses.com/landingpage/photochromic-sun...
) is just perfect.