Pick the right shape. The shape of a face can influence how comfortable a pair of sunglasses will feel. Rectangular frames will help add length to a round face, and oval glasses will complement diamond or square faces. People with oblong faces, may want to consider a round or square frame that rests at the widest part of your face.
Find the right solution. Eyeglass wearers should use sunglasses too. Consider Solar Shield, who has developed attractive Fits Over sunglasses that slip on over prescription eyewear. You may also want to look into Transition Lenses that darken as you transition into the sun from indoors.
Spend the right amount. Many low-cost shades probably won’t provide adequate UV protection, but you still don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to get a good pair of sunglasses. Evaluate the quality and durability of every pair you buy.
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