A pair of sunglasses is more than a mere protection for your eyes from the sun. It is a fashion statement.
When you sport that new pair of eyewear, it can change your entire appearance. You can go from drab to celeb, in a flash. Choose shades that match your personality and lifestyle. Better still you can go for more than one pair of fashion sunglasses and have different looks for different days.
The conservative types can go for shapes such as rectangles or ovals in either thin plastics or metals. Rimless eyeglasses and three-piece mountings are also a good choice. Metallic frames come in various metals, like zly, titanium, flexon, etc. Select one that is light in weight and offers 100 % UV protection. Check out for the UV protection label. Go in for genuine brands like Ray-ban, Gio, Police, Christian Dior, Chanel the list is endless. And don’t think twice about splashing out anywhere from $ 200 - $1000 for the right pair of designer eyewear. Afterall you are protecting the most precious of gifts. Choose frames that go with the shape of your face and tone of your skin.
Polycarbonate glasses are also a good choice as they are lighter and thinner than plastic. They also offer UV protection, as well as being scratch and impact resistant. With the global economy growing at an unprecedented pace, you have a host of choices, when it comes to brands of sunglasses. Reputed brands like DKNY, D & G, Police, Polo, Chanel, Ray-ban, etc, are available with retailers throughout the world, another option being to purchase these fashion accessories is online. Just make sure that whichever brand you purchase, it is authentic and not a counterfeit, as the market is flooded with look-alikes aplenty. Check for the authenticity certificate and label.
It is important to note that not all sunglasses perform the same function, so choose one for a specific function. It could be for driving, biking, vacationing or for socializing. Adequate care must be taken to ensure that your sunglasses protect your eyelids too, because they too are very susceptible to the UV rays of the sun. It is also a major misconception people have that darker lenses offer better UV protection. It is not always so, always check for the UV rating of particular brands and go for the best names. It is preferable to have more than one pair. Go ahead and experiment with the colors of your frames and lenses along with the size and shape of the frames, before arriving at the right frame for you.
Author: Robert Marcus