Buying Guide for Glasses
So, you've finally made the decision to get those glasses, and whatever your reasons are for getting those glasses, requires you to get the right fit. Glasses with the right model and fitting might just be that extra accessory needed to jazz up that ensemble. Similarly, the wrong glasses could end up being a drag to your outfit, and this could distort the whole form, thereby making the look drab. This guide is aimed at helping you buy the right eyeglasses which would suit its functionalities and enhance your style.

Categories of Glasses


This is an effective way of protecting your eyes from the glaring UV rays while looking stylish at the same time. Now, this class is diversified with various brands ranging from the aviator shades, the retro shades, to the semi-rimless, to the shields. A variety of shapes to suit various face types.

UV Specifications When Choosing Sunglasses

When choosing sunglasses, quality is of utmost importance, because sunglasses without the correct UV specifications end up doing more harm than good. When choosing sunglasses, they should have a specification of at least UV400 to block up 99%-100% of UVA and UVB rays. Anything less than this specification would leave your eyes exposed to the UV rays.

Polarized/mirror reflected glasses

These glasses are perfect when considering optimal sun protection and style. It also has the advantage of protecting you from excessive reflections and beams. The polarized/mirror reflected glasses are now making a stage in the fashion industry and is now becoming a must-have accessory.


Plain glasses come in different forms and could be either recommended concave, convex, or bifocal glasses. This could also be used as an accessory to spice up your outfit. Now when choosing plain glasses, the shape is of utmost Importance!!!! Plain glasses are better optimized when paired with the right face type

For recommended purposes, there are two major types of lenses which are the concave and the convex lens. Concave lenses are used to treat myopia (shortsightedness) while convex lenses are used to treat hyper myopia (long-sightedness)

Other types of lenses includes;

  • Bifocal lenses

  • Planoconvex

  • Biconcave

  • Biconcave

There are a variety of lenses available to choose from to suit your individual and specific purposes. Choosing an eyeglass that suits your style and functionality is very paramount and should be paid attention to.

*Please speak with your eye doctor for further details. We do not provide or sell prescription lenses.


Choosing Glasses For Your Face