Tips On Buying Eyeglasses: How To Choose The Right Ones For You
What are some common mistakes people make when buying glasses?
Fit is the most important thing. Often I see glasses that either sit too low or too high on the face and or are either too big or too small. It's so important to have the correct nose pads fit and the arms at the right temple length. Our glasses have adjustable frames and allows the opticians to tailor fit eyewear to fit each we wearer and there are different temple lengths as well as adjustable nose pads designs available which further improves the fitting and comfort.
What are some tips/ways people can know the glasses fit properly?
First off, select a front style and size that harmonises with the shape of your face. Then, select a front frame that is the right size for the face and make sure the temples don’t touch the side of the face as it would cause discomfort.The top of the frame should not be higher than the eyebrow. This provides a better wearing experience and a balanced aesthetic. The eyewear shouldn’t slide down the nose. The length of the temples should be based on the distance from the ear to the face. Eyelashes should not brush against the lenses. This would cause discomfort to the lashes and dirty the lenses, which will affect a clean sight. The cheeks should not touch the bottom of the frame, otherwise the cheeks will be prone to rubbing which causes discomfort and smudging of the lenses.
What is the proper way to clean glasses during this pandemic?
All our surfaces can be cleaned using a mild solution. These surfaces need to be handled with care when using solutions containing alcohol or similar products. All materials that aren’t titanium shouldn’t be cleaned with alcohol.