One of the most popular styles that have been all the rage for the past few years are rimless glasses and although they are moving up and down the trend ladder they are still a valid choice for those who have worn glasses for years.
If you are now able to have several pair of glasses you can see the benefit of these light and airy glasses that are perfect for some hot summer days or when playing sports. Some come in titanium and are very flexible yet durable, while still allowing a full field of vision.
These rimless glasses come with a huge selection of lenses shapes and can be customized in many ways to please the wearer. There are round lenses, more square as well as rectangular, larger and smaller, etc. This makes these frames a really easy choice for all face shapes and fashion expressions.
One of the big advantages of rimless frames, besides being very light and having the “almost not there” feel, is that they don’t border your face or disturb the natural lines of your face allowing for a very nicely made up face…be it with great makeup or any other experimental adornment.
You can further customize these glasses by having a tint..solid tint (same color on the whole lenses) or a gradient tint (dark at the top getting gradually lighter) that will give the glasses more flare and style.
Adding to your style and flair is easy with rimless glasses. Enjoy a simplicity so that you can enhance your natural beauty by letting your eyeglasses take the back seat for today! A simple and easy solution to changing your style and giving variety to your look these types of frames in easy to blend colors or again you can pick something more bold.
As we all know, or might suspect there are many changes in the body that come with age, eyes changing are no different. In fact, I just came back from my trip to the optometrist’s office to get eye prescriptions I was informed (as I am about to turn 50) that after the age of 40 the eye and it’s ability to focus mainly on closer targets gets weaker and weaker. My vision is changing!
I’ve also found out that my left eye vision strength has deteriorated, she had no idea why, as all my life wearing eyeglasses the correction was equal on both sides. Not now that I am old….older!
So I’m reading this and I know you could use a little heads up to. From random tiny clumps of cells floating around the eye and making you think you’ve seen a flash of light, to muted colors, to symptoms of macular degeneration or even signs of glaucoma like deteriorating peripheral vision. Keeping an eye out for various subtle changes in vision as well as getting regular eye exams will help the changes that might come with age. It will definitely give you a head start with great hints if there is any diabetes on the horizon.
I for one was fine on all counts this time…I hope to see the same in the future. While changing eyes/vision can be scary be sure to take good care of your eyes. Better safe than sorry…sight is so precious!