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When it takes a certain face and character to pull the cat eye look off today, there are some that wonâ€™t let the traditional glasses die, with the revival led by some of the most beautiful faces in Hollywood including Jessica Alba, Dita Von Teese and so on. Thereâ€™s no doubt that this enduring style will continue to be popular well into the future. Although their popularity may rise and fall in the meantime, we believe that weâ€™ll be seeing cat eye glasses on the holographic screens and hover catwalks of the future! Cat-eye glasses are best for faces with a narrow forehead that widens at the cheeks and chin, as well as diamond-shaped faces that are narrow at the eyes and jawline and have broad cheekbones. Cat eye glasses imparts a sophisticated, elegant, slightly exotic look to the wearer. Most frames feature oval lenses with the extended portion of the eyerim drawn out into an upward and outward point. Oftentimes, the extra eyerim at the outer corners are embellished with exotic details. Rhinestone, metal, or colored plastic temple enhancements create a sense of opulence while sculptural effects, such as raised designs, scalloped edges and fancy bridges, add uniqueness to these frames. Among the most striking decorative innovations on cat eye frames are the brows, which usually incorporate different sculptural, applique, and ornamental effects on the top edges of cat-eye rims.Cat eye eyeglasses and cat eye sunglasses were popular feminine eyewear styles of the mid-20th century, when eyewear became a fashion accessory rather than simply a medical necessity. With glasses becoming more mainstream, people threw themselves wholeheartedly into the purchase of eyewear that not only solved vision problems, but also enhanced their appearance. Cat eye glasses are available in many optical stores and even in antique shops. This only proves that these glasses are popular despite of their classic design. Aside from providing protection from sunlight, cat eye glasses may be customized and can be used as regular prescription eyeglasses. These glasses are now regaining popularity among women. For those born in the late 80â€™s and 90â€™s, they may find it different to wear vintage glasses. However, once they tried wearing one, they surely canâ€™t go out without it. Because of the elegance brought by retro glasses, they can still maintain their presence in the eyewear market. These fashionable glasses that resemble the eyes of a cat will surely be available in many optical shops.
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