Extra large frame glasses are suitable for those with large head and high nose bridge. So if you decide to buy a pair of glasses, you need to pick a pair of glasses that flatter you. Before you pick out a pair, it's important to think about what kind of style works best for your facial features and your lifestyle. Then you can narrow it down by considering what type of lenses you're looking to get, and then the materials and the special features. If youâ€™re constantly on the go, you might want something with nose pads or rubberized temples to keep your frames in place, or if you want something lightweight, that will reflect what kind of material
What's more, it's important to establish an in-person connection with an optician, who can help you choose frames that look good on you. These people are trained to help you not only fill your prescription, but to get to know you, your likes and dislikes. Itâ€™s almost like mixing an optical pharmacist with a fashion stylist. Whether you've got a round face or a square one, there's a perfect pair out there for you.
When shopping for glasses frames, whether for prescription or nonprescription, it is really important that you choose one that fits properly. Ideally, the glasses should be wide enough so that the temples, or 'arms', go straight back to your ears without putting pressure on the side of your head. That pressure can result in headaches and unsightly dents in your head, and nobody that I know wants dents in their head. Glasses frames should also not be so wide that they slide down your nose all the time. So a typical size might look like "51-19-135" (lens-bridge-temple) this information is important to opticians but because of the widely different frame styles available, these numbers are fairly meaningless to most eyeglass shoppers. Another way to choose, is to pick a frame size you own, or have tried on that is comfortable for you. Measure the total width of your current eyeglasses in inches. For best accuracy, measure from inside temple to inside temple.