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Are they rimless glasses? How thick are the lenses? If they are a pair of thick rimless glasses, you may see rainbow effect around the edges. I am wearing a pair of rimless glasses. I just have mild myopia. So the lenses are not very thick, but I can still see a little rainbow around the edges. But I think they don't affect my vision. If you have high myopia, I think rimless glasses are not suitable for you. Besides, my glasses are a pair of computer glasses, the reflection of the lamp is green. Maybe this is the color that you saw. If I take off your glasses and hold them in my hand, colors (green reflection) will shift and move as I move my head or light changes. Hope this helped!
The counter reading glasses are only suitable for those people with the integer prescription. However, their price of the counter reading glass may be cheaper than those common eyeglasses. If you want to buy one and your condition is allowed, you could go to the walmart to have a search. The price there is suitable.
cool sunglasses are different from each person. So, if you want to look cool, you must choose the best suitable men's glasses to compliment you. That is to say, you shall choose eyeglasses frames according to your face shape, skin color and personalities. Usually, people shall choose glasses frames that contrast their face shape. And If you have dark skin color, you shall choose bright colored frames while fair skin can choose some dark colored frames. Good luck.
Grey is very light color in all colored contact lenses. It is almost the same with non color contacts. And it will not change the color of your eyeballs much. So, grey contact lenses will not make you look wired. On the contrary, they will make your eye naturally good-looking. I also bought a pair of grey contacts before. They look good in my eyes. So, just trust your friends. They have the best advice for you.
Yes, wheat germ oil can help people with puffy eyes. It really works. The capsule refined wheat germ oil is rich unsaturated fatty acid and vitamin E which has the following functions. First of all, it takes the responsibility for the supply of oxygen in the human body and transmission. Secondly, it has antioxidant properties, controlling harmful to the generation of lipid peroxide in the human body and postponing senile plaque formation. Thirdly, it could promote the blood circulation, and adjust endocrine organ function recovery. Fourthly, it could make the regulation of fat metabolism and reduce the cholesterol in the blood. Fifthly, it could improve the muscle function, improve the response sensitivity and endurance exercise. It has so many functions for the health of the body. At the same time, your puffy eyes could be released because of the moisture role from the vitamin E. In addition, the wheat germ oil could also be adopted on the surface of the eyelashes to make the eyelashes grow. It is also effective and workable.
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Well, in fact, I gotta say, hair spray does not have anything to do with glasses lenses. Indeed , your concern is very natural since hair spray really look weird. Generally speaking, hair spray will not ruin your lenses, unless you put your lenses soak in the spray, but I believe fools will do that experimet. Perhaps a little hair spray will help clean your lenses. So, don't have to be worried. Anyway, definitely not.
No, there is not very much possibility that a muzzle flash could blind your eyes. It is indeed kind of flashing when a muzzle is launched. But as long as you do not always stare at the muzzle flashes, your eyes will not even be harmed. It is sometimes dazzling after you see the muzzle flash, if so, you can close your eyes and lie on your back to have a break. Or you can apply some anti-fatigue eye drops to your eyes to reduce the discomfort in your eyes. And rest asured that it will not blind your eyes anyway.
I think the way which will not do any badness to your glasses is good. I can tell you an easy one. You just need a bowl of warm water and drops of soap solution. Firstly, drop the soap solution to the water, and then swirl it with your hand. Secondly, take off your glasses. Place them to the water and wipe the lenses with you fingers clearly and slightly. By the way, if the lenses are glass, you can scrub them in any direction you like. But if they are made of plastic, you should scrub them in only one direction. At last, dry the lenses and frame with the glass cloth or a piece of 100 percent cotton cloth.
Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder which causes severe headaches. And it is related to a number of autonomic nervous system symptoms. The reasons that lead to migraine is still unknown. However, some studies said that environmental and genetic factors may be associated with migraine. Migraine can cause some eye disorders indeed, such as sore eyes, eye infection and eye pain. It is rarely to lead to eye water. The most possible factor for your condition is some other eye problems which caused by migraine are underlying reasons for your watery eyes.
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