Eyeglasses, sometimes called glasses or contact lenses, our vision eyewear consisting of rigid plastic or glass lenses mounted in an eyeglass-like frame which holds them behind a person’s eyes, usually using a bridge above the eyes and hinged at the temples. It is possible for eyewear to include corrective lenses, that is, devices that change the size and shape of the eye to make it look its best, as well as soft lenses, which are used for people who have problems with vision that do not improve with spectacles. It is possible for an individual to select any one of these three categories; however most people opt for eyeglasses, especially among younger people, because they are less cumbersome, comfortable, and easier to handle. Here are some of the most common types of eyeglasses, along with some details on their manufacture and maintenance.
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Round or oval-shaped: Eyeglasses are available in round, oval, and half-moon shapes. These shapes are popular because they look most attractive when worn with light or dark clothing, with bangs swept to one side, with dark-colored hair, or with glasses. Oval-shaped lenses are suitable for both men and women, while round ones can be worn by either sex. Half-moon eyeglasses are good for those with small or round faces, as they appear much larger than they actually are.
Round and oval-shaped eyewear are the best choice for anyone whose face is oval, regardless of its size. They provide better vision than rectangular shaped lenses. However, if a man has a round face but small ears, he would better choose round eyeglasses, as they will not cast a shadow on his face. Glasses with rounded frames are available in all sizes, though those with sharp edges are not so good for this purpose. These frames are also the best choice for people whose eyebrows are shaped like an “L”.