Just because it’s freezing from coast to coast doesn’t mean you don’t need sunglasses. Many designers introduce new styles every season-they know the sun is damaging year-round. So if you’re thinking of switching shades, keep these factors in mind when you do your shopping.
Consider the size and shape of both the sunglasses and your face. Picking frames that are the opposite shape of your face, like Kate Hudson did, will add balance and proportion.
Make sure the glasses are close-fitting and not too large in any area to prevent rays from filtering in from the sides, top or bottom. Larger lenses offer more protection because they cover more of the eye area. Find a lens that feels comfortable on your face but covers an ample portion of the skin surrounding the eye. This is imperative for preventing wrinkles in this area.
Sensitive skin? Sunglasses made from plastic or titanium are durable, lightweight and make a great alternative to metal frames, which can irritate the skin.
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