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Tuesday, February 24, 2015 12:44:33 AM America/Los_Angeles
Adjusting to multifocal lenses can take time and varies from person to person.
You can expect anywhere between a couple hours and two weeks! So don't feel nervous if they don't feel right immediately. Be gentle with yourself and allow time for your vision to settle.
4 STEPS TO ADJUSTING
1. STOP WEARING YOUR OLD PRESCRIPTION GLASSES
If you only wear your new multifocal glasses, instead of switching between the two, you encourage faster adjustment. Trust us, it will get easier!
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 12:42:01 AM America/Los_Angeles
1. USE A PROTECTIVE CASE WHEN YOU'RE NOT WEARING THEM
This is especially important when travelling. It might be easy to throw your glasses in a side pocket without the case, but avoid the temptation! Using a case will prevent finding your glasses scratched or distorted by the time you arrive at your next stop.
Friday, January 16, 2015 3:56:58 AM America/Los_Angeles
There used to be a time when eyeglasses were only accessible in retail stores. You'd have to book a morning off work, run over to the store, try on 10 pairs, and whether you were satisfied or not, buy a pair. Often you'd be left paying between $300 and $800 for a single pair you'll wear for 3 years. Add a five-piece family and you're looking at well over $1500.
What if there was a safe, secure, and inexpensive way to resolve this issue?
Keep reading and find out the top 6 reasons why you should be buying your glasses online.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 5:18:04 AM America/Los_Angeles
Whether you prefer a relaxed and comfortable style or a put-together business look, the eyeglasses you choose should showcase your style. Much like your clothing, eyeglasses are an extension of your personality, so make sure you choose the frames that reflect you correctly. Since eyeglasses frame your face, they can either bring out your features or hide them. When choosing frames, how do you decide between glasses you like and glasses you should wear? (Try out our Frame Wizard to have our Virtual Optician match you with the perfect frames)
Not all glasses are for everyone. Here are 4 easy tips that help determine which glasses work for you:
1. Face Shape
It might seem silly, but you can determine your face shape by drawing it in the mirror. Just look in the mirror, take lipstick, and draw the outer edges of your face. This will help you determine what shape you have, since for most people this is ambiguous!
Circle face shape: you have full cheeks, a soft chin and proportional forehead in length and width. You should try out frames that are the opposite of your face shape: strong and angled frames, especially rectangular.
Square face shape: you have a strong jaw and broad forehead. You should try out frames that are opposite to your face shape: soft and round that sit high, especially a cool circle frame.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 7:44:14 AM America/Los_Angeles
Leonardo DaVinci once said, “The eyes are the windows of the soul”. So true! Even as a child, my mom could always tell how I was feeling, by simply looking at my eyes. There are several factors that can affect the health of our eyes. Exposure to harmful UVA/UVB rays, cold wind, dry heat, allergies and aging can cause several challenges such as poor vision, dry eyes, eye puffiness, wrinkles and crow’s feet. Below are a few of my favorite “quick tips” to help address these issues.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014 8:23:13 AM America/Los_Angeles
GlassesUSA is excited to introduce Louisa Graves, a leading expert in non-invasive beauty! She offers some winter fashion advice, while trying on her favorite GlassesUSA frames. Doesn’t she look glamorous?
Grey is the New Black
Look Sleek in Silver (photo by: John Graves)
I love this look. Gray seems to suit every skin tone. I paired an Italian knit cap and a grey cashmere sweater with my favorite cool Lupo silver frames with greyish-taupe lenses from GlassesUSA.com. These glasses make the ultimate accessory!
Thursday, May 1, 2014 9:09:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
Eyewear is the hottest accessory right now -- thank goodness that shopping for prescription glasses online is so easy, safe, and cost effective: You too can have frames for every occasion. Get inspired by your favorite celebs and join the glasses craze! Remember -- people notice your face first, so you might just be better off collecting eyeglasses than collecting shoes!
It’s been ages since eyeglasses were merely a medical aid and enabler for scholars and philosophers to see for longer; in today’s open, anything goes fashion climate, they are one of the hottest accessories and a key tool for creating a total look.
If it used to be that you had to schlep out to your local brick and mortar shop, wait months, and spend a fortune to get your hands on even the most basic pair of glasses, today’s eyewear is incredibly affordable, diverse and accessible, making prescription glasses more attainable, more customizable, and a much, much hotter accessory.
Eyewear is the hottest accessory right now (image source: google images, 2014)
Thursday, May 1, 2014 7:57:13 AM America/Los_Angeles
The safest, fastest, best way to shop for glasses these days is online. You will save hundreds of dollars shopping for quality glasses online while not compromising on quality and service. Here are a few good reasons why.
About 96 Million people wear glasses around the world. That’s a whole lot of potential dollar for a whole lot of plastic. If you wear glasses, you must know the intensive expenses involved in measuring for, and then attaining, a pair.
With a pair of glasses usually running at $200 at a brick and mortar store or your doctor's office, and can easily reach $800 or more - it’s difficult to afford multiple pairs let alone a single pair. Add to that the limited style options, and it’s hard to enjoy glasses as the fashion accessory they’ve lately become. It almost seems impossible to shop for glasses on your own terms…
Except it isn’t -- not when you shop online. It is easier than ever to shop for glasses with accurate fit and incredible style, choose out of thousands of frame options and designers, consult stylists, and save bundles of money doing it-- all in an easy and safe web environment.