Choose sunglasses frame according to face shape
Suitable sunglasses are like suitable shoes and bags, and are the best fashion statement. In the early 20th century, Hollywood celebrities first put on sunglasses to block the excessively bright lights of the studio. Later it became a must-have “weapon” when going out, driving the trend of sunglasses. After actor Tom Cruise wore Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses in “Top Gun” in 1986, sales of the sunglasses surged.
1. Oval face shape: with square or smaller rectangular frame sunglasses. This face shape is the most pleasing, suitable for any kind of frame.
2. Round face shape: Sunglasses with larger lenses, the best rectangular frame, outlines the outline.
3. Square face shape: with round or oval frame, wide enough and light enough.
4. Diamond-cornered face: equipped with a one-piece frame.
The yellow lens can absorb 100% of ultraviolet rays, and allows infrared and 83% of visible light to penetrate the lens. The biggest feature of the yellow lens is that it absorbs most of the blue light. Because when the sun shines through the atmosphere, it is mainly represented by blue light (this can explain why the sky is blue). After the yellow lens absorbs the blue light, it can make the natural scene more clear. Therefore, the yellow lens is often used as a “filter” or used by hunters when hunting. However, no one can prove that the target shooting performance is better because the shooter wears yellow glasses.