Who need square eyeglasses?

June 22nd, 2010 by Charles Garrana Leave a reply »

For people who have a vision problem and need vision aid from corrective eyewear, the current market provides good news that they have lots of options. Aspects of a single pair include frame material, shape, color, lens material, power, nose pad design, temple style and so forth. In terms of frame shape, there are square eyeglasses, rectangle glasses, round eyeglasses, oval glasses etc. Some eye doctors even say that prescription eyeglasses can be made in any wanted shape on a customized basis. The current diverse collection of Rx eyeglass styles and models enables individuals who suffer from a refractive error or presbyopia to access to numerous options. It is a fact that myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia now bother more than a half of the world’s total population. Compared with contact lenses and other surgical solutions, prescription eyeglasses are more popular due to their simplicity and safety.

The wide availability of Rx eyeglasses can generally meet the increasing demands from those with poor eyesight. And the wide variety of Rx eyewear products further flatters people’s diversified needs in terms of frame and lens style or appearance. Let’s simply return to the discussion of frame shape. Knowing some of the basic shapes is not enough to understand the huge variety of current eyeglass styles. There are theoretically seven basic facial shapes which can generally cover all folks around the world, namely, round, oval, oblong, base-down triangle, base-up triangle, diamond and square. Some people may think that there should be corresponding shapes in eyeglass frames. This is partially true and square eyeglasses are one of the primary members.

While a person goes best in his or her own color base while selecting a frame or lens color, he or she should choose a frame shape that contrasts with personal face shape. Square differs most from round and oval. Thus square eyeglasses are most suitable for people who have a round or oval face. This rule is set to compromise the noticeable facial features. In an opposite case, round eyeglasses are mainly for wearers who have a square or oblong face. It is easy to work out other match-ups by following the same tip.


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