Accent Eye Care How To Pick the Perfect Pair of Men's Glasses | Accent Eye Care

Are you among those men who avoid wearing eyeglasses because you feel it makes you unattractive? Many people wear eyeglasses for varying reasons to correct the refractive errors in their eyes. These refractive errors include myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.

According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, refractive errors account for 80% of visual impairment in people 12 years of age and older. New trends and fashions in the men’s glasses are available as never before.

Apart from serving visual needs, men’s glasses are a diverse style statement.  Here are a few things to consider when choosing an eyeglasses that can both serve your vision and fashion needs as a man.

Guide to choosing Men’s Glasses

Face Shape

This is the most important thing to consider when choosing eyeglasses. The frame shape, color, and material of eyeglasses must complement each other on your face. People with a round shaped face appear good in rectangular and square frames. On the other hand, round and oval frames look good on people with a square face shape.

Frame Material

Frames made from different materials such as plastic, metal, and cellular acetate, have advantages and disadvantages. Plastic frames are a popular choice. They are lightweight, more affordable and come in a variety of colors and styles. However, they can break easier compared to other frame materials. Metal frames withstand normal wear and tear better compared to plastic frames. You need to consider your lifestyle, occupation, skin type, style statement, and budget when choosing a frame for your eyeglasses.

Frame Color

Frames come in many colors and styles, from matte red to metallic blue, and all shades of the rainbow. Factors to consider when choosing a frame color include your skin tone, personality, and eye and hair color. Black color frames remain the preferred color for men’s glasses, as it suits all occasions and styles.

Lens Type

The type of materials and thickness will affect your choice. There are Hi-Index lenses made of a special plastic material, as well as polycarbonate lenses, Trivex lenses, and Aspheric lenses. Very few are made of glass anymore due to the heavy weight. Plastic lenses are lightweight and more durable. Ask your eye care provider about a scratch resistant coating for the lenses and other specialized features.

Glasses are affordable, trendy, and add to your personal style. With the countless fashion designer styles and chic brands of men’s glasses available, you can choose the best pair or two for you.