How to Buy the Perfect Pair of Sunglasses?

A great pair of sunglasses can instantly elevate your look — even if you’re just wearing jeans and a t-shirt. The trick, of course, is knowing what the right pair is for you.

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR EYES FROM THE SUN?

The most common way to protect your eyes from the UV rays of the sun is by wearing sunglasses.

These are able to block some UV rays that may cause damage to your eyes and help protect them from harmful effects. And if you think a wide-brimmed hat or a snow cap is enough to block out these harmful rays, think again: snow, water, dry sand, and sea foam are all able to reflect the sun’s UV rays back up into your face, making sunglasses necessary for protecting your eyes.

But how do you know what kind of sunglasses are right for you?

How to select the perfect pair of Sunglasses for you?

 

Polarized Lenses 

Polarized lenses protect your eyes from the glare caused by reflective light. Particularly suitable for water sports, cycling, and driving where there tends to be a high degree of reflective glare.

Photochromic Lenses 

These lenses adjust automatically to changing light intensities. They get darker on bright days and lighter in low light conditions.

Gradient Lenses 

Gradient lenses are tinted from the top down. The top of the lens is darkest. These lenses are suitable for driving because overhead sunlight is blocked while allowing light to pass through the bottom half of the lens.

Mirrored Coating 

This refers to a reflective film applied to the outside surfaces of some lenses that are highly desirable for people with high sensitivity to bright light. They reduce glare by reflecting much of the light that hits the lens surface.