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Zeelool Eyeglasses Frame Online

What are eyeglasses?

Eyeglasses are also called spectacles or glasses. They are optical devices worn on the eyes to help correct vision problems. Examples of these vision problems include nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.

How to pick the eyeglass frame color for your face?

Choose the right eyeglass frame color from four aspects: your face shape, skin tone, hair color, and eye color. Please refer to the following tips:
Consider your face shape:
1. Square face Oval frames and round frames glasses are more suitable, contrasting with sharp-edged features, softening and balancing the lines of a square face. 2. Round faces Rectangle frames, geometric frames, cat-eye frames, and butterfly frames glasses are more suitable, increase the contrast of facial structures, and add clear, unique lines to create balance. 3. Heart-shaped face Aviator, rectangle, oval, and round frames are all more suitable, increasing the width and contrast of the face, balancing the forehead and chin, and softening the face. 4. Triangular face shape Aviator, cat-eye frame, and browline frame glasses are more suitable, soften cheekbones, and attract attention. 5. Oval face shape Square or rectangle frames are more suitable, and glasses add an angle to the subtle curves of the face.
Consider your skin tones:
1. For cool skin tones Cool-toned skin is more suitable for matching frame colors with blue-based red, silver, blue, gray, green, and transparent colors that are close to cool-toned colors. 2. For neutral skin tones Neutral skin with a mix of pink and gold undertones can wear eyeglasses of almost any color. 3. For warm skin tones With gold undertones as the accent, warm skin types look best paired with equally warm frames, such as gold, tortoise, brown, red, orange, and yellow color frames.
Consider your hair color:
1. Black hair Darker frames such as black or tortoise shell frame glasses look especially fashionable with black hair. 2. White/gray hair White hair or gray hair as a neutral shade can match the neutral frame for looking more fusion. 3. Red hair Red hair paired with jewel-toned frames, makes you look very energetic. 4. Brown/russet-based hair Brown, russet hair with red undertones, can match tortoise shell, amber, and dark green color frame glasses. 5. Brown hair with gold/taupe undertones Brown hair with lighter undertones, pairing it with trendy eyeglasses with a dark frame will complement the balance of dark and light color in your overall look. 6. Blonde hair If your blonde hair is dark, and you want a neutral look, please choose warm tones frames of quality eyeglasses online like tortoiseshell, beige or dark brown. Grey gold or platinum blonde hair will stand out against soft pastels and other brights, creating an interesting contrast with lighter color hair.
Consider your eyes color:
1.Grey eyes Can pair with a bright color frame, to add luster to your natural look. 2. Brown eyes Black and any bright color frame can pair with brown or amber eyes. 3. Blue eyes Orange, tortoise shell frame glasses will make your eye look more beautiful. 4. Green eyes Red, gold, and purple color frame glasses pair with green eyes, creating unique shapes, for low-key colors, can consider the brown color or other earth tones. These soft color frames suit green eyes. 5.Hazel eyes Hazel eyes paired with a green, amber, and brown color frame provide both contrast and harmony.

How are eyeglasses made?

1. Measuring the Eye Prescription The first step is to get a prescription from an optometrist or eye doctor. The prescription will specify the strength of lenses needed to correct the patient's vision. 2. Choose a frame Once you have your prescription, you can choose the frames you like for your glasses. 3. Cutting and shaping the lens Next, the lenses are cut and shaped to fit the chosen frame. This is done using specialized equipment, such as a lensometer, which measures the size of the lens and determines the shape needed to fit the frame. 4. Edging the lenses After the lenses are cut, they are smoothed and polished around the edges to ensure a comfortable fit within the frame. 5. Frame fitting The lenses are inserted into the frame, which is adjusted to fit the patient's face. This may include adjusting the nose pads or temples. 6. Quality control Finally, the glasses are inspected to make sure they meet the required specifications and are free of defects.

When were eyeglasses invented?

The first wearable glasses first appeared in Italy in the 13th century, and the inventor of the glasses was Salvino D'Armati of Italy. The primitive glass was made as lenses mounted in wooden or leather frames and then fixed on the front of the face or on the nose. Used mainly by monks. The first eyeglass frame temples were made by Spanish artisans in the 1600s. They tie ribbons or strings to the frames, then loop them over the user's ears. In 1727, English optician Edward Scarlett invented modern-style spectacle frames that fit over the ears and nose. In 1750, the first prototype of modern eyeglasses appeared. Buy trendy eyeglasses frames and the best eyewear online with high quality from the full range of glasses at Zeelool, 2500+styles cute and fashionable prescription glasses, classic cat eye frames to the latest trendy aviator frames, new and unique optical eyewear with five-star customer reviews for men, women, reading and kids.