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How To Choose The Right Glasses

Learning how to select your perfect glasses doesnt have to be a hard task

1 - Identify Your Face Shape

Identifying your face shape is a good place to start when it comes to learning how to select frames. The secret to finding the perfect frames is choosing a pair that best suits your face shape. In order to find your face shape, trace your face on a mirror using a dry-erase marker. Once you know your face shape, you will know how to select your frames.

2 - Consider your environment 

Identifying your face shape is a good place to start when it comes to learning how to select frames. The secret to finding the perfect frames is choosing a pair that best suits your face shape. In order to find your face shape, trace your face on a mirror using a dry-erase marker. Once you know your face shape, you will know how to select your frames.

3 - Choose colours which complement your skin

The next step in determining how to select frames is to choose colors that complement your skin tone. Finding colors that coincide with your skin tone doesn’t have to be difficult. If you have a cool-colored skin tone, opt for shades of black, gray, and blue. If your skin tone is warm, you would benefit from warm colors, such as tan, pink, and red

Just think of the color of the clothes you feel most comfortable wearing. The same rule applies to frames for your glasses

Renee & Jo are always on hand to point your in the right direction with their advice

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4 - Stay true to your personality 

Frames are the perfect way to show off who you are and your personality.

It’s necessary to opt for frames that emphasize who you are while also remaining appropriate in the workplace. For instance, you may have a pair of colorful glasses for weekend use and then have comfortable, functional glasses for the work week.

Visit us in store at Middleton Shopping centre to browse over 400 frames at your own pace to find the perfect pair of glasses for you. Renee is always on hand to lend some great advice if you need

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