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Hot Sunglasses Rule!

by Lori Sciame | June 5th, 2013 | Accessories
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UnknownIt’s been said that the eyes provide a window to the soul.  What happens, then, when a woman puts on a pair of smoking hot sunglasses?  Does she become more mysterious? Does she feel anonymous? Whatever your own perception of what sunglasses do for a woman’s or man’s appearance, one thing remains clear: summer wouldn’t be complete without a new pair of sunglasses. Shades not only offer protection for the eyes from harmful rays, they make a definite style statement. From classic to kitschy, sunglasses remain one of the hottest accessories of 2013.

Star Power

Want to look like your favorite movie  star or cultural icon?  Check out this website for celebrity styles.  For as low as $11.99 plus S&H, there are sunglasses to suit every budget. SunglassShack.com has tons of styles, including Jackie O glasses, Lady GaGa glasses, Rachel Zoe (round) sunglasses and many more!  Since they are so reasonably priced, you may wish to invest in several pair.

Right Style

Finding the right style and shape of sunglasses can sometimes be confusing.  Whether you have an oval face, a round face, a prominent nose, or a small one, be sure to research what style of frames would be best for your unique features.  Check out this web page for more helpful tips on choosing the perfect pair of sunglasses. Maybe opt for several pair to suit your particular mood on a particular day.

Vision Protection in a Cool Accessory

Not having proper vision protection from the sun’s harmful rays can lead to a whole host of eye problems. Even teenagers need to understand that long term exposure to the sun can cause health problems later on in life.  If not protected, cataracts and macular degeneration may be the result, or skin cancer can develop in the tender tissue surrounding the eyes.  For the right protection, AARP recommends one , “…look for a sticker or tag on the glasses with the UV rating and make sure it says the lenses block 99 to 100 percent of UV-A and UV-B rays, both of which are harmful. Some of the more expensive, brand-name sunglasses also protect against UV-C rays, a less common ultraviolet source, which are mainly blocked by the atmosphere’s ozone layer.”

Final Advice

Finding the perfect pair of summer sunglasses can be loads of fun.  If unsure as to what style looks best, dont’ be afraid to take along a friend to help decide which pair to purchase.  Major department stores across the US  have oodles of delicious styles to choose from, so don’t be discouraged if you can’t find a pair right away.  The key: keep looking until you too feel like a celebrity, or maybe even a bit mysterious!

 

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