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Where To Buy Fake Ray Bans In Store Sale

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As the go-to for getting around seemingly 'unnoticed' and shielding eyes from nonexistent sun indoors and at night, the unnecessary use of sunglasses by celebs mean they get a lot of bad press. For us mere mortals however, they're not only essential for protecting against actual sun damage, but also your summer accessory du jour. They should be given as much thought and consideration as you would your wool pea coat for winter or back-to-work tote in the New Year. As straightforward as one would imagine sunglasses shopping to be (go to Ray Ban Sunglasses Outlet a shop, try on a few, buy the best looking pair, or even simpler, take a gamble online) there’s a minefield of different frame materials, styles and coloured lenses. You’d be forgiven for thinking the latter are to complement your outfits, they’re in fact designed to suit different activities. From top: Quay Australia occtagon mirrored, £35, Asos. Accentuate cheekbones with an angular style​; turquoise cheetah, £55, Mr Boho. The fun blue detail will lift a simple outfit. For day-to-day wear, opt for a grey lens; if you’re outdoors and Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses often in grassy areas, a brown lens is recommended. Green lenses are best for sporting activities as they enhance colours, although 'a polarized lens is best for driving, skiing and sailing as it completely blocks out light glares,’ says Richard Peck, managing director at Sunglass Hut. Planning to read on the beach this summer? 'Opt for a graduated lens - the lighter colour at the bottom allows a clear vision of your book whilst still being protected’ says Peck.All sunglasses should provide 100% UV protection - look for the letters 'CE’ Ray Ban Wholesale which stand for European Conformity, on the right inside arm to be sure. The CE marking is only given to sunglasses which fulfil the standards of UV protection.
If you’re wearing sunglasses without sufficient ultraviolet (UV) protection, throw them out. Just in time to celebrate Ultraviolet (UV) Awareness Month — I know, who knew?! Trading www.wholesalescheapraybans.com in your current specs for ones that offer protection against the sun’s harmful UV rays can go a long way in terms of benefiting your eye health and even preventing blindness.Too often we neglect to wear sunglasses that protect us from the harmful rays of the sun. Either we buy a pair for a few dollars that offer little protection or we don’t wear any at all because we can’t find them. I’m sure you’ve lost a handful of sunglasses over the years! (Check the car — that’s usually where they are!) We all do. But we’re doing our eyes a disservice by failing to protect them with the proper sunglasses.Part of the problem is that most people don’t think about wearing sunglasses for health reasons — they Ray Ban Outlet are more likely to think of it as a fashion statement. Does that sound familiar? If so, you’re not alone. According to a survey conducted earlier this year by The Vision Council, less than 1 in 6 people said they wore sunglasses for a health reason. Twenty percent of respondents didn’t even think they were at risk from sun exposure if they didn’t wear sunglasses. But they are!If you’re one of those people that prefer to squint in the sun, maybe you shouldn’t be blamed since while a lot of hype Ray Bans On Sale surrounds UV effects on skin, there doesn’t seem to be as much emphasis out there about eye protection when it comes to fighting UV rays. For instance, you probably know what UV can do to skin (e.g., make it age, wrinkle prematurely, even place you at increased risk for skin cancer). This awareness has hopefully prompted you to go out there and slather on appropriate SPF-marked sunscreens and beauty products. Did you know, however, that increased UV exposure can injure your eyes, ranging from short-term symptoms (e.g., eye irritation, blurriness, pain) Cheap Ray Bans to long-term damage (e.g., macula degeneration, cataracts, cancer — all of which can lead to long-term vision loss). And despite advances in science, it’s hard to restore vision once it’s lost.So what type of sunglasses do you need? You need glasses with lenses that offer 99 to 100 percent protection against both UVA and UVB rays. Look for a pair that specifically states that. Bigger is [finally!] better — at least when it comes to sunglasses. People who are into more wraparound lenses may derive more protection than smaller lenses. Those Ray Ban Wayfarer Sunglasses Jackie-O saucer-type specs also are not just a fashion statement but a health statement as well nowadays! Also, try not to be distracted at some other features that are available but that don’t really weigh in much as far as offering you any additional UV protection. For instance, polarized or photochromic lenses sound fancy, but mainly they reduce glare; the problem is they may or may not protect against UV light, which is the goal! And remember Baywatch and seeing all the lifeguards wearing sunglasses that had lenses coated with a Ray Ban Sale mirror-type layer? These certainly looked cool, and they do block visible light but don’t usually block UV light. That’s why if the sunglasses don’t say they block UVA and UVB, don’t buy them.Believe it or not, there are even contact lenses that offer UV protection. Though you may be tempted to rely solely on these — without wearing sunglasses — don’t do it. Contacts don’t cover the entire surface area of your eye and therefore are inadequate as protection for your eyes. A complementary alternative may be to wear both contacts Ray Ban Sunglasses and sunglasses with UV protection. Or you can wear prescription sunglasses — that way you can see the beach and have protection at the same time.Remember, just as your skin gets damaged in the sun without protection, so too can your eyes. So put on a proper pair of glasses, and enjoy the summer!
With their jet-setting schedules, exotic summer holidays and pesky paparazzi following celebrities are the best people to get your sunglasses style-inspo from. Take notes from the stars and wear them as chic add-ons or even make them Cheap Ray Bans the talking point of your outfit. See our favourite celebrity style crushes here.

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