Archive for April, 2009
LeAnne Romes wearing Chrome Hearts Double Dip Sunglasses
“I try not to take fashion seriously,” freelance stylist and personal shopper Luis J. De Jesus. “I loooove the eighties. I turned the eighties out,” He is wearing a great outfit and Chrome Hearts Sunglasses available at ContactsandSpecs.com
One of major problems with eyeglasses is that the lenses are always getting dirty with dust, fingerprints and worst of all scratches. As much money is spent on eyewear, much care should be taken when cleaning the lenses to ensure the quality of vision is at its best when staring through them.
First – in order to clean lenses properly, never wipe the lenses of any eyewear with clothing. No matter how soft the clothing, lenses should never be cleaned with it because detergents in the clothing could cause scratching. This scratching could impede vision through the lenses.
Second – never wipe eyeglass lenses when they are dry. The best time to clean lenses is after wetting them or with a wet cloth. The reason for this is that dust on the lenses could potentially scratch the lenses because they haven’t been rinsed first with water. Therefore, rinse the lenses to wash all the dust from them and then wipe.
Finally – only use an eyewear approved lens cloth to wipe eyeglass lenses clean. There are not detergents in these materials, therefore, they dramatically reduce the chances of your high priced lenses getting destroyed by scratches. Be certain to also spray lenses with an approved eyeglass lens cleaner.
When you purchase your eyewear at ContactsandSpecs.com you will get the cloth and cleaning spray for free to keep your new eyewear clean and scratch free.
Bruce Willis spotted wearing the Mykita – RICHARD.
The new star of CSI wearing Mykita Eyewear.
At a certain age, vision begins to decline for mostly all people. This gradual drift toward blurriness becomes distinct in the older you get, and it generally gets to the point where you need progressive lenses somewhere in the forties. There are a few tips that will let you know that you are at the time in life where progressive lenses may be right for you.
One of the first signs of a possible need for progressive lenses is when driving. When looking out into the distance, vision seems to be good, however, when glancing down at the speedometer, vision seems to blur as the number appear faded out and hard to read. Next, when preparing to read a book or newspaper, there is a need to push the book or newspaper further away from your eyes. If this movement enhances the words on the book or newspaper, then this is a sign of a need for progressive lenses. Finally, another way to tell if progressive lenses are needed for vision is if you find yourself having to many pairs of eyewear – one pair for distance vision and the other pair for near. If the constant going from one pair of eyewear to the other is bothersome, then it may be time to invest in a great pair of progressive lenses to end that eyewear swap problem. There are many brands and types of progressive lenses on the market but if you want the very best visit ContactsandSpecs.com for your new pair of glasses.