Every appearance leaves an impression. We get your concern about the outfit for special occasions. It is only one impression. Imagine going to an event every day wearing the same outfit. This exercise in imagination applies to glasses. On average, 8 hours per day x 30 days per month x 12 years = thousands of impressions about you. Are you convinced that your glasses should be more important than the outfit you wear to a major event? These are the 5 steps that will make your glasses.
1. Consult with an ophthalmologist about your vision.
Everybody needs glasses, but not all.
Many people who don’t wear glasses say that they can see well without glasses. They don’t have any term of comparison for their vision. An eye test will determine if your vision is 100% or if you need dioptre lenses to compensate. A consultation with an optometrist will determine which type of eyeglasses is best for you: protective or corrective.
A consultation with an ophthalmologist takes between 10-30 minutes. The consultation is collaborative and involves a conversation with the ophthalmologist. The consultation will reveal new information about your eyes and provide you with a medical prescription that will include recommendations for future eyeglasses.
2. Select the right eyeglass frame for you
The frame acts as a support for the lens in the classic models. Fashionistas understand that the frame is a reflection on your personality. No matter which group you belong to, a professional advisor can help you find the perfect frame. They will tell you which glasses are durable, which frames are best for you, what frame fits your face, and which trends are being followed.
Ask a professional advisor for the details you need to choose the best optical frames portfolio. With your glasses, you will make an impression on everyone who sees them.
3. Select the best lenses
Common mistake is to choose the wrong frame and ignore the lenses. Both are equally important. Your frame is your personal mark and will last for many years. The lenses are your eyes.
Ask your advisor for several options of lenses to fit your glasses. There are many options for lenses, from the optimal to the last generation. If possible, request a sample of the lens’ appearance. The variety of colors and thicknesses that are available will surprise you. You will find the one that best suits you both visually and aesthetically.
Beware of the price comparison trap There are both low-priced lenses and high-priced lenses. Don’t be afraid. Lens performance is the fair comparison. There are many options on the market: standard or optimized lenses, as well as variant treatments that increase the clarity of vision, eye protection, and physical resistance (anti-reflective or digital protection, antistatic, antistatic, hardening).
4. Ask for advice from a specialist
A professional advisor will keep you informed about the latest developments and be able to spot every detail while you are practicing. You can identify a professional advisor if you are having trouble finding one. A well-trained adviser will ask questions, make recommendations, and then tell you what you should do.
If they ask questions, don’t be discouraged. You will have a consultative discussion and the goal is to find the right eyeglasses for you.
Your advisor may suggest that you choose a round frame, but it is possible. Discuss the suggestion with your advisor. Your business card is important to advisors. It’s also his business card. They can see the potential for your glasses to look good in every situation. You will leave a lasting impression on him and he will be more than happy to recommend you. You’ll be asked, “Where did you find these gorgeous glasses?”
5. Get a warranty for your eyeglasses
Every product sold legally comes with a guarantee. This guarantees the authenticity and quality of the product.
A few elements will help you to recognize the authenticity of your product: the certificate for the frame, one for lenses, the original case with brand logo, the cloth for correct maintenance, and the lens envelopes.
Ask the merchant for an additional guarantee. Even if you have to deal with the unpleasant situations of wearing glasses in an improper manner, solutions will be available for your glasses. This warranty does not cover the cost of replacements.
Ask your advisor about future maintenance services after you have made a significant investment in eyeglasses. You can keep the relationship going by visiting the optician on a regular basis to inspect the shape of your glasses and to make adjustments.