SEE THE WORLD THROUGH RAINBOW MIRRORS

Get ready to put on a pair of RAINBOW MIRRORS on your eyes this season. Yes! Colored mirrored/reflective shades are having a moment in the fashion world. Their popularity is increasing day by day, as most of the celebrities, models are seen flaunting them. These awesome sunglasses can instantly change any woman into an enigmatic style DIVA and a guy into a handsome HUNK.

colored reflective sunglasses

Another reason for their popularity is that they completely hide your eyes and act as a shield from the outside world. Mirrored glasses have a reflective coating on the surface of their lenses which make them work like normal mirrors. They let light go through in one direction, but reflect it from the other. They reduce the overall light level around 10 to 60 percent, rather than simply reducing the glare and other bright points. That’s why these are ideal for different weather conditions where you need less light and useful for the people who have sensitive eyes.

Reflective lenses are available in a range of different colors. The colors of the mirror coating are not dependent on the tint of the lenses; instead the lenses can be of a completely different color from the mirrored surface. Which means you can have a pair of rainbow glasses with a blue tint and you can choose from an array of such combinations.

Moreover they are available in a variety of styles and sizes from timeless Aviators to chic Cat Eyes.  Following are the popular styles of the shades WHICH ARE TRENDING:

 Aviators:

reflective rainbow aviators

Remember Tom Cruise in Top Gun wearing Aviators! Well these sunglasses will never go out of style. They were originally developed by Bausch & Lomb under the name Ray-Ban to protect the eyes of the pilots in 1936, that’s how they got their name.  These are characterized by thin metal frames and big teardrop-shaped lenses. Colored reflective aviators are trending these days.

Cat Eye:

This style was made popular by the likes of Marlin Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor.

mirrored colored shades

Wayfarer:

These are a classic pair. Ray-Ban introduced them in 1952, they have plastic frames and their glasses are wider at top as compared to bottom. They were made famous by James Dean and other Hollywood actors and singers.

reflective colored sunglasses

Wraparound:

Wraparounds curved sunglasses which wrap around the face. These sunspecs may have a single curved glass which covers the both eyes or may have two curved glasses.

 wraparound mirrored shades

*Tips to choose  Shades :

Always go for shades which suits your face type:

 Heart Shaped:Cat eye frame accentuates a heart-shaped face. If you have a broad forehead, high cheekbones and narrow jawline then you have a heart shaped face.  

 Oval Shaped :If you have an oval face, then you are the lucky one! Pick any style; all styles will look good on you. An oval face has a narrow forehead, jaw line and typically high cheekbones.

Round Shaped:A round face is characterized by an equal width and length. Square framed sun-shades will look great on you.

Square Shaped:Square shaped face has a defined jaw, square chin, and a broad forehead.Shades with round glasses will suit you best as they will bring out your best features.

Long Face: If your face is narrow from the top of the forehead to the chin and has rounded edges then you have a long face. Sun specs with over-sized frames will make your face look proportionate.

Perfect Fit: 

No matter what style you go for, always make sure that your glamorous shades should fit you perfectly. Their weight should be properly balanced on your nose bridge and ears and your eyelashes should not touch the lenses.

Ultra Violet Protection:

The main purpose of sunglasses is to protect your eyes from harmful ultra violet rays therefore, always go for a pair which has maximum ultra violet protection.

So, ahead and wear a 🙂 & see the world through Rainbow Sunglasses…

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