Summer Etiquette — Sunglasses, Skin Damage & Smart Changes

Do you wear sunglasses to look dapper or protect yourself from sun?
Let's make sure you bring to pass both

Don't You Dare Don Your Aviators On The Beach For that matter any metal frames on most glasses or aviators reflect sunlight onto the tops of the cheeks, causing them to burn and those who wear them often get sunspots on their cheeks as a result. To protect skin damage pick sunglasses with plastic frames instead.

Go Bold With Mirrored Or Photochromic Lenses They block more UV rays than regular tinted lenses. That's key, since the thin skin around your eyes is so prone to sun damage and wrinkles.

Invest In Max Protection 100% UV Filter Lenses UV light from the sun can cause sunburn on the cornea of your eyes. It can also cause blurred vision, redness, irritation, and wrinkles around delicate skin of eyes.

Big Is Always Better Go For Celeb Face Hiding Frames Larger frames and wrap-around styles provide extra UV protection by blocking rays that come in from the side.