Titanium was practically predestined to be used in high-end glasses manufacturing. Titanium is also biocompatible and recyclable, making it a highly environmentally friendly material. But these are not the only advantages of titanium.
Metal glasses are perfect for a classic look. But the typical gold, silver and rose gold aren’t one-color-fits-all. While golden tones are more suitable for warmer types, silver nuances can make cooler types really shine. Find out which type you are in our latest blog. We will also reveal the color that’s perfect for almost any type of skin.
Matte acetate glasses are velvety soft in appearance and adapt naturally to the wearer’s face and hair color. If you already have matte acetate glasses or are thinking of buying some, you will also appreciate the pleasant way they feel. What you should know about your matte glasses frames. And about the other properties of matte acetate.
Many factors determine whether a pair of glasses suits you, one being your eyebrows. A pair of glasses can highlight, conceal, emphasize, or even optimize your eyebrows. Which glasses match which eyebrow shape, plus: our personal recommendations.
You might have heard about blue light and are asking yourself how dangerous it really is. Here we explain what it is, how much of it is negligible and when it might become an issue. These four measures against blue light are easy to take and provide lasting protection for your eyes.
People with contact allergies are faced with a question with every new accessory: Will I have a reaction? Navigating the jungle of different materials can be difficult. Here’s what to look out for and which types of glasses won’t cause you any problems.
The wrong pair of sunglasses does more harm than good. That’s why sufficient UV protection is so important. Here’s what to look out for.
Acetate is a popular material for both corrective glasses and sunglasses. It can be processed excellently, is available in various colours and it is also suitable for sensitive people. But have you ever seen how the production of acetate glasses works?