Behind the Tinted Lenses- Why Tints are More Than Fashion
"Other than being “really, really, really, ridiculously good looking”, for some, Tinted eyewear may be absolutely essential for clear and comfortable vision."
Tinted lenses are spotted everywhere in the high fashion look-books this year. They're not a new trend but one that’s making a comeback based on more than aesthetics, but major health benefits to boot. Tinted lenses have been around for many decades. We see them in our parent’s old high school photos from the '70s to the ’90s and early 2000’s when pop-stars like N’Sync, or celebs like Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rocked tinted-lenses. Come on, who doesn’t remember Charlie's Angels - the costume designers nailed it! These days, we’re seeing celebs like Selena Gomez, Billie Eilish, Bella and Gigi Hadid, and Kendall Jenner carrying the day to night tinted style to new heights.
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Other than being “really, really, really, ridiculously good looking”, for some, Tinted eyewear may be absolutely essential for clear and comfortable vision.
Combating fatigue, eye strain, and even migraines, TINTS tinted eyewear has it all, plus integrated blue-light blocking technology for added protection.
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A rose tint will actually make sunken eyes appear firmer and improve the appearance of dark circles or tired eyes. The rose family adds a nice healthy glow to the eyes, and makes them look more vibrant and awake!
Yellow tinted eyewear improves contrast and decrease blue light scatter, making your vision sharper, and relaxing the visual system. Perfect for gamers, staring at screens, or performance junkies like golfers, or skiers/snowboarders on an overcast day.
Whether you want to make a fashion statement or you are looking for a practical pair of specs to soothe those peepers day and night, you’re in charge of the way you see the world, choose wisely!
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