Q1:What is trending in women's sunglasses?
Small '90s Skinny Sunglasses.
Mirrored Lens Sunglasses.
Stylish Color Tinted Sunglasses.
Oversized '70s Square Sunglasses.
Revamped Aviation Sunglasses.
Big Cat-Eye Sunglasses.
Cool Flat Top Sunglasses.
Q2:Do cheap sunglasses have UV protection?
A2:YES. You do not have to pay a premium for proper UV protection. While more expensive sunglasses may offer more stylish frames, higher quality lenses, sharper images and less glare, it is very easy to find inexpensive glasses that offer 100% UV protection.
Q3:Lenses with darker tints are more protective than lenses with a lighter tint?
A3:False: The tint of the lens has nothing to do with the UV protection of the glasses. A clear lens with no tint and 100% UV protection is better for your eyes than dark, heavily tinted sunglasses without UV protection. In fact, dark lenses without adequate UV protection are actually worse for your eyes than not wearing glasses at all, because the dark tint causes your pupils to become dilated, thus exposing your eyes to more harmful UV light.
Q4:Photochromic lenses don't block out UV rays as well as regular sunglasses?
A4:False.As long as they offer 100% UV protection, photochromic (such as Transitions-brand lenses) lenses provide the same level of UV protection as regular sunglasses.
Q5:Children don't need sunglasses as much as adults?
A5:False.Children often spend even more time in the sun than adults, and need proper UV protection just as much.Always have your children's sunglasses tested for proper UV protection.