Our proprietary lens has embedded Blue Light filtering material inside. This allows it to remain both clear and effective, particularly filtering out the highest energy wavelengths
All our frames are made from premium materials, like Italian acetate and German Engineered Monel. We're going to be honest we put way to much time into designing our glasses. We just want you to look goooood.
Our goal is to make sure you are protected from the harmful Blue Light you are exposed to all day everyday. No need to go through your day with any of the symptoms from Blue Light. WE GOT YOU!.
Do You Belong To the Oval Crew?
About Oval Faces
Having an oval shaped face is great because you can pull off almost all of our frames! Having an oval shaped face means your face is more narrow then it is wide. Your face is balanced well and gracefully follows threw to your jaw line. Most glasses fit you well because you have a very symmetrical face so HAVE FUN! Be unique! Trust us, you can pull them all off!
Round is always good.
about Round Faces
Curvy is always better! Your face is highlighted by their curves, often feature round cheeks and a smooth jaw angle. The length and width are very proportional. This face shape is often wide at the cheeks and fullness below the cheekbones.
Find Glasses that add angels and sharpness such as square or rectangular frames. Like we've always heard OPPOSITES ATTRACT! Lets have fun and find the right pair of Foor Eyes for you!
We love the heart.
About Heart Faces
If your face shape is heart your forehead is most likely the widest part of your face and narrows down to a pointy chin. You most likely have a big heart so it translated to your face shape! Lets show off those high cheekbones with thinner temple frames that are a tad wider than your forehead. You can try all of our frames, but try and avoid frames with a heavy brow line
We're a oblong way from home.
About Oblong Faces
If your face resembles the shape of an oval, you most likely have a oblong face type. Your face is longer then it is wide. Oblong faces are long, slim, and tappers toward a narrow chin. Much like oval faces, oblong faces can rock almost any frame. Try adding angles with square or rectangular frames.