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Designer Frames for Prescription Eyeglasses
Glasses are more than just a visual aid. These are also a means of self-expression. The colors and styles you wear reflect your lifestyle and unique personality. You should put care and thought into which pair of eyeglasses you select.
Our eye doctors in McDonough can assist you in finding the best eyeglasses for you. One factor you may wish to focus on is color, as the color of your hair, eyes, and skin tone can be a big determining factor in which eyeglasses look most flattering on you.
Picking Designer Frames for Prescription Glasses by Color
How do you figure out which colors will look good on you and which to avoid? Look at your hair color, eye color, and skin tone colors.
Hair color: You can have cool or warm hair, be this dyed or your natural color. Cooler colors, such as light brown, gray/white, auburn/dark red, black, and many shades of blonde (from platinum to strawberry blonde) are on the cooler spectrum. Darker gray, bright natural red, golden brown and golden blonde are on the warmer spectrum.
Eye color: What color are your eyes? How deep is that color? For instance, you could have pale hazel brown eyes or darker chocolate brown peepers. Your eyes could be as dark as the ocean or a lighter shade of blue. Depending on the depth of color, you can determine whether your eyes are a warmer or cooler hue.
Skin tone color: Yes, like your hair and eyes, your skin can be warmer or cooler. Warm skin tones typically have shades of yellow or red in them, while a cool skin tone may be olive, pink, or a subtle blue.
Once you figure out whether you’re warmer or cooler in those three areas, you can start thinking about frame colors. According to Pantone, there are many popular hues this year that fit those on the warmer and cooler spectrums.
For those who are warmer, try colors like kale (dark green), flame (dark orange), greenery (bright-ish green), and primrose yellow. Those on the cooler side may like lapis blue, Niagara (a lighter blue), pink yarrow (dark pink), island paradise (a sunny teal blue), hazelnut (Maude), and pale dogwood (a light pink).
If You Need New Glasses Call Fallas Family Vision in McDonough, GA
Are you looking for prescription eyeglasses? Come see us at Fallas Family Vision, your optometrists in McDonough GA.
Our eye doctors in McDonough offer many other services, such as Optomap retinal imaging, eye disease diagnosis and treatment, sunglasses fittings, sports vision treatment, computer vision treatment, hard-to-fit contacts, LASIK and other eye surgeries, vision and eye exams, and contact lens exams.
To learn more or schedule an appointment to find eyeglasses in McDonough today, give us a call at 770-954-9898 or visit us at Fallas Family Vision on 69 Griffin Street.