Eye glasses
Frame styles branded fashionable eyewear with high profile designer names like Hugo Boss , BMW and Marc Jacobs continue to be in demand in Oakville and Burlington. And even for youngsters who might ordinarily dread the "nerd" factor of wearing designer eyeglasses, popular fiction characters like the bespectacled young wizard, Harry Potter, have become role models.

Eyeglasses have also become quite stylish as fashion accessories, especially among fans of high end designers. Many people change their frames in the same way as shoes or handbags, with different colors and styles to match their wardrobes.

Multi-colored inlays, composite materials, designer emblems, and enhancements such as insets of precious stones may also be found in popular frame styles.

Sun Glasses
  • Safety is of the utmost importance while driving, so to protect your eyes during travel you should try a pair of branded sun glasses.
  • Not only do they help to reduce eye weariness, but sun glasses can also prevent annoying headaches on your trip.
  • These sun glasses allow you to be fashionable while enhancing your vision for all driving conditions.

Safety Glasses
Many people buy specialty fashionable low price eyewear for increased eye safety. This fashionable low price eyewear can be in the form of safety glasses, designer glasses, sports goggles or shooting glasses. Safety eyewear is made of ultra-durable materials and provides more coverage than regular glasses, such as in the form of a wraparound design or top and side panels. You can also get other features like anti-fog styling or spring hinges.

Safety glasses consist of a safety frame and safety lenses. A safety frame is sturdier than most "dress frames" and not easily bent or broken. Some have side shields, and some don't, depending on your specific job.

Safety lenses are usually polycarbonate, which is basically jet windshield plastic that is very unlikely to break, even when shot with a bullet!

Safety Glasses they are really helpful in decreasing workplace eye injuries. In fact, those who do a lot of shop work at home should also consider wearing safety eyewear. After all, you only have two eyes.

Contact Lenses
Contact lenses, like eyeglasses or refractive surgery, can correct your nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Of the people who need vision correction in the United States, about one in five wear contact lenses.

While some people enjoy the fashion statement of eyeglasses, others prefer their appearance without them. Contact lenses can achieve this without irreversible surgery. Contact lenses can also provide a full field of unobstructed vision, which is good for participation in sports.

Contact lenses have been around for more than 100 years. During that time, much advancement has been made that allow just about everyone to wear contact lenses. If you were told in the past that you couldn't wear contact lenses, odds are that's not true today. There are more convenient and healthy colored contact lens options than ever.

If you're new to contact lenses, your first step is to see an eye doctor. Contact lenses are a prescription item, just like pharmaceuticals. They must be prescribed and properly fitted by an eye care professional (ECP). Your ECP will evaluate your visual needs, your eye structure, and your tears to help determine the best type of lens for you.

The many types of low cost contact lenses currently available can be grouped in various ways according to:
  • What they're made of
  • How long you wear them without removal
  • How often you dispose of them
  • The design of the lens