If you’ve ever struggled to read the phone screen, this is what happens when the light hits a flat or uneven surface and it is reflected horizontally. That reflected light can be extremely bright and cause difficulty in seeing, whether it’s sources such as a wet road, a windshield or direct sun.
Polarized sunglasses are one of the best ways to reduce this light without simply obscuring everything: polarized lenses filter light in a unique and useful way using a special filter that blocks the intense reflected light. So everyone can really benefit from them!
Why you need a pair of polarized sunglasses
The polarized sunglasses revolutionize the way we conceive the sunglasses, not necessarily imagining them as wearing glasses when there is to protect themselves from UV rays, but also to use every other day.
Polarized lenses are designed to increase visibility while minimizing glare and fatigue. And unless you like to spend all your time squinting in the sun, you’ll need a pair of yellow polarized sunglasses.
Yellow polarized sunglasses: a new version of a cornerstone
The yellow polarized sunglasses are a must-have for all day (or to cover dark circles after a night of partying) thanks to its lively shade. But you have to make sure that they fit the shape of the face. The Aviator style of the glasses of Bangood that you see in this post extends along the face: unless you have high cheekbones, this style will not make your face appear to be falling.
Aviator sunglasses are not so much a trend as a cornerstone that grows in popularity. Its new version is that they are made predominantly in acetate, with a single bridge in the area of the eyebrows. The key to avoid the pitfall is the search for details on the design, such as the golden frame and the colored lenses to make sure you are not too old-style.
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Photos: Giacinto Mozzetta