RAY BAN RB4101: This model can never go out of fashion as it can be found in every fashion loving women’s wardrobe. This feminine model in light brown, havana and black frames with matching shades are a ‘must have’ for all fashion conscious women out there.

OChoose sunglasses that are coated to protect your eyes from Uv rays. Do not be fooled by the dark tints that you see in fake sunglasses. These offer little protection.

There is myriad of fashion choices available for eyewear sunglasses in the market both for mens sunglasses and womens sunglasses – and Gucci takes it one step further. Irrespective of whether you like aviator or love donning different color shades, there will be something or other for every kind of choice. If blue is your preferred choice, there are ample of options in the line of Gucci sunglasses to choose for. If gray is your choice, there is huge range for that too.

Around the 1300s, the Judges in China wore smoky quartz lenses to conceal the expression on their faces. However, these glasses were pretty much rudimentary. They only managed to perhaps reduce glare but were not sophisticated enough to correct vision or provide protection from harmful Uv rays.

Then again, sunglasses should be one by every one who goes out in the sun to protect the eyes from cataracts and the eventual blindness that comes from these changes in your eye lens.

Make up a Princess: She is a princess in Maurya. She has a beautiful look and attractive temperament. Give her the elegant trimmed dress with the silver accents that will truly make her shine among the others. Don it with glittering jewels to make her glamorously sophisticated.

ONo matter how good they look, do not invest your money in fakes. They may seem inexpensive, but they will cause you more grief and harm in the long run.

Notice how some of the elderly have eyes that are clouded out. The clear lens of the eyes have become opaque due to the change in structure of the protein found in those natural lenses. These changes happen as a reaction to the UVB rays of the sun over time. With cataracts, the originally clear lens of the eye becomes opaque with time. Instead of clear vision, your vision gets blurry and if left untreated, you can go blind.