Which type of sunglasses suit my face app?
If you need help shopping for your perfect pair of glasses at SelectSpecs, here are the top 5 apps that might help you!
- Face Shape Meter from VisTech. …
- Glasses Camera from Keliang Li (free) …
- Glassify from XLabz Technologies (free) …
- Virtual Dressing Room from Mikhail Zelin (free) …
- PD Meter from Tech Positive (free)
Is there an app that lets you try sunglasses?
Called Glasses.com 3D Fit, the app will enable you to try on and compare different frames with a digital image of your face. … Users can then try on thousands of sunglasses and frames through Glasses.com’s online inventory. You can filter by brand, color, and style, and compare up to four frames at the same time.
How do I know what sunglasses suit me?
Oval faces tend to have well-proportioned features, with the forehead and chin somewhat narrower and the cheeks more pronounced. If you have an oval face you’re in luck, as almost any type of sunglasses will suit you. So the choice depends more on the effect you’re looking for.
Is GlassesUSA com legit?
Legit AF. No shady business here. GlassesUSA is a certified reseller for a large variety of brands and designers so you know your glasses are the real deal.
What is my PD?
Starting with the right eye, line up the zero end of the ruler at your pupil; measure the distance from your right to your left pupil. The millimeter number that lines up with your left pupil is the measurement you want. That number is your PD.