Unlike adults, children do not view glasses as a mean to enhance their appearance or make a fashion statement. This, however, doesn’t mean that they don’t want to look cool. However, parents still want to choose a frame that won’t easily break and can withstand the wear and tear put on them by kids. Since children cannot be expected to always be gentle on their glasses, their glasses should be light, strong and easy to wear. In other words, when looking for kids glasses frames, you should give importance to comfort, safety and durability.
If you are unsure whether your child needs glasses, here are 8 signs your child may have a vision problem.
You should look for the following when buying glasses frames for your children:
Plastic frames are light and comfortable. They are also strong and durable if they have enough thickness. They come in many different designs and colors children will love.
Try: Converse Kids Pop Purple
Wire Rim Frames
Wire rim frames do not slide down the nose because they feature comfortable nose pads. Metal frames are very adjustable for a perfect fit on your child’s face.
Try: Tommy Hilfiger 2002 Brown
Cool Designs and Colors
Younger kids love frames with cartoon characters on them, such as Spongebob and Hello Kitty. Older kids may want to try out colored frames. Let you kid have some fun and pick out a funky frame that suits them best!
Try: Hello Kitty HK215 3 Rose
Proper Bridge Fit
Children’s noses are not fully developed and plastic frames often slide down their bridge. Metal frames have no such problem because they have adjustable nose pads. If you are looking at buying a plastic frame, you should buy one that is just right for your child’s nose.
Our favorite kid’s glasses frames are good for children of all ages, including infants, toddlers and preschoolers. When buying glasses for your children, you should first get a prescription from an eye care professional first. Then, look for a comfortable and durable pair of glasses that your child loves to wear!