There are two tips you could do at home to fix that problem. One of them is to wash the glasses with soapy water, according to AARP.
Discussions on women’s dress code in the workplace have erupted on Japanese social media following reports that some companies are preventing female employees from wearing glasses at work.
Media outlets in Japan, including the Nippon TV network, alleged that companies had different reasons for “banning” eyewear for female employees, reports Japan Times.
Japanese eyewear brand JINS has released a new collection in partnership with YouTuber Wesley Chan, one of the founding trio behind Wong Fu Productions.
The collaboration is part of the company’s influencer program called “JINS Designed By,” which “unlocks the potential of today’s innovators to express ideas.”
People of Asian descent have historically had a hard time finding glasses that fit them. Why? Because most of us have narrow and/or low nose bridges and other different facial features compared to other ethnic groups.
“Asian individuals tend to have more of a flatter face with the cheekbones very projected compared to the typical European,” Mark Hubbe, assistant professor of anthropology at Ohio State University, told QZ in 2013.
We can all agree that Ali Wong is one of the most brilliant comedians out there, but we were all probably surprised after learning that she’s also one of the most epic life-hackers – specifically speaking, the secret behind the iconic glasses she always wears in her stand-up and series/movies.
It turns out, most – if not all – of Wong’s glasses are actually sunglasses that she converted into prescription glasses, according to BuzzFeed. I know!