How To Take
Measurements of the
Eyeglasses Frame?

Take the glasses you’re wearing in your hands and look at the inner side of the temples (or arms of the glasses as they’re called).

You’ll spot a combination of numbers on any inner side of the temples.
For example, numbers like 4822140? This is the measurement of the whole frame- ‘48 is the width of the lens, ‘22’ is the length of the bridge, and ‘140’ is the length of the temple (arm).

Size of eyeglasses is based on the width of the lens size (in millimetres).

49 and below


53 and above

How to choose the right
eyeglasses for your face shape?

The trick is to soften or sharpen the features of your face.


  • 1 Forehead, cheekbones, and jaw are of the same width.
  • 2 The jaw has sharp angles to it.

Recommended Glasses: Round, oval, cat-eyes, or pilot frames.


  • 1 Width of the forehead and jaw is almost the same.
  • 2 Cheekbones are the widest part of your face.
  • 3 Chin is short and rounded.

Recommended Glasses: Square, pilots, rectangle, and geometrical glasses.


  • 1 Face is longer than it is wide and forehead is tall.
  • 2 Cheekbones are the widest part of your face.
  • 3 No sharp angles on your jaw and chin.

Pro tip: Go for oversized frames with bold features and color.


  • 1 The jawline is wider than your cheekbones.
  • 2 The forehead is the smallest part of your face.

Recommended: Round, cat-eyes, square, pilots, and geometrical frames

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Usually, faces aren’t a perfect square, round, oval, or triangle. Look in the mirror
and figure out the dominant shape. Trust your instincts for this, after all,
you just need a general idea of it.

How to Read Your Prescription

Ah! We know the prescription isn’t easy to grasp. All that ‘+’ &‘-‘, acronyms like ‘CYL’ and ‘SPH’, and grids are a bummer. Here’s a super-simple explanation of it all:


Bet you didn’t know this before, but cleaning your glasses with clothes damages the lenses. Here’s a thorough way to keep them squeaky clean.

Cleaning The Glasses

To clean your glasses, the easiest way to go about it is to use water and a mild soap.

Storing The Glasses

Keepthe glasses in a case when you’re not wearing those. If the glasses are in the case, they are also safe from scratches and breaks.

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