Anyone who wears glasses regularly knows that glasses slipping off can be very irritating. It is a fundamental problem that can be solved, though. Please keep on reading.
You need to choose the correct frame size
There are three reference values for eyeglass size, the width of the nose bridge, the width of the lenses and the length of the temples. The one that has the most influence on the slippage of the glasses is the length of the temples. The temples are straight lines at the front and a curve at the back. The glasses will slide forward and down if the temples are too long. The right length can ensure that the glasses are fixed on the face and do not move easily. You can adjust the length of the temples by adjusting the degree of bending of the temples yourself.
Chose your frames according to the bridge of your nose
People with a low nose bridge must choose glasses with nose pads. People with low noses can not keep the lenses at the right height. People with oily skin need to clean the nosepiece frequently to make it more non-slip.
Get lighter glasses and lenses
Glasses that are too heavy can make them slip easily. SLLAC has an ultralight glasses collection from which you can choose frames that are less than 14g. If you have a strong prescription, choose thin lenses. The thicker the lenses are, the heavier they will also be.