If the nose pads on the knockoff Oakleys glasses frame can be adjusted, try making them smaller. Some frames and nose pads are not one piece and can be adjusted by yourself. Grasp the outer edges of the nose pads with your index finger and thumb and carefully push them closer together. Make sure the nose pads move the same distance on both sides so that the knockoff Oakley glasses don’t go up and down.
If you accidentally push the nose pads too close, you can push them apart again to widen the gap.
Be careful not to bend the nose pads too much so you don’t accidentally break them.
If you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself, you can take your frame to an optical store or an optometrist and ask them to adjust it for you.
Adjust the angle of the temple area of the glasses so that they fit snugly against the head.
The angle of the temple area determines whether the temples fit the sides of the head, firmly attached to the head. For metal frames, hold the bottom of the temple with your non-dominant hand and hold the end of the temple with needle-nose pliers with your other hand. Carefully bend the temples toward the inside of the frame to make them more secure. For plastic frames, heat them with a hair dryer on high heat for 1-2 minutes, then bend them by hand.
You can also go to an optometrist with the frame and have them adjust it for you.
Attach non-slip ear hooks to the temple sleeves to keep them from shifting. Ear hooks are small rubber loops that slip into the temples to prevent glasses from slipping off your ears. Slide the ear hooks into the ears of the temples on both sides to keep the glasses flat.
You can buy non-slip ear hooks online or at optical stores.
Get the right size frame of knockoff Oakleys
Measure your face to confirm the frame size that fits you. Go to an optical store or an optometrist and ask them to measure your face. An optician or optometrist will measure exactly the length of lenses, bridge and temples you need.
For example, your glasses might be 55-18-140, where 55mm is the lens width, 18mm is the bridge width, and 140mm is the temple length.
If your glasses already fit your head very well, then check the size directly by looking at the 3 sets of numbers marked on the temples.
Some glasses-buying apps have measurement tools that help you estimate the right size for you using your phone’s camera.
Tip: Don’t go for “one-size-fits-all” frames, they may be too big or too small for you and slip off easily.
Buy glasses with anti-slip bars on the ends of the temples. These glasses do not slip off easily. The anti-slip strip is made of rubber, which is inserted into the frame to increase friction and prevent the glasses from slipping off. Once you’ve confirmed your frame size, look for glasses with non-slip strips on the ends of the temples and wear them to see how they feel.
If the frame is too tight, it will become more uncomfortable to wear.
If you can’t find glasses with anti-skid strips, you can also buy anti-skid strips to cover the glasses yourself.
Use adjustable nose pads to tighten them at any time. The nose pads of many glasses are not integrated with the frame, making it easy to adjust. Once you’ve confirmed your frame size, look for glasses with adjustable nose pads at your local optical store or online. If the nose pads are too loose to attach securely to the bridge of your nose, you can push them closer to better adhere to your face.
If your preferred frame doesn’t have adjustable nose pads, you can attach nose pads to help support your glasses.