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  • Rainbow Contacts aren't just for Gimmicks

    Posted by Nadeem Ali

    Lesbian couple showing joy in a vintage shot.Homosexuality involves the underlying bisexuality at play when a person naturally feels attracted to the same gender, rather than of the opposite sex. The social perceptions are ingrained in every individual and these perceptions simply prevent a person from entertaining their homosexual tendencies. Most of the time these social perceptions are developed during childhood, especially within schools and societies. In fact, families and communities that encourage homosexuality are likely to have more homosexuals.

    However, homosexuality is not a problem and will never be one. If you happen to be one of those people classified in this type of sexuality, you must never be afraid of coming out.

    "You must be proud of it and stand up to what you truly believe in."

    If you are one of those people who are having a hard time coming out of your shell, you can simply start little by little. So, how do you start?

    Well, one simple way of showing pride is by wearing rainbow contact lenses. This trendy and innovative product actually has its rainbow design on the surface, and it is CE and FDA approved. Every box contains sterile hydrophilic contact lenses that are suitable for use for a whole 6 months. Wearing this unique lens from TheAspecs will simply help you be yourself without being too bold or overdramatic.

    Multicolored Rainbow Contacts worn by HumanThis novelty eyewear has the rainbow colors pigmented in to them, which symbolizes the gay pride flag and represents the LGBT community. Not only that, it is also a symbol of peace and the colors are a reflection of diversity of the LGBT community. The flag, however, is mainly used for freedom rights' marches for the LGBT community. So, you might ask, what is the connection of these multicolored contacts with your sexuality? Will it make a big difference for you? Will it make a great impact? The truth is, yes. It will make a world of difference for you, a great impact and a purpose. Homosexuality is not a curse, but a blessing. You are blessed and you need to show the world how grateful you are as a person. These multicolored contact lenses will allow people to see you beyond just your eyes, and can be a powerful step forward. They will get a better idea of what you are fighting for and for what you really want to be.

    Embrace your homosexuality and be brave enough to wear this novelty eye piece.





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  • Sunglass Trends

    Posted by Nadeem Ali

    girl holding up flowers looking back at camera with her sunglasses on. 

    Sunglasses have reached new heights as a fashionable wardrobe component.

    In a world where privacy is under constant redefinement and – some say —relentless attack, sunglass designers have responded with a spectacular range of privacy-protection. Fashion-forward decisions can include very precise degrees of exposure to the world, from the impenetrable mirrored shields of Ic! Berlin (“Arnouxstrabe”) to the playful gradients of Linda Farrow (“Luxe Aviator”) and Blinde (“I Want Candy”).

    Just as body-tone and physical strength have become essential components of beauty and health, sunglasses that meet the high-performance needs of athletes and sports-lovers have risen in prominence. Iridium lenses give Oakley glasses a distinctive aura, reminding purchasers of the company’s dual dedication to science and design. The lifestyle span of their products extends from traditional auto-racing (“Heritage Racing Jacket”) to newer urban sports like skateboarding (“Garage Rock”). For an even-longer endorsement of the dual goals of performance and fine design, explore the offerings of Persol (“649” and “714”), which has been outfitting professional pilots and drivers since 1917.  For specific issues of glare, Vuarnet (“VL 1121”) and Costa del Mar (“Caballito”) blend science and design to produce handsome glasses with superb eye-protection. Luxury eyewear has become a lifestyle tool for active, action-loving consumers.

    The frequent fashion uses of sunglass eyewear throughout the Spring shows in Europe and New York sets new standards for sunglasses as a major fashion accessory.

    In show after show, clear and tinted eyeglasses were major components of an overall look. Except for a few glamlusters, the days of buy-buy-buy-bang-and-clatter fashion are dead. Stunning hair, fabulous fabric and some spectacular accessories characterize the look of the 20th century. Fashion sunglasses add color and contours, replacing fussy jewelry and too many wraps. Shoes, bag, dress and glasses are a good-to-go combination quickly assembled and easily worn in a wide range of situations and settings.


    Woman with a bold scarf and lipstick sporting designer sunglasses.

    Fun colors and gradient lenses permit close eye-contact and clear views of wearers. Color can be either a frame component or a distinctive lens.  For both men and women, Alain Mikli concentrates on frame materials (“AL1237 Crystal Cube”) while Oliver Peoples surrounds a rainbow of colored lenses with lightweight wire frames (“1005S Aero”). Since frame designs are classic, both designers offer great options to those who are new to adding fashion-statement eyewear to their looks. Ic! Berlin (“Dark Energy Black Electric Violet”) and Retrosuperfuture (“Super AND Primo Reflekt”) open the doors to fun eyewear design for fashion-lovers ready to make bold statements.

    To launch a look that is distinctively yours, establish several design constants with a single, major fashion-driven variable. Perhaps the most familiar such decision is the oversized-dark-eye that shouts “Hollywood.” Your own look can be far more well-spoken and subtle. Look across brands to determine a brow-line that really suits your face. Treat yourself to a year of round lenses (geometrics are hot this year) in colors from fuschia to electric blue. Find a frame-weight that balances your features, and wear it in tortoise shell, bone, ebony and the new acetates. Sunglasses are everywhere, and it looks as though in fashion they’re here to stay!

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  • Persol: A Work of Art

    Posted by BuyX Getone

    Here is an interesting video on one of our favorite eyewear companies, Persol. When it comes to luxury eyewear, Persol is in a league of its own. You can check out some models and color combos here:

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  • Watch VUARNET Sunglass Lenses Being Made!

    Posted by BuyX Getone

    Vuarnet makes some of the most technically advanced lenses in the business. Their SKILYNX and PX5000 lenses are incredible to ski and ride in, and the Vuarnet company history is even more incredible.

    The Vuarnet brand was developed from the invention of the Skilynx lens in 1957 by French opticians Roger Pouilloux and Joseph Hatchiguian. The sunglasses were originally marketed under the name Skilynx Acier, and were provided to the French Ski Team. In 1961, after winning the gold medal in Downhill at the 1960 Winter Olympics, Alpine Ski Racer Jean Vuarnet delighted with the functionality of Pouilloux and Hatchiguian’s glasses, decided to become more involved with the brand. Vuarnet has been setting the standard in sunglass excellence ever since.

    Check out our entire stock here:

    TheAspecs Presents: Vuarnet

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