How To Adjust Sunglasses
Any fashionable male knows how to adjust sunglasses depending on the situation. Sunglasses have two very specific uses—to shield your eyes from the sun and to make you look good. How you adjust your sunglasses depends mostly on your mood and the weather.
- Adjust your sunglasses into the normal position. When you're on the beach at high noon or taking a walk down main street on a bright, sunny day, adjust your sunglasses to the standard position. The arms of the glasses should line right up with the outside corners of your eyes. Regardless of the size of your glasses, your eyes should be centered behind the tint.
Place your sunglasses all the way back on the top of your head. When you're indoors or in the shade, adjust your sunglasses to the crown of your head. They should sit about three inches behind your front hairline, preferably in a nest of hair if you have longer locks. When you wear your sunglasses in this position it says "I'm prepared, but not trying too hard to look cool." Don't rest the glasses on your forehead unless you want a crease there when you adjust your sunglasses back down.
- Adjust your sunglasses down to the tip of your nose. When you're scoping out a cutie from across the beach or trying to read the map while your friend is driving while still shielding your eyes from the sun and looking cool, adjust your sunglasses down to the tip of your nose. This way you can glance up slightly over the rims to see clearly, then move your eyes back down to look through the tint.