There is a weird zoom phenomenon that we have been noticing lately. Our eyes are straining from too much zooming and our vision is getting blurry. In addition, it turns out most people look better during zoom calls when wearing readers. Glasses can perk up your face and add definition to the eyes without makeup.
The name of these glasses is just the icing on the cake- we adore these two-tone Eyebobs Peckerhead Readers for $89 at Zappos.com. For the brunettes in the crowd, this is a winner in either red and white tortoise, or in all brown tortoise. Plus they come in a range of strengths- from +1 up to +3.
These Cheeky and Boli readers for $57.00 on Etsy.com also range in strength from +1 up to +3. We especially love that they come in .25, .50 and .75 strengths and that they are impossibly chic. As an added plus, delivery is free.
Take a walk on the wild side in this beautiful blue frame that flatters just about everyone. For only $14.99, these Gabriel and Simone readers are available at Zulily.com. At either +1 or +1.25, they’re perfect for anyone that needs just a little bit of help.
There is a lot of talk about blue light glasses. If you have eye strain or your vision is blurry after hours on your screen, it’s worth a try. These Domino Computer Readers at Readers.com are certainly good looking and well-priced at $19.95. They come in a wide range of strength levels and 4 colors.Sign up for emails and save 25%, plus Rakuten.com offers additional cash back savings. (If you prefer not signing up for emails, look for coupon codes instead.)
Are you the type that needs a pair of readers in every room? And maybe a pair for the car too? You can’t beat $15.95 for 5 pairs of glasses at Amazon.com. These readers start at +.75 strength (who knew that existed?) and go all the way up to +6. We think the mixed color set is definitely the most fun.
These movie-star chic sunglasses, are so pretty you will want to wear them on your zoom calls, but we have included these in case you want a pair of sunglasses for back yard reading this summer. They’re also great for driving. Look straight and they are regular sunglasses; look down and they’re readers. The Drama Bifocal Reader is available in four colors and correction levels ranging from +1.25 to +4.00 also at Reader.com for $21.95. Remember, this website gives you extra savings when you sign up for emails or use coupon codes and even more savings with Rakuten.com.