Frequently Asked Questions


How do I place an order?

Just browse the site and choose your desired frame(s). It is crucial that you submit your prescription to get the selected pair. Then, you can also select your lenses and additional coatings.

How do I know if a frame is in stock?

If you found it on our website, we have it.

Can you help me choosing a style?

Definitely, if you need any help, feel free to call us or send an email. We’ll be right here to assist you with every aspect of ordering.

Can I order more than one pair of glasses per order?

Of course. You can order how many pairs you like, and put them in Your Cart.


What types of frames are sold on Glasses and Glasses?

We offer high-quality Full Rim, Semi Rim, and Rimless frames that will fit your budget and style.

Do you offer children’s frames?

Absolutely! We offer many styles to choose from.

Should I select Full Rim, Semi Rim or Rimless glasses?

Full Rim provide an intellectual look that is quite popular among teenagers and younger people. This style is also a bit more durable than the other two options. Semi Rim glasses are usually more popular with people with narrower faces as the frames will show more of your face than Full Rim glasses. Rimless glasses are perfect for people who like glasses to feel almost invisible on their faces. They are fragile, though, so the extra care is essential.

What frame style is the best fit for my face shape?

When choosing the right frame for your glasses, it is important to follow this advice: you should always select a frame that contrasts with the shape of your face. An oval or round frame is the best fit for a square face. A rectangular frame is most adequate for oval or round faces. The bottom-heavy or narrow frame is perfect for a heart-shaped face.


What are the types of lenses you’re offering?

We offer computer lenses, transition lenses, bifocal lenses, and progressive lenses.

Computer lenses protect your eyes from dangerous and irreversible digital screen damage. Working at a computer for a long periods may cause eye-strain, blurred vision, red eyes, among other symptoms. Computer glasses aim to relieve these difficulties while improving your sight.

Transition lenses are also known as photochromic lenses. These lenses adjust to changes in light to optimize your eyesight. The sensitivity of the light is reduced because transition lenses protect the eye from UV rays. They will keep your eyes safer from cataracts and other age-related eye problems.

Bifocal lenses will allow you to see both near and far. These two areas are divided by a horizontal line that sits across the lens. The top half is used for distance viewing while the bottom half is used for a closer look. Although bifocals can be tricky to adapt to at first, almost all users become accustomed within a short period.

Progressive lenses aim to provide a more natural correction of presbyopia than bifocal lenses and can give you a cosmetic advantage. With progressive lenses, you can see plainly from the room and out there. You likewise can look ahead to see your PC in the middle of the road zone and drop your look descending to peruse and do excellent work serenely through the adjacent area of the lenses.

How are bifocal and free-form progressive distances decided?

Usually, 60% of the lens height is devoted to seeing at a distance while 40% is for reading.

Can I but the lenses separately?

No, the lenses come with the frames as a package.


What forms of payment do you accept?

At the moment, we accept valid credit cards such as Visa, Master Card, and American Express. We may add more payment methods in the future.

Is the payment information secure?

Certainly! All the information related to your credit card is used only for completing your purchase; we do not store it or keep it in any way.

Can I get a copy of my sales invoice?

Of course. You can use your online account to download an invoice.