Besides the sun’s natural emissions of the blue light, the same high energy rays are emitted daily from TV screens, computers, and smartphones. These rays threaten your eye health and interrupt your sleep at night. The market is flooded with blue light blocking glasses that can help protect the eyes from straining, which brings us to today’s topic, blue light glasses from SmartBuy glasses as inspired by cinema.
The market has treated lenses for different purposes which have kept the science jury busy finding out if they are effective and improving eye health. But, before they arrive at a verdict, those facing the direct challenge are already using the anti-blue light glasses.
Some people get inspiration for a new look from watching their favorite movie characters and dress up like them. Spectacles wearing movie characters are the biggest influencers to eyewear.
With a pair of blue light glasses, you can watch your favorite movie, walk or drive in the sun comfortably and also stay on your computer for hours without straining your eyes. Here is a list of anti-blue light glasses that were influenced by certain movies.
Tom Ford Blue Light Glasses
In 1978, Christopher Reeves assumed the role of Superman as Clark Kent. He rocked the iconic glasses in style and changed his appearance, a move that completely changed his appearance. Most superman fans wear these glasses to fight the real enemy and keep their eyes healthy.
1. Harry Potter
From the modest Harry Potter series running from 2001 to 2011, The Harry Potter glasses are an adorable part of his fashion style in the entire series. The character has a humble style but misses a pair of Tom Ford FT5632 with tape on the nose bridge. The glasses add an elegant touch to anyone’s looks.
2. A Single Man
The movie, A single man debut was in 2009 and the blue light glasses Tom Ford FT5542 were worn by Colin Firth which he pulled out of his prop box. The character looked so cool in these glasses to inspire a pair known as “A Single Man Tom Ford glasses” titled the FT5178. They are glasses that spell style as per the movie but additional protection to your eyes. So, you look and appear cool like a movie superstar.
3. James Bond Skyfall (2012)
In 2012, James Bond featured in the movie Skyfall wearing the famous Tom Ford sunglasses design. The blockers worn by James are a similar design of sunglasses to Tom Ford’s. Its frames are pilot shaped which puts them in the front-line of fashion and style. These Tom Ford light blockers are in silver or elegant gold.
4. Avengers Infinity War (2018)
These Edith Tony Stark light blocker style glasses may be the most popular that featured in Avengers Infinity War in 2018. If this is your choice, then you get a matching Tom Ford FT5627 glasses. Although they might be fitted with an A.I system, your eyes are protected from the common light enemy!
5. Quay Australia Blue Blockers
Rocketman is a movie that narrates the life history of Elton John, the singer, songwriter, and composer. He changed the world in the 1970s through his music in an unapologetic style, which is uncommon to many. A pair of the sunglasses worn by Elton John had an iconic heart frame like those used in Rocketman. The whimsical Quay Australia QW-000308 are heart-shaped and are the closest thing to Elton John’s sunglasses.
6. Pretty Pink (1986)
It is ironic how the ’80’s fashion is still a source of inspiration to date. The Pretty Pink iconic glasses that are thin-rimmed round glasses are part of this inspiration. The Quay Australia QU-000379- blue light glasses that Molly Ringwald’s character assumed by Andie Walsh demonstrates self-love from the 1986 film.
7. zFORT™ Blue Light Technology
If big screens are your kind of way to watch movies, consider getting yourself a pair of zFORT™ technology to block blue light from hurting your eyes. Choose any frame and let them fit the zFORT™ blue blockers for you.
Don’t only go for fashion and style but opt for blue light glasses that protect and take good care of your eyes as they spell fashion. The above are the trending new light blockers, and you can buy any of them from SmartBuyGlasses.