How to Choose the Perfect Eyeglasses for your Hairstyle

iStock_000002590880XSmall-201x300It’s almost summer in Orlando, which means it’s time for messy up-dos, curled buns and sun-bleached strands.

It goes without saying that you’ll be pulling out your favorite shades and eyeglasses to complete your looks this season. But, have you ever wondered if your eyeglasses match your hairstyle? Instead of only worrying about face shape when picking out your next pair of glasses, you should also consider matching your eyeglasses to your hairstyle. Striking eyeglass-hairstyle leave lasting impressions and we’re here to help you do just that!

Flowing Bangs
Sleek Ponytails
Middle Part: Do you part your hair down the middle? If you’re game for a little fun, try on a pair of retro, cat-eye eyeglasses.
Choosing the perfect pair of eyeglasses for your hairstyle shows that you have class and a sense of style. Taking a few moments to make sure everything coordinates will set you apart from the pack this summer.

Now that you’ve learned all about matching your eyeglasses to your hairstyle, it’s time to take advantage of our latest sale where you can get 30% off your first pair of glasses and a second pair for free.  Why not purchase a pair for when you’re wearing your hair up and another for when you’re letting your locks flow.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

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You Should Have Your Eyes Examined Annually

You Should Have Your Eyes Examined AnnuallyOur eyes are very delicate organs, and we should plan routine eye exams whether or not we notice any problems.

Some other reasons for having eyes examined annually are:

  1. Myopia: short-sightedness, or the inability to see things at a distance
  2. Hyperopia: far-sightedness, or the inability to see things at close distances
  3. Eyeglass prescription changes occur every 1 to 2 years
  4. Presbyopia: the inability to see things at near after the age of 40 years
  5. Contact lens wearers are at greater risk of eye infections and corneal ulcers
  6. It is important that your vision meets certain legal standards for driving and certain occupations.

By getting your eyes checked regularly, you’ll be able to keep them healthy your whole life. Neglect can be costly!

Click here to schedule an eye exam at 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore.

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Keep Your Children’s Eyes Healthy!

back-to-schoolSchool is almost back in session which means it’s time to think about protecting your child’s vision. Proper eye care ensures your child will see everything their teacher shows them. Here are some tips on how to protect your child’s vision.

Visit the Optometrist

Before school is in session, take your child to your local optometrist to have a detailed eye examination.

Eat Properly

It’s imperative that your child eats a nutritious diet to maintain healthy eyes.

Emergency Situations

If your child comes to you with something in his or her eyes, flush them for at least 20 minutes.

If you’re an Orlando resident, bring your child into any 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore location for a full examination. Make sure you arrive 15 – 20 minutes prior to your desired appointment time to fill out the required paperwork.

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9 Worst Eye Care Mistakes You’re Making

9 Worst Eye Care Mistakes You’re MakingYou rely on your eyes from the moment you wake up to when you turn off the lights at night. But are you really giving your eyes the care they deserve?

You rely on them from the moment you wake up to when you turn off the lights at night. But are you really giving your eyes the care they deserve?

Here’s What not to do to make sure your vision stay healthy well into your golden days.

1. Sleeping In Contact Lenses

2. Touching And Rubbing Your Eyes

3. Not Getting Your Eyes Check Annually

4. Staring at Devices All Day Long

5. Appling Eyeliner To Your Waterline

6. Sleeping In your Makeup

7. Using Expired Solution to Clean Your Lenses

8. Relying on Redness-Reducing Drops

9. Not Wearing Sunglasses

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The human eye is an amazing organ that most of us rely on every waking moment of the day. From morning till night, our vision allows us to see beautiful Florida sunsets, our beloved family and much more. Here at 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore, our main goal is to keep you up-to-date on everything related to eye care and eye health.

Are you due to visit the optometrist?

doctor-visitAre you due to visit the optometrist? Even if you don’t wear glasses and your eyes are feeling fine, we’re here to share several reasons why you should get your eyes tested on a regular basis.

Visiting your local optometrist allows doctors to look directly at your blood vessels which can reveal early warning signs of serious health problems such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes before the symptoms show up anywhere else in the body.

Depending on your health and age, you should also visit the optometrist to make sure you are above driving standards. Sometimes people won’t even realize they have blurred vision as deterioration tends to happen quite slowly over time. Driving standards are very strict and you might be driving illegally without even knowing it! If you were involved in a car accident and your vision was found to be below the legal standard, your insurance might be void. This is a worst case scenario but it’s better to be safe than sorry!

A visit to the optometrist can also let you know if you have a lazy eye. This is especially important for children, so if you are a parent or guardian, make sure you take your kids in for regular eye exams. Check out our post on Top 5 Tips on Choosing Children’s Eyeglasses for more information on bring your kids to the optometrist.

Certain eye diseases such as Glaucoma show no symptoms and most people are unaware of it until it’s too late. Regular visits to your optometrist can easily pick up eye diseases such as these to ensure your vision is protected.

Do you suffer from regular headaches and wonder what the cause is? You should visit your optometrist! A large percentage of headaches are caused by visual problems and most general practitioners will recommend you get your eyes tested to see if that is the problem.

We hope this article has inspired you to visit your local optometrist. Your vision is priceless and a thirty minute appointment once a year is certainly something you should be able to commit too. Getting your eyes tested regularly will help you stay on top of your general health, eye diseases and even headaches!

Want to schedule an eye exam at 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore? You can schedule an eye exam online here, or call 407-767-5600



Your vision is priceless and it is important that you maintain your visual wellness by scheduling a yearly comprehensive eye exam with your optometrist or ophthalmologist. Drop into 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore for all your eye care needs. We have a frame for every face and a price for any budget. We also have Independent Optometrists located on site who will be happy to examine your vision.

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Eyeglasses For Your Children

iStock_000020074017XSmall-270x300According to, approximately one in twenty preschoolers wear eyeglasses. This is an important statistic to consider if you haven’t taken your child to get his or her eyes checked. If you find out your little bundle of joy needs corrective lenses, here’s how to choose the best frames:

1. Choose eyeglasses that flatter your child’s face. Most children have round faces which means a squarish style will look best. You should also choose smaller frames.

2. Pick frames that are flexible for your child. We know bright, colorful, plastic frames are all the rage for 2013 but they can be brittle and break easily. Metal frames are easier to adjust and you should look for eyeglasses with titanium hinges that will bend easily with your children’s movements.

3. Pick frames that are impact-resistant such as polycarbonate lenses. We all remember gym class, make sure your child’s eyeglasses will stand the “ball in the face” test. Another way to protect your child’s lenses is to add an antireflective coating.

The best way to choose eyeglasses for your children is to include them in the process. Personally, my daughter needed to start wearing eyeglasses when she was six years old. I was very worried that she wouldn’t want to wear eyeglasses, but, surprisingly, she was very excited to purchase her new frames! She started a trend in her school and all the kids begged their parents to purchase frames, even if they didn’t need a prescription!

If you’re on the market for new eyeglasses for your children, we hope you’ll consider 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore. You’re welcome to bring your little one into any of our locations and try on as many pairs as you like. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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