Temples refer to the long arms attached to the frame with hinges/ screws attached to the frame front. It comes with a little bent at the tips to ensure they fit well behind the ears. Important details about the frame sizes are usually mentioned on the insides of the temple.


Lens Size

Bridge Size

Temple Size


Based on temple , bridge and lens  Frame size determine, Its come in three size






Frame Goes with Face Shape


Face Shape                     Frame Goes


Oval              -       Cateye , Aviator , Square, Rectangle ,  Wayfarer                                         


Diamond       -        Aviator , Cateye , Round , Oval 


Round           -        Aviator ,  Cateye , Square , Hexagon , Rectangle


Vtrinagle       -        Cateye , Aviator , Square , Hexagon , Rectangle , Wayfarer , Round


Oblong          -        Cateye , Aviator , Wayfarer , Rectangle , Oval


Square          -         Cateye ,  Wayfarer, Aviator , Round , Oval


Single Vision Lenses


Single vision glasses are designed to help people who require correction of farsightedness, nearsightedness, or astigmatism. These eyeglasses have just a single optical prescription correction and they distribute focus evenly over the entire surface area of the lens. Most people that wear glasses usually get this type. If you have multiple prescriptions you would require bifocal or multifocal eyeglasses.


Progressive lenses


Also referred to as "no-line bifocals," progressive lenses are specialized and advanced multifocal eyeglass lenses with different prescriptions. These lenses provide a smooth transition for intermediate and near vision and allow the wearer to see in one seamless lens at all distances.


Bifocal Lenses


The primary purpose of glasses bifocals is to provide the optimal balance between distance vision and near vision focusing needs. Eyeglasses with bifocal lenses are available with the reading segments in a variety of shapes and widths,

Before you buy your frame, it's crucial to understand the main components of your frame. Any eyeglass frame is made up of three main parts: the frame front, the temples, and the lenses. The eyeglass also consists of a rim, nose bridge, nose pads, hinges, and temple tips to support the frame on your face. Beside is a diagrammatic representation of the same:


The frame front is also known as the base or the chassis. The frame front shapes your face as it’s the largest part of the eyewear. This part of the frame can be made of various materials. You can choose from a range of materials:


Titanium, Wood, Acetate, TR 90,  Acrylics, and Stainless steel

The eyeglass frames are generally divided into three size categories:


Small      Medium        Large


Based on the size of your face. To determine the size that fits you, you have to either keep your prescription handy or look inside your old frame temples for finding the numeric specifications.


The frame size is expressed through a combination of numeric values that is written in sets for example: 52-19-140 representing eye size, bridge size and temple size respectively. 

Lens are the clear part of eyewear that is fitted into the frame. The lenses can be made with




MR8 Material


Depending on your demands. The lenses come with various unique features to protect your eyes like they might come with anti-reflective coatings to prevent sun-glare and reduce eye strain or EYEBLUE coatings to protect your eyes from harmful radiations OR Scratch resistant coatings.


 Eyeblue lenses


Eye-blue lenses feature a special coating that reflects harmful blue light and restricts it from passing through the lenses of your eyeglasses. Blue light is emitted from computer and mobile screens and long term exposure to this type of light increases the chances of retinal damage.