Fake glasses, or as they are more commonly referred to, non prescription glasses, are glasses without any corrective lenses. They are often worn as a fashion accessory rather than for the purpose of correcting vision. They have plano lenses instead of prescription lenses.
Fake glasses are made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, and acetate. They are available in all wide range of styles, colors, and shapes to suit different fashion trends and personal preferences. Some fake glasses even have decorative or tinted lenses, even though they do not have any prescription power.
Fake glasses have gained popularity in recent years, with many people wearing them as a trendy accessory rather than for their intended use. Some people may wear them to make a fashion statement, while others may use them as a tool for disguising their appearance or for costume purposes.
Fake glasses can be a fun and affordable way to change up your look as they do not offer any vision correction. If you need glasses to correct your vision, consult with your optometrist and get a proper prescription.
Many people like to purchase spectacles and use the demo lenses that come with them. This isn’t always a smart thing to do. Demo lenses were not intended to be used for long periods of time and can cause headaches or other issues. It is better to get plano lenses put in them.