Wear reading glasses and don't know if I would wear contacts if my vision went out further.
I wear glasses. I can't stand the idea of putting contacts in my eyes. I don't even like to use eyedrops unless I must. Besides, I think glasses are really cute and fashionable.
I wear eyeglasses way back in high school,, but changed it to contact lens coz the center of my eyeglasses which touches my nose always leaves mark and that makes me so ugly,,,my vision is aroun 350 +,,but I hate wearing contact lens because its so disturbing when I have to remove it. But good to have both, when you're out then you can wear your contacts, but when you're just at home, you just wear your old glasses. Anyways hope to have my eyes lasered someday. cheers!
I wear glasses, have done for years. I have tried contact lenses, but was really squeamish about putting them in, and if I managed that there was no guarantee I would be able to get them out!
So, I am still wearing glasses and hate it, I should wear them all the time, but seem to have got use to seeing stuff blurry!
glasses , , ,I don't think from what they tell me contacts would work unless I still had glasses for one field or the other.
I wear colored contacts sometimes, depends on what outfit I am wearing for the day.
I wore glasses for most of my elementary school years. I hated that. I was teased so much. I started to wear contacts when I turned 18 years old, and I loved it ever since. Most people say i look better with contacts. I agree!!!!!!
by Nithya Venkat 9 years ago
What are the advantages and disadvantages of wearing a contact lens?
by Snurre 6 years ago
Do any of people here who wear glasses enjoy wearing them? If yes, why?I know that quite a few people who wear glasses (especially nearsighted people) enjoy wearing them. I'd like to know the reasons behind it.
by Edward Zhang 9 years ago
The pros and cons of glasses vs. contacts?I wear glasses, and I've always been weary of wearing contacts. I've heard stories about contacts rolling to the back of eyes and drying out while napping, etc.
by Helen Murphy Howell 9 years ago
Why do so many of us need glasses/contact lenses or whatever? Even although there are billions of humans on this planet, there is still a high proportion of us who need some form of correction for poor eyesight - from a young age and not just when getting older. Do you think that human beings have...
by Lavender Jade 7 years ago
Does anyone wear bifocal contact lens? I am thinking about trying them, any tips?My eyesight is getting to the point were I need to wear bifocal glasses, I do wear contact lens' and thought that I might try bifocal contact lens and not glasses.
by Brinafr3sh 9 years ago
Do you wear eyeglasses?And if so, what type do you wear? I wear reading eyeglasses, for reading.
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