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In addition to being lightweight, titanium frames boast a huge number of benefits over other frame materials.
Have sensitive skin? Choosing titanium eyeglass frames will go a long way in ensuring that your eyewear doesn't irritate your complexion. This is largely in part because titanium is hypoallergenic. However, It's important to note that if you're looking to make the most out of this particular benefit, you'll need to ensure the frames you pick clearly state they're made from 100% titanium. Some “titanium” frames on the market are only made partially from titanium as a way to cut production cost, and may not be as kind to your skin.
Taking your glasses off and on for reading, or just prone to losing them?A new pair of flexible titanium frames will quickly become your new best friend - the material is incredibly strong while still allowing enough wiggle room to reduce snapping potential in the event that your frames were to get stepped on, or banged around from being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Titanium glasses frames are also far less prone to discoloration than frames made from other types of metal. This is due to the way that they hold up against and interact with the natural oils on your face when they rest against your skin.
Getting all of the benefits that come along with titanium frames doesn't mean having to settle for glasses that look boring. Titanium frames have come a long way from where they used to be, and they can be found in all sorts of shapes and sizes.
Although, if you’re looking for a bold look, or a bright pop of color, you may be more likely to find what you’re after with our other metal or plastic frame offerings.
Titanium womens eyeglass frames and mens titanium eyeglass frames don't differ all that much. Many of the styles and colors can be found all across the board, but there are some key differences with how the frames fit on the face, so it's important to keep that in mind if you find a frame that you like.
When it comes to color selection, there are some basic tips to consider that might help you to narrow down your choices. All you need to do to take advantage of them is determine whether your underlying skin tone is warm or cool.
Generally speaking, people with warm underlying skin tones can best accentuate their natural look by choosing a pair of warmly colored frames to complement their natural glow. Luckily, titanium frames now come in a broad range of warm hues.
Why not try out a classic gold or bronze?
The same "rule" goes for those with cool underlying skin tones. By letting titaniums natural cool silver color take center stage, you're helping your skin to shine, too!
Of course, you don’t have to follow that advice. People with cool underlying skin tones rock warmly colored frames all of the time, and vice versa.
If you’re looking to keep your look sophisticated and simple, you may also want to look into rimless options.
Check out our growing selection of titanium eyewear to see what all of the hype is about!