20 Jul, 2019 @ 15:13
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Specsavers Opticas have everything you need to stay safe in the sun and some super cool shades

DURING the hot Spanish summer, it’s vital that you protect your eyes from damaging UV rays. Specsavers Opticas in Fuengirola and Marbella are offering eye protection advice and sharing their tips for being safe and stylish, with this summer’s coolest sunnies. 

Always use eye sun protection and choose lenses which are UV400 effective.

Polarised lenses offer protection from glare, which is especially useful when driving.

Supersize your lenses, or choose wraparound styles so that less light will filter in through the sides.

Here are three top styles to choose this summer to keep your eyes protected and look great too!  

ROSE TINTED 

Pink is the colour of the season for women. We love the contrast of this translucent rose acetate with the dark-grey tinted lenses. Annipe Sun RX €89 

ADD A LITTLE COLOUR

These cool shades embrace the trend for colour and prints and are a great way to inject some fun into your look with confetti-like pops of colour. MARC JACOBS SUN RX 02 €149 for 2 pairs. 

MAKE A STATEMENT

Express your individuality and stand out from the crowd with hyper intense colour, bold prints and standout shapes this summer.  KENZO KZ3500S SUN RX €199

Find your perfect style at www.specsavers.es or visit your nearest store, in Marbella or Fuengirola.

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