How the Color of your Reading Glasses Affects your Mood
Psychology of Color: How Switching Up Your Eyeglasses Can Change Your Mood
Seeing through “rose-colored glasses” isn’t just a saying, studies show that the colors of designer eyeglass frames and other forms of eyewear can affect your mood, giving off specific vibes. How are you feeling today, what’s the message you want to portray when you walk into a room full of strangers? As subtle as it may seem, the color of your eyeglass frame could be shaping your personality. Find out what color is saying about your personality and mood:
Confident, passionate, sexy, dangerous – our associations with the color red are varied, but strong nonetheless. If you are feeling assertive, want attention or need to make a statement, wearing red could give just the boost you need. Ladies who combine red lipstick with red reading glasses like our Sally readers (above) are sure to grab some attention.
The color green is the easiest color on the eye and reduces fatigue. Choosing this color will automatically inspire a feeling of rest and relaxation. Green also subconsciously reminds us of nature and can bring a sense of balance. If you need to be mentally refreshed, wear a splash of green. Our Darby reading glasses (above) are a soft shade of green that complement any skin tone or eye color!
Pink is often associated with affection and gives off a gentle, compassionate and nurturing vibe that is often associated with traditional female characteristics. If you or someone you know is coaching, counseling, listening or in a position of care, pink is a great choice for eyeglass frames. Try our Bubblegum readers (above) with soft pink frames and paisley arms!
The color orange is like an invisible glass of coffee, giving off instant bursts of energy and alertness. This color is both inviting and creative. If orange is your color, our Kira reading glasses (above) are the perfect fit!
Yellow is one of the strongest colors from a psychological standpoint. It is also harder on the eyes. It tends to inspire optimism and confidence in moderate forms, but too much of this color can activate anxiety and agitate young children. Use this color moderately when you need a mood booster. Our Valentina readers (above) are the perfect balance that you’re looking for!
I Heart Eyewear Reading Glasses and Sunglasses Come in ALL Colors!
If you are interested in purchasing a pair of glasses (or two or three) without breaking the bank, check out eyeglass frames for sale online at I Heart Eyewear (www.ihearteyewear.com) today and sort by color/pattern, type, shape and style to find the color that best fits your mood and personality!