As all of our frames are made from natural, plant-based materials, they can be easily manipulated to create the perfect fit for your individual head size and face shape — all you need is a standard hairdryer.
To use a hairdryer, you’ll need to have it on the medium or low setting, so the air flow isn’t at its highest, but is blowing hot air (not cool).
Each frame front has a curve so they wrap around the front of your face. As every head shape and size is slightly different, you might want to either increase or decrease the curve to tighten or loosen the width of the frames.
To increase or decrease the width, point the hairdryer directly at the nose bridge of the temple (the bit that goes above your nose, highlighted in the photo) for 15 - 20 seconds, then gently apply pressure by pulling the left and right sides of the frame front inwards (towards the nose bridge) to reduce width, or outwards (away from the nose bridge) to increase width, and hold it in place for 30 seconds. You can repeat this process until you’re happy with the perfect fit.
The sunglasses should fit comfortably on your face, feeling snug on either side, but not too tight that it's uncomfortable.
Adjusting ear arch
Each temple has an arch that should fit comfortably on your ear and ensure the frames are secure and don't slip forwards.
To increase or decrease the arch, point a hairdryer directly at the arch of the temple (the bendy bit that goes over your ear, highlighted in the photo) for 15 - 20 seconds, then gently apply pressure to either increase or decrease the arch slightly and hold it in place for 30 seconds. You can repeat this process until you’re happy with the arch on both temples.
The sunglasses should fit comfortably on your face and not slip forward. If you're bending over at a 90 degree angle, they will likely slip forward, but shouldn't fall off.
If you have any issues at all with adjusting the fit, contact our customer care team and we'll be more than happy to help.
Alternatively, you can also take your sunglasses in to your local optometrist and ask them to adjust the fit for you using their hot air machines (fancy hairdryers).