I've had bad eyesight since I was in grade school, and always had a problem finding a frame because I couldn't see without my glasses on. You know how hard that can be if you're extremely nearsighted, and can't see 12 inches in front of your face. You have to be 6 inches from the mirror to see a reflection that looks like it's 12 inches away. I never got much help from anyone before, and had to rely on my own ""blind"" judgement. When I went to this place, they actually had people who had knowledge about what shapes worked with my facial shape and coloring, and could tell me how to keep my lenses as thin as possible by NOT getting those currently fashionable skinny but wide frames. I found out that it makes the lenses REALLY thick on the outer edges when you use that kind of frame. So they helped me find what was fashionable AND would work for me without looking through coke bottles! Ha Ha. I LOVE my new glasses. And I REALLY LIKE THESE PEOPLE! I don't have vision insurance coverage, and they helped me out with the price by giving me a discount. So, I bought a second pair I can use for sunglasses. Yessssss!