Title: Sunglasses -- The Benefits of Wearing Shades
Authors: Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet
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Sunglasses -- The Benefits of Wearing Shades
by Debbie Overstreet and Susan Daniel

You can find many styles of sunglasses in stores today. These
styles include everything from fashionably chic to practical and
functional to groovy and retro. While looking stylish is one
reason to wear sunglasses, there are many other benefits as well.

1. To keep the sun out of your eyes. The lenses should be large
enough to actually protect your eyes from the sun.

2. To cut down on glare. Polarized sunglasses help to cut down on
glare and make things much clearer.

3. To help prevent cataracts. A pair of sunglasses with a high UV
protection factor are recommended.

4. To keep other people from recognizing you. Hollywood stars
use sunglasses in this way quite often.

5. To hide the fact that you`ve been crying. The darker the
lenses of your sunglasses, the better for this purpose.

6. To spice up an outfit. Sunglasses come in many colors and
styles so that you can accessorize nicely with any ensemble.

7. To keep the wind out of your eyes. This is especially helpful
while riding a motorcycle.

8. To protect your eyes while playing sports. Be sure to have
sunglasses with impact-resistant lenses.

9. To accentuate your looks. Your facial shape can drive which
shape of sunglasses look best on you.

10. To look cool! Enough said!

Copyright  2005 Susan Daniel and Debbie Overstreet

About Susan and Debbie: Susan and Debbie are internet marketers.
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