If you are a regular follower of my blog, you know I’m a sucker for a great pair of glasses. The love of spectacles runs deep in my family, so when I was asked by the folks at Lookie Lous to try their readers, I immediate thought my sister would love them. Touted as “The headband that’s a reader, that’s a headband that’s a reader,” Lookie Lous bring practicality and style together by creating glasses that are fairly difficult to lose. Created by mother and entrepreneur, Kelly Coty, the idea for these functional frames came out of necessity: she became tired of losing her reading glasses or stretching them out because she would always put them on her head so she wouldn’t lose them.
Rholnna chose the smoky London Grey readers in a magnification of +1.5, and we were also given a clear pair to try out. She loves the fact that the London Grey pair are dark enough to use outside, but light enough for indoor use. But she also states her favorite feature is without a doubt the fact that she can easily push them out of the way by either wearing them as a headband, or dropping them to her neck, where they fit just as snugly as they do on her head. In her work at a residential unit, she loves that the functionality carries over to the workplace. But from someone who knows my sister well, these readers sleek look truly fit Rholnna’s active lifestyle. I think Lookie Lous has a new fan on their hands! Have a wonderful weekend!
The reason why I like Lookie Lous is that they are very convenient to use at work. I work at a residential, and at the end of the day when it’s bedtime for the kids, I have to sit and do my paperwork. When the kids are calling my name or asking questions, I usually put my glasses down and then sometimes forget where I put them. All I have to do with the Lookie Lous is use the feature of the headband and I will always know where they are. I love using them at work because working with kids is non-stop, and there is no way of ever loosing these glasses!
– Rholnna Jiao
(FTC Disclosure: I received free product and was asked to review the product in return. Although I did receive free product, the opinions in this post are strictly my own.)