Color Matching Chapter: Make Your Sunglasses More Eye-catching
Do you want to add some colors to your fashionable outfit but don't know how to choose it? Does the dazzling Sunglasses leave you with no choice? In addition to being an indispensable eye protection tool in daily life, sunglasses can also add stylish to our outfit and becomes a useful tool for sculpting.
How do Sunglasses frame and lenses match colors? Most people know 12 color wheels are powerful ways for color matching. But in fact, their function is far more than the appearance. Reasonable using of them will prevent you from losing yourself in the color ocean.
The color wheels consists of 12 basic colors, among which three primary colors are blue, yellow and red.
Here are the most commonly used color matching methods from VlookOptical:
1. Principle of monochrome (same color) matching
A hue consists of three tones: dark, medium and bright. This is monochrome. There are no layers of color in monochrome collocation, but layers of light and shade. When this kind of collocation is applied in design, the effect will be very excellent.
For example, this pair of sunglasses uses the whole black tone, which makes the glasses clean and elegant. At the same time, without losing temperament, it also adds a low-profile atmosphere for your wearing.
2. Complementary color principle
The two colors in the 180 degree position of the 12 color wheels are complementary colors. Good using of two complementary colors will be eye-catching. However, the unreasonable matching of complementary colors, such as red and green, will lead to embarrassing situations. Not all complementary color combinations will be ugly because complementary color combinations also involve color, purity, brightness and proportion. They will show multiple effects after considering multiple factors.
For example, this pair of VlookOptial Sunglasses uses a combination of pink and blue-green to make the lenses and frames a fresh look and eye-catching. It is both an eye protection tool and a bright ornament at the same time.
3. Principle of adjacent color
The adjacent colors are coordinated and contrasted with three or four adjacent colors. The collocation between adjacent colors makes people look more comfortable. This glasses used a combination of orange pink lenses and peach pink. The overall tone looks comfortable and youthful.
At the same time, VlookOptical has a variety of different stylish sunglasses frames and lenses in various colors for you. We have three tint processes: pure, gradient, and mirror tint.
Pure tint lens has three degrees: light, medium and dark tint. There are also seven colors for you to choose including gray, green, amber, blue, purple, pink and yellow.
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The above color matching principles are for reference only. The specific color matching is based on your preferences.