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Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
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GOOD SPORTS WHEN the backlash against the excess of the Eighties hit, sunglasses were downsized as sporty wrap-around styles reigned - and with the current Nineties resurgence in full swing, it's about time the era's eyewear got a look-in.
Salim Raza, a customer, admitted that the matter of selecting good"quality sunglasses" is not easy either, as the sale"and"purchase of imperfect, faulty or substandard sunglasses during the summer season always goes unchecked and causes many eye diseases.
Five things consumers should be aware of when it comes to sunglasses include:
Choosing a lens colour should be based on the conditions in which you will wear your sunglasses most often.
Recent ACCC-commissioned research showed that Australians rate sun protection very highly when choosing to buy sunglasses but over 40 per cent are unaware of the lens category classifications and what they mean.
Pink Hello Kitty sunglasses PS6 from BHS | Girls white sunglasses, left, were PS4.
PASTEL POWER Take inspiration from summer sorbets by transferring the sugary shades to your sunglasses.
Stylish and protective, sunglasses are the summer equivalent of a winter coat - your armour against the elements.
They look perfect with a patterned maxi dress or a shirt and denim shorts combo, but remember - sunglasses are for life, not just for summer, so be careful not to sit on them.
Make sure sunglasses carry the 'CE' Mark and British Standard BS EN 1836:1997, which means they offer a safe level of UV protection.
SUMMER is here and we've got a pair of cool unisex sunglasses, free for every reader