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    I bought them two months ago, everything has been fine till now. Now they keep sliding down my face. I don't know what happened to them. It is so frustrating. They were an expensive pair too. Does anyone know what causes this to happen when they were fine before?
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    The same thing's happened to me ever since I opted for glasses without those horrible nose pad things - that was about a year and a half ago :dontknow:
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    (Original post by James.Carnell)
    I bought them two months ago, everything has been fine till now. Now they keep sliding down my face. I don't know what happened to them. It is so frustrating. They were an expensive pair too. Does anyone know what causes this to happen when they were fine before?
    Sweat + lack of nose-pad things?
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    Do they need tightening up? Ask the optician. Actually ask on the optometrist forum
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    (Original post by James.Carnell)
    I bought them two months ago, everything has been fine till now. Now they keep sliding down my face. I don't know what happened to them. It is so frustrating. They were an expensive pair too. Does anyone know what causes this to happen when they were fine before?
    I can't help 'cos it hasn't happened to me but I've 2 questions.

    Why's this in relationships? were you in love with your glasses in a literal sense?
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    I'm fairly sure you can go to your opticians and ask them to tighten them for you, depending on the kind of glasses. I know mine have a machine they use to fit them to your face.
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    Well unless your facial features have changed then it's likely it's just loosened. Either go to opticians or you can bend them in yourself which may risk assymetry so I'd opt for the former. Or there's contacts of course.
 
 
 
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