As I crest toward 60 I was hoping I might start valuing vanity a little less. Alas, that is not the case. The way I “appear” to others still matters a great deal to me. I continue to cover up the gray with blond highlights. I scrutinize and attempt to chase away those pesky and persistent lines and wrinkles. Even at 60 having a “cool quotient” remains important to me. That is why I was delighted to discover Borghese reading and sunglasses. I received a free pair from Icon Eyewear via Vibrant Nation’s Vibrant Influencer Network. They are quite stylish, very comfortable, and I can actually read now. They are so much better than the drug store readers I’ve previously purchased. I think they are a good find. I’ve included a couple of photos below. I really like the sides of the frames with their animal print pattern.
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