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For Men, Sunglasses Is Not Only For Show

Posted: Jul 1, 2016 at 8:19 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

To most men, wearing sunglasses are not only for show. It presents the coolest way to check out a girl without being caught.

Most men have agreed that they wear dark glasses to prevent them from becoming shy by looking people straight in the eyes. Some celebrities say that they face the same situation too as fans are always staring.

Yes, some of the male music stars are shy. Azubuike Chibuzo Nelson also known as Phyno hides his blue/grey eyes behind his sunglasses and the reason is because he is shy when people stare. In his words “These blue/gray eyes are for Chibuzo. My eyes are the only part of me that makes me shy, so that is why I cover them.”

Just as wristwatches tell prestige, a sunglass adds class to your style.

This eye accessory became popular when squinting under the sun was no longer fun. Now sunglasses have stepped up from protecting the eyes to one of the most stylish fashion accessories on the planet.

It adds to the swag and gives a special touch to your look.

Some celebrities have transformed them into night glasses. They perform on stage with it; even wear them on Television interviews. Some men are addicted to their sunglasses; give it up for Nollywood bad boy, Jim Iyke and international music super star, Sean John Combs popularly known as P. Diddy. In fact, these two celebrities look different when they take off their glasses.

Also popular Nigerian music artiste, D’Banj once agreed in an interview that he can switch his personality with his glasses. Without his glasses on, he is Dapo Oyebanjo but while wearing his glasses, he becomes D’banj.