Adjust the temple part
Check the degree of curvature of the temple part. If the fake oakley sunglasses are too close to the ears and the sides of the head, bend the temples outward; if the glasses are too loose and slip off the nose, bend the temples inward. The actual operation still depends on the type of eyeglass frame.
Adjust the frame with pliers, or just by hand
For plastic frames, soften the plastic with hot water or steam before bending the temple section.
Tighten the screws on both sides of the temples. This prevents the glasses from slipping off the nose and keeps the lenses in the frame. Doing this requires a tiny screwdriver, which is usually included in standard eyeglass cleaning and repair kits.
Do not overtighten the screws or you may damage the plastic or metal parts being held in place.
Fixed nose pads for a more comfortable fit. If the glasses are too high on the face, then the nose pads should be further apart; if the glasses are too low, pinch the nose pads in the middle. To keep your glasses symmetrical, try to make sure the nose pads on both sides are curved together, or evenly spaced apart.
Don’t break the glasses
Do some fine-tuning. Do not make large adjustments to your glasses all at once. It is often more difficult to adjust the glasses back into place after a repair. Fine-tune first, then inspect the glasses, and continue fine-tuning until fully corrected.
Don’t break your glasses. When repairing plastic frames, use gentle movements. Applying too much force to the heated plastic can cause the frame to break and completely destroy the glasses.
Plan ahead. When adjusting the frame with pliers, tape the ends of the pliers to prevent permanent scratching of the frame. These scratches are irreparable, and even if the glasses fit snugly, these scratches can be as unsightly as being bitten by a dog.
Know your frame
Some styles of knockoff Oakley sunglasses are made of non-adjustable materials. Frames made of titanium, shape memory alloys or aluminum alloys, for example, cannot be deformed and adjusted.
Know when to ditch glasses. While simple adjustments can be made at home to get your glasses back to normal, sometimes buying a new pair of glasses is the smartest thing to do. If you’ve made multiple adjustments to your frames, nose pads, or temples and you’re still having trouble with your glasses, it’s time to make up your mind to buy a new pair. Some glasses are worn for many years and can no longer be used.
In addition, it is recommended to check your eyes at least once a year to ensure that the power of the lenses is consistent with your vision.