Google partners with Luxottica to market prescription Google Glasses

Google Glass is evolving as plans have been announced to partner with Luxottica to market prescription Google Glasses to a mass market.

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Luxottica, an Italian Brand best known for Ray-Ban and Oakley brands and licensing agreements with the likes of Prada, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana and Coach will market the Glass collection in 2015.

Currently, Glass, which costs more than $1,500, is only available to select few through Google’s Explorer Program.

Google Glass has faced controversy as wearers can take photos and videos without the consent of those around them and many bars have already banned Google Glass.

Since Glass gives everyone the opportunity to have their picture taken, anytime, anywhere here are some of my tips on the best HD Makeup so you can always look picture ready.

Get ready for your close-up with Google Glass



The era of Google Glass is upon us and ready or not it will be arriving to your world sooner or later.

So how do you prepare for Google Glass?  Well, if you are one of those who Tweeted what they would do with Google glass at  #ifihadglass you may just be one of the lucky Beta testers. If you didn’t compete in this contest you still need to know a few things about Google Glass.

Google Glass will contain apps similar to those found on a mobile/tablet device and the first round of applications that will work on Glass include: Gmail, Evernote, Path and the New York Times.

The New York Times app shows headlines and Google Glass can read ‘aloud’ a summary of the article, voice recognition allows users to answer emails, and photos can be taken and shared with Evernote.

The most groundbreaking and debated Glass feature is the ability to take videos, audio and photos of people in public places and a debate has already begun as ‘right to privacy’ issues emerge even before the product has been released.

Public places like the 5 Point Cafe in trendy and tech savvy Seattle have already banned Google Glass in the bar and this half-joking, half-serious ban uses tags with Geeks, Google and Public Embarrassment .

The biggest debate will come when Glass is used in schools, work, parks, airports, hotels and the subsequent videotaping which can create legal confusion in states making it illegal to record anyone without their permission.

It is important to be aware of this technology and how it can impact your life.  And while you decide on how you feel about Google Glass, you should be prepared in case you do get videotaped or photographed because there is nothing worse than a bad looking photo popping up online.

To keep yourself looking your best for your first Google Glass close-up you should consider HD makeup. Because High-def (HD) cameras expose wrinkles, blemishes and imperfections very easily and TV sets can project larger images with 2 to 5 times the resolution of analog sets, high-definition is a good choice since it blends easily with the skin and gives a fresh and perfect look. HD makeup also sits on ‘top’ of the skin, not settling into pores while reflecting light and plumping up the skin to make lines and wrinkles less noticeable.

Notable HD makeup includes the following options:

Smashbox High Definition Healthy FX Foundation not only makes you look great in HD but is loaded with UVA/UVB SPF 15  sun protection.


HD Invisible Cover Foundation is oil-free and gives a soft-focus effect and gives a flawless finish in harsh or bright light.


E.L.F Studio High Definition Powder is a light, sheer and transparent powder that you can wear over makeup to create a soft look.


Don’t forget when you use HD makeup to cover you neck to provide complete and flawless coverage.

I hope women and men take note of this tech and beauty news because this evolution into a new world where public and private lives collide should make everyone aware of the opportunity for their image and brand to be online anywhere at anytime.