New eyeglasses can change your whole outlook, not to mention your fashion look. But as with so many things, getting new glasses is not always as simple as you expect it to be. Adjusting to a new prescription, or even just differently shaped frames, can take awhile. According to the American Optometric Association, most people adjust to their new eyeglasses within a few days if the change in prescription isn't significant.
Clean your new lenses before you put your glasses on for the first time each day. Lens cleaner or clear water and a soft, scratch-free cloth are all you need to keep the lenses clean. Dust and smudges on new lenses will make it harder to adjust.
Wear your new glasses all day. Take them off only if you experience a headache or dizziness, and put them on again when the headache or dizziness passes.
Turn your head instead of moving your eyes if you're wearing graduated lens such as bi- or trifocals. This takes a little practice, but after a few days you'll do it naturally.
Put your glasses in their case overnight to keep them safe. Bent frames or scratched lenses will make the adjustment period harder.