The Best Pair of 4 eyes

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Who wears glasses best?

So for my first choice I like to nominate Christina Hendricks, most commonly know her as the voluptuous American actress who plays Joan Harris on the AMC cable television series Mad Men, but when not on screen she is just as mesmerizing with her curves beyond her bust and hips, those specs range from different colors and frames. The sophisticated of being a NERD is just as hot and fierce, like that red hair of hers!

My 2nd nominate is funny girl Tina Fey, this Mean Girl kills it as an actress, comedian, writer and producer. I am starting to think she needs those fours eyes to count all her money from being a part of the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock. If you have to laugh at yourself for being a GEEK, doing it with television comedy is definitely the way! NBC must stand for No. Bad. Credit.

3rd is Ne-Yo biblical named Shaffer Chimere Smith, who is a Grammy Award winning American R&B recording artist, record producer, dancer, and actor. June 21, 2013 he appeared as a Co-host on The View and his glasses were cooler than him. He is probably the only person who can get away with wearing shades in doors with a fedora. O, let's face it he can get away with anything with a voice like that!

4th is Martin Scorsese the American film director, screenwriter, producer, actor, and film historian. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest directors of all time with movies just as memorable as his facial features. The stylist Woody Allen can't be missed with his black thick bi-focal, you know the ones right under his bushy full white eyebrows. Being old has never looks so fashionable.
I laugh to myself as I write this editorial because I remember when I hated wearing my glasses because I didn't want to get teased but now it is prevalent to be seen with vision impairment, even if you have 20/20 vision.

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