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These Glitter-Lens Glasses Have 1 Purpose: To Be Magical as Fck

Calling all sparkle-loving fashionistas! I have excellent (and somewhat confusing, in all honesty) news for you: glasses with glitter inside the lenses officially exist, and you're going to want every color. Created by Planet I, the glasses are available in a variety of shapes and pastel colors that would suit alien queens and unicorns alike, all for under $100 a pair. So if the tiny sunglasses trend isn't exactly your scene, don't worry; you can ditch the itty-bitty frames for glitter instead.
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