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Marc F. Raymond Opticians has been deblurring Kingstonians’ views for more than 30 years and carries a bullion of fashion-minded eyewear and sunglass brands. The shop's haute and everyday frame selection drops names such as Optika ($140–$160) and Tom Ford ($410), with sun-damping specs from Maui Jim ($179–$310), Bollé ($160), and more. Cordial resident opticians can help with the selection process for any regular or sunglass pair based on potential wearing scenarios and level of local celebrity. Should adjustment needs arise, customers may return at their leisure for free fit tweaks and professional cleanings, and 50 per cent off repairs.

324 King St E

Armed with the latest technology, Dr. David Braun and his team of dedicated vision sharpeners treat patients to full-service optometric care. From evaluating eyes to enabling 20/20 or 4-D vision, certified specialists diagnose optical ailments and help clients achieve clear sight. Inside the office’s eyewear gallery, lime-green walls and small overhead lights highlight shelf after shelf of lenses and designer frames by brands such as Ray-Ban, Gucci, and Rudy Project. A wide array of lenses (among them, polycarbonate and transition) suit specific lifestyles and guard birds from hazardous run-ins with windows to the soul.

120 Julian Pl

In almost 30 malls sprinkled across four states, Beauty Plus Salon beckons prospective makeover recipients with a fleet of skilled stylists and a colossal selection of professional beauty products. "The beauty industry never slows down," staffers say on Facebook, so "neither do we." That's why mall-goers find Beauty Salon open seven days a week. Between the retail shelves that average 500 nail polish colors, clients get gussied with services that pamper hair, skin, and nails.

1 Sangertown Square
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