Sunday, February 3, 2013

Star Finder Optical

A lot of people have been asking me where I bought my eyewear that's why I'm sharing it with you. =)
I got it from Star-finder Boutique which has a lot of Korean eyeglasses. I got a light-weight frame from HumanEye Korea which is good for everyday wear. A lot of people (even celebrities) are digging the nerdy look with the classic wide-framed lenses probably because of the casual look and most importantly for comfort.  

Who would think twice seeing how affordable it is?
Having fun with the different styles =)
Photos of local and Korean celebrities are posted everywhere =P I was surprised that Martin Nievera's eyeglasses are from Star Finder =)
This is my "this-is-it" look when I finally decided what to buy.
Before purchasing, the staff would double check if your eye grade is still the same. You would go throught some vision tests that would only take around 5-10 minutes. Then you would only have to wait 45 minutes to an hour to get it fixed =) For the frame and multi-coated lenses I paid around P1,500, which is a good deal for an awesome pair of eye glasses. =)
Star-finder Boutique has branches at Festival Mall Muntinlupa, BF Homes Paranaque and Robinsons Ermita. I'm not sure if they have a website but you can check their FB page


  1. Anung coating yung nilagay nila? And may grado po ba yung mata mo? Thanks po. Ü

    1. Hi Jhoan, as far as I can remember I told them I wanted glare free lenses so they gave me the multi-coated one. Meron din sila ng normal lenses which is cheaper. Yup may grade yung mata ko.=) If di ka sure sa grade ng mata mo they could also check upon buying the frame. Pwede din nila gayahin yung current eyeglasses mo =) Thanks for dropping by!

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  3. Kapag package na po like with frame, lenses and eye exam magkano po magagastos? I am not sure if I am qualified yet para mag ka eyeglasses but one thing I'm sure is that I have a blurry vision especially from afar. Hoping for your kind response. Thank you and more power to your blog :)

    1. Hello Berlie Faith,
      I'm not sure if they have special packages but for the frame and multi-coated lenses, I spent around P1,500. The eye exam was already free. The price will also vary on the type of lenses that you'll buy. The normal lenses are a bit-cheaper than the multi-coated. Hope this helps =)
      Thank you for visiting my blog =)

  4. Hi dear! :) do you happen to know if may contact lenses din sila? mataas kasi grado ko so I think malaki ang mgagastos ko sa pagbili ng frame+lenses+contact lenses. my grade's around 600+ kasi, almost 700 na nga eh. haha. para prepared ako sa pagpunta ko dun :)) thanks dear and more power! :)))