Regardless of which VR headset you’re using, the number one thing I can recommend is that you do not put the VR headset on like most people do. In most cases, you’ll see people pull the headset down by placing the bottom of the strap at the back of their head first and then pulling it down over their eyes — like a baseball cap.
But if you wear glasses, it will most likely damage your face even worse. Instead, you should do the opposite. Press the headphones to your face first, making sure your swimming goggles fit and don't hit the lenses, then instead of wearing the goggles, pull the straps behind your head.
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Then, after placing them nicely on your head, I suggest sliding your glasses forward slightly and squeezing the sides of the frames that stick out near your ears. When you wear headphones, they usually stick the glasses to your face, but that can give you a little more room to make them more comfortable.
Finally, make sure the headphone straps don't press against your ears on either side of your ears against your frame (if you're wearing a traditional headset with the strap pressing most of the headset to your forehead).