Yep, it's hard to avoid polarized sunglasses.
I can't be trusted with nice things (If I spend more than $10 on sunglasses, I will lose or sit on them within 24 hours. Fact.), so I buy tinted safety glasses by the box on Amazon.
These are the ones that seem to fit my oddball cranium the best. YMMV, of course.
Optically VERY nice, not super-dark, and anti-scratch. A pair of these can last me months. They're littered all over my usual haunts. And if I drop or damage a pair, eh, no biggie. Toss 'em and grab another.
I also use a strip of black tape across the top of the visor sometimes; normally in spring and fall when the sun is low and in my eyes more. I've also used tinted strips many times.
Just about every modern helmet accommodates sunglasses perfectly fine, but it's worth checking.
For whatever reason, I absolutely detest tinted visors.
There's a lot of variation in taste in this area, that's for sure. Everyone has to find their own solution for photon throttling.