What colored contacts are best for light eyes?
If you’re going for a natural look and have light eyes, choose an enhancement tint that makes the edges of each iris stand out. Or, look for a pair that deepens your natural eye color. If you have gray eyes, try violet or blue, for a change. If your eyes are dark, opt for opaque tinted lenses to alter your eye color.
Do colored contacts work on light eyes?
A contact lens made for lighter eye colors (blue or green) isn’t going to show up as much on a darker eye. They cover your natural eye color completely and can work for light or dark natural eyes, depending on individual eye types.
Are there contacts that make your eyes brighter?
Most of the major contact lens manufacturers offer contact lenses with an “enhancement tint”. This tint offers a subtle change to your natural eye color, making your eyes brighter and more intense. These lenses cover the iris and are more effective than enhancement tint lenses for those with darker eyes.
What color contacts are best for light skin?
If you have fair skin, chances are that any colored contact lens will look great on you. Colored contacts in shades of blue and gray will look particularly dazzling, giving you a classy look. Fair skin is also a wonderful backdrop for bright eye colors.
Can you wear colored contacts everyday?
Colored contacts are safe to use and can be used daily if you prefer. If you need a prescription for contacts, colored contacts can also be made into a prescription version so that you can get the best of both worlds.
Are prescription colored contacts bad for your eyes?
Prescription colored contact lenses are safe. An optometrist or an ophthalmologist will check your eyes to make sure you’re a good candidate for contact lenses. Lenses that fit right lower your risk of eye injury or damage. You can wear colored contact lenses even if your vision doesn’t need correcting.
What kind of contact lenses are best for aqua eyes?
If you want a switch to light aqua eyes while maintaining a natural look, you can go for realistic-looking blue lenses. If you want deep blue ocean eyes, or a bright beaming blue pair of contacts, opaque or bright blue contact lenses will suit you. For dark colored irises, opaque blue lenses will do the job.
How to choose blue contacts and blue contact lenses?
For dark colored irises, opaque blue lenses will do the job. For light irises, a cool pair of enhancement blue contacts will add the depth and definition you want to boost your eye look. EyeCandys Pink Label Dewy Aqua Color Contact Lens You will love these new Pink Label beauties from EyeCandys!
How to choose contact lenses for dark eyes?
When choosing colored contact lenses for dark eyes, make sure that you go for opaque lenses rather than translucent, or enhancement lenses. Opaque lenses are also marketed as color tint, or even double-tinted. Our customers with naturally dark eyes swear by the green.
How are enhancement contact lenses affect your eye color?
So when you put on a set of enhancement contact lenses, the color of those lenses is effectively combining with your natural eye color. For someone with naturally light eyes this is wonderful, but for someone with a dark brown, their natural eye color ends up overtaking the desired light blue, green, or hazel.