Experiment with Colored Contacts
The most common experiment with contact lenses is a change in eye color. Blue colored contact lenses are the most popular among teenagers.
Choosing the right color to match your skin is of utmost concern. It has become a teenage fad lately and even donned by those who don’t need corrective ocular devices. Some buy them to match the various colors of outfits that they match with.
The color of your skin plays a major factor in deciding what color lens you can wear.
Visibility tint lenses are used with a hint of a color to improve vision. They act as corrective lenses too.
Enhancement tint lenses are used to enhance the color of your eyes but make a very subtle change in your appearance.
Opaque tint lenses are used mainly for cosmetic reasons by people who think of themselves as trend setters and also used to give a slightly scary appearance to the person wearing the lens.
Light filtering tint lenses are a new addition to the types of lenses and are used to highlight a certain color while overpowering another color.
If you are fair then blue and gray are the best choices for you. If you have dark complexion then honey colored lenses will go well for you and if you have tanned skin then go for colors that are bright.
There are great risks involved with the use of contact lenses without a doctor’s prescription as even non corrective cosmetic lenses pose risks of harming the cornea.
They are usually usable up to 6 months but you should always consult your optician about it before using lenses.
Some manufacturers don’t need a prescription to sell a Plano lens but recommend that you get your eyes checked at least once a year.
Wearing colored contacts are a way of making a fashion statement on who you are and how your entire attire is accented by the type of eye gear you wear.