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Color Your World with Colored Contacts

Colored contact lens on a finger

Colored contact lenses give your look a cool change-up. Whether you go subtle or dramatic, changing your eye color is as easy as popping in a pair of contacts. If you need vision correction, prescription colored contacts are available for single, multi-focal vision, and astigmatism. And if you don't wear eyeglasses and just want to give your eyes a color lift you can absolutely wear colored contacts, but you'll still need a prescription from an optometrist.

SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS

How do you know which color contact lenses will work best on you? It's all about the look you're after. Are you going full-on color change for an event? Or rocking a theatrical look for a costume? Maybe you just want to enhance what you've got. Colored contacts come in a rainbow palette of blues, violet, greens, hazels, browns, and greys. It's the tint factor that varies from sheer and natural to rich and vibrant.

TYPES OF COLORED CONTACTS

ENHANCEMENT TINTS • Great for enhancing your natural eye color to intensify the hue • Works best on light eyes • Not designed to completely cover your natural eye color

COLOR TINTS • Best for a dramatic color change, highly pigmented tints cover what you've got • Works well on all eye colors • Covers your natural eye color completely even if you have dark eyes

THEATRICAL LENSES • Special-effects contacts bring the drama on stage or Halloween • One-night wearers will still need a prescription

KEEP IT SCRIPTED

If you're considering colored contact lenses, always get them from a licensed eye doctor. One-size-fits-all or non-prescription color contact lenses can cause serious injury to your eyes. Colored contacts, even if they're non-corrective, are still a medical device so always play it safe.


https://www.aao.org/about/2015-year-in-review/colored-lenses

http://www.visiondirect.com/colored-contacts/qxc150587