There are many different types of contact lens colors. While the most common ones are black and brown, there are also hazel, green, blue, and gray options.
The first thing to know about colored contacts is that they only come in one type: gas permeable or soft contact lenses.
This means that you can’t use them for sports like swimming or playing soccer because they will come out of your eye.
Next, we will go over what colors you can choose from and where to buy them!
You can find colored contacts, including:
- blue and grey.
You can purchase these online or at your local optometrist’s office.
Colored contacts are an excellent accessory for any outfit because they add some color to the eyes, allowing you more options in terms of makeup! They also make it easier to cosplay certain characters if that is something you enjoy doing as well! It should be noted that colored contact lenses may not give you complete clarity depending on what colors were chosen, so choose wisely before purchasing them.
We hope this article answered any questions about colored contacts and helps inspire those looking for ways to change their eye color temporarily without undergoing plastic surgery or having to wear colored contacts every day!
- Colored lenses may not provide a full range of vision
- They can be worn for different events
- A suggested product to buy if you want to try them out.
Is colored contact safe?
It’s important to note that colored contact lenses are safer than other cosmetic eye surgery types, like corrective laser surgery. However, it is still advised to follow all safety instructions and avoid taking them out for too long or sleeping in them if possible just in case something goes wrong during the day.
The most common problem with wearing contacts is an allergic reaction which happens when you don’t clean your lenses before putting them back into your eyes. This can be prevented by using saline solution regularly (which we also sell!) as well as checking on yourself throughout the day, removing any pain by rinsing and rewetting your lens until they feel better.
What precautions should I take?
It is best to consult your eye doctor before wearing contact lens color to learn how long you can keep them in and what color will work best with your eyes.
It’s always safest to follow the instructions given by a medical professional!