Do you want to change up your everyday look or to stand out amongst the crowd?
Coloured contact lenses offer you the option of enhancing your natural eye colour, or creating a dramatic look easily for any occasion.
Are coloured contacts safe?
Your eyes’ health and safety are important. A contact lens fitting by your optometrist is necessary to help you find an option that suits your eyes and preserves your eye health. You need to maintain proper lens care and follow the instructions provided by your optometrist. It’s safe to wear coloured contacts.
Discuss with your optometrist to decide which brand will guarantee maximum comfort and eye safety.
Categories of colours, tints, and features:
1. Enhancement tints: Contacts that enhance your natural eye colour for a more subtle change.
For natural look contacts:
> Air Optix Colors - Subtle range: Brown, Pure Hazel, Gray, Green, Blue, Turquoise, Amethyst, True Sapphire.
> FreshLook OneDay - Natural range: Blue, Green , Gray, Pure Hazel.
> Acuvue Define Vivid
> Acuvue Define Natural Shine
2. Vivid tints: Vibrant and brighter colours that will attract all eyes on you!
> Air Optix Colors - Vibrant range: Brilliant Blue, Sterling Gray, Gemstone Green, Honey.
3. “Circle” lenses (also called “doll’s eye” or “Limbal rings” lenses): Increase the appearance of your pupil size. Enlarge and make your eyes stand out.
> Acuvue Define
> Dailies FreshLook Illuminate
>> SHOP COLOUR CONTACT LENSES
Before and after with coloured contact lenses
Coloured contact lenses are designed to blend with your natural eye colour. Consequently, the effect given by the coloured contact lenses may vary depending on the natural colour of your iris.
Which colour should I choose?
Many different colours are available for coloured lenses. Having a fitting for coloured contacts with your optometrist usually includes the opportunity to trial different colours of lenses to find the one that looks great on you.
1. Contacts for light eyes:
Enhancement tints are usually best with lighter natural eye colours.
2. Contacts for dark eyes:
In general, the darker your eyes are, the darker and/or more opaque a coloured lens you’ll want to select. A contact lens made for lighter eye colours (blue or green) isn’t going to show up as much on a darker eye.