Blue eyes allow for the most color options due to them having the least base pigment. This allows for great flexibility in terms of color. Grays & violets add interesting contrast while retaining your natural luminosity. Greens can look very complimentary. Browns will not look as natural, but can provide a deeper, rich color contrast
Frequently Asked Questions
What color contacts are best for blue eyes?
What color contacts are best for hazel eyes?
Green color lenses look fantastic with hazel eyes. You can also explore the spectrum of dark brown to onyx colors very effectively. Blue colored contacts, however, will be dimmed when placed over hazel eyes.
What color contacts are best for brown eyes?
Brown eyes are hard to change with color contacts, so use an opaque lens. Light brown, honey and amber all look good. Tonal lenses bring depth and contrast to dark eyes that can be naturally missing. They can be a great choice of colored contact for brown eyes.
Which color contacts look most natural?
Which color contact lenses look most natural will depend on the color of your iris. Unless you want your color contacts to be obvious, look for realistic colors in a similar spectrum to your original eye color. Remember that color lenses are designed to enhance your existing color, and therefore should ideally match
Are colored contacts reusable?
Whether colored contacts are reusable depends on the type. Daily lenses should only be worn once. Monthly lenses are reusable and should be cleaned thoroughly and stored correctly in-between use as per the instructions for use. Dispose of them after the manufacturer-recommended period. Never reuse lenses after an eye infection.
Are colored contacts uncomfortable?
Colored contacts should not be uncomfortable. If they are, you may have a fit problem or possibly poor quality, cheap lenses. Color contact lenses should be comfortable on the eye. If you suffer from dryness or redness, you can use moisturizing eye drops designed for lubricating contacts
Can you wear colored contacts with glasses?
Yes, you can wear color contact lenses with glasses. To do so, be sure to get a well-fitted non-prescription pair that does not alter your vision. Your glasses already correct your vision for you therefore these lenses will be cosmetic in purpose only