Ever wondered how you would look with different-colored eyes? How about a mysterious gray? Maybe a brilliant blue, or a sweet honey brown would be fun to try! And if you’re happy with your eye color, maybe you want to jazz things up a bit by emphasizing the depth or size of your eyes.
(Psst… don’t need vision correction? Just set the power to 0.00 when ordering and they won’t affect your vision at all!)
Colored Contact Lenses: How to Choose Them Online
1. Do you have dark or light eyes?
Want a natural change for your dark eyes? Try a light hazel or honey.
Looking for something more dramatic? Bright colors like green or blue will create a striking effect, particularly if you have dark coloring.
If your eyes are light (such as green), you can try other light colors (such as gray or blue) for a natural, fun change.
For a striking change that everyone notices right away, try a warm-toned color like light brown against a cool complexion.
2. Do you want to change your eye color or enhance what’s already there?
You’ll find a spectrum of rich colors to choose from under our Colored Lenses category for when you want to change shades.
When you want to enhance the natural beauty of your own eyes, check out:
1 Day Acuvue Define comes with gorgeous designs for your iris, ranging from giving your eyes more depth (want them to drown in those bottomless pools?), making them look larger, or just emphasizing them with dramatic accents.
3. Do you prefer dailies or reusable contact lenses?
Daily contact lenses are your best bet if you plan to wear them just for special occasions. They’re also quite low-maintenance (or no-maintenance) as you simply throw them away at the end of the day.
Two-week and monthly lenses are great for when you plan to
4. What’s new?
Check out Air Optix Colors‘ new line of eye-catching gemstone colors:
- True Sapphire
Preview: Also coming soon are some gorgeous doll eyes style contact lenses very popular in Asia. Watch this space for updates!
Q. Are your colored contact lenses safe to use?
A. All our contact lenses are sourced from major manufacturers who perform stringent quality checks and have obtained official certifications from Health Canada.
Q. Are there colored lenses for astigmatism?
A. We are sorry to say that we currently do not offer any colored lenses for astigmatism.
Q. Can I exchange used contact lenses with my friends?
A. Never do so. Harmful bacteria can be transmitted this way, and can lead to dangerous eye-infections.
Q. Do I still need to take proper care of my colored contact lenses?
A. Yes! Even when used at plano (0.00 power) for cosmetic purposes, contact lenses are still medical devices that are placed directly on your eyes. Use proper procedures such as keeping your non-daily lenses in sterile solution in contact lens cases, and wash your hands carefully before putting them on.