A complete guide to wearing coloured contact lenses

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A complete guide to wearing coloured contact lenses

Coloured contact lenses enhance your natural eyes and make them look more beautiful and attractive. For a great look, both men and women can use lenses of their choice. The most significant feature of your face is your eyes, which you may experiment with by adding colour to them. Also, if you have small eyes, you can wear these lenses to make them look bigger. And if you want to make your eyes look different, you can use coloured contact lenses of your choice to give them a unique look. With some crazy colour lenses, you can even create a dramatic look to go with the theme of the party.

Selecting the best-coloured contact lenses for you:
Always select the correct shade for your lenses while considering whether it will suit you or not. Firstly choose a shade that fits with your outfit, and there are a variety of shades you can pair up with your dress. Secondly, choose a shade that goes with your skin tone. Like if you have a lighter skin tone, you can go with lighter colours such as green, blue, purple, and some other lighter shades to complete your look. However, if you have tanned skin, you may choose shades like brown, grey, honey, and hazel to make your eyes look flawless and natural.

Is It Safe To Wear Colored Contact Lenses?
Lenses are safe to wear, and it doesn't harm your eyes only if you know how to use them properly. You should be comfortable and more practised wearing it. If you're new to using contact lenses, you'll need to learn how to put them on and take them off, and
after you've become used to them, then you'll have no difficulty. Also, make sure you're wearing high-quality contact lenses, as low-quality lenses might harm your eyes and cause infections. If you have sensitive eyes, you might also seek advice from your doctor.

How long can you wear coloured contacts lenses?
How long you can wear them depends upon the type and quality of the lenses you are wearing. But usually, experts suggest wearing them for 8-12 hours, not more than 12 hours. While buying or using any lenses, you must check manufacturer precautions written on the back of the packaging.

How much do coloured contact lenses cost?
The price of coloured contact lenses depends on the lens quality and brand. For example, buying from a high-end brand will cost more than a local brand. Always prioritize quality over cost. Depending on the quality and style, lenses can cost from around $20 to $200. Bella, Color vision, Solotica, and Anesthesia are the famous high-end brands for contact lenses. These brands have plenty of shades you can choose for yourself.

Age limit for wearing contact lenses:
Wearing contact lenses has no age limit. But, experts suggest that a child can start wearing a Lens at the age of eight with a doctor's prescription. Also, there are no age restrictions for aged people too; they can wear contact lenses if their eyes are in good condition.

Is it safe to cry when wearing contact lenses?
Crying when using contact lenses is completely harmless. However, do not rub your eyes since this will cause them to turn red and harm you. And if your eyes become red, take them off immediately.

Glasses VS Lenses:
When people with vision problems get bored with their glasses, they may easily switch to lenses. Lenses give your face a more natural and perfect look than glasses, but they require little more care. On the other hand, eyeglasses are much less costly than lenses since they do not need to be replaced as frequently. But if you are someone with perfectly fine eyesight, coloured contact lenses are still a great option for you as they can help you attain any eye colour whenever you want.

Precautions for wearing contact lenses:
If you wear contact lenses, you must follow the safety precautions mentioned below:

● When handling contact lenses, make sure your hands are clean and dry.
● After each usage, return your lens to its storage box.
● Use the lens solution to clean your lens's storage case daily.
● Put your contact lenses first, then apply makeup; otherwise, it will ruin your makeup.
● Also, remove your contact lenses first, then your makeup.
● When applying deodorants or sprays, keep your eyes closed.
● When your lens is about to expire, replace it.
● While you're out, always keep a lens case and solution with you.

● It's important to remember not to sleep with your contact lenses on.
● Don't let anybody else use your lenses.
● Wearing coloured contact lenses in the pool or in the shower, or while swimming is not recommended.
● Do not use your nails to handle your lenses.
● If you aren't feeling well, don't wear lenses.
● Don't use your saliva to wet your lens.
● While wearing lenses, do not use eye drops.

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