Change your look with cosmetic colored contact lenses
Fashion literally takes on a whole new look with the current hot trend to change eye color as often as you change your clothes.
Celebrities like Paris Hilton are using colored contact lenses for cosmetic purposes so one minute she has brown eyes and the next blue.
If you would like to do the same, here's some information on what's available and most importantly, some advice on eye safety so that looking beautiful doesn't affect your ability to see properly.
Air Optix Colors
6-pack $89.99, also available as 2-pack @ $34.99
You don't have to be short or long-sighted to change your eye color as colored contacts without prescription are also available for anyone to wear.
If you have dark eyes eg. brown eyes, then for the most dramatic color change, you need to look for colored OPAQUES - lenses which completely change the eye color.
If you have light-colored eyes eg. pale blue then you can either wear opaque lenses for a complete color change or you can choose ENHANCERS to lift or brighten your natural eye color. The good news with modern technology is that even people with dark brown eyes can now find excellent color ENHANCING contacts. Air Optix Colors, for example, offer unique 3 in 1 color technology blends with the eye color to provide a beautiful, natural appearance, for both light and dark eye natural eye shades.
Color enhancing lenses are available in a wide variety of colors. Air Optix Colors, one of the most comfortable and affordable lenses on the market, come in 12 shades shades for enhancing eye color, from honey, brilliant blue and hazel through to amethyst, sapphire and turquoise. Your only problem will be which color to choose!
The growing trend for cosmetic colored contact lenses includes fun fashion contacts for fancy dress parties and major holiday events like Halloween.
There is a mind-boggling selection to choose from including lenses with smiley faces, blood-red Dracula contacts and mirrored contact lenses for the Riddick look.
NB - Most reputable retailers like AC Lens in the USA and Vision Direct,in the UK, NO LONGER offer crazy contact lenses for Halloween. This is because many wearers of these types of fun contact lenses have had serious eye problems, mainly down to the poor hygiene practices used when wearing the crazy contacts.
You will find many cheap websites offering these crazy contacts, but my advice is to choose your retailer and brand carefully and read my related pages like this one on cheap Halloween contacts to avoid the dangers of cheap plastic contacts that could damage your eyes.