With fashion becoming a very important part of the lives of many people, these people are always looking for the latest and most exciting trends in fashion. It seems that everything you can change about yourself has already been changed. Of course, you can alter the way all of your clothes look, and you can change the color, length and shape of your hair. You can even change the color of your skin with some bleaching or a couple of trips to the tanning salon. So what’s next? A lot of people are actually getting into colored contacts and changing the color of their eyes.
This is the latest trend and a lot of fashion-aware people are really getting into the idea of being able to wear different colored contacts to match every one of your outfits. It might seem absurd to some, but it does not seem weird to people who are already spending thousands of dollars a year for clothes and haircuts. It certainly doesn’t seem weird to people who define themselves by the way that they look and the way that they constantly have to change how they look.
So if you are one of these people that want to try something new in the fashion and you have the money to spend on such a thing, here are some things that you should know about the world of colored contacts.
First you should know that they fit and feel like regular contact lenses. The only difference is that they are not clear. So while people looking at your eyes will see the change in color, you will also be seeing a change in tint. The way you see the world through colored contacts is very similar to the way you see the world through tinted sunglasses.
Also, just like with regular contacts, you will need to get a prescription for them, and you cannot just go out and buy some off the rack or the counter. You need to be fitted for colored contacts just like you are fitted for regular contact lenses, even if you do not need a medical prescription for improve your eyesight. And since they fit like regular contacts and everything is the same except for the color, you will have to maintain them like regular contact lenses and follow the exact same rules that apply for taking care of regular contacts.
That means that you cannot share and swap colored contacts with your friends. Even though you think of them as fashion accessories, you cannot treat them like they are purses or shoes or sweaters. The contacts are fitted for your eye and they will be uncomfortable to anyone else wearing them. And if you wear someone else’s colored contacts after they have worn them, you are risking eye infections and irritation as well.