With so many people so concerned about the way they look, it seems that fashion is really taking off into many extremer and still unexplored territories. Sure, people have always worried about how they look and what they are wearing, but now more than ever, people are trying to change more and more about themselves and the way they look.
And since you can already change your hair color and your skin color with various modern techniques, what is stopping you from changing the color of your eyes as well?
Now you can change your eye color and if you have enough money, you can have a different tint in your eyes every day of the month. This is possible with colored contacts. These contacts are worn just like regular prescription contacts or worn only they are not see-through. Instead, they give your eyes color and can be used to change your eye color, or even put designs and shapes into your eyes as well. Colored contacts have been used by Hollywood forever, but now you are seeing more and more people on the street wearing colored contacts in order to show their unique personalities.
If you are interested in changing the color of your eyes with colored contacts, then you need to know a little more about them, in order to consider if it is worth the effort and hassle for you. When you take a look at what you need to do in order to wear colored contacts, you will see that it’s actually not a hassle at all.
Do I Need A Prescription For Colored Contact Lenses?
The answer is YES! A prescription is a must for colored contacts just like you need a prescription for regular contacts. But there are also non-prescription colored contacts which are mainly used as a beauty trend by a lot of famous influencers like Kylie Jenner, Laiba Zaid, Kanye West, and many more.
This does not mean that you need to have impaired vision in order to get colored contacts. You can have perfect vision, but you will still need to go and get your eyes fitted for the color contacts that you want because everyone’s eyes are individual. And because they are all fitted to the person whose prescription is given, that means that you cannot share your colored contacts with anyone else.
Even though colored contacts are more fashion accessories than they are actually medical devices that help your vision. Therefore, you cannot share them like you would share a purse or a pair of shoes. These colored contacts go on your eyes, and your eyes are very sensitive organs.
You must also remember to perform all of the maintenance that is needed in order to keep regular contacts clean and safe as well. That means that you should never sleep with your contacts in and that you always need to take out your colored contacts before you go to bed. Not only that, but you should also clean and sanitize your colored contacts every night as well so that you can enjoy them during the day in comfort and without irritation.