How to Choose the Right Type of Colored Contact Lenses in Chicago

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Sep, 2018

 

Colored contact lenses allow you to change your eye color and create any type of look that you want to, whether you want to change your everyday look or you want to change for a specific costume. Available for both prescription contacts and plans contacts, prescription colored lenses are usually for people who wear glasses and want to change their everyday look, while plans colored lenses are often for costumes. However, the actual colored contact lenses in Chicago come in three different tint options, each unique presenting benefits.

Visibility Tint

This is commonly used for all contact lenses, especially daily prescription lenses. With a slight tint, this type of colored contact lense allows the user to see it easily and prevent them from losing it on a counter or in a sink. It is a very slight tint and usually will not affect the eye color of the person wearing it.

Enhancement Tint

As the name implies, colored contact lenses with enhancement tint are meant to enhance the color of your eyes. These contact lenses have a solid, but translucent tint that is just dark enough to affect the color of the iris. Usually, these lenses work well for people with lighter eyes that want to enhance the eye color.

Opaque Tint

With this tint, colored contact lenses will change your eye color or general appearance of the eye completely. Anyone with darker eyes will need this type of contact lense to successfully affect the eye color. Usually, these will be a specific color, such as hazel, green, or blue. However, some reputable optometrists, such as Tropical Optical Corp, offer opaque tinted lenses that can make your eye appear like a cat eye or other exotic options. Always speak with your optometrist before getting colored contact lenses and make sure that they are a great fit for your eye health.

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