Colored Contacts Knowledge for Beginners

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Considering to join the team of wearing colored contacts?  Scroll down for more information before you start.

Colored Contacts Are Almost the Same As Regular Ones

There is nothing different about colored contacts except that they have color. The colored lenses have a clear counterpart with the same design. If you regularly wear contacts and are used to them, you will be totally fine handling colored lenses. They last the same amount of time as regular contacts.

There Are Different Products Based on Their Life Cycle Like Regular Ones

Contacts have several kinds regarding their disposable cycle: yearly, half-yearly, seasonally, monthly and daily. Yearly one is the cheap contacts. Daily one is slightly more expensive than others.

Daily used contacts can be disposed of every day after being used. The nursing process is unnecessary. After eight hours’ servicing, daily used contacts help you reduce the risk of pollution that contacts may cause to eyes. 

Compared to daily contacts, monthly contacts are more economical. Given that the lenses should hold up to a month time. They are made to be stronger and less level of water content which is suitable for beginners to get familiar with how to wear contacts.

You Can Try Colored Contacts Even If You Have Perfect Vision

If you want to get Selena Gomez's blue-eyed look that she rocked at Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, you can, even if you have 20/20 vision. Color contacts are available in a wide range of powers. They are commonly covering the range of +6 to -8, including zero power. But the only real way to know your vision, and to make sure your eyes are in good shape, is to see an eye doctor.

Just Like Regular Contacts, You Should NEVER Share Them With Your Friends 

It might seem like colored contact lenses are just like makeup, especially if they're zero power and you're just using them to switch up your look, but you shouldn't share them with anyone. Swapping eye germs can lead to a nasty eye infection. Plus, your friend's contacts might not be the right ones for you.

Anyone that can wear contacts, can wear colored contacts

Some people want contacts they only throw out every two weeks, and others want to wear theirs for just one day. Some have totally "regular" eyes and others have an imperfection in the eye's curvature, called astigmatism. Luckily, there are colored contacts for pretty much everyone, though some types, such as those for astigmatism, might be more expensive.

There are a bunch of different brands to choose from

You will find the brand that works for you. There are a bunch of options to try and different colors, designs, and tints to choose from. Your doc will give you a trial pair to make sure you love wearing them before they're yours for good.

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