There are four types of colored contact lenses: visibility tints, enhancement tints, opaque color tints and light-filtering tints. Many of these colored contact lenses are available in plano form (without visual correction), as well as in designs for people who have astigmatism or who want a disposable or frequent replacement lens.
Color tints are deeper while opaque tints can dramatically change your eye color. They are usually made of patterns of solid colors. If you're tired of batting a pair of baby blues or not interested in hearing yet another rendition of "Brown-Eyed Girl" crooned your way, you can change your eye color with these tints at least temporarily. Color contacts come in a wide variety of colors. Colorblends colors include gray, blue, amethyst, green, turquoise, brown, hazel and honey. To enahnce light-colored eyes, you can choose between aqua, green and blue. For an interesting twist, you can also try a radiance lens, which gives the eye a pearlescent look in sunrise, eden, moonlight and autumn. The companies that make colored contact lenses have gone all out to mimic the natural look of the colored portion of the eye. Since this area is made up of a series of colorful shapes and lines, some color contacts feature a series of tiny colored dots on the lens to make it look more natural on the eye. The center of the lens, the part over your pupil, is clear so you can see.
Visit Williams Eye Care clinics in Plano, Frisco and Fairview Texas to find your colored contact lenses.