Non prescription color contact lenses are a great option for people who want to change their appearance, whether it be a subtle change or dramatic. In the past only people with vision problems could purchase contact lenses but now people with normal vision can purchase lenses to change their eye colors.

There are in fact two different kinds of non prescription color contact lenses – opaque and enhancement. Opaque lenses give you a complete change of eye color and are the only type suitable for people with dark eyes. Enhancement lenses highlight your natural eye color but are only really suitable for people with lighter eye colors. Colors available can range from blues, greens, greys and browns to even violet shades.

Not to mention the more dramatic contacts such as black, white or patterned. These are definately more for people who want to make a statement or have a little fun!

In terms of ranges there’s several different ones available such as Freshlook, Acuvue and Durasoft. Each brand has different colors in their range so you’re bound to find something right for you. Once you’ve chosen the right color for you it’s just a matter of finding a good deal. There are many different sites online that offer cheap lenses just make sure that it is a well known brand so you are getting quality lenses.

You don’t want to damage your eyes for the sake of new look. Make sure that you buy items such as cleaning and storage solutions to go with your lenses. If you take care of your non prescription color contact lenses they will last you longer.

It’s important to keep your new lenses clean and safe, as bacteria or dirt on your lenses can damage your eyes. Contact lenses can be easily misplaced so make sure you keep them in a safe place away from children and pets. It’s handy to keep around a spare pair of lenses in case you misplace them but it’s up to you. So have fun with non prescription color contact lenses and make your eyes your next fashion accessory, after all they say a change is as good as a holiday!

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