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When is the best time to start using colored contacts?

Feb 03,2023 | MYEYEBB

Colored contact lenses are a great way to change the way your eyes look and help you achieve a new look. The right time to start using them depends on your age and eye health, but there's no harm in wearing colored contacts as long as you take good care of them.

The benefits of using colored contacts

Natural colored contacts offer a safe and easy way to change the appearance of your eyes. They come in a variety of colors, from subtle shades that blend with your natural eye color to vibrant tones that can be used to create a dramatic look.
One of the main benefits of wearing colored contacts is that you can use them to correct vision problems such as astigmatism or presbyopia. This means that you don't have to wear glasses or other corrective lenses if you don't want to.
Colored contacts can also help you look more attractive. They can make your eyes appear larger and brighter, which can enhance your facial features and give you a more youthful look. They can also be used to change the color of your eyes, giving you the opportunity to stand out from the crowd.
Finally, colored contacts are a great option for those who have allergies or sensitive eyes. We offer lenses that are made from soft materials that are comfortable to wear and won't irritate your eyes. We also provide excellent UV protection, which can help protect your eyes from the sun's harmful rays.

The "Right" Age to Wear Contact Lenses

Contact lenses can be a great way to spruce up natural colored eyes, but there is a "right" age for wearing them. Generally, optometrists agree that it’s best to wait until the mid-teens before venturing into contact lenses. While this age varies from patient to patient depending on developmental milestones, most optometrists recommend waiting until at least the age of 15 or 16 before attempting contact lenses for the first time. At this age, teens have a better understanding of safety issues and proper hygiene which is necessary for successful contact lens wear. Plus, their eyes have finished growing and taking shape by then, making it easier to determine what type of contacts they need. Therefore, while natural colored contacts may help spice up your look as an adult or pre-teen, keep in mind that waiting until the right age is best when considering contact lenses.

How to know when you're ready for colored contacts?

Colored contacts can be a fun and stylish accessory, but if you're not ready for them, you may end up feeling uncomfortable or worse, damaging your natural eyesight. Before considering colored contacts, it's important to consult with an eye care professional about the natural health of your eyes and whether or not natural-colored contacts are recommended for you. You should also assess your comfort level with wearing something on your eye. If the idea of contact lenses makes you feel uneasy or if you struggle with dry eyes, then colored contacts may not be the best option for you. Ask yourself if you are willing to maintain proper cleaning routines for the lenses and how often. Doing so will help give you a realistic understanding of what it looks like to wear natural colored contact lenses creatively and safely.

Can you wear natural colored contacts with astigmatism?

Getting fitted for contacts is a great way to bring some fun into your life. But there are some things you should know before you make a purchase. If you have astigmatism, colored contacts may not be right for you.
Astigmatism is an optical condition where the cornea isn't spherical--it has an uneven curvature that causes light rays to be focused on different parts of the retina (the eye's light-sensitive layer). This can result in blurred vision or double vision at all distances from near to far.
People with this condition often experience headaches and eye strain when they try hard to see clearly by focusing on objects up close or far away. Corrective lenses such as glasses or contact lenses can correct these problems so that people with astigmatism see things normally again without experiencing any discomfort while wearing them.

Tips for choosing the right color contact lenses for your eyes

  • Choose a color that matches your eye color. If you have light-colored eyes, choose lighter lens; if you have dark-colored eyes, choose darker lens.
  • Choose a color that complements your skin tone. If you have fair skin with pink undertones (like me), then blues and greens will complement your complexion better than reds and oranges would because they're cooler in tone and will help balance out the warmth in those areas of your face. Conversely, if you have darker skin with yellow undertones (like my mom), then reds would be ideal because they'll counteract any blue flecks within their irises while bringing out their natural glow!
  • Choose a color that complements your hair color or wardrobe choices for the day--and vice versa! For example: If I'm going out on Friday night wearing all black clothes but want to wear blue contacts instead of my usual green ones, because everyone knows how much I love black leather jackets.

How to take care of your colored contacts?

Taking care of natural colored contacts is extremely important in order to make sure they don't cause irritation or eye strain.
First, always be sure to use the cleaning solutions that come with your natural colored contacts so that the lenses can stay clean and free from bacteria.
When taking natural colored contacts out of their cases, always make sure that you are using clean fingers! It's essential that prior to insertion, natural colored contacts must be checked for any signs of damage such as tears or holes.
Additionally, it'd also be beneficial to limit contact wearing times in order to prevent irritations – keeping natural colored contacts overnight is not recommended.
If you follow these steps carefully and consistently, natural colored contacts should last you many wears without discomfort or eye strain.
So, if you're ready to take the plunge into colored contacts, we recommend starting with a pair of blue lenses. They will make your eyes look more open and brighten up your face without being too overpowering. And remember--your eyes are the window to your soul!