Get a New Look with Grey Contact Lenses
Have you ever looked in the mirror and wished you had a different eye colour, maybe something that’s entirely different for those around you? With grey contact lenses, you can now choose when and where you want to change your eye colour to give yourself a new look. Fashion lenses have become quite popular among those who want a different appearance, and mask your natural eye colour to give your eyes a more dramatic appearance. Coloured contact lenses can even be worn by those who don’t need prescription lenses.
At Imyge Health, we stock various shades of grey contact lenses and several different coloured lenses for you to choose from.
How to Choose the Right Grey Coloured Contacts
When you’re considering purchasing grey coloured contact lenses, there are a few things you need to keep in mind before deciding. There are different types of coloured contact lenses to choose from. Here’s what you need to consider when you choose to purchase coloured contacts.
- The shade. There are numerous shades of grey to choose from. Think about where you’re most likely to wear the contact lenses and how much of a dramatic change you want to get an idea of what shade of grey to choose. Women need to think about the makeup they’ll wear with their new contacts as your makeup can either make your new coloured eyes pop or make them look dull.
- How often you’ll wear them. There are two different types of contact lenses you can choose from, and the decision you’ll make depends on how often you’re planning on wearing them. You can choose from contact lenses that you wear for either one day or an entire month.
- The make. With coloured contact lenses being popular many stores sell non-prescription lenses. However, sometimes these aren’t made from quality materials and could cause eye infections. When you buy coloured contacts, ensure you are purchasing a well-known brand.
The Dos and Don’ts of Wearing Grey Eye Contacts
When it comes to wearing grey eye contacts, you’ll be required to take caution when handling and wearing them. Here are some dos and don’ts to remember when considering coloured contacts.
- Caring for your lenses. Even if you’re wearing the lenses purely for cosmetic purposes, they’ll still need the same care you’d take with prescription lenses. You’ll need to buy a contact lens case and saline solution to store your lenses in.
- How to wear them. If you ask any optometrist, they’ll tell you never to wear contact lenses if you have an eye infection. Hence, many people who wear contact lenses for poor eyesight also have a pair of spectacles to wear in case of discomfort in the eyes.
- Sharing. Never share your lenses, even if they are just for cosmetic purposes; this can lead to conjunctivitis, among other eye infection diseases.
About Imyge Health
At Imyge Health, we believe in bringing fun and fashion to people’s eyes. We stock a variety of different types of high-quality contact lenses for you to choose from.
For more information about our contact lenses, contact us today.