how to make your eyes look its best
Coloured lenses have been a hot trend lately. A lot of people are wearing them now. Some wear them regularly to change their eye color, for instance at Halloween or carnival; others wear them occasionally to accentuate their original eye color. There are several kinds of coloured contacts: enhancers tinted to enhance your original eye color; opaque tints replace natural eye color with colors that enhance your iris; and enhanced tints cause your eye color to change, as if by magic, from green to blue. The best way to insert them correctly is to have them fitted by an optician. An optician is an expert who has been trained to know how to make your eyes look its best.
Firstly, you need to ensure that your eyes are healthy. If you have any eye problems such as eye fatigue, infections, allergies, you eyes should be cleared by a doctor before you start wearing coloured lenses. Do not wear contact lenses if you suffer from dry eyes, as this can lead to damage and infection. Once you are cleared to wear coloured lenses, you need to make sure you follow the correct procedures to insert them.
Here we will talk about how to insert coloured contact lenses correctly.
One method of inserting coloured contact lenses is to use a coloured foam insert. Simply slip the contact lens into your eye, making sure it is positioned in the centre. Then place your hand behind your ear and make sure the contact lens is aimed upwards. This should be an easy process, and you should not need to apply any pressure to hold the lens in place. If you feel there is too much pressure, switch to another method – it’s important that you do not push down on the contacts as this can cause damage.
The next step is to align your pupil. It is important to hold the coloured lenses directly over the iris, and make sure the outline is exactly circular. To make the outline sharper, bend the upper arm upwards and position the tip on top of the pupil. Position the other end of the circle over the front of your pupils. If you need opaque lenses, then start by wearing a darker shade and work your way to a lighter colour.
remove the coloured lenses
When you are ready to remove the coloured lenses it is important that you make sure you are wearing the cleansing solution that was prescribed to you. This is best done before you leave the optician. If you do not follow this, you risk removing some of the oils that can be very helpful in the healing process.
Coloured lenses can be a great way to give you a new look, but you need to be careful to not let them fall into the wrong hands. It is very easy for someone to have fake colouring put onto your eyes, so make sure that you are careful who gives you the lenses. If you are looking for a gift, coloured contacts are often a great way to surprise someone you know. You may find that you suddenly have a whole new outfit! So whether you are desperate for a new look, or simply want to look your best, coloured contacts can be a great way to give you a new lease on life.