What eye color will suit me?
Wondering what color contacts are best for me? We definitely think it is a case of once you try one color of natural contacts you will want to try them all! So whether you start with blue, green, brown, or grey the main thing to consider is the style of the colored contacts. For example, if you have dark eyes, the best colored lens for you will give vivid color coverage in order to be able to mask your brown iris. We always say that the best colored contact lenses for you are the ones that make you feel fabulous!
What are the most natural looking colored contacts?
If you are looking for natural colored contacts to give you a new green, grey, brown, or blue color to your eye then there are plenty of designs to choose from. The most natural colored lens features a detailed iris design and vivid color coverage. These natural contacts styles will help you achieve a gorgeous color with a realistic style:
- Tri Tone Colored Contacts
- Freshlook Colored Contacts
- Air Optix Colored Contacts
- Mystic Colored Contacts
- Two Tone Colored Contacts
Looking for something to subtly add extra tones to your eye color? These natural colored contact lenses are great for giving a slight change to your eye, such as adding lighter or darker tones to your existing eye color:
- One Tone Colored Contacts
- Circle Colored Contacts
- Blends Colored Contacts
- Enhance Tint Colored Contacts
Do colored contacts make you see color?
Colored contacts are designed to change your eye color but this does not mean that you will see color. You may experience a slight tint to the edges of your vision that many people describe as a halo. If you purchase a pair of our Enhance Tint Colored Contacts then you are likely to see a color tint to your vision as the color covers the iris and pupil.
If you are purchasing colored contacts make sure to only purchase from reputable sellers in order to ensure the colored lenses are suitable for your eyes. At Coloured Contacts, we stock a range of non-prescription and prescription FDA Approved colored contact lenses.
Which eye color will suit my skin tone?
Every color will switch up your look depending on your skin tone but that doesn’t mean you should shy away from certain tones. While it is true that there are some color combos that naturally occur more commonly, the whole point of trying colored contact lenses is to change your everyday look so whether you fancy trying out a pair of blue, brown, green, or grey eyes you are sure to look awesome. You could even take it a step further and try a pair of violet or purple natural colored contacts!
What color eyes look best with dark skin?
The most common eye color that occurs naturally in people with dark skin is brown but there are natural occurrences of colors such as blue eyes being paired with dark skin. If you do have brown eyes then you may like to simply lighten your eye color using natural hazel contact lenses. However, trying out a color such as green, blue, or grey can help to bring out that gorgeous natural glow in your skin. After all, the point of trying out a new eye color is to enjoy dramatically changing your usual eye tone! Whichever color you decide on, adding a new natural eye color to your look can be a fun way to enjoy trying out different makeup palettes and creating new color combos.
What eye color looks best with fair skin?
If you have a lighter eye color that commonly occurs with fair skin (hence the blonde hair, blue eyes stereotype) then you are likely to be able to enjoy good color coverage for a large range of natural contact lenses. Generally, lighter eye colors are easier to cover. When it comes to what eye color looks best with fair skin, we think that a bold vivid color will really stand out. Choosing a bright green, piercing blue, or bold brown will help to provide an exciting change in eye color that can be fun to try with new makeup looks. Whatever color you opt for, the whole point of trying natural colored contact lenses is to change your everyday look so the choice is up to you!
What eye color will look best with your hair shade?
What eye color looks best with blondes?
Naturally, blondes tend to have lighter eye colors such as blue but with plenty of people dyeing their hair blonde, why not switch your eye color too? The classic combo is blonde hair and blue eyes but with natural colored contacts, there’s no reason not to pair other colors with your blonde hair. Why not try a hazel or vivid green eye color to enhance your blonde locks?
What eye color goes best with brown hair?
A classic eye color that goes with brown hair is brown eyes. This matching set is one of the most common combos in nature but with colored contacts to help you out, you can create a new trend. Change your eye color to a light hazel or completely switch up your look with a new vibrant eye shade. Available from Colored Contacts in grey, green, blue, and even purple natural colored contact lens designs; there will be no stopping you from creating gorgeous new eye color and brown hair pairings.
What eye color goes best with red hair?
Whether you are a natural redhead or are trying out an unusual shade of red hair dye, you may enjoy changing your eye color too! Red hair is often seen with green or hazel eyes. Blue eye colors are very unusual with natural red hair so why not experiment with a new natural eye color? While there is a list of the most common eye color and hair color combinations found naturally, there’s no fun in looking the same as everyone else! With natural colored contact lenses, you can enjoy trying any color you fancy with your red hair.
The Best Natural Colored Contacts For Covering Brown Eyes
You may have decided on which color of natural contacts you want to try but the next step is to pick a design that will cover your natural eye color. Some of our natural colored contacts are designed to only enhance your eye color while others will completely cover it.
What color contacts are best for dark brown eyes?
If you choose a natural design with great color coverage, you can try any color with your dark brown eyes. The designs that are best for dark eyes are the Tri Tone, Freshlook, and Air Optix contact lenses available from Coloured Contacts. These brands and styles provide a detailed iris design that gives full color coverage for a natural-looking brand new eye color.
How do blue contacts look on brown eyes?
You will need to carefully choose blue contacts for brown eyes. If you choose a style that is very light blue or only covers the outer edge of the iris then they are unlikely to show against your brown eyes. Choosing natural blue contacts that offer full color coverage will help to completely cover your brown eyes. The trick is to choose natural colored contact lenses that are designed to give a block of color rather than a style that features a flecked design that is intended to blend with your natural eye tone. Styles such as the tri tone lenses offer block coverage with the added bonus of a detailed design that features a dark limbal ring and color flecks for a realistic finish.
So which are the best natural colored contacts? Only you can decide which color and design work best for you! Try whichever combination makes you feel great and enjoy switching up your natural eye color for a new equally natural pair of colored contacts. With so many detailed designs, your new colored lenses are sure to fit in seamlessly with your everyday look.