Accessories come in many forms-jewelry, shoes, belts, cuff links, ties, purses, scarves, hats, you name it. Both men and women have many options for mix and match. But thanks to technology and creativity, there is a new way to change up your look-colored contacts.
You do not need a prescription for corrective lenses in order to wear colored contacts! That is a big misconception that people have. In fact, half of those that wear colored contacts do not use corrective lenses. That said, in order to comfortably and safely wear your colored contacts, you need to see a local eyeglasses store to have your eyes measured before ordering colored contacts (which can be done at that particular store or online, using the optical measurements given to you).
Before purchasing your contacts, take into consideration which colors look best with your skin tone and hair color. Most people go by natural eye color when considering flattering hues, but of course, in this case you cannot do that. Pale or cool-toned skin looks best with other cool-toned colors like blues and greens, while olive or warmer skin looks best with warm tones like golden browns and hazels.
How many different colors you purchase and wear is entirely up to you-a good starting point would be, if your budget allows, getting two different colors and seeing how they work for you. If you are happy with both then, excellent! If you want to try more then feel free, and this time you will have a better idea of what works for you.
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