What contact lenses will look good on indian {wheatish} complexion?

What contact lenses will look good on indian {wheatish} complexion?

Gray/light green

Clear. To be honest, no color contacts look good with brown eyes (I'm just assuming you have brown eyes.) They are all very obvious. That's my opinion. I'm sure your eyes are beautiful just the color they are.


Brown, grey

Try brown or black. Trust me they look the best on indian wheatish skin.

Brown(not lite) or black…

Can you change the colour of your eyes without surgery? While it may seem impossible, the answer is yes-coloured contacts can turn your eyes blue and your neighbours green eyed.

It is like something straight out of the Cinderella tale-to be born with boring black eyes but with the ability to transform them into green or attractive blue in an instant. But your eyes are one of the most delicate organs in your body and hence, a lot of consideration will have to go into coloured contacts before you pick them.

Have a talk with your doctor

First of all, you need a prescription to buy even cosmetic Plano lenses. Plano lenses are those which have no power and will not enhance your vision in any way. Recently in the USA, the FDA seized a shipment of Plano lenses as they felt that they could cause injury if worn without a doctor's prescription.

While there are many companies which will allow you to buy contacts on your own, it is neither advisable nor safe. Moreover, it becomes imperative to do this if you already have an issue with your vision.

Choosing the right colour

Once you've made up your mind that you are going in for lenses, the next question is which colour to choose. This is a matter of personal choice and may depend upon how dramatic you want the effect to be. Just as with hairstyles and hair colours, there are certain colours which might suit you better.

If you have the typical Indian "wheatish" complexion, you can safely go for brighter colours like deep purple or aquamarine. Another important thing to reckon with is your eye and overall make-up. The colour of your eye-shadow, eye-liner and other makeup should complement the colour of your lenses. If you want the lenses to stand out, choose a colour that contrasts your makeup shades.
Types of coloured lenses

There are four types of coloured contact lenses: visibility tints, enhancement tints, opaque colour tints and light-filtering tints.

The one you will need to change your eye colour completely, say from brown to purple, will be colour tints. These coloured lenses resemble our natural eye tints almost perfectly.

Visibility tints simply add a green or blue hue to your original colour and are used with corrective lenses to improve clarity of vision.

Enhancement tints will deepen the colour of your natural eyes and are useful if you want to bring about a subtle change in your appearance without shocking your friends and family.

Light-filtering tints, a recent invention, highlight certain colours by muting the others and are used by sports-persons and audiences to see the ball or bat better.

There are the other variety-theatrical or costume lenses, which endow the user's eyes with 'unnatural' colours. These can give you the appearance of a ghost, an animal or so many other things. They are quite popular at fancy dress parties or with people who have a really quirky fashion sense.