Care for contact lenses is very important. Did you know that it is possible to get contacts for your eyes, and that too, colored contact lenses, without a doctor’s prescription?
I almost didn’t believe it until I saw someone wearing them and then heard about their new adventure without the doctor’s prescription. This suited me to a T and you can bet that the very next day had me heading for a contact lens store. One thing I must mention is that contact lenses may be of any kind, cosmetic or otherwise, you just cannot do away with the proper contact lenses care.
Most of us do like change of some sort in ourselves. But of course, you cannot just turn yourself into a Cinderella overnight. You can only try to look different in so many ways. One of the most common changes you see around you nowadays is the different shades of hair around you.
Well, you can change the color of your hair, but this you must have tried many a time before. You are sure to have painted your nails in brilliant shades and even experimented with the shape and added attachments. Or perhaps you would like a tattoo on your back? What else can you try, short of doing surgery and changing your face? The best option would be to color your eyes with the help of contact lenses.
Go ahead and choose browns, blues, greens and hazel shades for your eyes. Or perhaps you would prefer the new outlandish shades of pink or violet? Whatever you choose, make sure that your contact lenses are cared for and that you have sought your doctor’s advise before going in for them.
There are different kinds of contact lenses, like soft, semi soft and disposable. You need to try on the contact lens before buying them, as they come in different curvatures. If your vision requires no correction, then you can go in for plain contact lenses.
Even if you need corrective contact lenses, you can get them in colored form.Make sure that your country does not have stringent laws with regard to contact lenses without prescription. Some countries like England, Canada and the USA require a doctor’s prescription even for cosmetic contact lenses.