Blue Contact Lenses

Give your eyes the beautiful color of the sea

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Are blue contacts safe?

@kjeymodel wearing blue contact lenses Queens Solitaire AquaSince ancient times, blue eyes have been a desire for many people all over the globe. Songs and poems have been written about blue iris and it is not surprising that the most prominent photo models on the covers of magazines have blue eyes. It's easy to see why blue eye contact lenses are so popular.

It is interesting to see that the blue color of your iris does not come from melanin being absent. Melanin, among other things, is responsible for the brown color of your eyes. This happens because light rays bounce off your eyes and reflect back. Azure eyes are not common. Most people have some melanin in their iris, which allows them to see a wide range of colours from light green to dark brown. While levels of melanin may fluctuate over time and can be affected by certain medical conditions, generally speaking, eye colour is something that we are born with. It is likely that you aren't among the 10% of people born with melanin. However, you might wish you were. We are here to help you.

Blue contact lenses are one of the most sought-after categories for a variety of reasons. Some people want their chestnut or hazel eyes to look like the sky. Others wish to give their blue eyes a deeper or newer tone. It can be a big transformation to your eyes if you change from dark brown to light. This is why some people opt for it as a way to completely transform their appearance. It's no surprise that blue contact lenses are so in demand.

The blue contacts we offer are a variety of options for each group. They range from transparent and delicate to opaque (suitable if you have dark eyes). The category also includes special effects lenses. You can go crazy and creepy to look like a White Walker.

Do blue contacts work on brown eyes?

We recommend trying different lenses to find the right one for you. Contacts are like hair dyes, they can look completely different on different people. This short and subjective classification of blue contact lenses can be found here. We hope it helps you make an informed decision.

  1. Contacts that enhance the natural blue colour of your eyes are called blue eye colour enhancers. Examples of such products include Freshlook Dimensions Pacific Blue or Neo Cosmo 3 Tone Blue N321. They are recommended for people with blue eyes who want to give their appearance a little more flair without affecting it too much.
  2. This might sound like an easy choice because all contacts should look great on light eyes. But not always. Some contacts may blend with hazel or very light eyes and create an effect that is quite different from blue. Some people may be surprised to find that their eyes turn green after wearing blue contacts. This is because yellow plus blue equals Green. If the contacts are too subtle or similar to your iris, it might not make a difference. To avoid disappointment, we recommend that light-eyed customers choose opaque colours. Examples of such contacts are ColourVue 3 Tone Blue or Glamour Blue.
  3. Natural looking blue contact lenses for dark eyes - contacts that can alter even dark or even black eyes. There are many options for such products. For a visible effect, you can choose Neo Cosmo 2 Tone Blue. Or you can go for Queens Solitaire Aqua or Cheerful Cloudy Blue. These lenses are single-tone, but they have a lot of pigmentation. This makes them an excellent choice for people who want to change their eye colour naturally.
  4. Contact lenses in completely opaque blue - This category is great for costumes that require a noticeable and distinct eye colour change. This category includes Solar Blue, Blizzard and full-eye Athena Blue lenses. Halloween is an example of this. These contacts will make your eyes look amazing, no matter what colour you have.

The majority of the products in this category can be ordered with corrective powers. Many of these products can be ordered with minuses to correct nearsightedness. However, some also have pluses that can be used for farsightedness. What's more, we even have blue toric contacts for astigmatism! If you are looking for blue prescription contact lenses, then you have come to the right place.

No matter what your taste may be, there's bound to be something for you here.

@kjeymodel wearing Queens Solitaire Aqua contacts

Customer Reviews for our Blue Contact Lenses

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1 Tone Blue (N131)
1 Tone Blue (N131)
$17.99 $28.99
2 Tone Aqua (N226)
2 Tone Aqua (N226)
$17.99 $28.99
2 Tone Blue (N221)
2 Tone Blue (N221)
$17.99 $28.99
3 Tone Aqua (N326)
3 Tone Aqua (N326)
$17.99 $28.99
3 Tone Blue
3 Tone Blue
$16.99 $28.99
3 Tone Blue (N321)
3 Tone Blue (N321)
$17.99 $28.99
Air Optix Colors Blue
Air Optix Colors Blue
$33.99 $34.99
Aqua (N236)
Aqua (N236)
$17.99 $28.99
Athena Blue 22mm Sclera
Athena Blue 22mm Sclera
$94.99 $119.99
BigEyes Cool Blue
BigEyes Cool Blue
$17.99 $29.99
Blizzard
Blizzard
$20.99 $28.99
Blue (N231)
Blue (N231)
$17.99 $28.99
Blue Flames (N521)
Blue Flames (N521)
$17.99 $29.99
Cheerful Cloudy Blue
Cheerful Cloudy Blue
$19.99 $29.99
Cheerful Crystal Blue
Cheerful Crystal Blue
$19.99 $29.99