Blue Coloured Contact Lenses

Make your gaze deep and mesmerizing

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Why do people wear blue contact lenses?

@kjeymodel wearing blue contact lenses - Queens Solitaire AquaPeople around the world have long desired blue hued eyes. Pretty sapphire blue colour eyes are a common theme in poems and songs. It is no surprise that many of the most iconic photo models featured on the cover of magazines have blue coloured eyes. Blue contact lenses are very popular because of their captivating appeal and mesmerizing beauty.

It is important to remember that the blue colour of an iris is not due to the presence of melanin, but rather the absence of it. Melanin is responsible for your brown iris colour. If you don't have melanin, your eyes will appear blue because of the way the light rays reflect off your eyes. Azure eyes are rare as most people have at least some melanin within their irises. This gives us an endless array of eye colours, from light green to dark chocolate, but it isn't very common. Although levels of melanin can fluctuate throughout life and may be affected by certain health conditions such as diabetes or cancer, most people are born with a particular eye colour. This means you probably aren't one of the rare 10% who were born without melanin in your eyes. But maybe you wish that was the case. We're here to listen and help!

Blue coloured contact lenses are a popular choice for many reasons. Some people just want their brown eyes to match the sky. Other people wish to enhance their natural blue eyes by adding depth or colour. A major transformation can occur when your eye colour changes from dark brown or light blue. Some people do this to transform their look. Blue contact lenses are very in-demand.

There are many great options in our selection of blue contacts. The lenses can be delicate and transparent, or almost opaque, which is suitable for those with dark eyes. This category also contains special effects lenses. So you can create the appearance of a White Walker by wearing something disturbing and creepy.

Do blue contacts work?

If you are unsure which blue lenses will work best for you, we recommend that you try them out. Contacts can look very different on two people, just as hair dyes. To make it easier, you can also refer to this brief subjective category of blue contacts that we prepared.

  1. Blue eye colour enhancers are contacts that highlight your naturally blue eyes. Examples of such products include Freshlook Dimensions Pacific Blue or Neo Cosmo 3 Tone Blue N321. These products are best for people with blue eyes. They can add some oomph to your look, but not too much.
  2. The best choice for blue lenses for light eyes is probably this one, as all contacts must look great on bright eyes. However, this is not always the case. Blue contacts can blend with hazel eyes or light grey eyes to give you a blue effect. According to physics, yellow + blue equals green. Some people might be surprised that blue contacts can make their eyes greener. Some lighter contacts may not make any difference to you eyes if they're too subtle and similar in appearance to your own iris. We recommend that customers with light eyes choose opaque colours to avoid disappointment. 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 brown and black eyes. These products are not uncommon. Neo Cosmo 2 Tone Blue is a great option for photo and cosplay sessions. You also have the option to choose from more natural models like Queens Solitaire Aqua and Cheerful Cloudy Blue. The Neo Cosmo 2 Tone Blue lenses have an incredible amount of pigmentation. They are a great choice for anyone who wants to achieve a natural, realistic change in eye colour.
  4. Contact lenses that are completely opaque in blue. This group is perfect for costume and look changes that require a visible and obvious eye colour change. For Halloween, the lenses that fall under this category include Solar Blue, Blizzard, and full eye Athena Blue. It doesn't really matter what your natural eyes colour is, these contacts will make a huge difference and will look incredible.

You will find that most of these products have corrective powers. You can order most of them with minuses to correct nearsightedness. Some of them also have pluses for farsightedness. What's more, we even have blue toric contacts for astigmatism! You've come to the right spot if you need prescription blue coloured contact lenses.

You'll find something that suits your preferences, no matter what they are!

@kjeymodel wearing Queens Solitaire Aqua contacts

Customer Reviews for our Blue Contact Lenses

Number of reviews: 205
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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1 Tone Blue (N131)
1 Tone Blue (N131)
€15.99 €28.99
2 Tone Aqua (N226)
2 Tone Aqua (N226)
€15.99 €28.99
2 Tone Blue (N221)
2 Tone Blue (N221)
€15.99 €28.99
3 Tone Aqua (N326)
3 Tone Aqua (N326)
€15.99 €28.99
3 Tone Blue
3 Tone Blue
€14.99 €23.99
3 Tone Blue (N321)
3 Tone Blue (N321)
€15.99 €28.99
Air Optix Colors Blue
Air Optix Colors Blue
€21.89 €28.99
Air Optix Colors Brilliant Blue
Air Optix Colors Brilliant Blue
€21.89 €28.99
Aqua (N236)
Aqua (N236)
€15.99 €28.99
Athena Blue 22mm Sclera
Athena Blue 22mm Sclera
€82.99 €119.99
BigEyes Cool Blue
BigEyes Cool Blue
€16.99 €24.99
Blizzard
Blizzard
€17.99 €28.99
Blue (N231)
Blue (N231)
€15.99 €28.99
Blue Flames (N521)
Blue Flames (N521)
€15.99 €28.99
Cheerful Cloudy Blue
Cheerful Cloudy Blue
€16.99 €24.99
Cheerful Crystal Blue
Cheerful Crystal Blue
€16.99 €24.99