Coloured contacts have three different kinds of tints – visibility, enhancement, and opaque colour tints. Most of these contact lenses are being sold in plain form, but some of these lenses are uniquely designed, so as to help people with astigmatism. The most popular among coloured contacts are bifocal contacts and disposable contact lenses.
Coloured Contacts with Visibility Tints
Visibility tints are light blue or green tints that are being added to the lens, to help a person to be able to see better during the insertion and removal of the lenses, or in case you drop it. And since it’s made of a very light tint, and it will not affect your eye color at all.
Enhancement tints are solid but translucent, or made of a see-through tint, which is a little darker as compared with a visibility tint, and therefore, enhancement tint coloured contacts will not change your eye color. From the name itself, enhancement tints are made for the purpose of enhancing the existing color of your eyes. These types of tints are ideal for people who have very light eye color, since it could help to enhance the color of their eyes.
Opaque Colour Tints
Opaque coloured tints are deeper, and thus, it could change the entire color of your eyes completely. They are usually made of patterns of solid colors, and are ideal for people with dark eyes. These coloured contacts could change the overall color of your eyes, and comes in several varieties of color – green, blue, hazel, violet, amethyst and gray.