Details for by Steven A. Queenan CHANGING EYE COLOR

by Steven A. Queenan
CHANGING EYE COLOR
side from changing hair
color, changing eye color
may be one of the most
appealing cosmetic changes
that a person might consider.
If so, contact lenses with an
“enhancement tint” provide a
temporary way of changing
eye color. Slightly darker than
a “visibility tint,” which uses
slight green or blue coloration
to help contact wearers locate,
insert, and remove their lenses,
enhancement tints are darker
and intended for those who want
to make their eye color look more
vibrant. For those who wish to
switch to a completely new eye
color, “opaque tints” can change
eye color to including hazel,
green, blue, violet, amethyst,
brown, and gray. The center of
the lens that lies over the pupil
is clear.

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olored contact lenses are safe
as long as your contacts are
properly prescribed, used and
cared for. For more information,
call REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL
at 587-6309, or visit our website
www.regeyecenter.com. We are
located just inside Regional Eye
Center at 1455 Montreal Street.,
S.E. Our business hours are
Mon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm;
Tues. & Wed., 8:00am-5:30pm;
and Fri., 8:00am-1:00pm.

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.S. For more subtle changes
in eye-color enhancement,
consider an enhancement tint
that defines the edges of your iris
and deepens your natural color.

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