What Color Eyes Do Hazel Contacts Suit Best?

Color contact lenses are the in thing today and the choice of millions of people who want to have their eye color changed for various reasons. There are many colors to choose from, dark brown, steel grey, sky blue, grey, sea green, hazel color and many others. The cost of these color contacts being very affordable, allows people to use it for esthetic reasons such as matching to the clothes, hair color, party, etc.

Why Hazel Contacts Does Not Suit All Types Of Eyes?

There are plenty of colors to choose from ranging from a vast palette of colors that work to enhance your personal beauty, to the horror based colors aimed for fun and parties. The technology is such that today you can get any color contacts you want at highly affordable prices. The problem with finding the right color for you is not the availability of lenses but matching the color to your eyes and complexion.

There are many people who would love to use hazel contacts but are disappointed with the end results. The reason for this is not the quality of the hazel contacts but the color of the eyes of the wearer. If your eyes are dark brown to black, then the regular hazel contacts would not make much difference to your eyes. If it does change your eye color it would be either greenish or bluish, which is a far cry from the hazel color you wanted.

Why Hazel Contacts Are So Ineffective?

It is not only hazel contacts that are ineffective, but all other semi opaque and transparent lenses too. For example, dark eyes do not have problems with only the hazel color but with all the light colors as well, such as light blue, light green, light yellow and so on.

In order to change the color of dark eyes you need to use opaque lenses which completely mask the color of the iris to give you the wanted results - in this case the hazel color. This is the only choice of lenses you would have if you want to have the perfect hazel color eyes.

In case you have any other color eyes (other than dark color) you would have broader choice of lenses such as semi-transparent, transparent and so on. The reason for this discrimination is that the transparent and semi-transparent contacts are unable to mask the dark color of the eye. At the best it combines with it to give a slightly different color.