Choosing the right colour contact lenses before a dance performance
Coloured contact lenses are the easiest ways to make you appear bold or subtle, thus making your everyday look rock or your Halloween look perfect for the occasion. These coloured contact lenses are available without and with power for individuals as per their needs, such as for long, shot sightedness and for astigmatism. So to purchase a contact lens you need to have eye prescription from eye care professionals even to change the colour of your eyes, or for your vision correction lenses. So you wear medically prescription contact lenses that help your eyes and doesn’t cause much of a damage. So before you choose a contact lens of your dance performance, understand what dance you are to perform, is a subtle one or the one with heavy movements and the costume you are going to be wearing on the day of your dance performance. All these are important factors to be considered, apart from the colour and shape and size of the contact lenses available. High-quality lenses are preferred, and these colour contact lenses are a little expensive than the usual contact lenses, thus have your eye’s iris colour changed.
There are different types of coloured contact lenses, when different shapes and lines in them, even tiny dots and lines making them appear original and natural when worn by the person. The coloured contact lenses have different tints on them, where the visibility tint, gives the lens a blue or bluish-green tint, helping the person who is wearing it see better while insertion of the lens into the eyes and while removing them or even if the lenses are dropped on to the ground. This tint is very fine and faint, would not cause any damage to your eyes. There is this enhancement tint which makes the lenses to be to less transparent but translucent and the tint is a little bit darker. Thus the eye’s natural colour is enhanced and makes the iris appear intense especially for iris which is light coloured. The opaque tint is non-transparent, and change the colour of the eyes completely, and helps your change your iris colour completely to any colour that you want.
The common colours are green, hazel, violet, blue, brown, light brown-grey and amethyst, and theatre and dance performances, opaque tinted lenses are used, which were usually used in movies previously, however no available for anyone and everyone to use. So for choosing the right contact lens colour that matches your custom and for your dance performance, think about your hair colour and skin tone. Also, think about factors like the look that you are portraying while performing the dance, with a daring dramatic look with a lot of makeup and costume or a subtle look that is natural. Also if you have light eyes, then choose an enhancement tinted lenses, that matches your skin tone and your eye colour making your eyes have depth and intense look. You can also experiment with the colours where you choose green or grey if your eyes have a blue iris naturally. If you want to capture everyone’s attention and you can choose blue with red undertone contact lenses or enlarge your iris shape and size with a darker shade lens that is bigger than your usual iris size.
If you have brown eyes which are dark, then opt for opaque tinted contact lenses. Also, you should definitely choose light brown or hazel coloured lenses to get a more natural look. However, you can choose colours like violet, green and blue to catch people’s attention immediately and have dramatic entry into the stage. Also if you are performing a dance with zombie costume or the concept is about death, you can get custom tinted contact lenses, which make a healthy-looking eye appear dead, damaged or injured with their custom tints to make the presence of dance more dramatic and adhering to the concept.