Do you want to change your eye color but have astigmatism? You’re not alone! Many people with astigmatism choose contacts to change their eye color. But with so many different colored contacts on the market, it can be challenging to select the best ones for you. This article will discuss how to choose the best colored contacts with astigmatism.
What should I know about this?
The first step is to find out what type of contacts you need. There are three types of colored contacts: tinted, enhancement, and opaque. Tinted-colored contacts add a faint color to your natural eye color. Enhancement-colored contacts make your natural eye color more intense. Opaque-colored contacts completely cover your iris with color.
If you have mild astigmatism, any contact should work for you. But if you have moderate or severe astigmatism, you will need to choose enhancement or opaque contacts. Tinted and enhancement-colored contacts do not correct astigmatism, so they may not be the best choice if your astigmatism is severe.
We hope this information has been helpful to you.