A pair of green contact lenses is a great way to update your look or complete your Halloween costume. There is a great choice of green contact lenses out there, from convincing natural-look green contacts to freaky Halloween designs and UV contact lenses.
Green contact lenses suit most people because they open up the eye area and refresh the look of your eyes. This makes them very flattering, perfect for when youâ€™re the centre of attention. Personally I love green contact lenses. My eyes are green-grey and a pair of bright green contact lenses just makes them so much more intense. It really brightens up my whole face and I wear them for events like parties, costume parties and clubbing. I havenâ€™t actually worn a pair of green Halloween contact lenses but I know they would look great.
Natural Green Contact Lenses
If you want to make everyone think that your eyes are actually green, you will need a pair of natural green contact lenses. Natural-look green contact lenses are designed to look really convincing and they come in a choice of styles to suit different skin tones.
The trick with natural-look lenses is to find a design that echoes your natural eye colour. Try to find a pair of green contact lenses whose colour matches the intensity of your natural colour. For example, if you have dark brown eyes you should wear a pair of dark green lenses, if you have light brown or hazel eyes, try to find paler green lenses. You can also look for colours of green that are on the same spectrum as your natural eye colour. If you have brown/hazel eyes try to find green lenses with a hint or brown or yellow â€“ if your eyes are naturally blue, go for aqua-green lenses.
UV Green Contact Lenses
For clubbing, parties and raves, you canâ€™t beat a pair of UV green contact lenses. These are green contact lenses that glow under UV or black light, giving you amazing glowing eyes. These are a real favourite because they make sure youâ€™re the centre of attention! These lenses look like regular plain green contact lenses in normal light and only glow under UV/black light, so you get two fab looks in one pair of contact lenses.