You can change your hair color a million different shades, but what if your eye color no longer compliments your fresh new shade of locks? Which color of contacts goes best with each hair color? This is a question we get a lot so we’ve put together a guide to help you get started picking your new shade of eyes.
Brunettes – Brown haired individuals can have a variety of natural eye colors, but most commonly found colors are brown, blue, or hazel eyes. Not a natural brunette? Try a blue colored contact. Blue tends to go very well with brown hair. The contrast of the darker hair with light eyes will really make your eye pop and see very bright. If the brown has a hint of red to it, try out a hazel color too.
Blondes – Blondes are known for their baby blue eyes but also can have brown and green. Those with blue or brown eyes may want to go for a green to go with their blonde hair. So if you’re not a natural blonde you probably would want to go with a blue or green color contacts. Blondes can have more fun and really play up the eyes with bright green and even purple colors too; it just depends if you want a more natural look or if you want to be obvious. The possibilities are endless.
Black – People with black hair should choose a lighter contact lens color. Bright blue eyes go great with black hair. Also, try gray, which may look rather different but it will definitely stand out and get attention.
Red – Those with red hair probably already have blue or green eyes but you should actually try color enhancing blue or green contacts, in other shades and hues, and even switch between the two colors. However, I believe most people would be in agreement when saying that red hair and green eyes make for a great combination.
Whatever hair shade you choose, be creative with your contact lens colors. There are so many different colors and brands out there. AC Lens stocks a wide selection of colored contact lenses, so once you get your prescription from your doctor, visit AC Lens to order any color you can dream of.
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