Contact Lenses

3 Things You Should Know About Colored Contacts And Astigmatism


You wear colored contacts every day, but did you know that wearing colored contacts with astigmatism can affect your vision? Colored contact lenses are a great way to change up your look, but they have the potential to create issues if not worn properly. For this reason, it’s important to be aware of how colored contacts may impact your eye health before deciding whether or not to purchase them. Here are 3 things you should know about colored contact lenses and astigmatism:

1) Astigmatism is an issue for many people who wear colored contacts because the light entering their eyes is refracted unevenly – this causes blurriness in one eye while the other eye has a clear vision.

2) If you already wear colored contacts and need to update your prescription, you should consult with an eye care professional before changing it. If the updated lens no longer fits into your colored contact lenses case, then there may be issues when wearing them in general (such as blurriness or discomfort).

3) You can consult with an eye care professional to see if colored contacts and astigmatism are good options for you. If it’s not, there are many other options available such as laser surgery or prescription lenses made specifically for certain colored contact lens wearers (such as those who already wear colored contacts).

In conclusion, colored contacts are a great way to change up your look, and there is nothing wrong with trying colored contact lenses if you have astigmatism. However, it’s important that colored contacts don’t interfere with any other eye issues or prescriptions. It’s always best to consult an optometrist about the right options for you!