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Grey Colored Contacts (Gray Contacts for Short)

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

As you grow older, many things about our physical appearance can change. For example, some people find that their skin is a lot lighter than when they were younger. This makes very dark hair stand out even more. One other thing that can stand out is our eye color. Many people falsely assume that color contacts are just for young people. Nothing could be further from the truth. As we make changes to

accommodate the aging experience, color contacts should be a priority as well. If you have had some experience with them in the past, you may have been turned off from the process altogether. You have probably also heard from friends that they cause a lot of problems and don't look natural.

Your friends they have been right about color contacts in the past. However, today, drastic changes have occurred in the industry. They are now more easy to use, less expensive, and more natural looking than ever. People that never wore color contacts before are finding them extremely easy to use and most people don't even know that they're wearing them. One of the major changes that has

occurred in the industry is that you no longer have to rely on your regional eye color to make the contacts work. If you have extremely dark brown eyes, you do not have to worry about grey colored contacts not working for you. You also don't have to worry about the color being extremely flat. Flat color contacts often left the user with fake looking and obvious eye colors.

Once you have decided upon the color contacts that you want to use, your next step is to find the correct makeup. This involves doing a little bit of a makeover. After all, you will need to figure out which colors will work for you and which ones do not. For example, if you get gray contacts, you may find that certain hair colors will not work. Most people who have gray eyes have either ash or champagne blonde hair or black hair. Anything else may cause you to look washed out.

You may also find that you need to change the color of clothing that you wear. People who are spoiled by having brown eyes can usually where just about anything. However, switching to a different eye color can cause at a noticeable disruption in your style. If you're having a lot of trouble finding the right hair color, makeup, and clothing colors, consider going to a makeup counter. After all, they

are in the business of having makeovers. As a courtesy, be sure to leave a tip if you do not find any of their makeup suitable. If you love the way you look, however, be sure to purchase some of their makeup for the service. In addition to finding a day look, you may also get recommendations for a night time look.


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