How to buy and use colored contact lenses
Posted On July 18, 2021
People are buying and using colored contact lens as they are increasingly reliant on the new technology.
The first time you wear a contact lens, you are asked to choose between a regular white and a light blue one.
It is a confusing process that has baffled scientists.
The color of the lens is usually a simple, binary choice.
But some people choose to use their contact lenses as an extension of their personalities, and some choose to choose a more organic color.
The new color is an extension for them, which makes it different from the white ones.
So how do you choose the right color?
“It’s actually not a choice at all,” says Dr. Jennifer Dube, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and the study’s lead author.
“It’s really about the person.
And we have seen that people are really comfortable with using their own skin tone.”
A color that looks like it has been dipped in oil and blended into a paste can be difficult to distinguish, but Dr. Dube believes this is not necessarily a bad thing.
“People will often choose to wear a color that they know they’ll use in the future, and it may be a more natural way of expressing themselves,” she says.
“You might use it to express yourself or a message that you care about.
You might choose to blend in the color in a way that you know will be accepted by others.”
The color you choose will also affect how the color works on your skin.
A dark shade of light blue is less effective than a lighter shade of blue.
If you want to make a difference, you might opt for a shade that is slightly darker than your skin tone.
The study involved a random sample of 1,100 people who wear contact lenses in a lab in Los Angeles, California.
Each person wore a contact lenses array for four hours a day for a month.
Then, they were asked to make three choices: color the lens with their own own skin, color the color with a mix of two other colors, or mix the colors to be used together.
The experimenters asked participants to describe the colors they used and to describe what they did with them.
The results showed that a person’s skin color did not matter much when choosing colors.
But people who chose to wear the colors with others had a much better chance of having their color match their own personality and look.
People who used the colors in a mixed palette were more likely to choose the one that matched their skin tone and the color they wanted.
“The way color works is you don’t really know what color you’re going to be able to make out of the other colors,” says Dube.
“So what we do know is that people who are using the color as a means to express themselves or as an expression of their personality are going to have more success than those who use the colors as an outlet for their own individuality.”
Dube and her colleagues found that when people used their color with other colors or with an organic color, their colors seemed to have a better match with their skin.
But when they used their colors as part of a mix, it didn’t matter.
The colors were all equally effective, meaning that the combination of colors was more effective at reflecting the other person’s personality.
This is a finding that could help people who prefer to wear their own color in their lenses, but it could also help people looking for an alternative color to wear.
The research could also be used to help make contact lens companies better understand their customers’ needs, and to find ways to improve the color palette for the industry.
“We know that our customers want their lenses to match their skin, and that’s a very personal thing,” says Marc Pacheco, a product manager at L’Oréal Beauty.
“So what can we do to help people better understand what they want from their lenses?”
This article was first published on January 10, 2019.