The eyes are the windows to your soul and possibly the key to your heart. Your eye color has as much to say about who you are and how you love as your personality. Well maybe not, but that is our reasoning behind providing you with this article on eye color and love.
Do you love the person you love because they have blue eyes, brown eyes or green eyes? Is there more passion amongst people with blue eyes than brown? Do people with green eyes have a hard time finding their soul mate, their one true love? What do you think?
There is a lot of myth and mystery surrounding eye color and love. Some people think brown-eyed gals for example make better and more loving partners. Sounds crazy, but what if it is true? What if your eye color really made a difference in your love life; if it did, would you do something about it?
There is no doubt about it; some people prefer blue eyes to brown. Still others associate green eyes or unusual colors like violet eyes with mystery. This has more to do with personal preference however, than it does with an individual's ability to attract a soul mate. IF you are one to believe in tales of mystery, find out whether the color of your eyes may affect the quality of your love life.
Eye Color Romance - An Old Wives Tale?
People often make assumptions about others based on their physical features like hair and eye color. Some people believe redheads are more wild and crazy, while brown haired gals are a bit more studious. Does the same ring true for eye color?
When it boils down to it, the answer to this question may depend on who you talk to; it seems like everyone has a different opinion on the subject. Some people even believe you have an "inner" and an "outer" eye color. What does that mean? Your eyes may LOOK blue, but they may speak green.
Check Out This Fun Quiz and find out what your inner eye color is, and what it may reveal about you.
Remember that eye color does not always match hair color either. Blonde girls can have brown, blue, green or violet eyes. The same is true of brown haired guys or gals. So do not judge a book so to speak, by its color. You never know what is on the inside, until you take the time needed to get to know someone.
How To Change Your Eye Color
Of course, you can take matters into your own hands. Color contact lenses are all the rage these days. You can now have blue eyes, green eyes, purple eyes… you can even change your eyes to resemble cat eyes if you are inclined to do so.
Disposable color contact lenses are all the rage these days. You can use them safely and change the color of your eyes any day of the week. Color contact lenses are readily available for people with or without vision problems. You will need a prescription from your eye doctor however to buy color contacts, even if you have 20/20 vision. Keep this in mind before you go searching for the perfect eye color.
Why not try a fun experiment to find out whether eye color really does attract members of the opposite sex? If you have color contacts, try wearing different colors different days of the week. Go out with different people, but keep the rest of your appearance relatively simple. Do you notice a difference in the way people react to you? Let us know. Contact us and share your stories and experiences about love and eye color.
Caring For Your Eyes
While it is fun to wear color contacts, you must also be sure to take proper care of them. Disposable contacts are easy to use and sanitary. They are the simplest way to experiment with eye color. One of the more common problems people have with contacts is eye infections. If you do not sanitize your contacts correctly, you can introduce bacteria into your eye leading to an eye infection. Here are some tips to make sure you have fun with color without compromising the safety of your eyes:
With a little knowledge and information, just about anyone can have fun wearing color contact lenses!
- Make sure you follow the directions on the box.
- Always wash your hand before applying contact lenses.
- Never share colored contact lenses.
- Do not wear contacts daily if possible, to reduce wear and tear on your eyes.
- Do not sleep in your contact, unless you have special contacts that allow you to do so (usually, you should not sleep in your contacts).
- Consult with an eye care professional.
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