Pros: The three colors are pretty.
Cons: The color isn't vivid enough and they just are uncomfortable.
I went to the eyedoctor this past July in hopes of getting perscription colored contact lenses. I was disappointed when my eyedoctor told me I needed bifocal's and they don't make colored bifocal contact lenses at this present time. So I opted for just plain non-perscription contact lenses.
I have naturally VERY light blue eyes and I was wanting to enhance that. The doctor told me that my eyes were too light for the normal Acuvue 2 Colour's...so he suggest Acuvue 2 Colour Enhancers.
They are SUPPOSED to enhance the natural color of your eyes and brighten and entensify the color. They have a special color layer that is supposed to give your eyes a new sparkle and vibrance. B-S.
I paid $30 for a pack of 3 pairs (6 lenses) and that is a good deal...BUT the trouble of it and how uncomfortable it is really isn't worth it unless you NEED perscription lenses. I will NEVER buy another box of these. They are uncomfortable...they move around alot and not only were they constantly blurry...they made me dizzy.
They come in three colors...Blue...Green and Aquamarine. I tried on all three colors at the store...but I ended up with Aquamarine. The blue didn't do ANYTHING to my eyes...the green made me look funny but the aquamarine looked interesting. Well when I got them home....I put them in and did my makeup and no one could tell the difference. I myself could barely tell.
It's just a big hassle if all you want to do is change your eye color. I'd suggest the Acuvue Opaques if you really want to change your eyecolor. Don't waste your money. It's not worth the effort.