With colored contacts you can have almost any eye color, right? But what would you look like with different colored eyes? All you need to find out is your Mac, a camera and a photo of your face, and a fun app that does all the work.
I Long For Blue Eyes
One thing is certain about my life. When I look into a mirror each morning my eyes are going to be the same color as they were when I looked into the mirror yesterday morning.
They’re black. Or, dark, dark brown. I see more clearly after morning coffee, so that’s probably when they’re actually black.
Before the coffee everything is a little cloudy. I’ve considered colored contact lenses in the past but worried that I would invest the money and look like a freak. OK, a different freak.
With the EyeContacts Plus app on my Mac there’s no question. I can adjust the color of my eyes in a photo to see how they would look with different colored contact lenses.
The results are stunning. And getting a different color onto a photo is actually fun because there’s more going on in EyeContacts Plus than just colored lenses.
Click on the image above for a larger, pop up view of the tools in EyeContacts Plus.
The tools are not your typical Mac graphics app tools, but they’re similar enough that you won’t be intimidated for more than a few minutes (not that many tools).
Plus, there are plenty of presets and a collection of 129 different contact lenses to drop into your photo.
Start with a good photo, first, preferably a good quality closeup. The lenses can be fitted to your eye size and shape. There’s even a brush tool to change the shape of the inserted lens to match the contour of your eyes in the photo.
Color is one thing, but there’s more going on in EyeContacts Plus. Add funky spirals, multiple colors, and much more. It removes red eye in the photo before you get started. This is really a lot of fun. If only there was a way to take the colored photo and run down to the optometrist and get the exact same design.