Headlight Tints

Headlight and Taillight Tinting

If you’ve recently had a car window tint installation , pairing it with a either headlight and taillight tinting can complete your look. Following the same principles as windows, car light tints are an underappreciated way to give your car an even sleeker and cleaner aesthetic. If you want your vehicle to stand out in the streets of Boston, let ProCarSound&Security upgrade the looks of your car headlights and taillights.

Adding A Taillight Tint

Both headlight and taillight tinting can increase the appeal of your vehicle. While taillight tints slightly darken your lights, they let out enough shine for a night and daytime driving. It’s important to know that you cannot have completely blacked-out taillights, as they will no longer be visible to other drivers.

The same benefits you see from using window tints will apply to taillight tints. Aside from the aesthetic value, these tints can provide added protection to your taillights. The film can act as a physical barrier and help prevent scratches and grooves from forming on your lights. More importantly, the tint film provides UV protection from the sun’s harmful rays. With enough time, UV rays can still break down and discolor plastics and other materials in your taillights. While this deterioration is more apparent in headlights, it can also happen to your custom taillights.

Upgrading With A Headlight Tint

After many years in the sun, the polycarbonate in your headlights can begin to deteriorate. Not only does this hinder the look of your car, but it can also decrease the effectiveness of your lights. 

You can enjoy many benefits with headlight tints. The film will serve as a protective layer and prevent minor scratches from oncoming road debris. UV protection can also help prevent your headlights from yellowing and hazing. 

As with taillight tints, headlight tints are another great way to help improve the aesthetics of your vehicle. 

Since headlight housings are lighter than the red housings of taillights, a headlight tint will typically be much more noticeable to onlookers.

Since the headlight housing is clear, any colored film will be more noticeable when compared to taillight housings. While there are many colors to choose from, a lightly smoked gray or yellow is recommended. 

Smoked Taillights And Headlights

The terms smoked headlights, and smoked taillights float around in the aftermarket tint scene. The two are alternative names for headlight and taillight tints. While there is much color variety in tints, smoked headlights and taillights will specifically refer to varying levels of gray, similar to the default shades found in car window tints.

Tint Your Car Lights Today

If you are looking for headlight or taillight tinting near you, ProCarSound&Security can get the job done for you. Opting for a car light tint can give your vehicle extra character, making it your own. At ProCarSound&Security, we deliver professional results and are sure you’ll love the outcome.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a tint installation, please feel free to contact our team.