I think in theory you could do it if you had a transparent material that also converted some of the UV or IR spectrum into visible light, say by reducing the energy of some of the UV light and converting it to longer visible wavelengths while passing through visible light unaltered. I don’t know if any such material exists, but it doesn’t violate any laws of physics to have an inert material do this without energy input. Fluorescent coatings do this for reflected light by converting some of the UV to the dominant pigment color, making the color unnaturally vivid.
If you’re going that route, pizza works well for that purpose.
However, I’d go with the “don’t give a shit what anyone thinks” advice and wear sunglasses or whatever works for you. I’d spend considerably less than a nanosecond worrying what somebody else thinks of whatever I’m doing. It turns out to be really good advice because the vast majority of the time, other people are mostly thinking about themselves and genuinely do NOT give a shit what you’re doing or what you look like, unless it’s something that affects them directly.