You are going to suffer fatigue in the long run with "blue" lights. It will kill your eyes.
Blue light also shifts the color hue of everything on the road to blue scale, which fatigues your eyes more than a standard halogen bulb, and it's brightness isn't that much of a marked improvement over a xenon-filled halogen bulb. As evidence of this blue eye fatigue, anyone in the Armed Forces, or anyone who is an astonomer/stargazer, knows to read maps and charts at night using a red light. This is because red light (on the opposite end of the visible light spectrum from blue) doesn't burn into your eyes and affect your night vision like blue light does. As an experiment, momentarily shine a red LED in one of your eyes and a blue LED in the other. Close both eyes and notice how the blue LED burns into your cornea a lot more than the red does. This is because blue light is higher energy and thus causes more strain and wear on the light receptors in your eyes than red light. Kind of like blasting your car stereo at 100db for half an hour straight would fatigue your ears.
Rice-tastic is correct, please use a 4100K bulb, instead of a 300,000,000K bulb, the blue color actually makes the brightness less than a regular 4100K-4300K.
Oh and if your cuttoff is no where near this sharp, then you will understand why other motorists will want to yell at you.
This looks like a smurf exploded in front of your car.