Cosmetic Contact Lens

Spice Up Your Look With Colorful Halloween Contact Lenses

 
Halloween is coming and you can really get things going with colorful cosmetic contact lenses. Halloween is all about making your costume and appearance really amazing. You can work it up on your costume, but how about changing the color of your eyes. Will not it be nice to have an appearance different from the rest. Above all, you can buy colored contact lenses without paying a fortune.

If you think that theatrical costume cosmetic contact lense are very expensive, you might be pleasantly surprised. You can pick up an exciting looking pair of Halloween costume lenses/ colored contact lense for about 40 dollars. Mass produced lenses like Crazy Lenses and Wild Eyes are very affordable. You can have them from contact lense sale or save even more if you order them online. However, hand-painted, custom contact lens could cost a few hundreds of dollars. Scleral costume lenses, which cover not only your pupil and iris, but the entire visible area of your eye are the most expensive.

There are two most popular collections of Halloween contact lenses- one is Crazy Lenses by Cooper Vision and the other is Wild Eyes by Ciba vision. Both brands offer high quality, affordable Halloween contact lenses that create great effects and are the right contact lens colors for your Halloween night. There is a wide variety of Wild Eyes lenses, the most popular of which are- Alien, Blackout and whiteout, Hypnotica, Cat eye, Ice fire and Red hot. On the other hand, the most popular among the Crazy Lenses are Black, red and white spiral, Wolf, Fire and Bloodshot.

If you do not find a suitable design in Wild Eyes or Crazy Lenses, you can always take the help of other contact lens providers. Also, you can take care of your Halloween lenses with a no-rub multipurpose solution/ contact lens cleaner, a pair of plastic tweezers and a contact lens case. You can get it all from any chemist shop. Contact lens cleaning is very easy. Also, care should be taken to safely deal with your contact lenses. You should always wash your hands with soap before handling contact lenses. Be careful not to tear the lenses, place it on your fingertip and rinse it with a no-rub contact lens solution. After the costume lenses removal, give them another rinse and place them in their case with fresh solution, until the next time you use them.

If you already wear corrective or color contact lenses every day, costume lenses will feel pretty much the same as usual. If you have never worn contact lenses before, at first you might feel a slight discomfort and an urge to rub your eye. It is suggested to use lubricant drops, which you can buy from any chemist shop.