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We offer wholesale goods, primarily plano color cosmetic lenses. Our products are the best quality and we stand by this. With our contacts you can change any eye color with our colored contacts.
Theatrical contact lenses are colored contacts that you can often see in movies. You might have seen a vampire movie where the vampires have unnatural looking white eyes or maybe a character with cat eyes. Well, they use often theatrical contact lenses to get those eyes. Even though they are often used at movies and stuff, anyone can easily get those for themselves for their own use.
Using theatrical contact lenses that fit to your character, you can get your character much more alive. Because changing your eyes is something that one can't do themselves, you have to use color contacts to get that effect.
Theatrical contact lenses change your eye color completely instead of just adding more color to it like regular color contacts do, so they are good for both light colored and dark colored eyes.
Halloween is the best time of year to try out your theatrical contact lenses. They can make any horror costume seem more menacing or evil. A pair of vampire contacts will give your Dracula costume a more realistic appearance. You can also pair up a pair of black sclera lenses with Dracula for a menacing look. Any style of lens you choose will enhance and add to your costume for that special Halloween night party. Whether you choose a gothic costume or a scary one, you will be sure to be able to find the perfect pair to go with it online.
We carry 1 tone, 2 tone, and 3 tone lenses which can adjust any shade of eye color and are on a monthly replacement schedule. You can purchase some of our products in bulk under the "packages" section for a price cut per item.
Compared to regular crazy contacts lenses, these themed lenses sport a lot of color, graphics and designs that are sure to please or shock a viewer, based on the chosen theme. These lenses, too, sport themes such as vampires, werewolves, zombies, etc. Bright colors such as orange, blood-red, yellow, blue, purple, and green are infused into these lenses in various shades and patterns to create an unforgettable pair of eyes that can take a theme to the ultimate level.
The popularity of Halloween Contacts has simply grown over the years and in addition to children, adults too find it a fun way to release stress while showing their "dark" sides. Halloween costumes are available in various themes such as witches, banshees, space creatures, vampires, robots, zombies, and werewolves, among many others that are added to the list with each passing year.
Costume contact lenses don't come as daily disposables, simply because daily lenses are too thin and can't hold that much color. However, for Halloween lenses you usually have a choice between the annual lens and a monthly disposable. For example both Crazy Lenses and Wild Eyes are available as monthly lenses and they are much cheaper than the ones that last you for a year. Monthly lenses are not at all inferior in quality, they just aren't made to last - but who would want the same costume contacts next Halloween anyway?
Even though all best Colored Contact Lenses work pretty much the same way - they filter all light leaving only the color that is required, there are several different types of colored contacts.
As the name suggests opaque lenses are not at all transparent, so they can provide a dramatic change no matter what is your original eye color. The solid color of the lens covers your iris (the colored part of your eye), but the center is left clear, so you can see without trouble. If you want to change your eyes color from brown to light blue or green opaque lenses is your best option for colored contacts.
Colored Contact Lenses
Colored contact lenses are the rage now. Lenses are spherical, saucer shaped, tiny devices that can be placed directly on the eyes. Many people opt for colored lenses out of a sense of style or because their favorite starts sport these colored lenses. The ability to change their natural eye color is interesting and intriguing to most people.
** You should follow the same rules as for regular contact lenses - wash your hands before putting color lenses in, clean the lenses each time you use them and store them in a color contact lenses case in a special solution.
** Color lenses are like your tooth or hair brash, and should not be shared with other people
** You should put your make-up on after the lenses are in. If you use hairspray, do it before you put the lenses in, or shut your eyes very tightly while spraying.
** Use only a mild multipurpose solution for cleaning your color contacts; never use
** Peroxide based solutions. And don't rub the lenses - it can damage the color
Colored Contact Lenses
Did you ever wish that you had a different eye color? Or maybe you just want to do something a bit crazy and have different color eyes for each party? White contacts can do wonders for your appearance, but only if you select the right type and color.
Enhancement contacts are best color contacts for light eyes, as they provide very beautiful, yet absolutely natural look. On dark eyes, however, enhancement tint lenses don't make much difference.
These lenses are usually very pale translucent blue or green color, so that the person wearing them can easily see the lens in the solution. Most modern contact lenses have a slight visibility tint.
The important thing is that they do not really provide any color change and look absolutely transparent, when you wear them. So even if the lens looks slightly blue, it will not have any effect on your eye color unless the box specifically says "color contact lenses"
You can get cosmetic contact lenses as traditional black contacts for annual wear, disposable and even daily disposable popular.
Colored Contact Lenses
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