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You may want to have the perfect look for Halloween or look like your favorite movie star or singer, but choosing to change the look of your eyes with contact lenses could cause a lot of damage to your eyesight if you get them without the input of your eye care professional. Decorative contact lenses are sometimes called, among other names:




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Decorative contact lenses change the look of your eyes. They may not correct your vision. They can temporarily change your brown eyes to blue or make your eyes look like cat eyes or vampire eyes for Halloween.


Did you know that these decorative contact lenses are actually medical devices? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration oversees their safety and effectiveness, just like contact lenses that correct your vision.


Do get an eye exam! A licensed eye doctor will examine your eyes to make sure the contact lenses fit properly. The fit of your contact lenses is very important. A wrong fit can cause damage to your eyes. Be sure to always go for follow-up eye exams as instructed by your doctor.


Do get a prescription! All contact lenses should be prescribed by a doctor, including decorative lenses. The prescription should include the brand name, correct lens measurements and expiration date.


Do follow the contact lens care instructions! Follow the instructions for wearing, cleaning and disinfecting your contact lenses that come with your contact lenses. If you do not receive instructions, ask an eye doctor for them.


Do seek medical attention right away and remove your contact lenses if your eyes are red, have ongoing pain or discharge! Redness, pain and discharge from the eyes are signs of an eye infection. If you think you have an eye infection from your contact lenses, remove them and see an eye doctor right away.


Don't share your contact lenses with anyone else!You wouldn't share your toothbrush, would you? All eyes are not the same size and shape and your contact lenses are fitted just for you.


Don't buy any contact lenses without a prescription! If you don't see an eye doctor and get a prescription, then the contact lenses you get may not fit properly and may not work well. They could even damage your eyes. Sometimes wearing contact lenses can damage the top layer of your eyeball (cornea). Even if you aren't having any problems now, the lenses still could be causing damage to your eyes. By having regular checkups and buying contact lenses with a prescription, you will reduce the chances of any undetected damage to your eyes.


You can buy contact lenses, including decorative contact lenses, from your eye doctor, on the Internet, or from a mail-order company, which includes foreign manufacturers/distributors of decorative lenses. It's very important that you only buy contact lenses from a company that sells FDA-cleared or approved contact lenses and requires you to provide a prescription.


Anyone selling you contact lenses must get your prescription and verify it with your doctor. They should request not only the prescription, but the name of your doctor and their phone number. If they don't ask for this information they are breaking federal law and could be selling you illegal contact lenses.


Never buy contact lenses from a street vendor, a beauty supply store, flea market, novelty store or Halloween store, or from unknown online distributors as they may be contaminated and/or counterfeit and therefore not safe to use.


Even though there are a lot of products that you can buy without a prescription, contact lenses are not one of them. It's your job to make sure you protect your eyes by having an eye exam, getting a prescription, and buying contact lenses from a legal source.


Colored contacts allow you to change your eye color in ways that are subtle, bold or anywhere in between. A prescription is required for colored contact lenses whether or not you need vision correction. This is because all contact lenses are considered medical devices and have the potential to harm your eyes if they are not properly fitted, worn and maintained.


Since this area is made up of colorful shapes and lines, some color contacts feature a series of tiny colored dots and radially arranged colored lines and shapes to help the lenses look more natural on the eye.


Costume or theatrical contact lenses also fall into the category of opaque color tints. Long used in the movies, these special-effect contact lenses are now widely available for novelty use. You can temporarily transform yourself into an alien, goth or vampire, to name a few.


If you're after a dramatic new look that everyone notices immediately, those with naturally light-colored eyes and a cool complexion with blue-red undertones might choose a warm-toned contact lens such as light brown.


But if you really want to stand out from the crowd, opt for contact lenses in vivid colors, such as blue, green or violet. And if your skin is dark, bright-colored lenses can create a show-stopping new look.


Key benefits of "sport tint" contact lenses are reduced glare, enhanced contrast sensitivity and heightened depth perception. A green tint, for example, can enable a tennis player to see the ball more clearly on the court.


Although there are different-sized color contacts to fit most wearers, there will be some occasions (such as during blinking) when the colored portion of the lenses might slide somewhat over the pupil. This creates a less-than-natural appearance, particularly when wearing opaque color contacts.


Just like regular contact lenses, color contacts are not bad for your eyes if you follow your eye doctor's instructions, particularly regarding how long you should wear your contacts and when you should replace your contacts.


If you want to change your eye color only for special occasions, daily disposable color contacts are a great option.Though a type of surgery to change eye color is available, colored contacts are a much safer (and reversible) way to change the color of your eyes.


In the United States, all contact lenses are classified as medical devices by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All contact lenses, worn for any purpose, require a valid contact lens prescription written by a qualified eye care professional and cannot be legally sold to consumers without one.


If you see color contact lenses being sold in a flea market, it's likely that the vendors are breaking the law. Other illegal sales of cosmetic contact lenses have been discovered in gas stations, beauty salons and novelty shops.


Colored contacts cost more than regular (clear) contact lenses. The exception to this is colored contact lenses that have only a faint visibility tint for locating the lenses when you take them off. These lenses typically are the same price as clear lenses.


The increase in cost for color lenses may be relatively minor (for mass-produced colored contacts) or it can be several times the cost of regular contact lenses (for colored contacts with custom tints). But for many people, the ability to change their eye color is worth the added expense.


Also, some people are allergic to the contact cleaning solution, or even the contacts themselves. As daily cleaning of contact lenses is crucial to eye health for contact wearers, an allergy to the cleaning solution poses a very real issue.


Any uncertainties or concerns when using contact lenses should be discussed with an eye care specialist or optician. Ensure you know all the tips and tricks before you get started with a pair of colored contact lenses.


Brown is the most common natural eye color. Even so, some like to enhance their brown eye look with the help of colored contact lenses. And we have some beautiful brown options! For a warm, sweet brown, take a look at the EyeCandys Libre Beige contacts, which provide a larger eye look. To add a bright shimmer to your eyes, try on a pair of EyeCandys Pink Label Attitude Brown contact lenses. Pink Label Shade Brown lenses offer a toffee brightness that really help your eyes pop - in any makeup look. And our Pink Label Aida Brown lenses feature rich, chocolate tones that accent your own.


Eyecandys is a long-term online retailer of colored contact lenses, and carries an extensive range of high-quality lenses in various colors and styles. Since their launch in 2008, they have sold over 1 million pairs of contact lenses and served over 120,000 happy customers. Apart from their growing online community, they have also been a trusted partner of several opticians and physical optical businesses for years. The retailer is committed to providing its customers with exemplary service, and currently offers 24-hour shipping and a 30-day guarantee for several brands that they carry.


The demand for our vibrant, comfortable cosmetic lenses has been high, so our shipping time is slightly longer than usual for the Toric lens line, but we promise they are worth the wait! Toric lenses can be purchased in a variety of vibrant colors from our 4-Tone Dazzling series and our Natsumi series. That means you can get as subtle or as dramatic as you like!


Astigmatism is a widespread vision condition that can cause people to have blurred vision. It's caused by an imperfection in the cornea or lens of the eyes. Corneal astigmatism is when the cornea isn't evenly curved and smooth. Lenticular astigmatism is when the shape of the lens is distorted. Both conditions can be corrected by using toric contact lenses. The following are common questions people ask about finding the best color contacts for astigmatism to address their blurred vision and make their eyes look more enchanting.


MISAKI is the top leading cosmetic color contact lenses brand, offering a wide variety of collection that suits all background, skin tone, eye colors. Used and recognized as an iconic fashion for thousands of Instagram Influencers , Youtube stars, and celebrities worldwide.


If you haven't already, we recommend watching our Enhance Full Tint Video, so you can get a real feel for what these contact lenses are all about! In the video, you can see how the lenses look when worn on medium brown eyes. 041b061a72


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