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The demand of natural coloured contacts has increased in recent times. Halloween has also become a greater deal overtime with most people wanting to make their look authentic and unique. And what better way to look original than pairing your costume with matching coloured contact lenses. Some people even prefer to use lenses on a daily basis to change their overall look! We think that is a great idea! If you don’t want your eyes to look the same every day and go the extra mile rather than just putting on eye makeup, coloured contact lenses are the best solution!
We have warm and dark tones available that will seem like the natural colour of your eyes once you put them on. Some of the colors we have are:
Browse through our collection of and choose the one which completes your look! Some of the best colors and designs that we would recommend for Halloween are:
All these and many more colors are available at our website. Also, you could get a mixture of two colors such as red and black or black and gold to get an even more authentic and creepy look.
We offer many designs that you could choose from depending on your costume and personal preference.
How to insert coloured contact lenses ?
We know it's scary to insert contact lenses on your eyes for the first time. Believe me, we’ve tried. But honestly, the process is pretty simple. And once you get the hang of it, next time will seem like a piece of cake. If you are getting contacts the first time, you might get exhausted and even annoyed and agitated because it may take more than a few tries to put it on the first time. But be patient. You'll develop a habit of doing it easily sooner than you think!
You should possess the contact lens case and solution. Soak the lenses in lens solution for at least 2 to 3 hours and then remove them from the case. Since its now soaked well in the solution, it will have a higher chance of slipping easily in your eyes as it is slippery and wet. Below is the correct way of inserting a contact lens:
Wash your hands, dry them and then take out the lens. You need to ensure that you have the lens balanced on the index finger of your dominant hand. The correct way to hold the lens on your finger is to hold it in a way that its balanced on your fingertip curved OUTWARDS. Sometimes it is hard to tell whether the lens is curved outwards or not, especially for first timers. So, before moving on to the next step, inspect it carefully to determine whether it is correctly placed or not.
Now comes the part where you need to insert it in your eye. Lower your eyelid along with the eyelashes so that the lens does not get entangled or stuck in the eyelashes.
Look up, so that the part of the eye where the lens is supposed to be placed is exposed and visible, and insert the contact lens gently. At this point, you’ll want to blink uncontrollably, but have just a little bit of patience. Obviously, you cannot control it completely, but try not to blink too much so that the lens can be correctly placed. If it comes out when you blink, this means it wasn’t placed correctly.
Now, just keep your eyes closed for a few seconds to let it settle into its place. Then, check in the mirror to ensure its correctly placed.
Repeat the same process with your other eye and voila! You are done. You are finally ready to show off your new and enhanced look to the world. Go out there and rock it!
How to remove coloured contact lenses?
If you are a first timer, you are probably scared of removing your contact lenses. Well, not to worry as, like inserting contact lenses, this may seem like a difficult task, it is not that hard. Here’s a simple and easy tutorial for you on how to remove your contacts with ease!
You need to ensure your hands are clean and dry before removing your contact lenses similar to while inserting them. The cleaner your contacts remain, the higher the chance of them lasting their mentioned duration such as 6 months or a year.
Pull your lower eyelid down and your upper eyelid up with your thumb and index finger so that both the lids are separated.
Pinch the lens with your index finger and thumb. This step may seem a bit hard at first, but doing this frequently will make you perfect. When you do this, you will feel the lens move a bit between the both of your fingers and this means you have been able to loosen it from its position.
Look upwards and the lens will now automatically come out onto your fingers. Put it in the lens case and pour solution so that it is washed off any impurities and remains clean.
If you are unable to do it yourself, do not panic or get scared. Try again, or ask for help from someone. Also, we recommend that you get into a habit of inserting and removing the right or left eye first always, whichever you prefer. This way you will have less trouble remembering which lens is for the right eye and which one is for the left.
Why choose us? Well, at Halloween contacts, we offer a variety of coloured contact lenses at affordable rates without compromising on quality.
If you are looking for coloured contact lenses for a cosplay, fancy dress party, comic con or any other event, get them from us and we assure you, you will come looking to buy more!
Want to try a totally different look without breaking your back? Here is an ultimate solution to how you can give your appearance a totally different look by browsing through our range of coloured contact lenses.
We have a great collection of different coloured lenses which are perfect for every occasion.
Coloured Contact Lenses- A Way To Amp Up Your Looks
Change your appearance with just a blink of an eye and gaze at people in gorgeous coloured contact lenses. You can either choose the natural coloured lenses or explore different colours such as topaz blue, misty gray, green blends, sweet violet or ocean blue. Whether you want to try out a new look or want to change your eye colour to a new hue, then this is the place to get the perfect pair for your eyes. You can experiment with different colours for different occasions such as your wedding, birthday or anniversary party!
If you want to achieve any look inspired by your favourite character then you can finish off your style with the different designed and coloured contact lenses which will look best for occasions like Halloween parties, cosplay or costume parties.
Coloured contact lenses are a fun way to switch your looks but you have to make sure that you choose from the best brands offered so you can kill those looks without having any discomfort or infection in your eyes. Our coloured contact lenses are safe, comfortable and easy to wear which is why you can easily compromise on your looks without any worry!
Q1: Are coloured contact lenses safe to wear?
A1: Yes, coloured contact lenses are safe to wear when used properly and obtained from a reputable source. It is important to follow the recommended wearing schedule, clean and store them correctly, and consult with an eye care professional.
Q2: Can coloured contact lenses change my eye shape?
A2: No, coloured contact lenses cannot change your eye shape. They can enhance your eye colour and overall appearance, but they do not alter the shape or structure of your eyes.
Q3: How do I choose the right coloured contact lenses for my skin tone?
A3: When choosing coloured contact lenses, consider your skin tone to ensure a harmonious look. Generally, warm skin tones pair well with earthy or warm-toned lenses, while cool skin tones complement blue, grey, or green lenses.
Q4: Can I wear coloured contact lenses if I have vision correction needs?
A4: Yes, coloured contact lenses are available for both cosmetic and vision correction purposes. If you require vision correction, consult with an eye care professional to determine the best options for your needs.
Q5: How long can I wear coloured contact lenses?
A5: The duration of wearing coloured contact lenses depends on the type of lenses and your eye care professional's instructions. Some lenses are designed for everyday wear, while others may be worn for a lengthy period of time. It is crucial to follow the recommended wearing schedule to maintain eye health.