Want to make your costume really amazing? Colored costume contacts are a great way to add that extra edge to your costume and cmecoloredcontacts.com can help you with that! Find out how to get the best-looking costume lenses without paying a fortune.
Who offers the best selection of Colored contacts?
Our most popular lenses are:
Our lenses are manufactured using the same materials, processes, and machines that are used to make conventional (clear) contacts. They are manufactured, packaged, and sterilized to the highest international standards for contact lenses and are fully compliant with US contact lens manufacture, packaging, and sterilization regulations. The only difference is that a layer of color is machine printed onto the front surface of the lens. Because the color is on the outside of the lens, it does not actually touch your eye. The color layer is sealed with a thin layer of clear contact lens material to ensure it does not flake off or irritate your eye. When properly cared for and fitted on the advice of a licensed eye care professional, they are perfectly safe for your eyes and are just as comfortable as regular clear contacts.
How much do costume lenses cost?
Black Sclera lenses are the most expensive of the Colored costume lenses but they do provide the most extreme effect. Scleral costume lenses are opaque black lenses that cover not only your pupil and iris, but the entire visible area of your eye. This gives the eyes a very creepy, completely blacked out look.
How to care for your Colored costume lenses:
Step by step care for costume lenses:
If you are not planning to wear your lenses for several weeks, it is recommended that you change the solution and rinse your special effects lenses once a week. If you forgot to do so and your lenses spent a few weeks in their case unattended, give them a double rinse and place them in fresh solution for at least a couple hours before wearing them.
For people who wear corrective or color contact lenses every day, special effects contact lenses will feel pretty much the same as usual. If you never wore contact lenses before, at first you might feel a slight discomfort and an urge to rub your eye. One suggestion is to use lubricant drops, which you can buy from your local drug store. Also, start wearing your lenses a few days before the party – a couple of hours the first day, 3-4 hours the second day, and so on.