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Theatrical Lenses - CLICK HERE for ClearLab Phantom Lenses
Whatever your role may be, stage or TV, you’ll be called at some point in time to change the color of your eyes. Brown to blue, ‘cat eyes’ to zebra; yourlens.com eye care professionals will help you pick out a pair of theatrical contact lenses to suit your character’s needs.
Special Effect Contact Lenses
Ever consider turning your eyes into smiley faces, balls of fire or something extraterrestrial looking? A yourlens.com eye care professional can help you achieve whatever crazy look you want. First, ask your eye doctor what’s available, what’s safe and what lenses fit within your budget. Remember, you can avoid spending a fortune on theatrical contact lenses by first talking to a yourlens.com eye care professional.
Contact lenses for Halloween and costume parties
Sometimes it’s the difference between an ‘okay’ costume and a great costume. Check out wild contact lens designs like Black Sclera, Psycho, Shamrock, Machine Head and others to achieve the most shocking look on the faces of family and friends. Yourlens.com eye care professionals will tell you where to get the best deal on theatrical lenses and the best contact lens discounts.
Colored Cosmetic Contacts
There is no difference in the vision correction capabilities of colored contact lenses vs. regular contacts. Colored contacts simply change the color of the iris and nothing else. Cosmetic contact lenses are available in prescription and non-prescription strengths and are ideal for nights on the town and to match your outfit on special occasions.
Your authorized yourlens.com eye care professional can help you enhance your appearance with a variety of color changes. From subtle natural iris to dramatic dark brown, light blue and green, eye care professionals at yourlens.com work closely with you to find the perfect fit and color to best suit your skin and hair tones.
Top 5 reasons to buy cosmetic contact lenses from a yourlens.com eye care professional
- Eye care professionals at yourlens.com sell only FDA approved colored contact lenses.
- Yourlens.com eye doctors can order custom cosmetic contact lenses to suit your needs.
- Prescription and nonprescription lenses available at yourlens.com are available in any +/- power (no astigmatism).
- Yourlens.com practitioners are fully licensed and qualified to answer any questions you may have regarding the care, safety and proper cleaning of your cosmetic colored lenses.
Do I need a prescription to purchase colored contact lenses?
Yes. Under U.S. law you need a prescription to obtain colored contact lenses. The reason is that contact lenses present significant risks of blindness and other eye injury if they are distributed without a prescription or without proper fitting by a qualified eye care professional, according to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
If you find that colored contact lenses are being sold at the flea market, gas station or convenience store, chances are the vendor is breaking the law. Illegal sales of colored contact lenses have also been witnessed in beauty salons and novelty shops.
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How to choose colored contact lenses
How do I decide what contact lens color is best suited to my skin tone, hair color and facial features?
For a more dramatic change:
- For wearers with cool, blue-red undertones in hair, eyes and skin, a warm-toned contact lens is recommended, such as a light brown or custom. The darker your skin, the brighter contact lens color is recommended.
- If you wear makeup, it’s best to choose a colored contact lens that subtly contrasts eye shadow, mascara and whatever base tone you normally wear.
- If your natural eye color is brown, you might choose contact lenses in violet, green or blue.
For a more subtle change:
- Ask a yourlens.com eye care professional about ‘enhancer lenses’ designed to define the edges of your iris and deepen your natural color without changing it.
- If your natural eye color is blue, you may want to consider contact lenses in gray or green.
- If your skin, hair, makeup and natural eye colors are warm-toned, consider a warm colored contact lens such as hazel to match and blend in.
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