I was an awkward teen in biology class when a girl who managed to bypass the weirdness of puberty waltzed into the room with violet eyes. This was at the height of the colored contacts phenomenon
Eye-defining contact lenses to replace makeup? Picture review Well, that may be an overstatement. But if subtle enhancement is your thing, buy these – or try our eye-brightening makeup tricks
I tried out the new Acuvue Define contact lenses and, oh my goodness, they are actually amazing. Check out the before and after photos!
Here are a few eye enhancing contacts you might like to try: Acuvue 2 Colours Enhancers come in aquamarine, ocean blue or emerald green. These lenses are two-week disposables and are comparably priced to regular contact lenses!
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AIR OPTIX ® COLORS contact lenses are designed to enhance dark or light eyes, with a completely natural effect and can be prescribed with or without vision correction. They are made with a unique, smooth surface and feature a technology that combines 3 colors in 1 to blend naturally with the color of your eye, so you can experience a new look
Check out the new Air Optix Colors. You can even upload your own image to try out the color options. http://www.airoptix.com/colors/color-studio.shtml
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Contact lenses, even if worn for cosmetic reasons, are prescription medical devices that must only be worn under the prescription, direction and supervision of an eye care professional. Serious eye health problems may occur as a result of sharing contact lenses.
Colored contact lenses are also known as decorative or cosmetic lenses. Circle lenses prevent the cornea from receiving oxygen, which is essential to eye health. Circle lenses also make the eye more susceptible to abrasions, and thereby, infections. Caring for your colored lenses.