September 5, 2009 by AMED
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The usual view of contact lenses as something that goes along with vision correction and prescriptions from the optician is no longer entirely correct.
That was the way it used to be but now that has all changed along with the introduction of colored and wacky contact lenses. Nowadays, even with good eyesight, contact lenses can be purchased and worn and without the need for a prescription. In fact they are becoming increasingly used now as a fashion accessory, along with one’s choice of shoe color, hair color, clothes and sometimes mood.
You can also get them on prescription so those needing corrective lenses can also enjoy wearing these wild crazy contacts if they wish. Contact lens styles are available in plenty to match up with your clothes or complement your hair color. Imagine, you can even decide what color eyes you are going out with next time you go dancing or attend a social gathering of one kind or another, simply by choosing to wear a particular color of contact lens, blue, brown, green, even red! You can have your own unique look.
Cheap crazy contacts are in demand for parties and so don’t be surprised if someone you know suddenly arrives at a halloween party sporting wild eyes contacts, vampire style or werewolf lenses. Especially popular for costume parties and wild raves are glow-in-the-dark lenses which have a spooky glow under ultraviolet light. With novelty lenses you can light up the whole party.
If you want to show your loyalty to your favourite soccer team, then try wearing a pair of specially designed ‘logo’ lenses. There are so many varieties available now, such as exotic eye contacts if you want to look like an alien, freaky eye contact lenses, wicked fx’s and even novelty contacts that cover the whole eye and not just the iris and pupil. If you are a follower of Goth fashion, wearing black dyed hair, black clothes and a pale complexion, you can now accessorize with black or white gothic contact lenses.
What was known as ‘costume contacts’ were once the exclusive domain of theatre and the movie makers but now they have become accesible to everyone.
Note, it may be advisable to have your contact lenses fitted by an optometrist to make sure that they fit your eyes properly. Most of the lenses are made to last about a month if you are wearing them regularly but can last longer if you only wear them occasionally with a life of approximately 30 uses. proper maintenance of the lenses is important so make sure you keep them clean and free from dirt. take care of fun lenses in the same way you would regular ones. If you are looking for a pair of cheap fun contact lenses, the best way to find them is to buy them online and there are many sites that sell crazy, colored contacts. Look around before you buy.