Theatrical Costume Contact Lenses

TRANSFORM THE EYES WITH THEATRICAL CONTACT LENSES!!

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Corvinus M Green Crow Blood Lust
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Dagon Death Dealer Dracul
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Yashamaru Louis Atlantian

 

Theatrical Contact Lenses

The general purpose of contact lenses is to aid anyone who is vision impaired. Contacts help correct vision; however, today’s contact lenses are used for a lot of different purposes. One wears them to Halloween and costume parties. These are also used to create realistic characters in movies. These lenses are often referred to as theatrical contact lenses.

This type of lenses now come in different colors, beasty designs, as well as comical. These comical designed lenses are a welcome change to the usual scary designs. These can be worn to family gatherings to surprise relatives in a harmless and fun way.

Gone are the days when theatrical contact lenses are not to be worn on a daily basis. This type of lenses is now made with the same materials regular prescription lenses are made of. These theatrical lenses can now be worn comfortably and for a longer period of time.

Different Designs

Because of the variety that these theatrical contacts offer, one can wear any design they like. Some manufacturers even created lenses to be worn during special occasions or events. Ever heard of an American flag design on a contact lens? This design is perfect for a 4th of July party. There are also colored theatrical lenses that would look great under the black light of a bar or club – imagine seeing a pink, yellow or blue glow in the dark contacts in the middle of the dance floor!

Whatever reason you may have that makes you want to wear theatrical contact lenses, it is still important to keep in mind that no matter how fun these contacts can be, the wearer would still need to learn how to care for them. With a lot of online stores and other sources of these theatrical lenses, it is wiser to consult an eye doctor first before purchasing one.

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