Saturday, 23 July 2011

13 comments:

Charlie said...

I'd love to try coloured contact lenses, but I've tried normal lenses in the past with no joy so I doubt I could get them to work without feeling awful. THe violet look amazing on you. I'd love brown eyes or green eyes!

Jamilla Camel said...

i would like to try them again, but now I need varifocal
contacts and those only come in clear...

Madame Gourmand said...

I've never tried coloured contacts before but they look striking on you especially the violet. Great post. x

Wildernesschic said...

Wow never tried lenses .. so am in awe.. but they look amazing xx

Ali said...

Those look good on you. I especially like the violet glamour lenses.

Sami said...

I have immense respect for anyone who can wear contacts as just the thought of it terrifies me! I love the violet shade xx

Claire said...

I've wanted to try coloured contacts since they first came out, many years ago when I was a teen. They look lovely on you and you have renewed my desire to get some! x

Jackie said...

The grey contacts look absolutely stunning on you!

Lucy - Beauty and the Blogger said...

I tried brown lenses a while ago (I have green eyes) and I found them really uncomfortable to wear - plus the colour really freaked me and my boyfriend out, it wasn't a nice brown, it was a flat cold-dead-eyes-of-a-shark brown and looked a bit creepy!

Finn said...

When I was at university I bought some green lenses - they were £150...and looking back I think they looked a bit silly. For £20 I'd give them another go though...

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monique said...

Oh wow, they looks so nature and really great on you. Do you think the rx version is any good?

Sarah Coles said...

Taking Care of Colored Contact Lenses
Proper care of colored contact lenses used in Halloween and such other events is necessary since wearer are likely to use heavy makeup with glitters on both body and hair. Lenses should be cleaned according to eye specialist's advice, and they should not be worn for very long duration. Makeup elements like eye liners should be used carefully so that they don't pass beneath the contact lenses causing harm to eyes. Best way of cleaning the lenses is to use natural saline and avoiding mixture of contact lens solutions.

Last but not the least; sharing the lens with others could be potentially dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.