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Replicate the Look of Your Favorite Character with Cosplay Contact Lenses

by Steven Jones Owner
Do you want to replicate the look of your favorite character with perfection? Create an amazing costume with the range of cosplay contact lenses. Based on your favorite movies, anime, and manga series these contacts come in a great choice of designs. These cosplay contact lenses are designed for the people who love their favorite characters from comics or movies very much.

If you want to flaunt your love for these characters, cosplay contact lenses are the perfect way to make your cosplay stand out from the crowd. You can dress up like Harley Quinn or love to imagine yourself as Disney’s princess, whatever it may be, a pair of cosplay contact lenses give you everything, you are looking for. These lenses are made from 55% water based so they are comfortable and you don’t feel any kind of dryness or itchiness in your eyes while wearing them.

These cosplay contact lenses can make your eyes look different in many ways, from changing your eye’s color or pupil shape and give cartoon or film character effects. Common examples of cosplay contact lenses are green dragon eye contact Lenses, gold vampire contact lenses, ghost contact lenses, and blue cat contact lenses among others.

These contacts can be made with or without vision correction. It is advisable that you should always buy contacts with a valid prescription from an eye care professional. Wearing contact lenses or any cosmetic cosplay contact lenses can make you blind.

Actually colored contact lenses, circle lenses, costume contact lenses, and other cosmetic contact lenses may be advertised like toys. But they are medical devices, so cosplay contact lenses for Halloween or any other time of year can be worn safely – if you see an eye doctor first and follow the advices.

Damage caused by wearing cosplay contact lenses

If you buy non-prescription, cosplay contact lenses they can cut, scratch and infect your eye. Wrong-sized lenses can cause corneal abrasions, corneal ulcers and sometimes can lead to blindness and bacterial infections like keratitis. Costume or cosplay lenses allow less oxygen to pass through them to the eyes because the paints and pigments are used to add color and make the lenses thicker and less breathable.

Sometimes, people have been blinded by cosplay contact lenses, treating injuries, that occur due to these lenses, can require eye surgery like a corneal transplant. If you want to follow your favorite character and change the color of your eyes more subtly, you should get a prescription from an eye care professional.

Are these cosplay contact lenses are safe, even if you have a prescription?

Once you received a prescription, be sure to buy cosplay contact lenses from retailers who require a prescription to purchase the lenses. Sometimes, even under the best supervision, when you use contact lenses of any kind it is important to understand the risks. After all, contact lenses are medical devices that require proper care by the wearer.

Do you need eye examination before using cosplay contact lenses?

Before buying contacts, it is advisable that you should go for your eye examination. During testing, your eye cares professional will:

  • Take the measure of your eyes in order to properly fit the contacts.
  • Give you proper instructions for cleaning and disinfecting your lenses.
  • Examine whether or not you are a candidate for contact lenses in general. If you suffer frequent eye infections, severe allergies, dry eye, frequent exposure to dust or smoke or an inability to handle and care for the lenses then you may not be a suitable candidate for wearing contact lenses.
  • Advise you that how long you can wear the cosplay contact lenses or you should not sleep in your contact lenses because the designs painted on cosplay contact lenses can make them thicker and harder for oxygen to pass through to the eye.


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