Apr 142020
 

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coloured contact lenses where to buy them and how to choose

Today I was visiting a new optician’s, recently opened in Covent Garden. They are selling some new cheap colour lenses and I have been helping them with consultancy services. Now I’m back home and I’ve written my thoughts on coloured contact lenses. Remember, that you can always compare prices of prescription colour contact lenses and many other things using our online comparison tool. And don’t forget to join our mailing list where I’ll be including some new thoughts and offers on on coloured contact lenses soon.

Coloured contact lenses are a great way to sharpen and enhance the look of your eyes. Unlike traditional contacts, coloured lenses are a great way to show off your contacts, with colours that are completely fun. You can have a lot of fun with coloured lenses – especially when you show them off to friends and family – who don’t know you have them.

All around the world, thousands and thousands of people wear coloured lenses. Contact lenses themselves all the best alternative to glasses, with colours being the next best thing. Colours add flair and personality to contact lenses, giving people the chance to be different. When you add colour to your lenses – you are telling the world that you are different.

No matter what colour you are interested in, you can find coloured lenses that match your preference. There are hundreds of different styles available, from kids to adults. You’ll also have several different manufacturers to choose from as well, which makes it easier than ever to get a pair of coloured lenses that you can depend on.

Even though coloured lenses are popular, there are several people who feel as if they will damage the eyes. Coloured lenses work exactly the same as traditional contacts, and won’t damage your eyes as long as you clean them and take care of them. If you clean them like you should and soak them in solution for a few hours when you take them out, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

Each and every coloured contact has the colour or design coded on the contact itself. When you wear a pair of these lenses, it is actually the colour that has been coded into the contact that projects the coloured image everyone sees when they look in your eyes. The colour of the contact shines through, making it appear that your eyes are indeed the exact same colour as your contacts.

Coloured contacts work the same as other types of contacts. You simply use your prescription for contacts and select the colour you want. If you are ordering them online, you’ll find hundreds and hundreds of different colours and images. There are more colours and selections available online – making it the best way to invest in your contact lenses.

If you’ve been thinking about adding some flair to your contacts, you should look into getting a pair of coloured lenses. They will give you the vision you need, along with different coloured

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  One Response to “Coloured contact lenses – Where to buy them and how to choose”

  1. Firstly if I have always worn GP lenses why is it not possible for me to wear soft ? My optician said I had a ‘rugby ball’ shaped eye and the soft lense wont sit on my eye properly – is there any truth in that ? I am blind as a bat – prescription is -7.25 and -7.50

    The reason I dont like my GP lenses that much is that I want to wear coloured lenses. There is so much choice with soft and when I got mine I was told they only due the slightest shade of blue and makes no difference to my eyes. Plus drop it on a white towel and thats it, its gone.

    I am contemplating buying soft off the net just to see if it will fit me.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated

    Many thanks

    Karensa

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