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The Ultimate Guide to Virtually Trying on Contacts: Finding Your Perfect Shade Lens

The Ultimate Guide to Virtually Trying on Contacts: Finding Your Perfect Shade Lens - EyeCandys

Virtual Try-On: How To Use Our Colored Contacts Before & After Filters

Colored contacts are taking over the world. They are a way for you to have that eye color you’ve always wanted or complete a perfect makeup look. You can find them in all shapes and sizes as well as any shade you desire. Whether you want to use them every day or for a special occasion to provide that extra bit of glamour, they’ll be able to do the job. They’re the new accessory everyone wants, but how do you know if a certain type will suit you before you buy them?

Luckily, Eyecandys has come up with the perfect solution. You can now see colored contacts before and after on all of their best-selling products. If you’ve got naturally brown eyes and are unsure whether blue lenses are the ones for you, there’s an easy way to check. We’ve come up with a filter where you can try on any shade you want there and then. No longer will you regret purchasing the wrong colored contacts, and returns will be a day of the past.

Below is a rundown on how you can use the innovative new tool and what brands Eyecandys have on offer for you to try.

Using the colored contacts before & after filters

Trying on one of Eyecandy’s colored lenses to see whether they suit you is easier than 1, 2, 3. In a few steps, you’ll be seeing the transformation before your eyes, and you’ll find the perfect product for you to purchase. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:


  1. Go to
  2. Hover over the images of our products on display and see how what each lense looks like on each of our models
  3. Head to our @eyecandyscom Instagram page to test out the exclusive filters on yourself
  4. Click the filter button, which looks like 3 stars
  5. Scroll through the options and select the collection you want
  6. Select the ‘try it’ button
  7. Swipe and select the color that you desire to test
  8. Voila! You can now see what our unique colored contacts look like on your eyes

Keep in mind that some of our filters have makeup filters attached to them for a little extra sparkle. If you don’t want this and want to see what our colored contacts before and after look like naturally, you can simply tap your screen to turn it off.

Before you know it, you’ll have found your favorite colored contacts! All you have to do then is add them to your basket on our website, and you can enjoy them without any fear of returns or regrets.

What colored contacts can I try?

We have some fantastic colored contacts collections for you to try, and there’s no doubt one of them will have your new favorite product. If you’re looking for a burst of colors that will brighten up your entire face, then you’re going to want to try out the colored contacts before and after of our Pink Label Prism Series. Available in Prism Pink, Prism Blue, Prism Brown, and Prism Grey, you’ll experience a swirl of different colors that gives off a close-up atmospheric vibe or candy-like appearance from afar.

For more toned down, you may want to try out the Pink Label Pearl Black or the Pink Label Classe Brown Choco. Both provide a realistic style with a dark limbal ring creating a complex effect on your eyes. The Pearl Black will define your eyes, so they pop, and the Choco is the perfect colored contact for brown eyes with a beautiful starburst pattern.

Model is wearing Pearl Black.

Model is wearing Shade Grey.

Go au natural with the Pink Label Shades and EyeCandys Desire Series. Choose from Shade Brown, Shade Blue, Shade Green, and Shade Grey from the former and Toffee Brown, Glacier Blue, Lush Green, and Mist Grey from the latter. Each collection will provide an eye transformation while still looking down to earth. Try each of the colored contacts with prescription or without, and be blown away.


We’ve created our filters to make your shopping experience that much better. You can now grab your favorite lenses that will transform your life without having to worry about whether they suit you or not. So, what are you waiting for? Go and try them now!

In today's digital age, finding the perfect contact lenses to enhance your natural beauty has never been easier. With the advent of virtual try-on technology, you can now explore a wide range of shades and styles from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're looking to switch up your look for a special occasion or simply want to experiment with different colors, virtual try-on tools offer a convenient and risk-free way to find your ideal shade lens. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore everything you need to know about virtually trying on contacts to help you pick the perfect pair.


1. Understanding Virtual Try-On Technology:

  • Virtual try-on technology utilizes augmented reality (AR) or artificial intelligence (AI) to superimpose virtual images of contact lenses onto real-time images of your eyes. This allows you to see how different colors and styles will look on your eyes before making a purchase.
  • These virtual try-on tools are typically available on the websites of contact lens retailers or through dedicated mobile apps. They offer a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily upload a photo or use your device's camera to try on different lenses.

2. Exploring Different Shades and Styles:

  • -One of the greatest benefits of virtual try-on technology is the ability to experiment with a wide range of colors and styles. From subtle enhancements to bold, dramatic looks, there's a lens for every occasion and preference.
  • Virtually try on popular shades such as blue, green, brown, and gray, as well as specialty colors like violet, hazel, and honey. Novel designs like cat-eye, red-eye and white-out or black-out contacts are also available. You can also explore different lens designs, including natural-looking blends, vibrant hues, and intricate patterns.

3. Tips for a Successful Virtual Try-On Experience:

  • Start by ensuring good lighting in the room to accurately capture the color and detail of the lenses.
  • Choose a high-quality photo or use your device's camera in a well-lit area for the best results.
  • Experiment with different angles and facial expressions to see how the lenses will look in various lighting conditions and situations.
  • Take your time and explore multiple options before making a decision. Virtual try-on tools allow you to save and compare your favorite looks for easy reference.

4. Making an Informed Decision:

  • While virtual try-on tools provide a realistic preview of how lenses will look on your eyes, it's important to remember that the final result may vary depending on factors such as your natural eye color and skin tone.
  • Consider consulting with an eye care professional or optometrist for personalized recommendations based on your eye health and lifestyle.
  • Once you've found your perfect shade lens, be sure to follow the retailer's guidelines for ordering and caring for your contacts to ensure a comfortable and safe wearing experience.:

Virtually trying on contacts offers a fun and convenient way to explore different shades and styles from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're looking for a subtle enhancement or a bold new look, virtual try-on technology allows you to find your perfect pair with confidence. By following these tips and guidelines, you'll be well on your way to discovering the ideal contact lenses to complement your unique style and personality.

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The information in this post and all EyeCandys blog content is intended for informational and marketing purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. EyeCandys does not offer professional healthcare advice or practice medicine, optometry, or any other healthcare profession. Always consult with your ophthalmologist, optometrist or a qualified healthcare provider for any medical advice, diagnosis, treatment, or questions regarding a medical condition.