Perhaps you’re looking to subtly enhance your everyday eyes, or perhaps you’re putting finishing touches on a Halloween costume, or perhaps it’s just something in between. Whatever it is, EyeCandy’s got you covered.
Our vast selection of colored contacts come in exciting shades of blue, grey, green, purple, hazel and even pink! Honey and hazel lenses are great for perking up dark eyes without going overboard–wear them at school or work, and simply look like a prettier version of your usual self. Blues, greys and greens add an exotic touch to dark eyes–wear them on dates or special events. When you want to go all-out at parties or clubbing, try purple or pink lenses. Enlarging black or brown circle lenses are clearly a staple for Asian girls looking to make their eyes bigger and brighter.
For extra special events where unconventional eyes are just what you need to seal the look, try costume colored contacts for size. Whether you're going for a piercing Halloween look, or a 100% slayin' cosplay game, our costume contacts are designed with eyes lenses not meant for the faint-of-heart.
If you want to keep a realistic/natural look with normal-sized contacts or if you want to achieve dolly eyes, there is a pair of colored contacts for your preference. Choose contacts with eyes lenses designed to cater to your liking. Our contacts are available in 14.2mm (and below), 14.5mm, 14.8mm, and 15.00mm.
The question, "Are colored contacts bad for your eyes?" comes up often. The answer is that colored contacts are not bad for your eyes provided that you wear and maintain them properly. This includes, but is not limited to, having them accurately prescribed and fitted by an eye care professional, wearing them for no longer than 6 hours a day, washing them (with rubbing) using fresh, unexpired solution and making sure that neither the lenses nor solution is expired. Additionally, any advice from your optometrist or optician should be strictly followed, with no exceptions. If you adhere 100% to professional guidelines, there should be no reason why colored contacts are injurious to your health.
Depending on how long you want your coveted eyes lenses to last on your shelf, there's always an option for you. Colored contacts are categorized depending on their replacement cycles (daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, tri-monthly, semi-annually, and annually).
Thankfully for those needing vision correction, prescription colored contacts exist. The lenses made for myopia (nearsightedness) cost the same as their non-prescription counterparts. Toric colored contacts that correct astigmatism usually cost 2-3x more. The ones without prescription (aka “plano lenses”) are also known as cosmetic contact lenses.
It’s important to only use colored contacts brands certified by national and international health authorities. EyeCandy’s keeps your health our #1 priority–we only stock brands approved by the FDA (American Drug and Food Administration), Health Canada, KDFA (Korean Drug and Food Administration) and/or CE1023.
Color contacts are the fastest, easiest accessory out there. Give your look an instant pop of color now!