- Available in both non prescription and myopia prescription (power 0.00 ~ -8.00)
- Sold as a pair of 2 lenses
- Great for transforming dark eyes to your ideal color!
- Designed to be worn for a full year with proper care.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What's the best color contact lens for dark eyes?
If you’ve got dark eyes and have always wanted to sport lighter ones, you are far from alone! With over 50% of the world having brown eyes, you can be assured that most colored contacts out there are designed for brown eyes. However, that does not mean every colored contact lens will create the look you’re imagining. EyeCandy’s offers a collection of lenses designed for dark-eye coverage so you can get those bright, vivid eyes you’ve been craving! The Pink Label Shade series offers options in brown, green, blue, and grey designed for maximum coverage. EyeCandy’s Desire lenses will also help you achieve the lighter look you’ve always desired!
Are colored contacts safe?
Although our colored contacts are designed for beauty, your safety is what we put at the forefront of our minds. Our team carefully assesses every product we design and sell, ensuring they’re safe to wear and manufactured with the highest quality standards. The products we carry have certifications from the FDA (US Drug and Food Administration), Health Canada, KDFA (Korean Drug and Food Administration), and/or CE (Conformité Européenne) 1023.
So you can rest assured when shopping with Eyecandy’s that any color contact lenses you purchase from our site are completely safe to use with proper care!
Can anyone wear colored contact lenses?
Unfortunately, colored contact lenses aren’t for everyone. For example, if you suffer from dry eye syndrome, contacts may not be for you. Those who are severely nearsighted may not be able to find contact lenses with a strong enough prescription to fully correct their vision.
Also, some people are allergic to the contact cleaning solution, or even the contacts themselves. As daily cleaning of contact lenses is crucial to eye health for contact wearers, an allergy to the cleaning solution poses a very real issue.
Some doctors recommend that diabetic patients avoid contact lenses as they may be more prone to infection and have more difficulty recovering from infection. Children’s eyes are particularly sensitive and fragile and wearing contacts at a young age could cause eye damage.
People suffering from the following should not wear colored contact lenses, as these eye conditions may be further irritated by inserting lenses:
- Any eye infections (Such as conjunctivitis)
- Any corneal conditions (Such as keratitis)
- Any allergic eye conditions (Such as hayfever)
- Any chronic disease of the eye (Such as glaucoma)
Do you have colored contacts near mE?
Yes, we certainly deliver colored contact lenses to !
Looking for colored contacts in or color contact lenses that ship to ? You've come to the right place! Are you ready for the easiest fashion upgrade there is?! Well, colored contacts might be just what you’re looking for! They’re a quick and easy transformation that can even correct your vision (if you need prescription contact lenses, we’ve got many to choose from)! For a total transformation, check out our costume contacts for Halloween or cosplay. We offer a wide variety of bright, unique colors and patterns that will help you stand out from the crowd! If you’re looking for a realistic, natural look with your colored contacts, we’ve got you covered! If you hope to achieve big, bright, dolly eyes, there is a pair of colored contacts for your preference. Choose colored contacts lenses best designed for your personal style. Our contacts are available in 14.2mm (and below), 14.5mm, 14.8mm, and 15.00mm. The larger the diameter, the larger the appearance of your iris. A larger-looking iris is associated with innocence and child-like wonder.
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How do I clean and care for my color contact lenses?
Here are a few do's and don’ts when it comes to colored contact lens safety.
✅ DO consult your optician or eye doctor before wearing/purchasing a pair of our lenses.
✅ DO wash and dry your hands whenever you handle your lenses or attempt insertion/removal.
✅ DO soak your lenses for two hours in solution prior to inserting them into your eye.
✅ DO wash your lenses in solution if they touch anything besides your eyes.
✅ DO keep your lenses case clean and regularly change the eye care solution.
✅ DO remove the contacts before you go to sleep, bathe, shower or partake in water sports.
✅ DO remove the lenses if you feel any unexpected irritation, soreness or notice redness or excessive eye watering.
✅ DO seek medical advice if you notice any of the conditions mentioned above.
❌ DO NOT use lenses after the recommended duration (E.g. 1 day, 90 days, 1 year). No, refrigerating/freezing them does NOT increase their life span.
❌ DO NOT use tap water, saliva or household products to clean the lenses, only the eye care solution.
❌ DO NOT let the contacts come into contact with any cosmetic products i.e. makeup, deodorants, hair sprays.
❌ DO NOT attempt to insert lenses that seem damaged, broken or torn or in any way compromised.
❌ DO NOT insert more than one pair of lenses into your eye at one time.
❌ DO NOT share lenses with another person.
Any uncertainties or concerns when using contact lenses should be discussed with an eye care specialist or optician. Ensure you know all the tips and tricks before you get started with a pair of colored contact lenses.
Are prescription color contacts expensive?
Thankfully for those needing vision correction, prescription colored contacts exist. The lenses made for myopia (nearsightedness) cost the same as their non-prescription counterparts. EyeCandy’s stocks lenses with prescription strengths from 0.0 to -12.00, so you are all set whether you have natural 20/20 vision or need serious correction in order to work productively and drive safely. Toric colored contacts, which correct astigmatism, usually cost more as they are built to fit the eye of the wearer by more precise specifications.
What materials are used to make color contact lenses?
We stock a variety of lenses made from many different materials. One popular option is silicone hydrogel. Silicone is a soft material and these gel lenses offer a higher oxygen permeability, meaning they feel more natural and comfortable. They maintain this oxygen permeability and moisture longer than traditional lenses. It’s actually the same material used to bandage the eye as part of many treatments. This does not mean you don’t have to care for them just as you would any other lens. It just goes to show that we truly offer the newest and best contact lenses that technology has to offer!
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