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Since 2005, we have been supplying fashionable color contact lenses, circle lenses and Asian beauty products of the highest quality, and exclusively selling Klenspop's excellent lenses....
By providing innovative, trend-leading beauty products of the highest quality, we are doing our best to provide contact points of various colors around the world.

Loved by many cosplayers, beauty experts, bloggers and major influencers and trusted by many users around the world, we have become one of the most popular and trusted beauty brands on the market.
Lurube redefines the beauty trend by introducing 'circle lenses' and is quickly establishing itself as a major trend.

Innovations in contact lens technology make colored lenses look more realistic. And now colored contact lenses are one of the elements of trendy fashion. From circle lenses for large eyes and Korean contact lenses for dramatic magnification, to today, many people have been able to wear colored lenses for a more natural and perfect eye color change.

With over 1000 color contacts, has become the world's shopping destination for today's most trendy and edgy circle contact lenses. Lurube is not limited to colored contact lenses, but has expanded its product line to include eyeglasses, earrings, necklaces, and beauty products.

Your eyes are most beautiful with Lurube & klenspop.

Colored Contact Lenses FAQ

Eyes are the windows to the spirit, so why not make them look as pretty as possible? Just like when you spend a night in the city, you accessory with trinkets, makeup, and stylish outfits. Color contacts lenses are no different. They can attract looks and make you stand out from the crowd.

Wearing colored contact lenses has several uses. You can wear it all the time to get the eye color you want, wear it daily for a little extra sparkle, or apply it to give your outfit a little extra effect. Either way, colored eye contacts are an edgy accessory. No one will know you're wearing it, but people will still know that there's something special about your look. Best of all, it is comfortable and easy to apply. Is there another items that can provide all of this?

Our colored contacts are designed for beauty, but your safety is our number one priority. Lurube ensures that your health and safety are our top priorities throughout production, inventory and sales. Our team carefully evaluates every brand we stock to make sure they are gentle on the eyes and safe for daily use. All products in our product range are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Health Canada, Korea Drug Administration (KDFA) and/or Conformité Européenne (CE) 1023.

So, when shopping at Lurube, you can rest assured that all colored contact lenses you buy on our site are completely safe to use. We offer only the highest quality products, which are entirely genuine. Your health and well-being is part of our vision and we will continue to use rigorous testing standards for every new colored eye contact that comes to us. Proper care and cleaning of colored contact lenses cannot be overemphasized.

Another good option is to switch to daily disposable contact lenses when the threat of coronavirus is high. It is a more hygienic option as it only needs to be inserted once, removed and cleaned. Disposable lenses, along with efficient hand-washing practices, can be the difference between staying healthy all season and getting sick for extended periods of time from the cold, flu or coronavirus.

Unfortunately, colored contact lenses are not suitable for everyone. For example, if you suffer from dry eye syndrome, your contacts may not be suitable. People with severe myopia may not be able to find contact lenses with sufficient prescription to completely correct their vision. Also, some people are allergic to contact washing solutions or the contact itself. Allergies to cleaning solutions are a very real problem because daily washing of contact lenses is so important to the eye health of contact lens wearers.

Some doctors recommend that people with diabetes not use contact lenses because they are more susceptible to infection and may have more difficulty recovering from an infection. Since children's eyes are particularly sensitive and fragile, wearing contact lenses at an early age can cause eye damage. People who suffer from the following should not wear colored contact lenses. This is because these eye conditions can be more stimulated by inserting lenses.

Any eye infection (such as conjunctivitis)
Any corneal condition (such as keratitis)
Allergic eye diseases (such as hay fever)
Any chronic eye disease (such as glaucoma)

Thankfully, prescription color contacts exist for those who need vision correction. Lenses made for nearsightedness (nearsightedness) cost the same as over-the-counter lenses. With Lurube's lenses ranging in power from 0.0 to -12.00, whether you have natural 20/20 vision or need serious correction to work productively and drive safely, you're all set. Toric colored contacts that correct astigmatism are generally more expensive because they are made to fit the wearer's eyes with more precise specifications.

Here are some do's and don'ts regarding color contact lens safety.

✅ Consult with your optician or ophthalmologist before wearing/purchasing our lenses.

✅ Wash and dry your hands whenever you touch or attempt to insert/remove lenses.

✅ Soak the lenses in the solution for 2 hours before putting them in your eyes.

✅ If the lenses come in contact with anything other than your eyes, flush the lenses with the solution.

✅ Keep your lens case clean and change your ophthalmic solution regularly.

✅ Remove contacts before bedtime, bathing, showering or participating in water sports.

✅ Remove lenses if you experience unexpected irritation, pain, redness, or excessive tearing in your eyes.

✅ See a doctor if you notice any of the conditions mentioned above.

❌ Do not use the lens after the recommended period of use (eg 1 day, 90 days, 1 year). No, refrigeration/freezing will not extend its shelf life.

❌ When cleaning the lens, do not use tap water, saliva, or household items, and use only ophthalmic solutions.

❌ Do not allow cosmetics, such as makeup, deodorant, or hairspray, to come into contact with the affected area.

❌ Do not insert lenses that are damaged, broken, torn, or appear to have been damaged in any way.

❌ Do not insert more than one lens into your eye at a time.

❌ Do not share the lens with others. Any uncertainties or concerns about using contact lenses should be discussed with your eye care professional or optician. Before starting a pair of colored contact lenses, make sure you know all the tips and tricks.

Putting on contact lenses for the first time may seem like a dreadful process, but believe me, it couldn't be simpler. It is recommended to soak your contact lenses in the solution for at least 2 hours before putting them into your eye for the first time.

Here is a step-by-step guide to applying colored contact lenses. (It also includes a booklet with detailed instructions for every order.)

Remove the lenses – After washing and drying your hands thoroughly, lift the contact lenses out of the case. It is recommended to pick up the lens with the index finger of the hand you use most. With the lens bent outward, make sure it rests on the tip of your finger the right way. (Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if the lens is upside down, so be sure to check it before putting it in your eye.)

Lower your eyelids - Open your eyes with your other hand. The best way is to pull your eyelids down with your index finger while pulling your lashes down as well. Otherwise, the chances of your lenses getting caught in your lashes are very high, which is not ideal! This part can be tricky. Because your brain is programmed to prevent eye damage in the form of objects that enter your eye, the natural response is to blink.

Place the contact lens over your eye - look upwards with your eye, exposing the white area and gently insert the contact lens. The first few times you do this, you will most likely feel a strong urge to blink, and this is completely natural, but try not to. You'll know right away if your contact lenses aren't properly retracted, and they're more likely to pop out when you blink.

Allow the lens to lock - Finally, close your eyes for a few seconds and allow the lens to lock. Then look through the mirror to see if the lens is properly retracted. If so, congratulations! You did it!

Repeat with the other eye - After this, repeat the process with the other eye. When you're done, you're done! Go out and rock your new look! Don't be discouraged if you can't get the process right. Take a break if necessary. It will pay off eventually! If you have too many problems, it is better to visit an optician. We will be happy to help. You should also visit your optician if you notice anything odd when putting on your lenses. Eye health is the most important!

Removing colored contact lenses can often be thought of as a daunting task. Luckily, we've gathered some useful information on how to properly remove colored contact lenses. Whether you're new to colored contact lenses or not, this helpful step-by-step guide provides information on dos and don'ts.

Wash and dry your hands thoroughly! - Do not skip this step! It is of utmost importance to properly wash and clean your hands before touching your eyes or colored contact lenses. Doing so can greatly reduce the risk of unnecessary spread of infections and bacteria. For contacts with longer wear cycles, such as monthly or annual periods, it is highly recommended to store the lenses in a sterile lens case filled with an approved multipurpose solution.

Gently separate the eyelids (pull the lower eyelid down and lift the upper eyelid up) - For prescription lenses, it is more important to start with the same eye each time you come to remove the lens. The process is simple. Simply pull the lower eyelid gently down and then pull the upper eyelid upward so that the lashes are as close to the eyebrows as possible.

Gently pinch the contact lens using both your first finger and thumb. This step can be difficult, but like any other task, it takes practice. Just place your index finger and thumb on either side of the colored contact lens and pinch gently. You should feel the lens move between your fingers. This is completely normal and indicates successful lens acquisition.

Avoiding your gaze upwards, slide the contact lens down and place it on your first finger. - When you feel the lens between your thumb and index finger, the next step is to look up. This allows you to gently slide the lens down from the white of the eye and then remove it from your finger. Don't panic if it doesn't work the first time! Repeat this process gently or ask someone close to you for help.

Repeat for the other eye - as simple as it sounds, the next step is to repeat the process for the other eye! Just like putting on contact lenses, the first few times require patience. If you're feeling frustrated, don't hesitate to take a break and get back to your venture.

We have a wide range of lenses made from different materials. One popular option is silicone hydrogels. Silicone is a soft material and these gel lenses provide higher oxygen permeability for a more natural and comfortable feel. It retains this oxygen permeability and moisture longer than conventional lenses. It's actually the same material used to bandage your eyes as part of many treatments. That doesn't mean you don't need to take care of your lenses like other lenses do. It shows that technology truly offers the latest and greatest contact lenses it has to offer!

If you have dark eyes and always wanted to have bright eyes, you are not alone! Since over 50% of the world has brown eyes, you can be sure that most color contacts are designed for brown eyes. However, this does not mean that all colored contact lenses will create the look you envision. Lurube offers a collection of lenses designed for high coverage to give you the bright, vivid eyes you crave! The Pink Label Shade series offers brown, green, blue and gray options designed for maximum coverage. Lurube Desire lenses will also help you get the brighter look you've always wanted!

The best color contact lens brands depend on individual needs. Lurube offers a wide range of brands, but they all have some things in common, so you can trust every lens you order from our site. We are picky about the brands we own and make sure all our brands pass federal health and safety standards. It's best to talk to your eye doctor about which material, size, prescription, etc. is best for you. There you can browse many of our well-known and high-quality brands. We stock Klenspop brand lenses, providing high quality contact lenses at better prices!

You can buy colored contact lenses at an optometrist's office, or you can order them online, as many people do. A lot of people find it more convenient because more options are available and delivered right to your doorstep! Priority should be considered when choosing a provider for colored eye contact. Choose Lurube for safety and quality assurance. We only work with top manufacturers that meet KDFA standards and many other international health and safety guidelines. I am looking for cheap colored contact lenses. Lurube's has a variety of brand names, all of which are budget-friendly. Are you looking for a daily newspaper? Or a lens that lasts all year round. Again, we have you! You can browse the site by brand name, color, prescription strength, wear cycle and more!

Lurube's Natural Color Contacts series is a great way to rediscover your look if you want to give a little change to your fashion and outfits. With natural-colored contacts designed in fresh and vivid colors, you can create a natural look with a popping charm. Pink Label Starburst Brown lenses brighten dark eyes with natural beige and brown tones and a darker limbal ring. Pink Label Obsession Gray Color Contacts brings a natural look to one of the latest eye color trends. Lurube's Desire Lush Green contacts offer a shade of green that's perfect for a natural yet eye-opening look.

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