Colored Contacts & Circle lenses
Watch Me Do Halloween Looks (with Color Contacts!)
Looking for the best Halloween contacts? You've come to the right place!
We only stock the highest quality and most reliable colored contact lenses on the market. We know that when you're looking for a new pair of lenses, you want something that is going to last and provide you with a great experience. That's why we make sure our lenses are made with durable materials and offer top-notch customer service so you can feel confident in what you're buying.
We also know that Halloween is all about having fun and getting creative—and we want to make sure you have access to all the tools you need. That's why we offer a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors so you can create whatever character or persona your heart desires! We also have some fun patterns like skulls and stars if you just want something simple!
If you have any questions about our products or services, please don't hesitate to reach out! We'd love nothing more than for our customers to be happy with their purchase!
A Guide To Lens Sizes
Whether you want to keep a realistic, natural look with your colored contacts or you want to achieve big, bright, dolly eyes, there is a pair of colored contacts for your preference. Choose color contacts lenses best designed for your personal style. Lurube makes it easy to browse lenses by the effect you most desire!
Color contacts lenses come in all shapes and sizes. One aspect of colored contact design is the printed area of the lens itself. Our contacts are available in 14.2mm (and below), 14.5mm, 14.8mm, and 15.00mm. There is a general rule of thumb when it comes to selecting colored contact lenses by size. The larger the diameter, the larger the appearance of your iris. And why is it that we love a pair of big, pouty eyes? A larger-looking iris is associated with innocence and child-like wonder. Think of all your favorite dolls from childhood. What did they all have in common? Large irises, of course! With our color contacts lenses, you too can sport the look of a beautiful porcelain piece of art! If you’re looking for a more natural appearance
Whether you're devoted to taking on that doll-eye look, or want to create more definition around your iris, circle lenses are a great way to do it. They increase the look of your pupil and serve as a tool to create definition between the iris and the whites of your eye. That's something many wearers of colored contact lenses love!
There are different print patterns for every desire—some prefer a more solid look with just one tone, while others like a more discrete pattern that blends with their natural eye color. Or, for a really natural yet unique look, try a contact lens with three (or more) tones that blend together for an effect you can't take your eyes off of! Love what you see in the mirror with a simple, easy enhancement.
Color contacts bad for your eyes?
That's a common misconception. You may hear stories of people having difficulty with their color contacts lenses. Usually, this comes in the form of mild discomfort. But, provided that you wear and maintain them properly, there will be no harm to your eyes from using colored contact lenses. In fact, there are no additional risks vs wearing clear contact lenses.
It is especially important, if using a prescription lens, that it is prescribed and fitted accurately by an eyecare professional. Lurube requires an upload of your most recent prescription in order to ensure we are sending your lenses perfect for your peepers! If you have a different prescription for each eye, pay close attention to the product description as most of our lenses are sold in pairs or multi-pair boxes. You’ll want to order one pair or box in each prescription strength. Bonus - you can always have a pair on deck!
It is also recommended that you wear them for no longer than 6 hours a day, clean them using fresh, unexpired solution. You always want to make sure that neither the lenses.
The Ultimate Guide To Making Sure Your Colored Contacts Are Safe
Lurube's goal is to make sure that you can always have your best vision, and that means only the highest quality products. We're here to help you find the perfect colored contact lenses for your needs.
Here at Lurube, we only carry colored contact lenses that are certified by international health authorities like the FDA (American Drug and Food Administration), Health Canada, KDFA (Korean Drug and Food Administration) and/or CE1023. We keep your health our #1 priority–we only stock brands approved by these agencies. Rest assured, any colored contacts you order on our site are guaranteed safe as we only carry the highest-quality contact lenses. Exploring our site, you'll find recognizable brands like GEO Medical, Interojo, Acuvue, Bausch & Lomb, Air Optix, Freshlook and Freshlook. Lurube offers fair prices that won't break the bank, but in only the best brands, certified for health and safety standards. We will never expect you to sacrifice safety or quality in order to enjoy a reasonable value!
Eye Care 101: Are My Contacts Safe?
Before you even consider purchasing colored contact lenses, you should consult an optician or eye health specialist to make sure your eyes are suitable for wearing contacts. Not all eyes are the same as eye shape and possible conditions can affect your ability to wear lenses. It is especially important to consult medical advice if you are intending to wear cosmetic lenses for a prolonged amount of time.
Once you have been given the green light by your doctor, there are a few things to keep in mind before ordering your new lenses:
- Colored contact lenses do not last forever - they need to be replaced every 6 months or so depending on how often you wear them. If you have astigmatism or other vision problems, this may need to be done more frequently.
- Colorful contacts can be expensive - but don't worry! We've got some great deals on colored contacts from popular brands such as Bunny, Coffee, Ashley, Ellen Panda etc Open-Eye Colored Contact Lenses and many more!
Who Can Wear Contact Lenses?
Contact lenses are a convenient option for those looking to correct their vision without the hassle of glasses, or those just looking to change up their appearance by experimenting with different eye colors. But, unfortunately, they aren’t for everyone. Our current technology does provide some limits.
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.
Unfortunately, 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. This is due to the fact that they may be more prone to infection and may not recover from infections as easily.
Though many of our beautiful contact lenses appeal to even young children, it is not recommended that contacts are worn before adolescence. Children’s eyes are particularly sensitive and fragile and wearing contacts at a young age could cause eye damage.
If you are using colored contact lenses, it is important to know that certain eye conditions can be exacerbated by their use. You should not wear our colored contact lenses if you suffer from the following conditions:
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
Colored Contact Lenses Aren't As Uncomfortable As You Think
If you’ve never worn contact lenses before, you may be wondering how they work and what they feel like. So let's get started!
When shopping for contact lenses, clear or colored, you want to pay close attention to the water content. This number is listed as a percentage. In general, the higher the water content, the more moist your eye will feel when wearing them and the more comfortable your eyes will be. There are also a number of other options for keeping your eyes hydrated. A high-quality contact solution can help maintain eye moisture, as well as proper care and cleaning. And, while we’re on the topic of artificial tears, let’s address one of the main questions we receive from those who have never experienced vision correction or style enhancement with contact lenses:
Will wearing contacts hurt? Don't worry—the pain associated with contact lens wear typically only lasts a few days before your eyes adjust.
How Do I Clean And Care For My Lenses?
Once you have the lenses, you should make sure you understand all the ins and outs of cleaning and maintenance. Make sure you have all the know-how on inserting and removing lenses before you wear them! Here are a few dos and don’ts when it comes to colored contact lens safety:
DO take care not to touch your eyes or touch the lenses with your fingers while wearing them.
DO clean your hands with soap and water before handling lenses or any contact lens case or solution.
DON'T use any product that claims to be “lens safe” or “eye safe” for cleaning your lenses unless it is specifically approved for use with contact lenses by an eye doctor.
DON'T use homemade solutions for cleaning or storing contact lenses; this includes things like hydrogen peroxide, vinegar, mouthwash, dish soap or rubbing alcohol.