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COLOR CONTACT LENSES FAQ
At EyeMoody, we prioritize the safety of our customers above all else. That's why we go above and beyond to ensure that
every single one of our colored contacts is designed with the highest quality
standards and is completely safe to wear.
Our team of experts carefully assesses every product we offer, ensuring that they
meet the rigorous standards set by the FDA (US Drug and Food Administration),
Health Canada, KDFA (Korean Drug and Food Administration), and/or CE
(Conformité Européenne) 1023. This ensures that our colored contacts are not
only beautiful, but also safe for use with proper care.
So whether you're looking to make a fashion statement or simply want to try out a
new look, you can trust that EyeMoody's colored contacts are the safe choice.
With our wide range of colors available, there's a perfect pair of contacts for
every occasion. Shop with confidence knowing that we put your safety first.
Are you tired of rocking the same old eye color every day? If you're ready to switch things up and add some flair to your
look, colored contact lenses might be the perfect solution.
In the past, colored contact lenses were often seen as a novelty item, reserved
for Halloween costumes or special occasions. But as contact lenses have become
more common and affordable, more and more people are using them as a regular
part of their beauty routine. And with the wide variety of colors and styles
available, it's easy to find a pair of contacts that will suit your personal
style and vision needs.
Whether you want to completely change your eye color or just add a little extra pop to your natural shade, colored contact lenses can help you achieve your desired
look. And with the added benefit of clear vision, you'll feel confident and carefree as you go about your day.
So why do people use colored contact lenses? For the ultimate combination of
fashion and function. These lenses allow you to play with color and express
your creativity, while also providing the convenience and clarity of vision
that contact lenses are known for. If you're ready to try something new and
stand out from the crowd, colored contact lenses might be just what you're
It is generally safe to wear contact lenses every day as long as proper lens hygiene is followed and the recommended wearing schedule is adhered to. This means removing the lenses as early in the evening as possible to allow the eyes to rest and breathe, and removing them if any discomfort is experienced.
It's generally recommended to wear colored
contact lenses for up to 8 hours per day. This will vary based on the specific
type of lens you have and the recommendations of the manufacturer. Some lenses,
such as daily disposables, are designed to be worn for a single day and should
be removed and discarded before bedtime. Others, such as extended wear lenses,
may be approved for overnight wear. It's important to follow the recommended
wearing schedule for your specific lenses to ensure the health and comfort of
your eyes. If you experience any discomfort or irritation while wearing your
contacts, be sure to remove them and seek guidance from a professional if
Taking care of your contact lenses is crucial to ensure the health and comfort of your eyes. Proper lens care can also help extend the lifespan of your lenses and save you money in the long run.
Here are a few key tips for taking care of your contact lenses:
Wash your hands: Before handling your lenses, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly to prevent the transfer of germs and dirt to your lenses.
Clean and store your lenses: After each use, be sure to rub and rinse your contact lenses with a multipurpose solution. Store them in a clean lens storage case and replace the case at least every three months.
Use lens cleaning tools: To help maintain the comfort and durability of your lenses, consider using lens cleaning tools to give them a deep clean.
Colored contact lenses can be a fun and stylish way to change up your look, but they may not be suitable for everyone.
Before considering colored contacts, it's important to consult with an eye doctor to determine if you are a good candidate for contact lens wear.
There are certain conditions that may disqualify you from wearing contact lenses, including:
Dry Eye Syndrome: If you have dry eyes, your eyes may not produce enough tears to keep your contact lenses moist and
Severe Eye Allergies: Allergies can cause irritation and inflammation of the eye, making contact lens wear uncomfortable
or even dangerous.
Blepharitis: This condition causes
inflammation of the eyelids and can make it difficult to wear contact lenses comfortably.
Repeated Eye Infections: If you have a history of repeated eye infections, contact lenses may not be the best choice for you.
Special vision problems: Certain vision problems, such as severe astigmatism, may make it difficult to wear contact lenses comfortably or effectively.
If you have any of these conditions, it's important to discuss them with your eye doctor before trying out colored
contact lenses. Your doctor can help determine whether contact lenses are a suitable option for you and, if so, which type of lenses will work best.
At EyeMoody, we believe that everyone
should have the opportunity to enhance their appearance with colored contacts –
even if they have perfect vision. That's why we offer a wide selection of non
prescription colored contacts (also known as plano color contacts) that are
designed for cosmetic and cosplay purposes.
With a lot designs to choose from, our non
prescription colored contacts allow anyone to change their eye color for any
occasion – whether it's Halloween, a cosplay convention, or just for fun. And
because these lenses don't correct vision, they're perfect for anyone with
perfect vision who wants to try out a new look.
So if you're ready to try something new and
add a pop of color to your appearance, be sure to check out EyeMoody's
selection of non prescription colored contacts. Whether you're looking for a
subtle change or something bold and dramatic, we've got you covered.
Are you tired of trying on colored contact lenses that don't show up well on your dark brown eyes? It can be frustrating
to purchase a product based on its vibrant appearance online only to be
disappointed when it doesn't deliver the desired effect. The good news is,
there are options out there that can give you the bold, striking look you
Opaque tints are the way to go for those
with dark eyes who want to make a statement. These lenses are designed to fully
cover your natural eye color, resulting in a more vibrant and noticeable
transformation. EyeMoody has a range of colored contacts that are specifically
formulated for dark eyes. We offer a wide variety
of shades to choose from, ensuring you'll find the perfect hue to suit your
So if you're looking to add some pop to
your dark brown eyes, give these opaque tinted contacts a try. You might be
amazed at the transformation they can bring.
If you have astigmatism, you may be
wondering if you can still wear regular colored contact lenses for cosmetic
purposes. The short answer is: it depends on the severity of your astigmatism.
Astigmatism is a common vision condition
that occurs when the front surface of the eye, called the cornea, is slightly
irregular in shape. This can cause blurry vision at all distances and is
typically corrected with glasses or contact lenses.
If you have mild astigmatism, you may be
able to wear regular colored contact lenses without any issues. These lenses
are designed to correct distance vision and do not take into account any
astigmatism you may have. However, if you have a high level of astigmatism,
regular colored contacts may not provide adequate vision correction.
In this case, we recommend wearing toric
lenses, which are specifically designed to correct astigmatism. These lenses
have two powers - one for distance vision and one for astigmatism - and are
able to provide clearer vision for those with higher levels of astigmatism.
If you're unsure whether regular colored
contacts are suitable for your level of astigmatism, it's best to consult with
your eye doctor. They can help you determine the best type of lens for your
vision needs and ensure that you have the most comfortable and effective fit possible.
To get the most use out of your colored contact lenses, it's important to choose the right type of disposable contacts for your needs.
Most of our lenses are 6-month disposable, meaning they can be worn daily for up to 6 months with proper care. Both monthly or yearly contact lenses should be worn for the day and then cleaned and stored at night. On the other hand, daily contact lenses must be discarded at the end of each day without exception. To ensure the health and comfort of your eyes, it's important to follow the recommended wearing schedule for your specific lenses and practice good lens hygiene. If you have any questions about how long you can wear your contacts, consult with your eye doctor for personalized guidance.