The quickest way to change up your look! Whether you want a subtle, natural change or something wild for Halloween, cosplay, or a party, we have what Contacts you need.
BM Contact Lenses Do’s
Wash and rinse your hands before handling your lenses. Clean, rinse, and disinfect your lenses each time you remove them.
Handle your lenses with your fingertips, avoiding contact with fingernails.
Store lenses in a leak-proof lens case when not being worn, and disinfect them before use.
Clean and disinfect one lens at a time to avoid mixing up the left and right lenses.
Replace your lens and lens case regularly –lasts 90 days of continuous wear.
Store all contact lens solutions at room temperature.
Keep the caps of your solutions closed when not in use.
Contact your eye care practitioner if you have questions or concerns.
BM Contact Lenses Don’ts
Do not re-use any lens care solution.
Do not use saline to disinfect your lens.
Avoid using eye drops or solutions not intended for use with contacts.
Do not mix any eye medication with lens care solutions except under medical supervision.
Do not wear your soft contact lens when working in the presence of harmful or irritating vapors or fumes.
Do not use eye make-up in the inner margin of the eyelids, as particles could transfer onto your lens.
Don’t allow soaps, cosmetics, or other substances to come into contact with your lenses.
Avoid touching the tip of the bottle to any surface as this may cause contamination.
Don’t use medicated eye drops to store.
Coloured contact lenses 101
Coloured contact lenses are a great way to change your look, turn a few heads, and get people to notice you. Whether for a costume or just in your daily life, coloured contact lenses come in a huge range of colours and styles and can be a simple way to achieve a whole new look, whether you’re wearing a full costume or just popping in contacts for a simple, yet effective look.
Coloured contacts lenses for Halloween
Of course, one of the most popular times to wear coloured contact lenses is during Halloween. Contacts can add a lot to a costume if you’re going to a fancy dress party, putting together a cosplay, or you just want to make your costume as authentic as possible. BodyMods offers a wide array of great quality lenses ranging from natural eye colour options to more unique colours such as grey or violet to coloured eye contacts that turn your eyes into those of a zombie, a demon, and more.
Coloured lenses for everyday
Coloured contact lenses can also be used in a more low-key way. If you have green eyes but want them to be blue for a day, then coloured contact lenses can be a simple but effective addition to change up your look.
Vision correction contact lenses
It is important to note that while it is possible to get prescription coloured contact lenses that can change your eye colour, contact lenses that are prescription-based must be purchased from an eye care professional. If you need glasses or contact lenses to see and want blue eyes instead of green, then a pair of coloured contact lenses may still be a fun way to modify your look.
When in doubt, talk to your eye doctor
Talking to an eye care professional before you try contact lenses for fun is highly recommended if you are concerned about your vision or if contacts are safe to wear. Misusing contacts can result in eye infections or other eye injuries, so it is very important to treat all contacts safely.
If you have eye-related conditions or illnesses such as astigmatism or keratoconus, contacts may not be safe for your eyes. Talk to your eye care specialist before you try contacts if you have any pre-existing conditions or have never worn contact lenses before.
Coloured contacts tips
Contact lens wearers know that it is important to insert your contact lenses with clean, dry hands. Before you open your contact lens case, wash your hands with soap and water. Contact lenses can stick to wet hands, and if hands are unclean, there is a risk of infection. When inserting your contacts, do not use your nails, as they can tear the lenses. Pick up the lens with the tip of your finger.
Store your contact lenses properly
When not wearing your contact lenses, store them in a leak-proof lens case. Clean lenses one lens at a time to avoid mixing up the right and left lenses.
Contact lenses do not last forever
Cosmetic contact lenses last for up to 90 days of continuous wear. If the contacts are not worn daily, contacts can last for up to a year. Contacts need to be stored in contact lens solution at room temperature.
Coloured lenses at BodyMods
BodyMods has a wide range of non-prescription coloured contact lenses. Lenses are sold in a pair, are not meant for vision correction, and are not prescription contacts. If you want a new look for Halloween, check out BodyMods’ selection of cosplay contact lenses.