Crazy Contact Lenses for Halloween
For many, Halloween brings back cherished memories of bobbing for apples or trick-or-treating, carving Jack-o’-lanterns and scattering windows and yards with cobwebs, skeletons and other spooky decorations. We can trace the festival’s roots back to Celtic tradition, but over time the ancient pagan celebration has become an important day in the calendar of christian cultures the world over. Now it is the short period of the year when nobody complains about having to eat pumpkin because the mountains of sweets make it all worthwhile.
Whatever your plans for Halloween, one thing is for sure: poking a few holes in a sheet and calling yourself a ghost isn’t going to cut it any more. In this age of cosplay and larping if you want to impress with your Halloween costume you need to bring your A-game.
Look no further than your favorite celebrities and their Halloween costumes for inspiration. Every year, the rich and famous work to outdo each other with crazy and sometimes shocking outfits!
Note how they had a secret weapon: contact lenses. Whether it is the finishing touch on an already breathtaking costume, or a quick and effective way to catch your friends off guard, some colorful contact lenses are a must-have for your Halloween party this year! Luckily we have you covered! Our selection of crazy contact lenses is huge, ranging from seriously scary to downright silly. Below you’ll find a few of our top picks, depending on what angle you’re going for this Halloween, and a little instructional video for those who need it!
Attention: MUST BE 18+ OR PURCHASED BY PARENT
Your eyes are very precious. Decorative contact lenses look great and are great fun for Halloween and many other costumes or looks, but you should
always be extremely careful when dealing with them. Contact lenses are of course safe to wear and used by people everyday, but for people unaccustomed to wearing them, there are real risks of infection and serious damage if you do not take the necessary precautions. Make sure that you have spoken with a medical professional before you apply any contact lenses, and it is strongly recommended that you have a prescription.