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Special Effect Contact Lenses



Special Effect Contact Lenses

Special effect contact lenses can be the hit of any occasion including masquerade and Halloween parties. Dazzle your friends with hypnotic lenses, spiral lenses, or even amuse them with dollar signs for eyes. Whatever your need is, there are special effect contact lenses for everyone. The great thing about these lenses is that they are non-prescription, so anyone can wear them.

While it is true that we are always searching for ways to be original, it is not always easy to come up with a costume that has not been worn by someone you already know. By adding a pair of special effect contact lenses to your costume you can be unique and make your character come alive.

Dare to be different, be the talk of the party. Anyone can dress as a devil, but a devil costume really comes alive when you wear blood red special effect contact lenses. Accessories are the key to completing a costume. Crazy hats, long nails, wigs and now eyes are all parts of creating the character. Just think about how people will react to your zombie costume when they get a peek at your white out eyes.

Special effect contact lenses are used everyday in theatrical productions, on television and of course the movies. They have even been used on occasion for some of the most popular music videos on television like Michael Jackson's "Thriller" where Michael Jackson himself, plays a zombie wearing the popular white out eyes.

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