White Contact Lenses (Halloween, Cosplay & Costume)
White Colored Contacts & Circle lens
Cover your eye with all white, giving you the creepy look of eye without a pupil. Perfect to create a ghostly look and walk around the city, haunting anybody who comes across you. White colored lenses are able to complement many cosplay costumes and make you stand out in a crowd! You will get to attend any costume / Halloween party with these contacts as they can be used as vampire contacts / Classic Zombie contacts and more. Worry not, it comes in prescription too, so you can wear the contacts all night long at your party / comic con.
What are white contact lenses?
White contacts are colored lenses that give the appearance of white or near-white pupils. They are usually worn for cosmetic purposes, like cosplay Halloween looks or theatrical performances.
Are white contact lenses safe to wear?
Yes, white contact lenses are safe to wear as long as you follow proper hygiene practices and instructions for use. However, we do recommend that you consult your eye doctor before choosing or wearing white contacts.
Can you see through white-colored lenses?
It depends on the specific type of white lenses, as some may fully cover the iris and pupil, like blind contact lenses where your vision can be sufficiently blocked.
However, for some others, like the mesh lenses that have a white grid-like pattern, one gets a grey vision, whereas the pattern contact lenses have a clear centre that allows for normal vision.
How long can I wear white contact lenses per day?
The recommended wearing time for white contact lenses varies depending on the brand and type of contacts. It is important to follow the recommended wearing schedule and to avoid wearing them for extended periods of time.
Are there any side effects of wearing white contact lenses?
Some potential side effects of wearing white contact lenses include redness, itching, dryness, and discomfort. However, choosing a pair of contacts with high-quality materials like those available at Pinky Paradise may help you avoid these problems.
All said, it is important to follow proper hygiene practices and to seek medical attention if any symptoms persist.
How do I clean and store my white contact lenses properly?
Clean and disinfect the lenses before and after each use to avoid the chances of eye infections. It is important to use a proper contact lens solution and to avoid exposing them to water or other liquids. Additionally, ensure to wash your hands before inserting the lenses. When not wearing your contacts, store them in a clean contact lens case filled with fresh contact lens solution. For detailed information on caring for your contact lenses, please refer to our wear and care guide.
Can white contact lenses make me blind?
Our contact lenses are generally safe to wear and will not cause any damage to the eyes. However, improper use or hygiene practices can increase the risk of eye infections. Therefore, remember to follow the instructions for use and seek medical attention if any symptoms or discomfort persists.
Can I wear white contact lenses if I have astigmatism?
Yes, there are white contact lenses available for people with astigmatism. However, it is important to consult with your eye doctor to ensure proper fit and comfort.
What are the differences between white contact lenses and clear contact lenses?
White contact lenses are designed to change the color or appearance of the eyes, while clear contact lenses are used to correct vision without altering the eye's appearance.
Can I wear white contact lenses if I have dry eyes?
It depends on the severity of your dry eyes. It is important to consult with your eye doctor to determine if white contact lenses are suitable for your condition.
Can I wear white contact lenses if I have never worn contact lenses before?
If you have never worn contacts before, consult an optometrist before choosing or wearing white contact lenses
Can I wear white contact lenses while swimming?
It is not recommended to wear any contact lenses, including white contacts while swimming or during any water activities. Contact lenses can often trap bacteria leading to eye infections.