Wearing Contact Lenses
Coloured contact lenses are easy to use and take care of. If you have never worn contact lenses before it might seem daunting, but with a few simple pointers and a bit of practice you'll be able to wear any of our lenses with ease. When you wear contact lenses the most important thing is safety - your eyes are precious!
Our contact lenses are safe to wear but please make sure you follow the manufacturers instructions and read this page to make sure you are using them correctly. To wear contact lenses you will need contact lens solution and a contact lens case for each pair of lenses. Without these items it will be very difficult to use and store your lenses safely. Below you can find information on everything from how to insert contact lenses to safety and contact lens storage.
How To Wear Contact Lenses
Using contact lenses for the first time may seem daunting, but with a little practice they are actually very easy to wear. This page will show you a safe, easy method for inserting and removing your contact lenses. You will need contact lens solution, a contact lens case, paper towels and a mirror. Only use contact lens solution to clean your lenses - using water will damage the lenses.
What To Do When You Receive Your Lenses
Fashion contact lenses are packaged in either a blister pack or sealed glass vials. This keeps the lens sterile but can make it difficult to insert your lenses for the first time. We advise that you do the following before you insert your lenses.
Inserting Contact Lenses
Inserting contact lenses is simple but can take a little practice - don't worry if you have to try a few times! It is common to drop a contact lens the first time you put them in, so do this over a clean surface such as a bathroom sink with a mirror.
Contact lens packaging can be fiddly so we recommend placing your lenses in a case before insertion. Always insert your lenses before putting on make up. These instructions are for putting a contact lens into your right eye - for your left eye simply use the opposite hand. Contact lenses should not be worn for more than 8 hours at a time.
Removing Contact Lenses
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