There is nothing quite like Halloween. All the parties, trick-or-treating, office celebrations, and costumes make Halloween a truly festive (and spooky) time of the year. For millions of people across the US, Halloween is a can’t miss event. Some even prepare their costumes months ahead of time, spending countless hours and hundreds of dollars just to make their costumes. By complementing your costume with Halloween contact lenses, you’ll be able to elevate your look on Halloween and show off your costume on Instagram.
Don’t want to spend too much time or money on your Halloween costume? Don’t worry! There’s still a quick, easy, and relatively affordable way for you to add a special touch to your costume.
What is it, you ask? Halloween contact lenses.
Also known as novelty contact lenses, costume contact lenses, or special effect contact lenses, Halloween contact lenses are popular among people who want to enhance their costumes without burning a hole in their wallets.
Here’s what you need to know about Halloween contacts:
- Plano – Halloween contact lenses are Plano, which means they provide zero vision correction. People only wear these contact lenses for cosmetic reasons.
- Prescription – FDA regulations state that all contact lenses (including Halloween contact lenses) are medical devices. As such, you need to obtain a valid prescription from an eye care professional if you want to buy and wear Halloween contact lenses.
- The good news is that you don’t have to leave your house to get a prescription for Halloween contact lenses. You can take advantage of online eye exams. These exams are accurate, convenient, and a breeze to complete. Once you’re done with the exam, you’ll receive a copy of your prescription.
- Online eye exams are also 100% safe so you don’t have to worry about the risk of COVID-19 infection.
- FDA-approved – Avoid buying cheap counterfeit lenses. They’re not worth the damage they can cause. Only buy FDA-approved Halloween contact lenses made by established brands.
Want to know more about Halloween contacts? Take a look at this infographic.