Theatrical contact lenses are colored contacts that you can often see in movies. You might have seen a vampire movie where the vampires have unnatural looking white eyes or maybe a character with cat eyes. Well, they use often theatrical contact lenses to get those eyes. Even though they are often used at movies and stuff, anyone can easily get those for themselves for their own use. Regular people often use them just for the fun of it or maybe at some events, like at Halloween. Using theatrical contact lenses that fit to your character, you can get your character much more alive. Because changing your eyes is something that one can’t do themselves, you have to use color contacts to get that effect. Like I mentioned, Halloween is one event where theatrical contacts could be used. Other events where they are often used are those where you cosplay (costume play) some character (i.e. Some character from a game or a comic) and often these characters some special eyes (sometimes it might be just different colored eyes, then just normal color contacts can do the job for you) which can be achieved only using theatrical contact lenses. One popular choice is to use sharingan contacts when role playing a character from the Japanese cartoon (anime/manga) series Naruto. You can also of course use them for your own movie or if you’re going to do a play. Use your imagination.
Theatrical contact lenses change your eye color completely instead of just adding more color to it like regular color contacts do, so they are good for both light colored and dark colored eyes. They aren’t meant to use to correct your vision (if you’re near or far sighted), but only for cosmetic reasons. So you don’t need prescription to buy them and most often you can’t get them with any corrective properties. If you decide to buy color contacts (including theatrical and regular), you should still go visit an eye doctor first to make sure what kind of contacts are good for your eyes. If you use those that are made using material that isn’t good for your eyes then you could hurt your eyes.
If you are now thinking of getting yourself theatrical contact lenses or maybe just normal color contacts, check my blog Buy Color Contacts Online for more information. I will there provide you information that you will need before and after buying so that you don’t need to regret later, because I don’t think you want to pay for you color contacts just to find out they aren’t good for your eyes or insert them using wrong methods and break either your contact lenses or your eyes.