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High Fashion Contact Lenses

Everyone wants to feel like they are in the spotlight sometimes. Celebrities make us want to dress like them, buy purses and accessories like they buy and one of the biggest things we want to do that they do is to wear those high fashion designer contact lenses. After all, you can change your eye color with specialty contacts nowadays. You can literally change your eye color to coordinate with your clothes. Not only can you get colored contacts online, you can even get contacts that are themed to an occasion or holiday. It can be quite fun to have a choice of “eye looks” no matter what the occasion.

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Fashion lenses are contact lenses that work with any eye color because of the way they are designed. Your eyes can be misty blue, amethyst or emerald green if you so choose. Keep in mind that when you need contact lenses to actually see, you might be more limited in your selection, but if you are buying contact lenses online for the look, you can buy anything you want. Among the lenses that provide high fashion contacts for anyone who wants to bring their eyes to life are Acuvue 2 Colours EnhancerAcuvue 2 Colours Enhancer, Acuvue 2 Colours Opaque, Expressions and FreshLook ColorBlends. These kinds of high fashion lenses are a great way to make your already beautiful eyes stand out even more.

While non-correcting color and special effect contact lenses are meant strictly for fun, they are still considered medical devices by the FDA and require a prescription.

This is the fourth of a series of articles on contact lens options.

Part One: Contacts: Choices, Benefits, Buying
Part Two: Multifocal Contacts: Benefits & Options
Part Three: Toric Contacts for Astigmatism
Part Four: High Fashion Contacts
Part Five: Contacts & Dry Eyes


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Say Goodbye to Extravagance. At last…understated glamor has finally made a comeback! The era of flashy bling is no longer ruling the kingdom of sunwear . Where you’d normally find rhinestones galore or large, loud logos, you’ll now see a return to less prominent applications of color and temple embellishments in fashion sunglasses.

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Iconic Sunglasses: From Fame to Main

From the moment aviators touched down in the 1920s, the magic of sunglasses has fascinated our inner celebrity. What began as a military need spawned a fashion trend that started in Hollywood and, by the 1960s, hooked the masses. Sunglasses were here to stay.

The armed forces got them first, but Marcello Mastroianni made aviators legendary. His Persol Style No. 649s in “La Dolce Vita” (1960) recast military classics into Euro chic. Steve McQueen followed suit, but added collapsible frames and blue-tinted lenses. He gave playboys and wannabes something to aspire to in “The Thomas Crown Affair.” Fast forward to the 1980s: Tom Cruise resurrected aviator appeal in “Top Gun.” Today, it’s not just “Iron Man” Robert Downey, Jr., but Hollywood golden women Jennifer Aniston and Penelope Cruz who make the style sizzle.

Audrey Hepburn was simply having “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in a little black dress, when, suddenly, Wayfarers shot to stardom. She wasn’t the first to wear them – think Marilyn Monroe, James Dean – but the fashion icon made them famous. Admirers were smitten. Two decades later, on a mission from God and into some “Risky Business,” “The Blues Brothers” and Tom Cruise sparked a new Wayfarer craze. More recently, the style has helped “Men In Black,” Jack Nicholson, and Kirsten Dunst flash their cool.

Thank Jackie O for the oversized sunglasses that lend mysterious elegance. Also called Onassis glasses, they transform ordinary women into glam-slam celebutantes. Nearly half a century later, so many celluloid sweethearts – Charlize Theron, Anne Hathaway, Katie Holmes included – still mimic the look.

John Lennon didn’t get his name branded on teashades, but he did serve them up to a peace-loving populace. The megatalent inspired legions of fans to don round-rimmed specs for a glimpse of counter-culture cool. These hippie glasses have since shown up on the likes of Nicole Kidman, Meg Ryan, and Tim Roth.

For four decades, Sir Elton John has paraded huge, often bizarre, eye-catchers on stage. Though the dramatic frames rarely make it off stage, Mr. Crocodile Rock has driven many to dare see the world through purple-, yellow-, and pink-colored lenses. Jennifer Lopez and Cyndi Lauper are equally enamored of hue.

Current trendsetters include Kanye West, whose shutter shades lend a certain futuristic cred to the club crowd, and Bono in his omnipresent wrap style. With Emporio Armani, the U2 frontman has elevated the accessory to philanthropy via his (PRODUCT) RED organization.

Through it all, what the paparazzi snapped, we’ve craved.