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Post By KawaiiNeko. 03/01/15, 12:13 pm

Where can you get decent contacts that wont damage your eyes and are not to expensive?
And also how do you put them in because I have no experience with them.
hope someone can help.
Thanks Very Happy


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Post By thesmarterblonde. 04/01/15, 04:18 pm

With contact lenses, you generally get what you pay for... good quality ones from a reputable source won't be as cheap as others but your eyesight (imo) is worth the extra money. I bought a pair from BodyFX (http://bodyfxshop.com/collections/contact-lenses). PinkyParadise (http://www.pinkyparadise.com/) also has a good reputation.

Re: putting them in, the easiest thing to do is to look on YouTube for a tutorial. Make sure you wash your hands before putting them in (bits of dirt/dust from your hands getting stuck to the contacts and rubbing against your eyeballs is at best, uncomfortable and at worst, agonizing and potentially permanently damaging). Contacts before makeup, or you will get makeup in your eyes and it will not be fun. Also, make sure to practice putting them in several times before you actually plan on wearing them, to get used to the sensation of touching your eyeballs (the first time I tried, it took me almost an hour to put them in). If they start to feel uncomfortable/painful, TAKE THEM OUT STRAIGHT AWAY! And, final bit of advice, NEVER SLEEP IN YOUR CONTACTS!!!

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