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An Eye For Fashion

By Stilettosanddiaperbags @Sadbblog

Since 2004 eyelash extensions and fake eyelashes have experienced a resurgence as a fashion trend around the world, making eyes once again the center of attention. There are plenty of gorgeous looks that can be achieved through applying eye make up, but why not take this trend to the next level and consider how coloured contact lenses might reignite your look?
Patterned lenses have long been used to accentuate Halloween costumes and other dramatic outfits but with the range of natural shades now on offer it's as easy as 1, 2, 3 to revolutionise your appearance in a subtle yet distinctive way.
Vision Directs coloured lenses are available as pure fashion accessories but also with prescription lenses, meaning you can trade blue eyes and glasses for clear-sighted, chocolate brown eyes in one swoop!
In addition to traditional solid colours with their bold statements, lenses are available in mixed tones, offering a naturalistic blend of realistic shades. For a more daring look, you can turn to a more unusual colour, such as amber or a violet that would surpass
Elizabeth Taylor'sinfamous peepers, or a pattern such as cats eyes or even your nation's flag. Sclera lenses, which covers the whites of the eye, can add a huge impact to an edgy, sassy outfit.
The best thing about using lenses to spice up your appearance is their portable nature. Just as you can use different shoes to dress up daywear into evening garb, coloured lenses are one way to transform your everyday look into something more remarkable and outrageous at night, or even make it a little softer if you're heading somewhere with romantic lighting where wide, multi-toned eyes can add some extra sparkle. With lenses, you can change your style as many times a day as you like and all thanks to little accessories which fit nicely in your handbag. Try it out: see what a new color could do for you!

Have you ever worn color lenses? I have not, but I've always wanted to try it! ;) 

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