Making a fashion statement has migrated to mean more than simply making clothing choices and vehicle selections. Creative fashion statements have evolved to also include choices in eyewear and contact lenses. Glasses used to be very mundane and banal in the sense that many people who required the use of these corrective lenses had limited selection on ways to compliment their facial features and style. Now, glasses are able to be purchased which complement any outfit, season, eye color, hair color and emulate the latest high fashion trends. Contact lens wearers are also able to partake in similar choices available to those that wear glasses.
There are many colors of contact lenses that may enhance the appearance of the face as well as match the holiday or occasion. Instead of having plain color contact lenses such as blue, green, hazel and dark brown, the new contact lenses have designs in them. Most of the designs for the contact lenses are used as props for shooting a film or other media. Some customers may also wear these designer contact lenses for a themed party or some kind of holiday. Some of the designs that the wearer may select from may include stars, flowers, dots, a miniature picture of another person, or even an animal.
While some of these contact lens wearers use the lenses for fashion, the lenses are also able to be made with a prescription in them for those that actually need corrective lenses. The company where the lenses are purchased from should be able to fill the written prescription correctly. The company should also have a warranty for replacement or return options in case the prescription is not filled properly or if the design is not correct. The lens selection should include an option of being disposable or being for extended use. If the extended option is selected, the wearer may be keep the contacts in the eyes for up to thirty days or more and then disposed. Because there are so many designs and colors the wearer may select from, the customer should have an option where the user may upload a picture to see a virtual image of how the contacts will look in their eyes.