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Colored contact lenses are a quick, easy, and relatively inexpensive way to elevate your look. Whether or not you want to complement them with makeup, the right colored contact lenses can add a whole new dimension to your appearance. But choosing the right colored contact lenses for yourself is tricky. It’s not just about going online or visiting a store...

Want to get colored contact lenses to improve your look but unsure where to start? We’ve put together a comprehensive guide based on Lens.com's sales data to highlight the best colored contact lenses of 2022, so far (including the back half of the previous year), for North America. This guide lists the top four...

Your eyes have color just like everyone else, but have you ever thought about what exactly gives your eyes their color? At one point or another, maybe you’ve wondered how many other people have eyes that are the same color as you? Well, you’re in luck because Lens.com is here to answer those questions...

The holiday season is on the horizon. In the U.S., the holiday season means an abundance of celebrations with family and friends and plenty of gift-giving. Approximately 45 million Americans wear contact lenses, so you or someone you know likely wears contact lenses. Want to know what kind of gift to give a contact...

Halloween contact lenses Halloween contact lenses are also known as decorative contact lenses, costume contact lenses, novelty contact lenses, or special effect contact lenses. People use these contact lenses to elevate the look of their costumes on Halloween. Actors and actresses also use these contact lenses when playing characters such as vampires, werewolves, or...

In the warmer months like summer, people will naturally gravitate to outdoor activities, including running. Running is a great exercise that you can perform individually or in a group without needing special equipment. It is also one of the best forms of cardio to get your heart pumping, improve your stamina, or lose weight. However, suppose you...

Have you ever felt a burning, itching, or painful sensation in your eyes that made it uncomfortable to wear your contact lenses during a night of drinking alcohol? If so, you are most likely experiencing the symptoms of dry eyes due to alcohol consumption. Why does drinking alcohol cause dry eyes?

What is glare? Does wearing contact lenses cause glare? Glare happens when too much light enters your eye and interferes with your eye’s ability to manage it. Scientifically, glare is “the loss of visual performance or discomfort produced by an intensity of light in the visual field greater than the intensity of light to...

Why do we blink? Blinking is vital for your eye health. It plays a crucial role in keeping your eyes oxygenated and moist while also clearing debris such as dried tears, dead cells, and small particles from the air from your eyes. Blinking can also help keep your eyes healthy by bringing nutrients and...

Thinking about going on a road trip with your friends, but are unsure of how to take care of your contact lenses on the road? Lens.com has you covered! In this post, we discuss how you can best take care of your eyes and contact lenses during a road trip in six easy steps.

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Computer eye strain is the number one eye-related complaint in the United States, and it’s no wonder – the average American adult spends nine...