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Best Disney Movie Contact Lenses

Friday, April 11th, 2014

There’s nothing quite like Disney to fondly take us back to our childhood. In fact what could be more fun than dressing in a Disney costume? Asides the flamboyant make up, unruly wigs and recognizable costumes, why not really enhance the Disney character look by replicating the character’s eyes. This can of course be achieved with optimal results by wearing a pair of colored contact lenses. To ensure you achieve the right Disney look, take a look at the following Disney movies with the strongest eye colors.

Disney’s Rapunzel in Tangled

The beautiful princess Rapunzel who appears in Walt Disney’s 50th animated feature film in 2010, Tangled, isn’t just instantly recognizable for yards and yards of luscious blonde locks, but also for those huge green eyes. Rapunzel’s gentle and innocent green eyes puts everyone that looks at her under her spell. You too can achieve such a mesmerizing look by wearing a pair of green big eyes contact lenses. Complement your new Disney Rapunzel-like eyes by wearing a pretty pink dress and of course a long, blonde wig.

Rapunzel

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The Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland

Premiering on July 26, 1951, Alice in Wonderland was Walt Disney’s thirteenth animated feature film. This classic fairytale and its magical characters have been reproduced and replicated in many different guises in the ensuing decades. One of the most memorable characters in Alice in Wonderland is of course the Mad Hatter. In 2010 Johnny Depp played an incredible portrayal of the Mad Hatter. Depp’s costume couldn’t have been more convincing. The frizzy red hair that looked like the Mad Hatter had been electrocuted was complemented impeccably with a pair of hypnotically Mad Hatter green contact lenses. You too can recreate this freakishly provocative look with a crazy red wig, a lofty top hat and a pair of enchanting green contact lenses.

Johnny-Depp

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Prince Eric, The Little Mermaid

Who can blame guys for wanting to dress up as a handsome prince to a fancy dress party? And who could be more handsome than Prince Eric of the 1989 Disney animated film The Little Mermaid. The character is based on the ‘prince’ character in the Hans Christian Anderson story “The Little Mermaid”. Asides his floppy black hair, black knee-length boots and friendly smile sporting pearly-white teeth, it’s Prince Eric’s big blue eyes that never fail to woo the ladies. Surely no eyes can be this deep blue naturally? They can with a pair of deep blue contacts – Come on lads if you want to find your own Rapunzel at a forthcoming fancy dress party, simply dress as Prince Eric, and don’t forget the contacts.

prince-eric

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The Scariest Movies Achieved Through Contacts

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

They say terror can be seen in the eyes. Terror can also be crafted through the eyes, by means of colored contact lenses. Asides good acting, horror movies and videos rely on lavish theatrical costumes to help create terrifying characters and nail-biting scenes. We only have to think back to Michael Jackson’s Thriller video, when flamboyant yet scarily realistic costumes augmented the thrilling authenticity of the video out of sight. Colored contact lenses are increasingly becoming an almost imperative accessory in a horror movie’s attire. Take a look at the following four scariest movies achieved through colored contacts.

Interview With A Vampire

Interview With A Vampire

Interview With A Vampire

When Interview With A Vampire arrived at the big screen in 1994, the Gothic vampire horror helped secure the careers of Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise forevermore. It has to be said that as well as the fantastic acting and utterly unique script, Brad Pitt’s unmistakable eyes helped propel the movie to make history in terms of being an epic horror thriller. The vampire’s glowing yellow eyes set against a gaunt face of pasty makeup, helped craft a really terrifying look, thrilling audiences around the world.

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

The Exorcist

While colored contact lenses have really taken off in popularity in recent years, the theatrical enhancing capabilities of these accessories have been exploited by horror movie directors for quite some time. One of the most striking early examples of colored lenses in movies was in The Exorcist. A pair of deathly gray contacts really helped transform the sweet little girl Regan into an unnerving possessed puppet of the devil.

An American Werewolf in London

An American Werewolf in London

An American Werewolf in London

The early penchant for implementing colored contacts into the attire of horror films continued into the 1980s. In 1981 An American Werewolf in London scared and amused audiences with its atmospheric plot, setting and costumes. In fact so acclaimed did this widely popular movie’s special effects become that American special effects artist Rick Baker won an Academy Award for the revolutionary special effects make up for American Werewolf in London. The spellbinding costumes in the movie included the werewolf wearing devilish yellow eyes to enhance the creature’s horrifying look.

The Evil Dead

The Evil Dead

The Evil Dead

Based on a groups of friends unwittingly summoning up demons living in nearby woods, The Evil Dead almost turned the blood cold of everyone who watched it as it dished out a level of gore that had been rarely seen in movie theaters before. The costumes and makeup of these utterly grotesque zombies left little to the imagination. Once again, a pivotal feature of the movie’s makeup were the eyes of these creatures of the night. The pale zombie lenses augmented an authentic deceased look and it is hardly surprising The Evil Dead zombie costumes have been recreated ever since. In 2013 a modern version of The Evil Dead arrived in cinemas and was touted as the “most terrifying film you will ever experience” – With those horrifically haunting eyes, who are we to argue?

Get the Dangerous Look with Biohazard Contact Lenses

Friday, February 7th, 2014

Sometimes, highlighting a certain color or changing the color of our eyes completely just doesn’t quite cut it. Sure, switching from brown to blue eyes or vice versa might be fine for a evening out at a restaurant or maybe even an evening in having a bit of fun with your partner, but when your destination is a rockin’ party that might just go down in legend among your friends, that’s when you need to push the boat out and go for something a little more memorable.

Create the Perfect Halloween Costume

That’s where Biohazard Contact Lenses come in. They feature various representations of the Toxic Waste symbol and are the perfect contact lenses for a rave that make your eyes extra special, attracting all the right attention and giving you the appearance of the ultimate raver. A couple of glow-sticks might be enough for some people, but nobody’s going to remember them unless they get naked and dance around on a table before falling off, cracking their head on the floor and getting stretchered off to A & E. You won’t need to get naked to attract attention if you wear Biohazard party contact lenses, though by all means go ahead and get naked anyway. I won’t stop you!

Toxic Waste Costume

Toxic Waste Costume

Glowing Biohazard Lenses

The black and yellow color scheme has long been associated with hazardous warning signs and thus is considered extremely cool as a rave accessory and perfect for some hard partying. You can even raise the bar by choosing to buy Biohazard UV contact lenses which will glow under UV light. The i-Glow varieties still look awesome under normal light but will shine spectacularly under black light.

Biohazard contact lenses can also be incorporated into various costumes for fancy dress parties or cos-play. If it’s a superhero themed party, then you can guarantee there’ll be a whole host of Batmans and Supermans, so why not be original and go retro with a Toxic Avenger outfit. A bit of creativity with regards your clothes and headwear will give you his bulging green skin appearance, or simply pick up a rubber mask of his face. Then just wear these Toxic Waste Halloween Contact Lenses so people don’t mistake you for a leprous Incredible Hulk.

Biohazard Cosplay

You could even make an entire costume out of the whole hazardous warning motif by decking yourself out in yellow and black colors. Black trousers with a yellow top with the Biohazard or Toxic Waste symbol marked out in black would look absolutely awesome if worn with some face-paint in the design of one of the hazardous warning symbols and colored contact lenses to match. Alternatively, construct a barrel to wear with warning signs on it and have some bright green material tumbling out of the top. Accompany either outfit with some black boots and black gloves and you’ll be able to lay claim to the title of the most dangerous person at the party. One thing is for certain when you buy Biohazard contact lenses, you’re going to get noticed and nobody’s going to forget you. And isn’t that what dressing up for a party is all about?

Best Colored Contact Lenses for Men

Monday, January 27th, 2014
Jude Law - natural blue eyes

Jude Law – natural blue eyes

It’s not just women who like to dress outrageously glitzy from time to time as men can also get the urge to pull out all the stops with a daringly flamboyant outfit from time to time. For example, they might be going to a costume party, a Halloween parade or perhaps want to dress to impress on a first date. Whatever the reason, colored contacts can be an equally as effective accessory to put the ‘icing on the cake’ of an impressive outfit for men, as they are for women. If you are a guy looking to complement a great party costume or simply want to augment your looks on a hot date, take a look at some of the best coloured contact lenses for men.

Blue Contacts for that First Date

Although we might not like to admit it, looks are important on first dates. Alongside your date’s charming personality (we hope so), men and women want to be physically attracted to their date. This is when colored contact lenses could come in handy. If you’ve not been blessed with stunning blue eyes like Brad Pitt or Jude Law you could always cheat as a means of captivating your date. Put in a pair of spectacular blue contact lenses before the date and you’re lucky lady friend won’t have eyes for anyone else.

Terminator Contact Lenses

Terminator Contact Lenses

The Terminator

Want to impress the girls with your Arnie-like muscles by dressing as The Terminator to a fancy dress party? Well enhance the costume further by wearing a pair Terminator Contact Lenses. With the words ‘The Terminator’ around the top and bottom of the lens, these silver contacts celebrate the iconic sci-fi movie in style.

Cannabis Contact Lenses

If you’re heading to a party or perhaps a festival with a hippy kind of vibe, a man wearing a pair of cannabis contact lenses is likely to be met with approval. For example, these cool Cannabis Leaf Contact Lenses, which are predominantly white but have a crisp black cannabis leaf inscribed on them, will definitely get you noticed at a party, festival or any kind of event with a bohemian, carefree atmosphere.

Zombie Contacts

Zombie Contact Lenses

Zombie Contact Lenses


We have to admit that with a myriad of witch, vampire, she-devil and naughty nurse costumes on the market, it’s quite a bit easier for women to dress up for a Halloween party than men. That’s not to say men can’t look as frighteningly fantastic as women to such occasions.

Attending a Halloween party as a zombie is a sure-fire way to get noticed and create a stir at such an event. But if you want to go that bit further, men should put in a pair of Zombie Contact Lenses, for a truly freaky look.

Time to Party Hobbit Style

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

ELIJAH WOOD

Did you ever find yourself acting very differently at a costume party? Interesting isn’t it how putting on a costume,mask ,war paint or even bright colored contact lenses turns people into someone else, with a bit of help from a tipple or two. Not only is it good fun but it should be classed as therapy. Confidence floods through veins and the Average Joe becomes an uninhibited party animal.

The renewed interest on the big screen in J.R.R.Tolkien and his epic fantasy The Lord of the Rings, and now The Hobbit, which was compulsory reading for every student at one time or another, has led to an interest in a whole series of characters, Frodo, Bilbo, Sam, Gandalf and not to forget poor old Gollum, amongst many others.

It’s a hot topic at the moment so what better way to dress up and act out a fantasy than as a Hobbit, Dwarf, Troll or Elf?

The face is always the point of visual contact, Elijah Wood who played Frodo has naturally large eyes, and it’s difficult to tell if he has blue contacts in or not, but they are powerful enough to attract anyone’s attention. (Elijah Wood Photo)

Fantasy Contact Lenses

Evangaline Lily Plays Tauriel

Evangaline Lily Plays Tauriel

Azog the Defiler

Azog the Defiler

Gollum

Gollum

However, Orc chieftain and all-round bad egg, Azog the Defiler, played by Manu Bennet, has a frightening pair of peepers. Certainly a great character to impersonate with a fake six pack (unless, of course, you have the real thing) and a stunning pair of red cat eye lenses.

Here are a couple of little tips about your costume. Firstly consider your stature; mind you there are no rules to this game, so there’s no reason why you can’t have a tall Hobbit or a diminutive Troll. Cut your old trousers at the knees – don’t worry about frayed ends – and apply spirit gum to your toes (but not superglue!) and stick two pieces of shaggy carpet on them. Definitely effective – at least you will have warm feet!

Still stuck for ideas? Here are some fan-tastic fan favorite character ideas for your fancy dress Hobbit party:

  • Evangeline Lilly, who appears as elf, Turiel, sports very sexy contacts and a rather Spock-like pair of ears, which looked good on her anyway.
  • In the eye department the bad guys definitely have it over the Dwarves and Elves, who seem to rely more on exquisite eyebrows or plaited beards and bulbous noses.
  • Gollum, played by Antony Serkis, displays beautiful mix of emotions – greed, fear, rage and sadness – in those extraordinary eyes. Take a look at these bloodshot contact lenses and perhaps turn yourself into Gollum, complete with tortured soul.
  • Smaug the dragon would be one heck of a party outfit. Adding a tail, claws, and sharp teeth may prove a little bit of a headache, but with a frightening pair of dragon lenses your look is half way there.
  • So it’s up to you, do you fancy being an Elf, all noble and elegant and not a bad shot with a bow and arrow, or a childlike Hobbit with an average height of three foot six inches? Why not have your own Hobbit themed events, but just watch out you may end up with a room full of lookalike Bilbo Baggins unless you organize it well. There is a lot of scope for invention, so take a leaf out of the serious fans of the films, who turned up at premiers in costumes worthy of any Props department.

    Best Celebrity Halloween Costumes

    Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

    Celebrities have a lot more time and money on their hands than the rest of us, so when it comes to dressing up time, we expect a lot more from them than we do ourselves and our mere mortal friends. Luckily, the vast majority of them don’t let us down and there have been some absolutely awesome costumes and outfits spotted at some of the big celebrity Halloween gatherings.

    The charity UNICEF recently held a Halloween Bash where there were plenty of celebrities lining up to be snapped in their costumes. Some of the best looking outfits of 2013′s Halloween season have often be those commemorating Mexico’s Day of the Dead festival, and fashion designer Patrick Cox showed his nous by teaming a stylish Mexican-themed outfit with some truly terrific face paint.

    The Best Halloween Costumes

    Heidi Klum

    Heidi Klum

    British pop singer Lily Allen went for a more eye-catching outfit at the same event and probably spent a little bit more on the body paint. With the right accessories you can really make a fun alien costume come to life as Lily has with her head-band antennae. You could even take it to the next level with some cool Green Contact Lenses to really make yourself stand out (you know, if being painted bright green isn’t enough).

    Mike Meldman’s Casamigos Halloween party in Beverley Hills usually attracts plenty of stars dressing up for the spooky night’s entertainment. My favorite of the attendees this year has to be supermodel Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber teaming up to dress as infamous havoc-wreaking rockers Axl Rose and Slash. They hilariously nailed the classic 1980s image of the Guns ‘N Roses musicians perfectly.

    Another rocker Ozzy’s famous daughter Kelly Osbourne attended Glee actor and entertainer Adam Lambert’s party in West Hollywood nightclub Bootsy Bellows dressed as the Stephen King horror heroine Carrie. If you get the right liquid to use as blood (corn syrup can be perfect) then this can be a really easy but awesome outfit to shock and impress your pals with.

    Adam Lambert

    Adam Lambert

    Have You Chosen Next Year’s Halloween Costume?

    Adam Lambert wasn’t about to be upstaged at his own party though. Focusing his costume on his head and face, he used some theatrical make-up, some Devil Eyes Contact Lenses and an awesome pair of horns to impersonate Beelzebub himself. This kind of outfit can often be the best at a party and yet really he’s just wearing ordinary clothes (barring the shoulder studs). Using make-up and colored contact lenses is often the way to go for a simple but still amazing costume.

    Jonathan Ross, the British TV host known for his inability to pronounce his Rs, is also well known for throwing an awesome celebrity-packed Halloween party every year. Supermodel Kate Moss and her husband Jamie Hince, front-man of indie rockers The Kills, got into the Mexican Day of the Dead mood as well with their awesome Mexican and Spanish-themed outfits finished off with some clever skull face paint. This kind of thing really was the outfit of choice for the cool kids this year.

    Hit-Girl Chloë Moretz also showed us how it’s done at the same party with this awesome combination of face paint, Gothic costume and outrageous hair accessories. It’s not that surprising that she went for something a bit fancier and less horrible, as having recently starred in the remake of Carrie she was probably getting a little tired of being covered in blood.

    Kelly Osbourne

    Kelly Osbourne

    The best celebrity costume of this year’s Halloween party season though is a tie, shared equally between British actor Simon Pegg (Scotty from the rebooted Star Trek franchise) and honorary American Hugh Laurie, better known as the grumpy genius Dr House. All that limping practice must have really paid off when he turned up in this awesome zombie outfit, with both he and Pegg making good use of White Contact Lenses to give them that eerie dead-eyed stare.

    Still, I’m not sure if the fantastic zombie looks will ever be enough to dethrone the reigning champion of celebrity costumes, the Skinned Body outfit worn by Heidi Klum in 2011. You could probably argue that Lady Gaga has come close to besting Klum’s skinless wonder on several occasions, but to be honest, this is meant to be about costumes and Gaga’s insane outfits are just her normal clothes. Klum’s costume consisted of a body suit and matching face paint, finished off with some blood Red Contact Lenses. It’s crazy enough to look at her from a distance, but when it gets more realistic the close you get, you know you have one of the best Halloween costumes ever created. You can find cheap Halloween costumes online or on the high street to replicate these awesome celebrity costumes.

    Costume Make-Up Ideas on a Budget

    Monday, November 11th, 2013

    While some people like planning their costumes weeks, even months in advance, many of us are too busy not being geeks to afford that kind of preparation for a fancy dress party and have to rustle up our outfits at the last minute. Knocking something together on a budget is also difficult as nobody wants to be the pooper who goes to the party dressed in their normal clothes. The ‘I’ve come as a psychopath; they look like ordinary people excuse is an old chestnut that just won’t cut it these days.

    But you don’t necessarily need a big costume, as the right bit of make-up can turn your ordinary clothes into the costume itself. Get hold of some cheap theatrical make-up and make your face the center point of your outfit.

    Ghoul Make-Up

    Skull Face Makeup

    Skull Face Makeup

    One of the easiest and cheap costume ideas is to dig out your black clothes and become a gothic ghoul by whitening your face and blackening your eyes. An awesome touch is painting over your whitened lips with black make-up for an eerie skull effect. If you don’t have any whitening make-up then simply blacken your top lip and the tip of your nose to create a cat face.

    Paint a few dots on your cheeks for whiskers and voila. You can always add some Cat Eyes Contact Lenses to take the look to the next level.


    Frankenstein Make-Up

    Frankenstein Makeup

    Frankenstein Makeup

    If you’ve got hold of some theatrical make-up though, you might want to get creative and become a Frankenstein’s Monster by turning your face a light green color and then darkening your eyes and adding a splash of blood here and there.

    Use an eyeliner pencil to add some fake stitches across your forehead and then finish the look off by making a pair of neck bolts out of wine bottle corks. There are plenty of Frankenstein Contact Lens options as well if you want to push the boat out.

    Human Doll Make-Up

    Human Doll Make-Up

    Human Doll Make-Up

    Of course, some of us have neither the time nor the budget to spend on anything, and quite likely need to rustle up a costume with just a few minutes until the party starts. In that case, one of the best options is to become a ventriloquist’s dummy with the simple addition of two lines drawn down from the corners of your mouth.

    There are lots of ways of enhancing the look (I recommend some rosy cheeks, a bow tie and some Clockwork Orange-esque eyelashes) but it really is as simple as drawing a couple of lines on your face.

    Comic Art Make-Up

    Comic Art Make-Up

    Comic Art Make-Up

    A growing trend that is pretty easy to pull off is a look inspired by the cheaply printed comic books of yesteryear. The idea, of course, is to give the impression that you are a printed illustration.

    Use an eyeliner pencil to accentuate the outlines of your facial features, and then add a pixel effect by dotting your skin with white spots. Finally just attach a speech bubble with some witty remark or famous comic book character phrase and you’re all set.

    Last Minute Costume Ideas

    Friday, November 8th, 2013

    Christmas, Halloween, Easter or any other time of the year you may receive an invitation to a costume party. Usually you get plenty of warning and able to pop down to rent an outfit but there are occasions when it is a last minute thing. Don’t panic if you have no idea what to wear, out of ideas or just clueless as what to go as. We will share with you some ideas so that you can be ready in a flash and create a stunning look that will not only look the part but will impress the other guests.

    Stand Out With Colored Contacts

    We did say we were going to show you how to really look the part and impress the other guests and this is very achievable with the aid of a pair of colored contact lenses, easily applied and gives a phenomenal effect to the transformation. We recommend picking up some and keeping in your drawer in readiness for those inevitable costume parties throughout the year.

    If you’re into the whole dressing up costume party thing, you could choose to have several colors of contact lenses and choose accordingly for each party and costume you’re going to wear. Wearing colored contacts not only completes the transformation but immediately gives you that added dimension your look, with startling results.

    So remember, next time you’re going to a costume party, have your contacts ready and impress the other guests and don’t forget to have fun.

    Zombie Costume

    Homemade Zombie Costume

    Homemade Zombie Costume

    One of the easiest home made costumes, a zombie look can be created with some old clothes and liberal cutting and shredding with a pair of scissors. Make your clothes look ragged and dirty.

    For additional effects, slap on fake blood, smearing it over your mouth and clothes. If it really is last minute then use ketchup or red food colouring.

    Apply lots of makeup foundation and spot with red lipstick to add to the gory effect.  Zombie contact lenses are the essential final touch for that genuine undead look.

    Vampire Costume

    Homemade Vampire Costume

    Homemade Vampire Costume

    Pale cream make-up applied to the face and hands is a great start to your vampire look. Add colored eye shadow around the eyes and red lipstick to bloody the lips.

    As for clothes, anything that can be fashioned into a cape will suffice, but as we all know from television, vampires can dress like you or I – and your everyday wear may be all you need.

    A pair of cheap plastic fangs is essential of course, but remember – it’s the hypnotic vampire eyes that make the vampire.

    Werewolf Costume

    Homemade Werewolf Costume

    Homemade Werewolf Costume

    A more complicated look but just as effective is that of a werewolf. Dark clothes always best to go with a shirt and trousers.

    Use a dark foundation on the face and applying mascara draw long strokes on the face to resemble hair; you can do the same on your hands for that overall look.

    Finally, apply some gel or mousse to your hair and tease it in random directions to give it that ruffled look.

    Of course, as well as a pair of plastic fangs bright yellow wolf lenses will complete the overall effect.

    Homemade Halloween Costumes that will Freak Out Your Friends

    Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

    We’ve all been there, rolling up to the fancy dress Halloween party absolutely delighted with ourselves in our tissue paper and felt-tip pen designed outfit, only to stroll in and see someone who just shelled out 60 bucks for a professionally made costume from the local fancy dress shop. What a jerk. Everybody knows you’re supposed to make the costumes yourself, that’s the whole point. It’s a creative process. A little bit of this added to a little bit of that with one of these on top and one of those hanging off the front. We might buy a little something to polish off the look but there shouldn’t be any hiring of professional costumes. That’s straight-up cheating.

    So, for all of you maintaining the true Halloween party spirit, here’s some tips and ideas for some home-made Halloween costumes to scare and surprise your fellow party goers.


    Home-made Mummy Costume

    Home-made Mummy Costume

    Let’s start off with some classic Mummies and zombies as they’ll always be popular costumes at Halloween. Here’s an awesome trick you can do to become a realistically mummified corpse. First, dip paper towels in coffee the day before and them dry over night.

    Then, on the day, make a paste of two parts flour and one part corn syrup, adding some extra colour with brown make-up.  Now apply the paste to your face and any visible skin areas and add strips of the paper towels on the pasted areas to create that ancient rotting carcass effect.

    Simply wrap the rest of yourself in bandages or toilet roll, or torn and bloodied clothes for a modern zombie look.


    Home-made beekeeper costume

    Home-made beekeeper costume

    Dress as something a little friendlier (though still terrifying to some) with this beekeeper outfit, easily done with a pair of decorator overalls and some cheap tulle fabric attached to the rim of a wide brimmed sun hat.

    Stick on lots of bees made of pipe-cleaners, or use a black marker to add stripes to balls of any kind of orange/yellow material. If you can also get a buzzing sound app on your phone to accompany you around everywhere, then you’ll definitely be making a good few people rather nervous.


    Home-made Bat Wings Costume

    Home-made Bat Wings Costume

    Make bat wings out of old umbrellas which can attach to the arms of any top or jacket you want. It’s a reasonably complicated process, dismantling the umbrella and attaching the wings, but the Evil Mad Scientist has a step-by-step guide plus a picture walk-through. Once you have your wings, finish off the dread vampire look with some red contact lenses.


    Home-made Big Boobs Costume

    Home-made Big Boobs Costume

    Why not coordinate with a pal to become a giant pair of boobs! A couple of beach balls inside extra large t-shirts and some cleverly cut material and you’ll have the most titillating costume at the party. Just be prepared to get fondled.


    Home-made Transformer costume

    Home-made Transformer costume

    Go retro and make an evil robot costume out of cardboard, old piping and tin foil. And if you don’t fancy wearing a box on your head all night, then invest in a bit of silver body paint for your face and a pair of silver android contact lenses for your evil robot eyes. Alternatively, use old beer boxes and cereal cartons to become a Transformer like Kelloggstimus Prime. (Sorry, that sounded way better in my head.)


    Home-made Bride of Chucky Costume

    Home-made Bride of Chucky Costume

    Got some old dungarees and a stripy t-shirt? Then get yourself a ginger wig and a large kitchen knife and you too can be Chucky the killer doll. Probably best to get a rubber knife to avoid accidents, but otherwise you just need to add that famous scar across the face and you’ll be the spitting image of the demonically possessed murdering toy. Well, maybe a little taller but who’s measuring. Add some bright blue UV contact lenses to give your eyes that demonic shimmer under black light.


    Home-made iPad costume

    Home-made iPad costume

    If you’re bored of ghouls and ghosts then you should embrace technology and party as an iPad. It’s easy to make at home as you just need the right sized box, head and arm holes and some creative paint work. You could even print out the proper app pictures and stick them on too. Or why not go as an old school Nokia 3210? Just don’t go jumping off buildings to prove your indestructibility, no matter how tough the tequila says you are.


    Home-made Weeping Angel Costume

    Home-made Weeping Angel Costume

    A painted pair of cardboard wings on a long grey dress, a grey wig or hair colouring and some matching grey body paint for your arms and face, are all you need to transform yourself into a terrifying Weeping Angel from the rebooted Doctor Who series. Get some grey contact lenses to finish off the look and then practice standing very, very still. Then just wait for your friends to blink…


    Home-made Cat Post costume

    Home-made Cat Post costume

    Sometimes the best Halloween costumes aren’t scary at all, but just utterly bizarre. Here’s a man whose brain actually thought of going as a giant cat scratching post. It might seem a little out there at first, but it’s actually an incredibly practical costume, as he has his own little table to rest his drink on. Some cardboard and a bit of old carpet should do the trick.


    Home-made Obama poster costume

    Home-made Obama poster costume

    Creativity knows no bounds when it comes to Halloween costumes, just ask the guy on the left of the picture below. A cheap suit and tie with some awesome face paint has him blending in to the picture he’s attached to his back, portraying Barrack Obama’s HOPE poster from his presidential campaign. I stared at this for ages and could still barely believe it. He even looks like a 2D picture when he’s swigging on his beer.


    Alice In Wonderland Themed Halloween Party

    Monday, October 28th, 2013

    Ever wanted a party with a twist? Well take a look at our fantastic Alice in wonderland Disney theme idea! Decorate your venue like the popular and extravagant tea party just like the movie! Your bright and colorful party area will look absolutely gorgeous and will not have to cost you a fortune either!

    Take inspiration from celebrity event planner, Steven Duggan who created a Peter-Pan and Alice In Wonderland party for twins celebrating their first birthday back in July – and the event cost a massive £70,000!

    Show off your creative side and create cardboard mushroom cut outs and decorate a large table with stunning homemade cakes and even dress up as the characters too! Just because it’s Halloween, it doesn’t mean you have to host the usual gory and spooky themed party because other themes work brilliantly too!

    Mad Hatter Halloween Costume

    Mad Hatter Contact Lenses

    Mad Hatter Contact Lenses

    Lewis Carroll‘s fictional character, Mad Hatter is known for his ‘mad’ personality and in current films his personality is reflected in his choice of vibrant clothing.

    Grab everyone’s attention by dressing in a large top hat, bow tie, long jacket, orange wig and green colored contact lenses. We have a pair of light green Mad Hatter contact lenses which have a dark black outer edging which will sharpen your look and really make your eyes pop with color and attention-grabbing style.

    Our fantastic quality contact lens set which includes 1 year life span contacts, 1 contact lens case, a pair of lens tweezers, 60ml bottle of solution and full instructions. This incredible set will keep your fashion contact lenses clean and will allow you to use them at all year round.

    Cheshire Cat Halloween Costume

    Cheshire Cat Contact Lenses

    Cheshire Cat Contact Lenses

    Brighten up your look with these striking Cheshire Cat Contact Lenses. The vibrant blue color and black vertical pupil design will really make you stand out from the crowd.

    You’ll absolutely fall in love with these stunning 90 day life span lenses are available to purchase as a single lens or a pair, the choice is entirely yours.

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