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Contact Lenses: The Most Effective Fashion Accessory

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Colored contact lenses are the newest fashion accessory used by personalities, superstars and public celebs. Designers and photographers include them in their creative repertoire, to produce overall effects, be it to enhance a model’s appearance or capture a particular mood on someone’s face.

Anyone who is anyone uses them to promote their appearance as someone special. Some famous celebrities have been wearing them for so long, that we actually think that is their natural eye color. Others prefer to change, in order to co-ordinate a new look, or to shock or amaze in a music video or on television. Film makers have realized the potential, particularly in making their stars look exceptional, or even out of this world.

The most popular colors have been shades of blue such as Blue Glamour and green as in Glimmer green, and also grey, but there are numerous variations, including semitransparent or full on color to obscure the original Iris. These have been most effective in the passion for horror and particularly Zombie movies.

The impact of the Twilight series on young people has produced a sub culture in fashion accessories, which include not only colored contacts but face tinting and astonishing hairstyles. In this case colors such as complete opaque white, red, solid black lenses and even Gold are very popular.

Celebrity Choice

Fashion celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston, Lindsey Lohan and Kim Kardashian have been seen parading different eye tones. It is important for them to be continually in the news, and being photographed. This is a simple way to draw renewed attention to themselves. Even top sportsmen wear them.

One major NFL player actually wore red contact lenses in a game, to intimidate his opponent. The enormous eyes, produced by large oval lenses, create an oriental look, and have been used successfully by singers such as Lady Gaga. Paris Hilton is an advocate of blue lenses. And we all know about Orland Bloom in the Lord of the Rings.

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What Can Changing Your Eye Color Do For Your Personal Fashion?

Eye make up now incorporates a larger area of the upper and lower eye socket area. Complimentary coloring to emphasis the new lenses, is also stimulating new ways to produce stunning creative expressions. Changing your eye color, means that you can experiment with different supporting hues and tints.

It also means that you could introduce new shades into your wardrobe collection, or result in acquiring a different hairstyle or color. An altered appearance could inspire a new confidence and provoke action that could liven up your social life. If your new look excites you, it will brighten up your demeanor and incite a fresh and diverse approach.

Be up-to-date with the latest trend and join the growing number of people who have found a change of color lenses has invigorated their fashion sense. Contacts are perfectly safe if you follow the instructions carefully and make sure that they are kept clean, particularly if they are re-usable, take a look at the vast selection on this website.

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Take a Look at our Wide Range of Fashion Lenses

 

Keep Your Contacts Safe From Summer BBQ Smoke

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

One of the best things about the summer is that it’s BBQ season! There’s no finer food than grilled wings, ribs, burgers and sausages cooked on the BBQ right there in the backyard. Unless you’re a vegetarian, of course, in which case there’s probably a tin of lentils in the cupboard so go crazy. The problem with barbecues though is that the smoke can cause problems for us contact lens wearers. Smoke in the eyes can increase the chances of ulcers and infections like Dry Eye Syndrome, but it needn’t be a hassle if you follow a few simple guidelines.

BBQ Advice For Contact Lens Wearers

Make sure you go prepared by bringing plenty of re-wetting drops to hydrate your eyes and bring your contact lens storage case with plenty of cleaning solution. If you feel any irritation at all then remove them for a while and let your eyes relax without the lenses in for a while.

Of course, you can just not wear your contact lenses at all until the food is cooked and the barbecue has been extinguished. Bring your emergency specs with you to wear until the smoke has died down and then you can pop to the bathroom and put your contacts in for the BBQ after-party.

If the barbecue you’re attending is a much bigger affair, where the food will be continually being cooked over the course of several hours or even throughout the whole day, then you can simply find a nice spot as far away from the grill as possible. Check the wind direction before getting settled as you might get comfortable only to discover you have sat down directly in the path of where Mother Nature has decided to blow all the smoke.

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Advice for Contact Lens Wearing BBQ Hosts

The above measures are all well and good if you are but a guest at the barbecue, but what to do when you’re the host and are expected to do the cooking? You’ll need to be able to see what you’re doing so going near blind without your contacts in for a while isn’t an option. If you have spare spectacles then these are always an option. And even if you have abandoned your specs ages ago, you can still protect yourself from the BBQ smoke while wearing your lenses.

The best thing you can do is get hold of some plastic laboratory glasses which fit completely over and around your eyes and keep the smoke out. Alternatively, scuba diving or swimming goggles will do the same job. You can keep your contact lenses in without worrying about the strain of the smoke on your peepers while still managing to impress everyone with your superior chicken grilling abilities.

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Feel Gorgeous This Summer With Fashion Lenses

Methods of the Machiavellian Masterchefs

There is another method you can employ should you be the host of a BBQ. This one is especially useful for the lazier among us, and involves letting your guests do all the cooking for you. Every BBQ will feature at least a couple of guys who want to satisfy their inner caveman by setting fire to some sausages so go ahead and let them. You’ll know which ones they are as they’ll gather round the grill and watch your every move, offering a little bit of advice here and there and eyeing up the lighter fluid bottle with increasing excitement.

All it then takes is to quickly remember you left something indoors and ask one of them to watch the ribs for a second, hand them the BBQ prongs and disappear for a few minutes inside. On your return you will discover the grill has been well and truly taken over by several jostling macho guys who genuinely believe they have ascended to the great throne of manliness and have no idea you’ve just manipulated them into doing all the work for you. Remember to offer a quick ‘Are you alright with that, Hank?’ upon returning and before relaxing somewhere away from the billowing smoke. No man in his right mind is going to answer no to that question. Especially if his name is Hank.

Iconic eyes of Iconic Characters

Friday, May 16th, 2014

There have been plenty of iconic characters hitting our screens over the years from wise-cracking heroes to terrifying bad guys, and it’s usually these characters that make the best cos-plays for parties or conventions. A lot of them are surprisingly easy to replicate as well, especially with the addition of the right colored contact lenses. Here are three of my all time favorites with a few tips on how to acquire their look for a costume party.

King Joffrey

Joffrey Baratheon from Game of Thrones

Joffrey Baratheon from Game of Thrones

Jack Gleason’s performance as Joffrey Baratheon from Game of Thrones has been hailed as one of the greatest small screen villains of all time. The despicable boy king has managed to unite entire nations in hatred of him and his enfant terrible ways. It’s for this reason that Joffrey is one of the hottest looks to imitate for costume parties and fan conventions around the world, and it’s pretty easy to do. Acquire some regal looking clothes, preferably with some Lannister-gold trim, a straw-like blonde wig ideally twinned with a minimalist crown tilted ever so jauntily atop the head, and then the pièce de résistance: those cruel, piercing eyes which you can replicate with these electric blue contact lenses. Don’t forget to squeal I AM THE KING every few minutes, though do be prepared to get slapped a lot.

The Terminator

The Terminator fancy dress costume idea.

The Terminator fancy dress costume idea

If you want villains though, then one of the greatest of all time is the original Terminator. He might have become a big softy in the sequels, but Arnold’ Schwarzenegger’s portrayal of both the original unstoppable machine and the vulnerable good guy version of the first sequel have ensured the iconic status of the T-800. It’s an awesome costume to create as well. All you will need is a large green army jacket to be the original Terminator, or a black leather jacket to be the hasta-la-vista-baby version of Terminator 2 (arguably the more iconic version). Then get some theatrical make-up and design a wound surrounding one of your eyes, then fill in it with the metallic silver shine of the Terminator’s exo-skeleton exposed by the wound. Now just wear these Terminator contact lenses which feature one black lens and one red lens to represent the Terminator’s real eye beneath the fake skin. All you need then is somebody’s clothes, boots and a motorcycle. No problemo.

The Swan Queen

The Swan Queen fancy dress costume

The Swan Queen fancy dress costume

The most iconic eyes featured in films of the last few years are probably those belonging to Natalie Portman’s dark alter-ego in the psychological ballet thriller Black Swan. It’s another pretty easy look to mimic, assuming you don’t mind pulling on a tutu. Add some pale face paint and dark eye make-up in the shape of swan wings and then freak your friends out by wearing some colored contact lenses to finish off the look.

 

Colored Contact Lens Passport Warning

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Similar to dyeing your hair another color, wearing a pair of glasses or putting on a wig, colored contact lenses can make you look significantly different. If your natural eye color is brown and you wear a pair of bright blue contacts, your features, skin tone, hair color and whole appearance can look different. It stands to reason therefore that when having your passport photo taken you should avoid wearing colored contact lenses.

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Pack your colored contacts for holiday but don't wear them at the airport to prevent possible complications.

Pack your colored contacts for holiday but don’t wear them at the airport to prevent possible complications.

With strict guidelines and stringent checks in place, getting through passport control and traveling on planes can be time-consuming, stressful and a general headache. Having a proper passport that satisfies the standards required will ensure you are able to travel from country to country freely. If your passport photo does not adhere to the required standards, your passport paperwork is likely to be returned, delaying your travel plans.

Passport photos need to capture the true resemblance of an individual. Consequently wearing items or concealing parts of your face that hampers your true visual identity will result in your passport application being denied. With the phenomenal growth and popularity of colored contact lenses, which can dramatically change your look, the government had warned about wearing colored contacts while having your passport photograph taken.

Not just in the US

Don't risk the chance of being refused entry to other country.

Don’t risk the chance of being refused entry to other country.

It’s not only in the United States where the use of colored contacts are being warned against on passport photos. Last month, officials in Taiwan urged nationals not to wear colored or circle lenses while taking passport photos to avoid being denied entering other countries. Michael Yin, deputy head for Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Bureau of Consular Affairs, announced they had received reports of nationals of Taiwan being denied entrance into foreign countries because their passport photos were noticeably different from their actual appearance.

“Some custom officials in the United States and in the European Union have difficulties matching the photographs on R.O.C passports and the people holding them because the passport holders were wearing circle or colored contact lens when they took the photographs,” said Yin reported The China Post.

Whilst wearing these fashionable and decorative lenses does not violate official International Civil Aviation Organization regulations, Taiwanese officials are advising nationals to avoid doing so in order to prevent visa applications from being denied or access into foreign countries being forbidden. The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), which deals with the visa applications for nationals of Taiwan, recently posted advice on its official website that colored contacts are not acceptable as part of its photo specifications when applying for a US visa.

The bottom line is take your colored contacts on holiday with you by all means, but avoid wearing them when you have your passport photograph taken or when traveling.

What Every Contact Lens Sleeper Should Know

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Nearly every contact lens wearer has been guilty of it once or twice – accidentally falling asleep in their contact lenses in. While almost everyone does it at one point or another, the bottom line is you should endeavor to take your lenses out every night to avoid putting your optical health at risk.

The FDA has warned of the dangers of contact lens misuse, including failing to remove them at night. So what exactly are the risks associated with sleeping in contact lenses?

Corneal Neovascularization

Due to the various possible causes of corneal neovascularization, it is important to rule out conditions not related to contact lens wear before making a definitive diagnosis.

There are many causes of Corneal Neovascularization including extended wear of contact lenses. Find out more here!

When you sleep in contacts you run the risk of developing Corneal Neovascularization. This disease of the eyes occurs when not enough oxygen reaches the eyes. With a deprivation of oxygen, abnormal blood vessels grow in the usually clear and translucent cornea. Sufferers of the disease can develop mild to severe decrease of vision. While anyone can develop Corneal Neovascularization it is mainly associated with extended use of contact lenses.

Corneal Ulcers

People who wear contact lenses to bed are at an increased risk of corneal ulcers.

People who wear contact lenses to bed are at an increased risk of corneal ulcers. Find out more here!

A Corneal Ulcer is an open sore that is formed on the clear layer of the front of the eye known as the cornea. You may notice a number of symptoms before the ulcer is actually formed. Your eyes may become itchy, watery and a discharge may start leaking from them. Some sufferers also experience a burning or stinging infection in the eye. When the ulcer is formed it is typically accompanied by inflammation of the eye, blurred vision, swollen eyelids, sensitivity to light, excessive tearing, sore eyes, a white spot on the cornea and you may feel like you have something in your eye.

This infection can be caused by a number of factors, including wearing contact lenses for too long and sleeping in them. All corneal ulcers should be seen to immediately by a medic to prevent blindness.

CLARE Disease

There are many causes of CLARE Disease including Conjunctivitis. Find out more here.

There are many causes of CLARE Disease including Conjunctivitis. Find out more here!

If you sleep in your contact lenses you also put yourself at risk of contracting CLARE disease. CLARE stands for ‘Contact Lens Acute Red Eye’. The symptoms of this infection of the eye include redness, pain in the eye and sensitivity to light.

GPC

Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) is a type of allergic conjunctivitis caused by prolonged mechanical irritation. Find out more here!

GPC is a type of allergic conjunctivitis caused by prolonged mechanical irritation. Find out more here!

There is also a condition known as GPC which can be caused by a prolonged use of contacts and sleeping in them. GPC stands for ‘Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis’ and consists of small bumps occurring under the eyelids. Sufferers of GPC usually experience mucous discharge and severe itching, particularly when the lenses are removed.

Acanthamoeba Keratitis

Acanthamoeba eye infections in contact lens wearers are rare but serious. Find out more here!

Acanthamoeba eye infections in contact lens wearers are rare but serious. Find out more here!

Acanthamoeba Keratitis is a much rarer disease associated with sleeping in contact lenses. It is however one that all contact lens wearers should be aware of. With Acanthamoeba Keratitis amoebae invade the cornea, which causes redness, discomfort and, if left untreated, could even result in permanent impairment to sight.

With the necessary care and attention, including taking your contact lenses out before you go to sleep, the above diseases and conditions are all preventable. Youknowit.com recommend that lenses should never be worn for longer than eight hours at any one time or overnight. Lenses should be cared for and stored proper at room temperature to prevent the risk of diseases.

Match Your Eyes With Your Jewellery

Monday, March 24th, 2014

The world of fashion is all about blending the right colors to create a mesmerising look. Designers and fashionistas alike work hard putting the right colored clothes and accessories together to craft a stylish and compelling look. When it comes to combining colors there are some definite ‘no nos’. You wouldn’t wear a red handbag with a pink dress would you? This same meticulousness involving color should be applied when wearing colored contact lenses. If you want to make the most of your colored lenses so they magnetize and draw onlookers into your eyes with optimal effect, take a look at the following ways to match contacts with jewellery for maximum effect.

Framed With Hooped Earrings

Tara Banks sporting Green Contact Lenses

Tara Banks sporting Green Contact Lenses

When it comes to knowing how to turn heads, Tyra Banks is a global leader. The American model turned actress is now a businesswoman by day. Being the creator of the ‘Smize’ – smiling with your eyes – Ms Bank’s eyes have never failed to attract attention. This naturally dark eyed lady is known for altering her look from time to time by wearing colored contact lenses. For her powerful, businesswoman look the stunning celebrity wears a pair of green contacts accompanied with a pair of huge hoop earrings and a beautiful brown chiffon scarf. The accessories on the ears and around the neck really intensify the beauty of the eyes.

Sweep Your Hair Back With A Headband

What’s the point of having beautiful bright blue eyes if your hair obscures their view? Paris Hilton makes sure her stunning eyes are on maximum display. Paris Hilton is rarely seen out and about without her staple blue eyes. In fact we are so used to Miss Hilton’s blue eyes that most people don’t even know her eye colour is actually brown.

Paris Hilton's Stunning Big Blue Contacts

Paris Hilton’s Stunning Big Blue Contacts

The “it” girl and unrivalled fashionista exemplifies her gorgeous bright blue contact to the max by scraping her hair back with a thick black hair band. The band is further complemented with a pair of dangling black earrings. The black of the accessories blend beautifully with Paris Hilton’s baby blonde hair and of course her bright blue eyes – A truly angelic look.

Silver Earrings And Green Eyes Are A Girl’s Best Friend

Jennifer Aniston has mastered the coy yet beautiful girl next door look with phenomenal results. Jen’s long, tousling light brown locks go immaculately with the sea green lenses the actress is known for wearing. Jennifer Aniston heightens the sexy look with a pair of stunning silver earrings dangling playfully from each lobe.

Jennifer Aniston's Sea Green Contacts

Jennifer Aniston’s Sea Green Contacts

Brown Eyes And Pearls

Dark brown eyes can be ultra sexy, especially with baby blonde hair. The unusual combination of brown eyes and soft blonde locks crafts an alluring, ‘look again’ look, one that Ivanka Trump exploits to the max. The American former model, heiress and businesswoman intensifies her sultry-eyed look by complementing her brown lenses with a pair of ultra-dangly pearl earrings. The net result is simply divine.

Ivanka Trump Lovely Dark Eyes

Ivanka Trump Lovely Dark Eyes

Bead Wrap Bracelets

Bead wrap bracelets are another fashion jewellery accessory that enhance the color of your eyes. These stylish beads are made of semi-precious gemstones and come in a myriad of colors. The beads have a metallic or iridescent finish which catch the light as you move. Wearing a blue bead wrap bracelet with a pair of blue contact lenses or a green semi-precious bead bracelet with a pair of green lenses, will create a spellbinding look the celebrities are renowned for. If you really want to augment the beauty of your new colored eyes, wear a stunning bead wrap bracelet to match.

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Three Row Bead Wrap Bracelet- Bottle Green

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Two Row Bead Wrap Bracelet- Blue Lace

Get Larger, Brighter Eyes with Colored Contacts

Friday, March 7th, 2014

As their name suggests, colored contacts are primarily associated with changing the color of our eyes. By simply putting on a pair of fashion lenses, our eyes and appearance in general can be significantly altered. Colored contacts can also create a larger, brighter eye effect and as we all know, big eyes is one of the conventional staples of beauty.

Get the Zooey Deschanel look with Big Eyes Contact Lenses

Get the Zooey Deschanel look with Big Eyes Contact Lenses

We have to admit, this new breed of big eye contact lenses was essentially inspired by Lady Gaga in her “Bad Romance” video. When the singer premiered her video in 2009, instead of typically gazing at her barely-there outfits, all eyes were on Lady Gaga’s huge ‘Bambi-like’ eyes. In Lady Gaga’s case the wide-eyed look was created by a computer but it didn’t stop teenagers and young women around the globe copying the singer’s look with a pair of big eye contact lenses.

So in what ways do colored contacts give us larger, brighter eyes? Sometimes referred to as circle lenses, these colored contacts make the eyes appear bigger than normal because they not only cover up the iris, as ‘conventional’ lenses do, but they also cover part of the whites of the eyes. By covering up a section of the white in our eyes, big eye lenses give the impression of wider eyes.

Achieve the big eye look with Circle Lenses

Achieve the big eye look with Circle Lenses

Hypnotic Colors

These popular types of contacts are available in a multitude of shades, including funky colors, such as pink and violet. These enticing tones that cover up some of the white of the eye as well as the iris, lights up the whole of the eye area. These Big Eye Dolly Hazel Lenses, for example, make the eyes appear to be much bigger than normal and give you that cute doll-like look. The soft hazel color crafts a pretty, bright look, giving you a dramatic, wide-eyed look.

The ‘Doe-eyed’ Look

Large, ‘doe’ eyes have long been associated with beauty and attractiveness. The soft, deer-eyed look that Lady Gaga achieved impeccably in her video is a desirable trait for many women. From Katy Perry to Miranda Kerr, Winona Ryder to Mischa Barton, some of the world’s sexiest women don this desired ‘doe-eyed’ look. With big eye lenses you too can achieve larger, brighter eyes that will swoon and enchant those who look into your eyes.

Create Big Eye Anime Style Lenses

Create Big Eye Anime Style Lenses

How to Match Your Makeup with Your Colored Contact Lenses

Friday, November 1st, 2013

There are a lot of people who choose color contact lenses to change their appearance rather than using them for just costume parties. They are a great way to give you a quick and eye-catching new look without having to permanently change your appearance like hair dyes. This easy, no pain fashion accessory will completely transform your overall look.

Choosing the Perfect Colored Contact Lenses

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It all depends on what you prefer and your tonal highlights. We suggest that if you have dark eyes or tanned complexion, choose gorgeous purple, gold and grey colors. They will really make your eyes stand out and will give you a gorgeous glittering style which will draw lots of compliments from all your family and friends.

You’ll love our glamorous Purple Colored Contact Lenses which have a 90 day life span and 45% water content. The dreamy deep purple shade will make your eyes seem big and full of life. See our colored contacts for dark skin blog post for more information and top tips to enhance your look even more! You’ll love your new and exciting look.

For light eyes choose gorgeous blues and greens they will give you a stylish tonal change and will give you a natural sparkle which you would never be able to achieve without the help of colored lenses. Our shimmering Green 3 Tone Contact Lenses will definitely make everyone’s eyes go green with envy!

The natural green tones and defined outer ring will instantly light up your whole look and leave you feeling truly beautiful. With a life span of 90 days, you can be sure to get plenty of use out of these truly magnificent fashion contact lenses perfect for everyday wear and evening occasions.

Eyeshadow vs Fashion Contact Lenses

When it comes to dressing up for the evening, you’ll need to decide which color eye shadow to wear. If you’re going for brown, green or even grey lenses, gold and smokey brown eye makeup works a treat! The sparkling eye shadow will really enhance the new color of your eyes and will add a touch of party shimmer to your look.

Make sure you put your contact lenses in before you start working on your makeup though because you won’t want to get the dust in your eyes and on your fingertips before and make sure you stay clear of eyeliner inside the eye as this can transmit onto your lens.

Metallic colors work best for parties and silver and gold will match with absolutely any color you decide to choose. So if you’re undecided which lenses to purchase, choose either one of these metallic colors so there’s no need to panic as the all-important occasion arrives.

Blue Glamour Contact Lenses

Blue Glamour Contact Lenses

Passionate Purple Contact Lenses

Passionate Purple Contact Lenses

Green 3 Tone Contact Lenses

Green 3 Tone Contact Lenses

 

Amazing Android Contact Lenses

Friday, August 30th, 2013
Androids Inspire Android Lenses

Androids Inspire Android Lenses

Bring out the android in you with YouKnowIt’s incredible android contact lenses!

Most people reading this know all about robots; they have been the staple of science fiction since the 1950s, the concept of the ‘mechanical man’ fascinating scientists, cinemagoers, and the general populace for decades. But androids – human-like robots – have taken over as the artificial entity of choice, with films like the Terminator and Blade Runner achieving cult status and hugely popular Sci-Fi television series like Star Trek the Next Generation and Battlestar Galactica sailing high in the ratings largely due to their android main characters.

Our range of coloured contact lenses come in all manner of varieties, and that includes android and robot lenses with a high-tech look that give your eyes the appearance of laser-sighted computerized optical devices! With just a little application of silvery make-up, you can stride into the costume party looking like something out of AI:Artificial Intelligence! Imagine how everyone’s heads will turn!

Android Color Contact Lenses

Zoom in on world with Android Contact Lenses! These clever contacts give the impression of artificial implants with the ability to see through walls or read a newspaper from a mile away. Of course, they can’t do that, but your friends will think that you can!

For an even more futuristic look, the Terminator Bionic Eye Contact Lenses give you the look of the advance android from the future! The intricate circuit board design really makes your eyes look as though they have been upgraded with cutting edge technology! Great for android outfits or just to wear on their own as a way of attracting attention.

Get Arnie’s red-eyed robot stare with the Terminator Android Contact Lenses! These terrific lenses feature a red mesh surrounded by metallic silver, just like the endoskeleton in Terminator.  If you love all things Terminator then browse our extensive selection of Terminator contact lenses. We’re sure after purchasing on pair, you’ll be back!

Android Contact Lenses

Android Contact Lenses

Terminator Bionic Eye Lenses

Terminator Bionic Eye Lenses

Terminator Android Contact Lenses

Terminator Android Contact Lenses


Colored Contacts for James Bond Fans

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

Casino Royale

Colored contact lenses are a great way of giving the world an insight into the things you love, and if casino games or James Bond films are a big part of your world, then YouKnowIt has the lenses for you!

We’ve all seen them – smartly dressed, steely-eyed gamblers who haunt the big casinos, playing for high stakes and throwing money around like confetti. Cards are cut, and dice are rolled playing games of chance. This is the high-anxiety world of poker players and card sharks. Whether it’s the tables of the Las Vegas strip or the online games played on your cellphone

Casino Royale is Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel where 007 travels to the Royale-les-Eaux casino to bankrupt a fifth-columnist, Le Chiffre – a member of the Russian secret service.

If you’re a Bond fan or even a fan of Marvel’s Gambit superhero, you can get into character with the help of YouKnowIt’s playing card themed lenses! Your deal!

Playing Cards Colored Contacts

The danger and thrill of Bond movies is reflected in the UL13 Club Contact Lenses! A black club sits boldly against a blood-spattered white background.  Dramatic and arresting, you’re sure to make an impact at any cosplay get-together, whether you wear one of these great contacts or two.

Aces-high! If you have the nickname ‘Ace’ or are simply known for winning at cards with a run of aces, then the UL13 Spade Contact Lenses are the winning hand! The stark spade symbol really stands out against the blood-splatter background, and is perfect for Halloween costumes!

If you love your card playing, then the Funky Eyes Heart Contact Lenses are for you! The rich red heart against the white background really pops and looks great worn as a single lens or as a pair. Combine a heart lens with a club lens or a spade lens for a truly dramatic look.

The fun doesn’t stop there! We also have an excellent choice of scary contact lensesbig eye contact lenses and Halloween contact lenses that will bring out the hidden persona in you!

Club Contact Lenses

Club Contact Lenses

Ace Contact Lenses

Ace Contact Lenses

Heart Contact Lenses

Heart Contact Lenses



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