Sclera Contact Lenses

Wide selection of full eye contacts which provide truly shocking effects

Image by merrysynth wearing Sabretooth

The most shocking full eye contacts in the UK

Kettuprinssi wearing Apocalypse sclera contact lensesIf your costume requires an extreme look or you want to make a particularly creepy impression on others, sclera contact lenses (also known as full eye contacts or 22 mm contact lenses) simply have no competition. Their extra-large diameter (22 mm) allows them to cover your entire eyes, making you appear completely inhuman. Initially used exclusively by professional make-up artists in the film industry and during photo sessions, full eye contacts are now available to anyone who is able to wear regular contacts and willing to undergo a radical transformation, at least for a few moments of fun.

Their large size and horrifying design allow you to dramatically alter your appearance regardless of the rest of your costume. With such an extreme accessory, the rest of your makeup is not as important - your enormous contacts will do the job. However, if you are a skilled makeup artist and want to complete your creations with the proverbial cherry on top, this is exactly what you need.

22 mm diameter contacts are particularly popular around the Halloween season as they can seriously uplift any costume. You can be sure that the impression you make on others during an event will be filled with shock and amazement. But Halloween isn’t the only occasion that they are suitable for. Cosplayers and professional makeup artists also make good use of this category of products on a regular basis. It’s hard to imagine any Kaneki Ken cosplay without a pair of Tokyo Ghoul contact lenses (meaning black and red full eye contacts). People keen on alternative fashion or goth subculture might also view them as an attractive addition to their daily outfits. They might not wear them every day, but find them quite useful when attending an event or shooting a spooky photo session.

Are sclera lenses comfortable and safe?

Obviously, such large contact lenses may seem difficult to put on at first, but a little practice and some help from YouTube should solve the issue. They are slightly more rigid than regular contacts, so it’s easier to slide them underneath your eyelids without them folding or rolling. When fitted properly, 22mm contact lenses are perfectly safe and comfortable. They are made using the same materials as regular corrective lenses and their curvature is also the same as of any other contacts. You are only going to need a couple of minutes to adjust to the way they feel on the eye, which might feel a bit odd at first. Contact lens friendly eye drops may be of help if you have trouble inserting them, but once sclera lenses are in, you’ll realize that the effect they provide is definitely worth the little extra time and effort. Wear them for a few hours during your night out and you can be certain that you’ll make an unforgettable impression.

Make sure to keep your XXL contact lenses in our special XXL lens case filled with contact lens solution when you’re not using them so that they stay fresh and clean for as long as possible. Hygiene and proper maintenance of these super large contacts are very important, perhaps even more important than with regular size lenses as scleras cover such a large area of your eyes. Therefore always remember to regularly replace the solution in the case and to thoroughly clean them after each use.

How long can you wear sclera contacts?

Due to the large size of the material covering your eye we recommend that you limit your use of full sclera contact lenses to no more than about 14 hours at a time. We also recommend having lens friendly eye drops on hand and using them while wearing your contacts to preserve that fresh, moist feeling and help reduce irritation. If your eyes feel particularly dry, removing the lens and adding some of your drops before reinserting them can help a great deal especially if you have a long night ahead of you.

We also recommend keeping your lens case and a small bottle of solution with you on a big night out, especially if you are a new user. This is so that you can remove and store your lenses if they cause too much irritation which can happen in particularly smokey or dusty environments. Nothing more annoying than wanting to remove your lenses and having nowhere to put them.

Which design to choose?

Among our extra-large eye lenses you will find numerous designs and colours, each of which suits a different costume and occasion. Check out the simplified list of available designs below:

  • Plain colour 22 mm lenses - this group includes models such as Sabretooth (black), Athena Blue (blue) Cyclop (red) and Cynosure (green). Their simple and bright design means that they are quite versatile and can be successfully used with multiple costumes and makeups.
  • Two-coloured lenses - usually combining a coloured iris with a black surrounding area. The most popular model of this type of scleras is called Gremlin and you might want to try it if you are a Tokyo Ghoul fan or you’re into the Saw franchise. Other models with similar patterns are Medusa (black and white) and Angel Dust (black and yellow).
  • Animal-themed full eye contacts - inspired by the eyes of various animals these contact lenses are perfect in turning people into lizards, dragons or even insects. The best selling models in this category are Shadowcat, Reptilla and Dragonfly.
  • Scleras meant for creating a diseased look - ideal for making the impression of extreme tiredness, an eye injury or a horrible disease. These lenses are great for all sorts of SFX (special effects) makeup, zombie costumes and other terrifying makeovers. Examples include Quasar, Contagion, Kurse and a few more.
  • Lenses that create an out of this world impression - various models of large diameter contacts featuring a mix of bright colours and creating an amazing, out of this world effect on the eyes. They can be used for turning into an alien, a demon and many other creatures. Models from this lot include for instance Sunpyre, Thanos or Colossus contact lenses.

No matter which one of them you choose, 22mm contact lenses available at Optyk Rozmus will take your whole costume to the next level.

Kettuprinssi wearing 22 mm Apocalypse scleras

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