Throughout the past couple of decades in movie history, there have been countless of special effects scenes created to make for a better experience for the viewer.
FX contact lenses, also known as special effects contacts is a fairly
contemporary novelty that has grown to be more popular & commercial
within the past few years. Special effects contacts are worn within
countless art genres, from Halloween costumes to dramatic stage acting,
movie stars and much more.
Think of the most memorable scene in any scary film? I bet you'd agree its the scene when the individual transforms into some form of monster or vampire, werewolf or zombie -- reality is, we like scary situations, and we like the extreme and exaggerated moments when eyes drastically alter form.
They are also known to be worn for fun. They're known to be worn for sexual & role-playing acts with your partner, dressing in animal eyes can operate as a stimulant & booster to your sexual motivation, female or male.
There are 4 choices of special effects contacts that conforms to any scene, look or life-style. Zombie, werewolf, vampire & cat costume contact lenses are the four fashions most worn during Halloween. The standard choice are Vampire contact lenses, due to the growing Gothic scene.
Motion pictures, theatre, goth freaks & the metal/rock/punk music scene have contributed theatrical FX contact lenses to the forefront, and I will also give an overview of each one, and the sorts of costumes and scenes they largely conform to.
Evil Red Vampire Contact Lenses
Considered the most dominant & extreme color of all the FX Contact lenses. Comes in the color of blood red. In mythology, red recognized as the color of the devil, and these scary contacts resemble pure evil.
Goes well with any variety of horror costumes or dark Gothic outfits -- Most prevalent Halloween costumes include dragon, dinosaur, vampire, demon, devil and Greek mythological creature type costumes, which are the best fit for these lenses.
Also goes well with comic or cartoon character outfits like Mr. Sinister & Gambit from X-Men, or Fantastic Four - (Adam Warlock).
Were Wolf Contact Lenses
Feature black limbal rings and golden inner rings, black wolf contact
lenses give off a sharp & piercing loook that will cut through any
Mostly worn with any werewolf costumes, black goth gear, or for any charming wolves.
Cat Eye Contact Lenses
If you want to look sexy, cat eye contact lenses are the prime choice.
Cat eye lenses feature the classic vertical pupil, guaranteed to turn heads.
Generally works with all cat-like costumes, and many other animal ensembles.
Some of the most in style cat contacts worn by people are yellow iris
and black pupil, which both colors together personifies strength &
White Killer Zombie Contacts
Zombie lenses are the real deal! Featuring a white patternless iris,
these spine-chilling eyes make a suitable match for any ghost, zombie or
killer attire. Are also worn by any gothic freaks that have finally
gone over the edge.
Lestat Vampire Blue Contact Lenses
Theatrical contact lenses from 'Interview with a Vampire' - Lestat(Tom Cruise) & Underworld characters.
These cool blue, but chilling vampire eyes can send shivers down the spine of any living being.
If you’ve seen Interview With the Vampire or underworld, you know how one cold hard stare can leave you hypnotized & subdued.
These can be worn with any kind of costume that elicits charm, or demands admiration -- A handful of worthy ideas could be the following...
- Ancient Greek God, Ruler or Goddess
- Beautiful Angel or Princess
- Thug Gangster or Mobster
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