Sharingan Contact Lenses

by Jennifer on April 10, 2011

Colored contact lenses are really wonderful in enhancing your looks and appearance in any occasions. The most popular colored contact lenses among youngsters all over the world are the Sharingan contact Lenses. These are special effect contacts that reproduce the look of the Sharingan eyes. These lenses are the latest fashion hit among the various contact lens collections. Sharingan contacts are especially designed for entertainment and fun.

These contact lenses were created based on Naruto anime series. The ninjas, called the Uchiha clan, have a strange eye condition which is known Sharingan. The Sharigan literally stands for “copy eye wheel” or sometimes “mirror eye wheel”. To make it simple, the ninjas have the power known as jutsu and several pupils witch are called Sharingan. The different Sharingan contacts design are based on characters from this anime series.

These contacts come in two styles, regular and sclera. The regular Sharingan lenses fits on your eyes like the normal lenses and there is a hole in the middle of the lens for your pupil. The other type gives you a more dramatic look. This type covers the entire eye area, the white part too, and probably this is the reason why these types are not too comfortable for wearing but good for partying.

The basic Sharingan look is red with thin, black outline around the circle and a few black dots in the shape of a crescent. The number of dots and other variations may be present depending on which character you want to imitate. The Sasuke Uchiha look is known for two fake pupils that are moving around your real pupil. Itachi Uchiha have three fake pupils that are moving around the pupil with small, black lines. The Kakashi Hatake also has red iris and three fake pupils moving around your real one and lines in black and white colors.

Sharingan contacts can be very useful and fun costume accessory especially for Halloween parties, but for fantasy parties and theme partis also. These contact lenses are perfectly safe to wear, but you have to follow the instructions and handle them with care like all the other colored contact lenses.

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