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How much do blue contacts cost?

How much do blue contacts cost?

Typical costs: Colored contact lenses vary tremendously in cost, depending upon the style and type of lens. Daily disposable color contact lenses cost between $45 and about $90 per month. Extended wear lenses, which can be worn from one week to three months, cost between $12 and $90 for a monthly supply.

How much does a pair of eye contacts cost?

The cost of contact lenses can vary, but the average cost for an annual supply of contacts, if you’re nearsighted, should be between around $200 and $300. If you need to replace your contacts throughout the year, plan to purchase around sic to 10 boxes total, with a cost of around $20 to $30 for each box.

How much is an eye exam for contacts at Walmart?

A comprehensive eye health and vision exam is $79. A basic contact lens exam is $129. If you have astigmatism or need bifocal correction and want to wear contact lenses, there is a modest additional cost. Q.

How to choose blue contacts and blue contact lenses?

For dark colored irises, opaque blue lenses will do the job. For light irises, a cool pair of enhancement blue contacts will add the depth and definition you want to boost your eye look. EyeCandys Pink Label Dewy Aqua Color Contact Lens You will love these new Pink Label beauties from EyeCandys!

How many dybst blue eye contacts are there?

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Can you buy colored contacts with a prescription?

Our colored contacts with prescription are sold in pairs of the same corrective strength. So, if your eyes require different prescriptions, you’ll want to order two boxes. The bonus there is you have your backup pair ready to go!

What kind of contact lenses are best for aqua eyes?

If you want a switch to light aqua eyes while maintaining a natural look, you can go for realistic-looking blue lenses. If you want deep blue ocean eyes, or a bright beaming blue pair of contacts, opaque or bright blue contact lenses will suit you. For dark colored irises, opaque blue lenses will do the job.