How To Wear Cosplay Contacts/Sclera Contacts

Cosplay Lenses

Step 1: Good Hygiene

When you first unbox the lenses, make sure you wash off the liquid attached to the lenses with lens solution(see the instructions on your lens solution). Don’t forget to wash your hands and always keep your hands clean.

Step 2: Secure The Contact

Place the clean lens on your figure. Dip some contacts eyedrops into the cup size of the lens for better moisturizing your eyes.

Step 3: Put on the Colored Lenses

Open your eye-lid with your free hand and fingers, and place the lens on your exposed eyeball.

Removing:

If you have difficulties when it comes to removing, use some eye drops before removing the lenses. A tip for removing the lens is to keep your hands dry after you wash your hands so the lenses are not easy to slide around. Use your fingers to keep your eye wide open, pinch the lens, and pull it out.

 

 

 

Sclera Lenses

Step 1: Good Hygiene

When you first unbox the lenses, make sure you wash off the liquid attached to the lenses with lens solution(see the instructions on your lens solution). Don’t forget to wash your hands and always keep your hands clean.

Step 2: Secure The Contact

Because a sclera lens is bigger than the normal lens, place the sclera lens on two figures for better stability. Dip some contacts eyedrops into the cup size of the sclera lens for better moisturizing your eyes after the sclera is on.

Step 3: Put on the Sclera Lenses

Open your eye-lid with your free hand and place the sclera lens on your exposed eyeball. When the Sclera is too big to put in, slide an edge of the sclera up above your iris, adjust the sclera with your finger, and blink to make it in place.

Removing:

If you have difficulties when it comes to removing, use some eye drops before removing the lenses. A tip for removing the lens is to keep your hands dry after you wash your hands so the lenses are not easy to slide around. Use your fingers to keep your eye wide open, pinch the lens, and pull it out.

 

For more specific instructions, check out this video below by Dr. Allen (YouTube Channel: Doctor Eye Health), wearing PsEYEche lenses.