1. How do I choose colored contacts?
Please choose according to your situation:
a. Skin tone
①Low skin saturation - choose blue, cyan, or green, more suitable for light, hazy contacts.
②High skin saturation - choose brown, yellow, or warm pink, better suited to darker, more fancy contacts.
b. Hair color
Dark hair colors are suitable for lighter contacts, and lighter hair colors will be more harmonious when wearing lighter contacts.
①Black hair - brown is preferred.
②Brown hair - with brown, chocolate, and purple contacts all have a sense of sophistication.
③Yellow-haired people - with light brown, grey, and blue contacts.
c. Pupil color
①If you have light pupils, lighter contacts are more suitable.
②If you have dark pupils, you are better suited to wearing darker contacts, like brown.
d. Personal style
2. What is the main material of these contacts? Is it safe?
Different contacts are made of different materials, please attach the item link or contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our products have been approved by international certificate including CE, FDA, KFDA - Korea Food & Drug Adminstration and ISO 13485. All of the contact lenses are manufactured by reputable contact lens manufacturers and tested by our product development team.
3. Do your lenses come with prescription?
Please consult your eye doctor to confirm the diopter counts before ordering. Some are available with prescription, please check here: Prescription Colored Contacts [Yearly] - Unibling.
If you have normal eyesight or you simply need a decoration, please choose 0.00/Plano on both of your prescriptions.
4. Do you offer contacts for hyperopia?
No, we do not have farsighted/Plus power contact lenses right now. Our R&D department is working on the study of hyperopia contacts.
5. How to place an order if the left eye and the righteye have different diopters？
We offer separate prescriptions for each eye in one pair of lenses. Please select the diopter of your left and right eye on the page according to your prescription.
6. Can I wear it while sleeping?
Please remove them before sleeping. When we are sleeping, our contact keeps our eye from getting the oxygen and hydration it needs to fight a bacterial or microbial invasion.
7. Will it come with an applicator?
We will attach a contact lens applicator for all orders with more than 1 pair of contact lenses.
8. What is the base curve and diameter of your contacts?
The BC commonly stands for Base Curve, which relates to the curvature of the contact lens. More curved contact lenses have smaller base curves. The majority of persons have an ocular base curve between 8.4 and 8.6, while the remainder fall between 8.2 and 8.9. If the base curve of a contact lens is too big, the lens will easily fall off the eye. If it is too narrow, the eyeballs will feel suffocated, so when purchasing colored contacts, you should choose for those with a base curve that matches yours for best comfort.
The diameter printed on product packaging is the diameter (abbreviated as DIA) of the contact lenses. When selecting the proper graphic diameter, the golden ratio can be used as a guide. Sclera: Eyes: Sclera = 1:2:1, at this proportion, your eyes are enlarged naturally. We offer contacts with a