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Colored Contact Lens

Be bold and experiment with different colors in your life.

No One Can Say No To Blue

Blue is considered one of the most beautiful eye colors in the world and at the same time blue is a great color choice for switching dark brown eyes.


Our blue range can turn your eyes a dreamy blue. If you're looking for  blue eyes, MYEYEBB Blue Contact Lenses are perfect.

Best Brown Colored Contact Lenses

Our natural brown contact lenses are some of our best sellers 🔥
Although brown eyes are one of the most common eye colors in the world, there are still tons of shades and color options you can try to ensure your eyes sparkle

Best Green Colored Contact Lenses

Do you know that Green eyes are the rarest eye color in the world? Only 2% of people have green eyes. Make everyone green with envy when you step out in a pair of refreshing, sexy green colored circle lenses. 

Best Grey Colored Contact Lenses

Our best gray contact lenses have a unique yet very realistic finish.


From subtle gray shades that blend to blue or hazel, to bright gray lenses that make your eyes sparkle, there's a natural colored contact lens that's right for you!

Myeyebb Colored Contacts

Why Try Colored Contacts?👀

There are plenty of reasons to check out colorful lenses:
Change up your look
A pair of cheap colored contacts can provide a lot of bang for your buck when it comes to changing your everyday look. With comfortable prescription lenses in a range of colors that work for both light and dark irises, you can change up your eye color as often as you'd like.
Give your cosplay a finishing touch
When it comes to cosplay, it's the details that really put it over the top, and after you've spent so much time on your outfit and props, why not go the extra mile with colored contacts? A pair of colored lenses can help tie the whole thing together, whether it's as simple as adjusting your own eye color to better match the character's, or creating a completely inhuman look.
Create special effects
If you work in film, theatre, or just have a special occasion planned, there's nothing like a pair of colored lenses to bring your monsters, ghosts, and zombies to life. Well, metaphorically speaking, at least! With a huge range of colorful and striking lenses, including full scleral options that cover the entire surface of the eye, you'll find just the lenses required to create stunning practical effects.
Types of Colored Lenses
Did you know that Myeyebb offers more than three hundred different lens styles? We're your one-stop-shop for colored lenses, no matter what shade you might be hoping to find! Even better, we also offer a full range of colored prescription lenses, so even if your vision isn't perfect, your style can be.
Prescription Lenses
With most styles available in strengths ranging from 0.00 all the way to 8.00, our prescription lenses are the perfect way to get the look you want without having to compromise how well you see! Prescription lenses are not opaque, so they're not available in quite as many styles as plano lenses, but you might be surprised how many different options there are!
These styles cover only the iris of your eye using vibrantly printed patterns for a naturalistic look, but you don't need to stick with subtle if you need prescription lenses! You'll find plenty of exciting styles, like metallics and multi-color options, all available in your prescription.
Plano Lenses (as known as non-prescription contacts)
If you've already got 20/20 vision but want to change your eye color, plano lenses are the way to go! These lenses don't provide any alteration to your vision, but they can definitely change your look. Plano lenses come in a huge variety of colors, as well as specialty patterns and styles.
Since many varieties are opaque, this opens up options even more than for prescription lenses, including styles that appear to change the shape of your pupil. There are even scleral lenses that can change the color of both the white and the iris of your eyes for a very dramatic look.
Whether you require prescription lenses or stick with a plano lens, you'll get high-quality lenses that are comfortable to wear and beautiful to look at. Even better, they're designed to avoid interfering with your vision. The colored elements of the contact are placed to leave the center, over your pupil, crystal clear—unless you choose from our selection of scleral or special effects lenses, which can provide full-color coverage across the entire surface of the eye.

Can Everyone Wear Colored Eye Contacts?

Yes! Our contacts are high quality and can be comfortably worn even by people with dry eyes. Unless your optometrist specifically recommends you avoid contacts altogether, you should find our colored lenses comfortable, true to prescription (if a prescription is required), and the perfect finishing touch to your look.

Why Buy with Myeyebb?

When it comes to colored contacts, there's no point in risking lasting damage to your eyes when you can get high-quality, inexpensive lenses right at Myeyebb.
High Quality
Wondering where to buy colored contacts that are safe, long-lasting, comfortable, affordable, and, of course, colorful? At Myeyebb, every single contact style is made from the highest quality materials and carefully packaged for maximum shelf life. They also comply with all appropriate regulations and pass rigorous safety testing. When you place your order, you can be confident that you're about to receive some of the best colored contacts available.
Thin and breathable, you might even forget you're wearing lenses. Our contacts are as thin as 0.08 millimeters, which is about the same as a sheet of paper! Exceptional breathability makes sure your eyes stay oxygenated and comfortable even during extended wear, while the lenses' carefully calibrated shape makes them easy to place and remove without fuss.
At Myeyebb, you'll find nothing but the highest quality lenses at a price you can afford. No matter where you are, you can order cheap colored contacts and get free shipping—worldwide! Want to try more than one color or style? Now's your chance. With our latest discounts, the more you buy, the more you can try for free.
You won't find this range of contacts anywhere else. We offer hundreds of gorgeous styles, from subtle, color-enhancing prescription lenses to vibrant and dramatic special effects lenses that are camera-ready. Shop by color, browse for prescription lenses or check out our wildest lenses of the year.
Shop Different Colored Contacts Styles
Ready to start your search for the perfect lenses? Check out our incredible range of styles!
Natural Colored Contacts
Augment the existing beauty of your eyes, or give yourself a completely new look with naturalistic shades. From emerald green colored contacts to lenses in rich, warm brown, you'll find just about every imaginable hue.
Keep in mind that while opaque lenses can completely transform your eye color, most prescription lenses aren't fully opaque, so the effect you achieve might look different depending on your natural color. For example, if you are looking to make dark irises lighter (such as blue colored contacts over brown eyes), the final shade might be a bit darker than for someone with paler eyes.
Specialty Contacts
While natural shades are fun for everyday wear, these vibrant lenses are the real showstoppers! For Halloween colored contacts can take your costume from merely creepy to absolutely terrifying. Make your imps and devils extra demonic with red colored contacts or black scleral lenses, or use filmy white-out contacts to make your undead zombies that much more unsettling. You can even mix-and-match by buying multiple pairs in different styles
Of course, not all our specialty lenses are frightening! Get a literal starry-eyed look, take your feline eye makeup to the next level with a cat-eye lens, or channel your favorite animated characters with comic-style lenses. No matter what look you're hoping to achieve, the perfect pair of lenses can get you there!

How to Care for Your Colored Contacts

While the lifespan of all contact lenses is limited, you can make sure that yours stay in tip-top shape with proper care.
Choosing the Right Prescription Lenses
In order to purchase prescription lenses, you will need a prescription from an optometrist. You'd better verify your prescription before we can fulfill your order. Make sure that you use a prescription for contact lenses rather than eyeglasses— since eyeglasses must account for the distance from your eye, they have a different prescription than contact lenses.

Tips for Wearing Colored Eye Contacts

If you wear contact lenses on a regular basis, switching to colored lenses shouldn't be much of a change for you. Even though our lenses are brightly colored, most designs won't affect your vision. Make sure to remove your contacts before you sleep, if you plan to go swimming, or if you experience any irritation.
Some full-coverage lenses may impact your vision, so do not wear them in situations where unimpeded vision is crucial, such as while driving or operating machinery. Always try your lenses on in advance to make sure you know how they will affect your vision.

How to Clean Your Contact Lenses

Colored lenses are not significantly different from regular lenses when it comes to caring for and maintaining them. The only difference is that a no-rub solution is recommended to prevent possible damage to the colored surfaces of your lenses. For general maintenance, the following regimen is recommended:
Always wash your hands with soap and water before handling your contacts
Remove your lenses at the end of each day, or when they're no longer required.
If your contacts are designed for daily wear, simply dispose of them.
If your contacts are reusable, store them only in a designated case using an all-purpose, no-rub solution. If you prefer, a solution designed for sensitive eyes can be used.
If you're away from home, keep a spare case filled with solution on hand in case you need to remove your lenses.
Avoid using tools like tweezers to handle your lenses, as these can cause tears and damage, not only to your contacts but also to your eyes!