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affordable eye care options for families

How many people in your household wear glasses or contact lenses? When there are multiple people in one household that wear corrective lenses, it can be hard to keep up with the expense of having regular exams and updated prescriptions filled. What can you do to stay on top of the important exams without breaking the bank? This blog is all about affordable eye care options. You will learn tips that can help to ensure that everyone in your home can see clearly and maintains their healthy eyes. Hopefully, the things that I have tried with my family will help you with yours.

Jeepers, Creepers! Creepy Contact Lenses And Eyeglass Frames Combos That Complement Each Other

You have probably seen many of the creepy contact lenses you can now purchase and wear, both for fun and for corrective vision purposes. Yet, you probably did not know that certain eyeglass frames highlight and complement these creepy lenses for a magnified effect. The following combinations of creepy contact lenses and eyeglass frames will produce a very dramatic effect--just what you need in time for a costume party, Halloween, or everyday Goth wear.

Cat's Eye Lenses and Cat's Eye Frames

If you wear a pair of cat's eye contacts and add a pair of dark-rimmed cat's eye eyeglass frames, the effect is pretty intense. The lenses create the perfect cat's eye slits in a multi-hued lens, while the frames frame your eyes in the shape of, well, cats' eyes. The effect will even make you do a double-take in the mirror as your brain attempts to sort out the confusion it sees between the human face and the very cat-like cat's eyes.

White Zombie Lenses and Wireless Round Frames

Want the bloodless, soul-less eyes of Dracula himself? Try pairing the white zombie lenses with wireless round frames. Better yet, use wireless, round frame sunglasses. The white zombie contacts eerily peer through the dark lenses of the round sunglasses, spooking even the most dedicated Goth kid. If your optometrist sells them, you might even want to try pince nez, or "pinched nose" glasses. These typically round glasses do not have temple or ear pieces, and rest instead on the bridge of your nose, gripping it with a pinching mechanism (hence the name). They add a very vintage appearance to your face while also drawing attention to the terrifying, bloodless eyes above them!

Blackout Lenses and Square Horn-Rimmed Glasses

Nothing says creepy, maniacal, mad scientist quite like the combination of blackout contact lenses and square, horn-rimmed glasses. The lenses make your eyes appear as though you have been up all night in your lab, dropping belladonna into your eyes to stay awake. The horn-rimmed square glasses perfectly frame the fact that you have not slept in days, nights and/or possibly weeks. This combo also has the combined effect of making you look like a demon-possessed "meat sack" who is about to go on a killing rampage. If you want doubly terrifying and you want it in your choice of contact lenses and eyeglasses, this is definitely one combination that will have that impact. Contact a business, such as Vision Eyeland Super Optical LLC, for more information.