Dream Eyes Contact Lenses


What’s up guys?! Alright, as you can tell from the title, this post is going to be about cosmetic lenses. I got these samples from *Dream Eyes by SpookyEyes – an online contact lenses store who claims to be FDA approved and provides comfortable cosmetic lenses that are perfect for transforming your look. The particular pair that I’m wearing is called Violet Sparkle which you can get here.

Before we go on…

Disclaimer: Please consult an ophthalmologist before purchasing or trying on any type of contact lenses! Site disclaimer here. 🙂

Okay, let’s continue. I have been to an ophthalmologist before to get some colored contacts (they were grey and they were beautiful) when it became a thing at my workplace. A few girls were sporting them and they just looked really cool (specially the one wearing purple contacts). Long story short, I was curious to see what I would look like with them on. That was a few years back and I had forgotten how much I enjoyed wearing them.

The ones that I got from the clinic were definitely different than these Dream Eyes sample that I’m wearing right now. Makes sense seeing as Dream Eyes contact lenses are more appropriate for costume or editorial looks.

Upon receiving the lenses, I went to the store to get some items to properly store my new lenses. I got a simple case and a multipurpose solution at Walmart – both extremely cheap.




Ease: I had some experience with contacts in the past, so I didn’t think these were going to be a problem.  Of course, as it was been a while, I did have a little trouble getting them in at first, but once I got the hang of it, everything was good. Taking them off was not a problem at all.

Comfort: These larger than usual lenses will definitely need some time getting used to. I wore them for a day and I wouldn’t say that they were as comfortable as regular contact lenses. After being so conscious of having something in my eyes for awhile, I started to forget they were there once the feeling got familiar.



Contacts: Violet Sparkle Headpiece: (similar) Gold Head Chain Eyeshadow: Naked 1  Falsies: Forever 21 set

Glitter Shadow: City Color in White Gold Lipstick: Kate by Rimmel in 103

            Final thoughts:  I would wear them when shooting an editorial or dramatic look to add more effect on a makeup that I’m wearing. Perhaps come Halloween, and it’s appropriate for a costume that I went with for the day. I know cosmetic lenses are pretty popular but I do not recommend them for everyday use without proper consultation with an eye doctor.  Just always remember to use them with caution and always carefully read the manufacturer’s instructions on handling them.

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Let me know what your thoughts are on these SpookyEyes cosmetic lenses! Have a great weekend! 🙂


Day dreamer. Lover of all things cute and pretty. I also have a thing with planners/organizers.

  1. I’ve been planning on doing a post just like this one!! I love circle lenses. I get mine from Pinky Paradise. I don’t think they’re FDA approved, but I take really good care to clean them before putting them anywhere near my eye. I’ve been trying to pick out which ones I wanted to get to review. I think I’m going to go w/ a gray and then a bright color, like sky or teal blue 🙂

  2. Jules…only u can carry such lenses….amazing it looks on you…btw, ur close up pics r soooooo beautiful…m intrigued to know which camera ur using sweety…also, can u give ur breakdown of makeup….loved it completely…

  3. For some reason, this particular color always looks fake to me. I think it’s because I know what real violet eyes look like. However, these look SO pretty on you. I am a big fan of colored contacts. There’s a company in Italy that makes gorgeous shades.

  4. Hiiii!
    I nominated you for an award (not just for the nominating but because I do see you as inspiring :P). Go check it out and do it too if you want! 😀


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