To make getting your Halloween lenses super easy, make sure you have a doctor’s prescription. You need one even for costume or cosmetic lenses. Hey, in the U.S. it’s the law! Never share Halloween lenses with your friends. Store them properly in clean contact lens cases and solution.
Also known as Banshee. A red and yellow cat eye lens that is very popular and versatile.
Cat Eye White
Our pick for a zombie lens. We like the blood shot effect of the red rim.
Looks sexy in the picture right? This Halloween lens is also creepy because it’s so pale. The pink bits can look bloodshot.
This is a subtle red vampire lens. We like it for Volturi vampires from Twilight. If you want bright red eyes, go with Blood Zombie.
THE CLASSIC Twilight lens we’ve recommended for three years.
The manufacturer changed these Halloween lenses somewhat so it is actually more yellow orange than the picture. Still awesomely cool though.
Also known as White Out. If you can’t decide which Halloween lenses to get, choose these ones. Super versatile for zombies and vampires alike!
Also known as Blind Eye. Some people don’t want to actually “see” in their costume…as the name implies you don’t get vision out of this lens.
Love this for alien or demonic possession.
A great vampire lens so don’t know why it’s called Blood Zombie. Indistinguishable from Red Vampire.
We love these Halloween lenses because they are pale and creepy, and slightly different from just a plain white lens. Looks like it should glow…but it doesn’t.
Formerly called Dark Elf. Very cool for people who love blue lenses.
A reptilian cat eye lens.