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can i wear colored contacts over my prescription contacts?

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Can i wear colored contacts over my prescription contacts?
Hey guys I have a question! I wear prescription contacts, I'm practically blind -.- I'm going to a Halloween party and wanted to wear white contacts on top of my prescription contacts. I know that this isn't recommended at all, but it's only for one night for a couple of hours, is this really dangerous? Can something very bad happen if I do this?! Thank you !!

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asked Apr 8 in Health by syring

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Maybe wear the white contacts (alone) under your glasses*? Not sure if glasses would mess up your costume or not.

*If you are "practically blind" without contacts, you definitely ought to have a pair of glasses, even if just for "emergency use" if something ever happened that you couldn't wear contacts (like got pink eye, scratched a cornea, etc) it would really be a major problem.
answered Apr 8 by Flying Dragon
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Can you wear colored contacts over prescription contacts?
Don't do that, because contact lenses are not meant to be worn that way and it could be harmful to your eyes.

However, not sure why you would want to do that, but if it is because you would like to change your eye color and be able to see at the same time, then you can just buy prescription color contacts.

Prescription color contacts such as Freshlook and Air Optix, are contacts that change your eye color that you can order in your prescription so you can see. This is just 1 lens on your eye but you can see and have a new eye color at the same time!

No need to risk your eye health by doubling up on lenses.
answered Apr 8 by Stacy Giovanni

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