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iSee Contact Lens Spray

Get Sparklevamp Eyes With Spray-In Contact Lenses

If you wish you could get the Cullens' sweet golden eyes, a Swiss company called iSee has just developed a contact lens spray that comes in a truly vamp-tastic shade of yellow-hazel. Spray-in contacts may seem a little odd, but from the video on iSee's website, it seems you just spritz a mist from a portable atomizer into your eyes, and the "lens" supposedly stays in place for a full 24 hours. The company makes both a corrective lens spray, called W Eye, and a colored lens spray, called C-Style.

I can see how something like this would be fun, especially if, say, you wanted to force your boyfriend to dress up as Edward. But I wonder how you get the spray to stay put on just your iris and cornea. Besides the golden shade, the contacts also come in bright blue, amethyst, and gray, and I have a feeling that if I used this I might end up with purple splotches in the whites of my eyes.

Twihard or not, do you have any interest in a product like this, or is it just an unnecessary advance in technology?

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Jaime-Richards Jaime-Richards 3 years
 @Eva2613765 Good thing we didn't post this on April 1st that year, or maybe we'd all think differently. But yes, it's real.
Eva2613765 Eva2613765 3 years
can someone plz tell me if this is real or not?
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
As soon as I saw the title - spray in contact lenses....TOTAL turn off! Just sounds ext. toxic and dangerous. Vanity isn't worth the poss. risk of losing my sight personally - and I am not a fan of color altering contacts either. Just me I suppose.
sungemini sungemini 5 years
some one needs to try this and let us know how it works...
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
I cannot see how this could work correctly. And it just sounds weird.
snarkypants snarkypants 5 years
you spray it in your eyes?!?!?!?!?!? who the heck would buy this?!?!?!?
theseether theseether 5 years
I like my vision. I will not be spraying unnecessary chemicals directly into my eyes, thank you very much.
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