Hi guys! So heres a quick video showing the color contact lenses I'm using. Angel Series BROWN- ...
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How those Halloween colored contacts could hurt your eyes Want the piercing blue eyes of a Game of Thrones “White Walker” on Halloween, or perhaps the milky “blind” eyes of Arya Stark? Beware of colored contact lenses that are sold without a prescription because they can cause serious — even permanent [...]
Pretty Scary: Colored Contact Lenses Can Damage Your Eyes You can achieve this look by using decorative or costume contact lenses. They don't correct your vision, but can change the color of your eye. But experts are warning consumers to be careful this Halloween season and ensure they only purchase contacts [...]
The largest digital camera in the world takes shape A device for putting different color filters in front of the camera lens is coming from France. Roodman expects by 2020 astronomers should be able to start using his camera to study the makeup of the universe — presumably without the need for [...]
How the World's First Color Photograph Came to Be By taking a series of black-and-white photographs through green, blue-violet, and red filters, one could project three separate images simultaneously onto a screen and end up with an image featuring the entire color spectrum. (These photographs were [...]
I need to buy new contacts, does anybody know a good site that sells coloured lenses for dark eyes? I want to compare with the o lens ones!
When we talk about urban planning, we envision the future: innovation, improvements, newness. Is it possible to save cemeteries while also making sure the cities that hold them are prepared for the future. Kim McKnight thinks so. As project coordinator and cultural resource specialist at Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department—an urban planner with a preservationist background—she devoted over two years to crafting the city’s Cemetery Master Plan ,... The proposal document passed Austin City Council this past September, and soon received national attention for its breakthroughs in urban.
s there more to say about Robert Mapplethorpe, the photographer whose cool images of lilies and leather elicited the hottest of controversies in the Reagan and Bush years. Mapplethorpe is someone we think we know, thanks to the disgusting efforts of Jesse Helms and other conservative culture warriors to censor and shame a gay artist and his supporters. The photographer’s bulging archive, which features no fewer than 120,000 negatives, 3,500 Polaroids, and piles of correspondence and ephemera, was acquired in 2011 by an unusual partnership of two museums, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art... They have joined forces, too, for The Perfect Medium , a two-venue show that amounts to one of the largest ever presentations of Mapplethorpe’s art.
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New Gene Therapy Lights Up Vision the dark circle in the center of the eye. The purpose of the iris, the colored part of the eye, is to make the pupil bigger or smaller to let in enough but not too much light, like a camera. Behind the pupil is a lens that focuses the light on the retina ... [...]
Must-have workout essentials for the fitness fashionista The lens curvature seamlessly surrounds the face for incredible eye coverage while a flattering ... patterned print featuring a tan and brown tortoise graphic on the stems that gives it a pop of contrasting color that’s gorgeous against the blue lenses. [...]
Case Study: Plano tinted lens-fitting While the exact mechanism of visual stress in reading and its treatment with coloured lenses ... The trial lens DuraWave Spherical (8.4/14.5) was fitted centrally with [...]
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Sunglasses from Under Armour eyewear protect your eyes with STORM lens technology less eye fatigue and color retention. The Under Armour STORM collection uses the only ANSI Z87.1 rated sport lens to protect the eye from projectile impact. STORM lenses are available in gray, brown, amber, blue and green tints that block 100% UVA ... [...]
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D.C.’s first Pod hotel — seen through millennial and Gen X eyes We inspected the room through our different lenses, noting what worked and what didn’t ... I appreciated the rare pops of color, such as the bright blue chair and yellow table lamp, but found some of the furniture to be a bit obsolete. [...]
(FDA) – Whether you’re a ghost or zombie, vampire or witch, poor costume choices—including decorative (colored) contact lenses and flammable costumes—and face paint allergies can cause injuries that haunt you long after Halloween.Enjoy a safe and happy Halloween by following these guidelines from FDA, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:Wear costumes that say “flame resistant” on the label. If you make your costume, use...
STARTING from zero five years ago, sales of colored contact lenses grew to $45 million last year. These include both tinted lenses, which can change the color only of light eyes, and Wesley-Jessen's opaque lenses, which use dots of color on a clear lens to make even brown eyes green or blue. They are thought to have buoyed sales of all types of lenses and accounted for about half of the industry's growth in recent years. ''When Wesley-Jessen...
Jason Clarke and Blake Lively in All I See Is You.Roland Neveu/Open Road FilmsIn All I See Is You, Blake Lively stars as Gina, a blind woman who lost her eyesight as a teenager in the same car accident that also killed both her parents. Now an adult, she and her husband (Jason Clarke) have relocated to Bangkok, where the combination of the language barrier and Gina’s blindness leaves her isolated and dependent—that is, until she learns that there is a possibility that her eyesight can be...