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"Trial Color Contacts Very Cheap--It Doesn't Mean You Have Shifty Eyes"

Did you know you can get trial color contacts very cheap? You can, but ahh, first a trip to the mall to try on. . . well, just about everything, and isn't it a great way to put the finishing touches on the temple that is you? But what about your eyes? Should you buy a new top that matches your eyes or, with the wonderful variety of color contacts available today, purchase cheap color contacts to match your new top?

The only way to tell is to try on a new pair of eyes, so to speak, and with the wonderful variety of color contacts available today, your only decision is not which trial contacts are, to put it in skilled shopper's lingo, cheap, or even which is very cheap, but which is the cheapest. Fortunately, the answer is simple. The cheapest trial contacts are free trial color contacts.

Nothing's Free, You See

Eyewear professionals know that choosing color contacts is like choosing hair color. It's personal, it's fun, and let's face it, it has, shall we say, an ulterior motive best viewed downtown on Saturday nights.

Luckily, companies offering color contacts have made it possible to get a free trial of their products. Most have arrangements with eyewear suppliers to provide low-cost or very cheap disposable color contacts that wearers can get for a free trial at their local optician's store or optometrist's office.

Companies like Ciba Vision which makes Durasoft and Freshlook color contacts and Johnson & Johnson, the makers of Acuvue color contact lenses, make it possible at their websites to view the trial color contacts available and to register for a free trial of the color contacts that interest you the most. You can present the downloaded certificate to your local professional for, in most cases, a free in-store trial of disposable color contacts.

Remember though, that the free trial does not cover professional fitting and optical services, and although your eyes may not require corrective contact lenses, a prescription from your eye-care professional may be required to purchase color contacts to ensure proper fit, suitable brand and type, and safety.

But even if color contacts are not free to purchase, choosing them is. And remember, the very best things in life are. . . well, still very cheap.

This article has been written for you by Jon Butt publisher of The Colored Contacts Guide - your friendly experts in how to choose colored contacts, where to get the biggest discounts online and which accessories you need to take care of your lenses.

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