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"Scare Your Friends With Zombie Contact Lenses"

Zombie contact lenses; what will they think of next?

Just imagine. It was a dark night. There was a rapping on the door. You open it. There is a frightening looking man there in tattered clothes and he has strange dead looking eyes…

It's just your neighbor in his new scary color contacts.

These new special effects contact lenses will scare anyone. Take your friends and family aback at the next social gathering with scary lenses by Wild Eyes.

Scary Color Contacts For Fun

Halloween and costume events are not the only time to scare your friends. Go to a scary movie night, or party dressed as a zombie complete with your zombie lenses. There are so many scary contacts available today that you can choose your look for optimum scare effect.

Zombie films are scary on their premise more than their gore. Not knowing what is going on or what is going to happen next will scare just about anyone. From "Night of the Living Dead" to "Dawn of the Dead", zombie films have frightened thousands. Now it's your turn…

Show up at the next office party as the walking dead. Halloween will not be the same once you don your zombie colored contact lenses to frighten the masses. These lenses are a must for the horror movie buff.

These hand-painted contacts, as well as several other scary colored lenses are available from Wild Eyes lenses and can be ordered from the top online lens suppliers.

Be aware that even the standard lenses can take up to two weeks to be delivered and if you order toric or prescription versions, it may take longer. So plan your attack early and scare the world with your zombie contacts.

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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