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- 3 years
They make you take a required class on how to use them care for them!? Are you serious? That is crazy and I dont blame you for not doing that for $300. I have never heard of that before. They are not at all hard to take care of and once you get use to popping them in your eyes it becomes just every day life. I would check around on that.. because that is not fair and a big ole money racket.... just sayin....I want to get contacts but the idea of spending $300 for a required "class" to show me how to use them and care kinda killed it. I shall remain blind with glasses But I know the non-natural colors creap me out a bit (sorry...). I know ALOT of people with dark brown eyes who wear lighter contacts that make their eyes kinda ... "pop" alot. It almost reminds me of a vampire cause they're extra bright and the people (99.5% of them) open their eyes really wide for whatever reason... the entire time I think to myself "omg ... dont bite me ... where's a steak ... or stake when I need one!"
Where're you located... I'm moving -_-; granted, alot of stuff in MD is rediculous Oh well... I just want to be able to wear sunglasses in the winter (sun reflecting off of snow kills me!) and summer... my transitions + prescription was like $600 -_-; yeah ... (clipons are a pain and hard to find)I never had to take classes.....of course, mine arn't prescription.
UV rays still penetrate cloud cover. I always wear sunglasses too, gotta protect my ninja eyes.Agreed!!
I have pale hazel eyes and everyone always says that they're yellow and I am therefore a vampire The fact that I wear sunglasses religiously, even if it's overcast, doesn't help.