You’ve seen the movies. You’ve read the books. But have you seen these bad boys? We’re talking of course about Twilight contact lenses. Transforming into Edward, Bella, Alice and the gang is even more fun when you get the eyes right. We’ve pulled from the fabulous Halloween collection at Coastal.com and created a set of what we think are the best Twilight-style lenses.
In this video, Sandra shows off Gold Vampire. She loves them! Says she’d wear them for a night out just for fun (they’re that pretty). We like to say the Twilight contacts are the Halloween lens that’s not just for Halloween.
Edward, Alice, and Bella Cullen
Edward, Bella, Alice, and the gang are vegetarian vampires, hence the golden eye color. Golden Twilight contact lenses are sure to become a classic. Apparently when they’re hungry, veggie vampire eyes are black, (like Black Out).
Human-fed vampires have glowing red eyes. I mean, did you see Jane’s *(Dakota Fanning’s) eyes? Yikes! Either of these two featured lenses will work.Blood Red has more of a jagged red ring and large pupil hole. Angelic Red has a black outer right which highlights the eye.
While technically the eye color of each wolf in the pack takes on the eye color of the actor, I couldn’t resist adding Black Wolf to this list.
More Halloween Lens Info
- Halloween lenses can last up to 12 months once the vials have been opened as long as they are stored properly. Lenses can be re-worn within the year but during the day, the maximum suggested wear time is 6-8 hours.
- All the lenses listed on this page are FDA approved.
- All lenses come in Plano (zero power or no correction). Some lenses come in prescription powers.
How to Get a Prescription for Twilight Colored Contacts
In the United States, a prescription is required for colored contacts under the Federal Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act. Even for colored lenses without any vision correction (cosmetic only), a prescription is mandatory in the U.S.
If you are from Canada or elsewhere, you may not be subject to the same consumer laws. However, we strongly suggest that you be fitted for color contacts by an eye care practitioner.
In cases where the manufacturer or supplier is not from the U.S. you may not be required to provide prescription information. However, you should still see an eye doctor and be properly fitted for contact lenses.