Special effects contacts for costume & makeup

We offer special effects contact lenses for the perfect Costume look!

Lenses are individually fitted to each person and are not intended to be worn by anyone else.

Contact lenses are medical devices and have the potential to cause permanent damage. They must be checked by an eye doctor on your eye. They are not “one-size-fits-all” products. Before purchasing lenses your eyes should be measured and the lenses should be checked to ensure that you can wear them safely.

Don’t take chances with your vision!

We have an exciting variety of different effects from cat eyes to bold colors to electric rays. Call or visit us to get your look on!

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Patient Review by Kevin W.

First of all, it’s very important to me that everybody out there receives proper eye care. Without your vision, you can’t read my reviews.

I selected Dr. Gording because a) he takes my UCLA insurance, b) he’s been practicing optometry for a long time, since the early 80s, and c) he makes those wild theatrical contact lenses, including the ones used in The Mask, which, if you’ll pardon my digression, is a great movie.

The office is staffed with friendly and knowledgeable people. My examination was smooth, and began promptly at the appointed time. Dr. Gording has an easygoing professional demeanor; he works with confidence, and it’s clear that he’s an expert in his field. He nailed my prescription with ease; my consultation took about 15 minutes.

I selected some frames with the help of Felix, who not only patiently waited while I tried on most the frames in the office, but tweaked my old glasses (which were falling apart) to render them wearable while I waited for my new glasses. Which, by the way, took all of two days.

I couldn’t be happier with the glasses and with this optometrist. I can see again! Check them out, especially if you are a UCLA student. Our insurance is great for frames and lenses, and the basic consultation cost me only 10 dollars.

Kevin W., Los Angeles, CA