Circle Lenses are a type of cosmetic coloured contact lens that can change the color of your iris. They also enlarge your eyes and help in vision correction. They are available in various designs and styles.
The most popular style of best circle lenses are the gyaru look (Japan) and the ulzzang look (South Korea). This trend has been seen on K-pop stars like Girl Generation, Hyuna, Krystal, Suzy and more.
These circle lenses have a wide black ring that widens your eyes’ iris, making them appear adorable. This is a popular look in Japan and South Korea, often known as “gyaru” or “ulzzang” for the best-face effect it gives.
They come in a variety of colors, designs and diameters. They can be natural-looking color blends or even have special effects such as a donut-shaped pattern of brown, grey, blue, green, violet or pink.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Wearing Circle Lenses: Maintaining Eye Health and Safety
Most of these circle lenses are also referred to as “big eye” or “Korean” contacts due to the oversized appearance they give. These contacts can be worn for a long period of time and do not require periodic prescriptions, making them extremely flexible.
While circle lenses may be safe for use by patients with corrective vision needs, they should be used under proper care and only by an ophthalmologist or optometrist. They should not be shared with others and a thorough cleaning and storage routine should be followed to ensure they remain safe and effective. A proper fitting is essential for optimum vision correction and comfort, as ill-fitted contacts can cause pain and discomfort.