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Mattias Ohlund.2

Getting Contacts (eyes)

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I imported mine from my previous phone.

Now all my contacts are back on there!

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Make a good first impression!

If you see what I mean ;)

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I thought you were talking about phone contacts and was all confused lol.

Don't sleep with them in your eyes, my sister has done that before and her eyes killed her.

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It's called networking. Make new contacts where ever you go because they might come in handy in the future

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Probably getting contacts within the week. Any tips or tricks?

Much appreciated.

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Doubt they will go behind your eyes if you sleep with them on, but never go to bed with them on. I always take naps with them on and have had no problems, but it's probably not a good idea. :P

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It's called networking. Make new contacts where ever you go because they might come in handy in the future

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Yeah. Buy from clearly contacts.

You'll save lots.

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Maybe even hook :D with some nice asian girls?

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Get your sizing at the optometrists then but them on clearlycontacts.ca

Iris was charging almost 90 dollars a month for 1 month disposable acue view lens and on clearlycontacts i bought a three month supply for 144..big savings

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I'm 14 and its so hard for me to put in contacts, I have to try for like 20 minutes before I can pop one in...................................i'm so bad at it

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I'm 14 and its so hard for me to put in contacts, I have to try for like 20 minutes before I can pop one in...................................i'm so bad at it

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breath-ability is the big thing, i buy the night & day ultra breathing(or some crap) contacts now as i found that with normal contacts after 10-12 hours of wearing & especially with computer time & textbook reading my eyes were sore with just regular contacts.

another good tip is to ask your optometrist for a trial pair (they are free) and keep 1 lense in your pocket/bag/purse as they can pop out & then ur up sh|t creek without a paddle.

and buy online you save 20-30%. i buy mine from visiondirect.com find them cheaper than clearly contacts most of the time.

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lol there's probably another reason why it's so hard to get them in your eyes...

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Cheap contacts are fine. Provided they fit right. I buy from my eye doctor, but it's not so expensive it's a deal breaker. He makes sure the lenses fit properly and my eyes get enough oxygen. He even gives me spares if there's a defect. That alone makes it worthwhile.

If you've never worn them before it will take you a while before your sub-conscious trusts you putting something on your eye. With your middle finger pull down on the bottom eyelid, look up and place the lens in.

After a few weeks, you'll get used to it. Make sure you clean them. Find the solution (the stuff you soak it in at night) that works best for you. I'd also recommend limiting the length of time you wear them until you're used it. I wear my glasses at least one day a week just to give my eyes a "vacation" from contacts.

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Cheap contacts are fine. Provided they fit right. I buy from my eye doctor, but it's not so expensive it's a deal breaker. He makes sure the lenses fit properly and my eyes get enough oxygen. He even gives me spares if there's a defect. That alone makes it worthwhile.

If you've never worn them before it will take you a while before your sub-conscious trusts you putting something on your eye. With your middle finger pull down on the bottom eyelid, look up and place the lens in.

After a few weeks, you'll get used to it. Make sure you clean them. Find the solution (the stuff you soak it in at night) that works best for you. I'd also recommend limiting the length of time you wear them until you're used it. I wear my glasses at least one day a week just to give my eyes a "vacation" from contacts.

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I'm 14 and its so hard for me to put in contacts, I have to try for like 20 minutes before I can pop one in...................................i'm so bad at it

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that was like me when i first got my contacts now it just takes 2 seconds

you should try putting them in anywhere in your eye you dont have to get it right in the center, once you blink it should be in the right spot if that makes any sense

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