Become the legendary clown from one of Stephen King’s most well-known and frightening films “IT” with a pair of Pennywise contacts from LensDirect! Stephen Kings terrifying clown “Pennywise” has become a horror movie film icon since the movies debut in 1990 and has been haunted viewers ever since. The dramatic effect created by his burning red and yellow eyes can now be a part of your pennywise costume this Halloween! These scary clown contacts are a fire red color that covers the entire iris with a trance-like yellow flame that emerges from the center of your pupil. Like all of our theatrical contact lenses, Pennywise contact lenses are 100% safe to use and 100% FDA cleared! So you can rest assured that you are getting serious movie quality theatrical contact lenses that will feel great in your eyes. Pennywise contacts are have a diameter of 14.5mm, and are made of 38% water so they will feel great in your eyes the entire time you are in your costume! The lenses are packed in single vials (1 lens per vial) and will last you up to a year after the seal is opened. These lenses should be properly stored and cleaned before use to assure an enjoyable wearing experience.
If you are looking for the perfect pair of scary clown contacts to enhance your costume this Halloween then look no further! Our Pennywise contacts will add a terrifying dimension to your scary clown costume and make your friends hysterical! Modelled after Stephen King’s famous clown “Pennywise”, these lenses are so disturbing they will put your friend’s costumes to shame! Though these are the perfect lenses for a scary clown costume, they are also great for a wide variety of horror movie, Halloween, or cosplay characters! Add movie quality accuracy to your costume this Halloween with a pair of pennywise contact lenses.
• Do not share your lenses with anyone. This can cause and spread infection.
• Do not wear contact lenses while swimming.
• Never sleep in your contact lenses
• Insert your lenses before applying makeup
• If your eyes are red and irritated or if you feel discomfort or pain, remove your lenses and contact your eye care practitioner immediately.
• Remember to have annual eye exams and always follow the advice of your eye care practitioner.