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Gothic contact lenses make it easy to give your look that special something and really stand out from the crowd. When people talk about “gothic contact lenses” they are usually referring to classic black and white lenses and spooky designs perfect for goth fashions. Personally I think they add an extra dimension to your look, great for really making a statement.


Gothic Blackout Contact Lenses

The classic gothic lens is of course the blackout lens. These shocking black contact lenses were made famous by Marilyn Manson but they can be worn in lots of different ways – so whether you look like Manson or not is up to you! Blackout lenses completely cover your iris and blend in with your pupil, making it look like your eyes are completely black. They create a stunning look and they also look great when you wear one blackout lens and one other gothic contact lens. Almost every contact lens manufacturer makes a blackout lens so I recommend that you check out the features of each one and buy the best ones that you can afford.

ColourVue Blackout Contact Lens

ColourVue Blackout Contact Lens

TerrorEyes Blackout Contact Lens

TerrorEyes Blackout Contact Lens

Red Rim Contact Lenses

Red Rim Contact Lenses

Grey Black Contact Lenses

Grey Black Contact Lenses



White Gothic Contact Lenses

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Marylin-Manson

Marylin Manson is infamous for many things but there’s one part of his image that IS worth copying – his signature contact lenses. Marylin Manson contact lenses are one of our most popular designs and it’s easy to see why. They look bold, scary and instantly add that freaky Manson edge to your look. And while most of us aren’t going to turn into international goth rockstars overnight, Marylin Manson contact lenses are very easy to use.

Marylin Manson’s signature look is one white contact lens and one black contact lens. The white lenses he uses are pure white with a black border. This makes them stand out even more and is even referred to as a “manson contact lens”. In order to get this look you’ll need one white Marylin Manson lens and one blackout lens, so make sure that you get them from a shop that sells single lenses – like us!


White Marylin Manson Contact Lenses

There are lots of white Marylin Manson contacts out there and something to meet any budget. My advice is always to buy the most expensive contact lenses that your budget can afford – you get what you pay for and really cheap lenses may not be as comfortable. Here are my favourite white Manson contact lenses:

ColourVue Manson Contact Lens

ColourVue Manson Contact Lens

Funky Eyes Manson Contact Lens

Funky Eyes Manson Contact Lens

TerrorEyes Manson Contact Lens

TerrorEyes Manson Contact Lens

Funky Eyes White Contact Lens

Funky Eyes White Contact Lens


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Cosmetic contact lenses are available in a huge selection of different colours and designs, including the ever popular black lenses. Whether you are dressing up for a night out, getting ready for halloween or going to a wild fancy dress party, we have lenses to finish any costume idea in style! Black lenses are dark and bold, for a really striking look and are available in a variety of different brands to suit your budget.

Dolly Black Big Eyes Contact Lenses

Dolly Black Big Eyes Contact Lenses

Different types of Black Lenses

Black lenses are available in different patterns and designs, including plain blackout lenses, black spiral lenses, eclipse lenses, black cross contact lenses, viper contact lenses, chequered contact lenses, cyborg lenses, or find our full range of black lenses using our ‘browse by colour’ feature on the contact lenses section.

Black Spiral Funky Eyes Contact Lenses

Black Spiral Funky Eyes Contact Lenses

Wearing Black Contact Lenses

All of our lenses are bold and vivid, creating an opaque cover over your iris and ensuring to cover any eye colour. Our lenses do not cover your pupil, so your vision will not be obscured when wearing your contact lenses.

Cyborg Crazy Lenses

Cyborg Crazy Lenses

Caring for your Lenses

Once you have taken your lens out of its storage case, make sure you rinse it with contact lens solution
before you insert it in to your eye. Simply place your lens on the palm of your hand and pour several drops of solution to remove all traces of debris. Do not use water or saliva to wash your lens, this can
cause infections. If your lens curls up in your hand do not try to open it with your finger as this will split the lens, pouring drops of solution over the curled lens will open it. Make sure your lens is the right way round by ensuring the edges of the lens bend inwards. Lift the lens directly in front of your eye to check.

Viper Contact Lenses

Viper Contact Lenses