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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Get Sharingan Contacts and Flaunt an Awesome Eye Color


If you were a Sasuke fan on the highly popular animation series, Naruto, getting sharingan eyes will not be less than a dream coming true for you. For those who do not have the entire knowhow, the story is the members of the Uchiha clan possessed sharingan eyes, a naturally occurring genetic eye technique. sharingan eyes get activated in a stressful situation and develops in three stages. Each stage instigates a new set of power and abilities of the individual.

Coming back to reality, these three eye forms that appear in the three stages of development of the sharingan eyes is a hit among every Naruto fan. Changing their eyes into sharingan eyes with sharingan contacts is like reliving the moments of something that used to be your most-loved anime series. Other than that, it also gives them an opportunity to flaunt an awesome-looking eye. 

Following are the three sharingan eye variations:

         One Comma – Sharingan partially activated
The normal pupil of both the eye turns into red and develop one of the wheel swirls. According to the story, this first starts in the left eye. Contacts are available in the similar format.

         Two Commas – Sharingan partially activated
The right pupil that is already red, develops two wheel swirls. This is the second stage of the sharingan formation.

         Three Commas – Sharingan fully developed
Both the eye develop three of the wheel swirls that indicates the sharingan is completely developed. The third stage of sharingan also marks the initiation of Mangekyou form. This is also a form a sharingan that has many variations.

Although these three are basically considered the sharingan eyes in the true sense, you will easily find a lot of variations available with contact lens providers.


Find a source where you can get high-quality sharingan contacts so that you can recreate the eye of your favorite character of the Uchiha clan. Also, ensure the safety and comfort factor of the contacts before considering them for purchase.

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