My Experiance with Eye Contacts

Hey, beautiful! Today, I’m back with another blog post!

I have a bit of a weird one, but I think some people might find this helpful.

I’ll be talking about the things you need to know before you buy your contacts, and how my experience was like.

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I’m gonna start by saying that I got my glasses back in 2013, so I’ve been wearing them for about 3 years now. And I always hated them with a passion.

I wanted to get contacts for so long, but my mom didn’t think it was a good idea, that was until about 6 months ago.

So we went to the optical shop/store/thing and asked the guy which contacts are best: the dailies or the weeklies. He said the daily’s are better, so I got them and left for home.

I don’t remember which brand the daily’s were, but I remember that they were pretty good, and didn’t irritate my eyes.

It did take me about 2 weeks to get used to putting in my contacts easily. It might take you a while, but practice makes perfect.

I wore the daily contacts for about a month, then decided to switch to weeklies.

I found that buying the weekly’s saved money, but wasn’t that effective.

I, personally, use the Acuve Oasys weekly contact lenses, and they worked pretty well.


As for the saline solution, I used the Opti-Free Express Lasting Comfort Saline Solution. It worked great, didn’t irritate or burn my eyes when I used it. I still use the same solution to this day, so that might say something.


Something that not a lot of people tell you before you buy your contacts don’t forget to buy eye drops. 

You don’t know how dry my eyes became when I first put my contacts in, so this totally came in handy when that happened!

I actually really like these eyedrops because they don’t sting or burn, they just refresh and refresh my eyes.

And as you can see from the photo, I use the Refresh Plush Lubricant Eye Drops. 

I got a whole pack of these delivered here from Costco, for a bargain price!

In the last photo, you can see that they come in little one use bottles, that come in handy when I want to pop a couple of these in my backpack, just in case I need them, and trust me, I do.


Lastly, I just want to mention why I stopped wearing my contacts.

As I have mentioned previously, I have been wearing my glasses for about 3 years, so everybody around me -including myself- got used to seeing me in them, and I just looked weird without them.

Its nothing to do with how the contacts felt or anything, it’s just that I prefer the way I look with glasses.

If you’re reading this to get advice on whether you should or should not buy contacts, this is what you need to know.

Try them out. Buy a pack, and out them on. See if you like them on yourself, or not. 

Contacts are not for everybody, but they might me perfect for you!

Much love, Rawan 🖤…