Product Tag - Black

Black Contact Lenses For Halloween Costume and Cosplay

Our black contact lenses are perfect for Evils, Demons, Monsters, or any other creature in the depths of the underworld. FDA Cleared and Ready To Ship!

Looking To Buy The Best Black Halloween Contact Lenses?

Black contact lenses are some of our most popular lenses because they can complement almost any Halloween or fancy dress costume, and they create a beautifully striking look.

We also have a fantastic selection of full blackout contact lenses available in our store.

At Wicked Eyez, we appreciate it can be difficult to find quality black contact lenses at affordable prices for Halloween. We’re proud to be able to offer our customers a wide range of great lenses to choose from, and we refuse to compromise on quality.

All our black contacts are fully FDA cleared so you can wear them safe in the knowledge that your vision is protected.

Best Full Black Demon Contacts With Prescription & Non Prescription

Gothika / Wicked Eyez offers a diverse collection of Black Contacts. Countless possibilities on costumes you could use these black lenses with. But, if we have to pick out a few bestsellers we can. Here are the top sellers in black.

  1. Black Out - These unnatural spooky black colors are by far the best black contact lenses we offer. The lenses bring out the gory effect that can captivate everyone with just one glance. They are available in prescription and non-prescription.
  2. Black Wolf - These contacts have a thick black outer ring with a deep yellow around the pupil that definitely will shine bright under the moon, just like real wolf eyes.
  3. Hellraiser - Although these devilish contacts have been popular for years, there is a timelessness about them. Perfect for demons!

Ultra Fast Shipping!

It is time for a new evil to be born - and baby it's you! Demons don't have time to sit around and wait for their amazing contact lenses to arrive! Take your weapon, knock on our door,  and choose your preferred contacts, we will ship immidiately to your hands.

Under US Federal Law, all contact lenses are considered a medical device that requires a prescription. Prescription verification services provided by LensScript.

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