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Well, well, well. Swarovski crystals are being used just about anywhere you can think of - handbags, computers, cell phones, applicances, even toilets. But this is truly unusual - bling for your contact lenses! Tiny swarovski crystals were embedded around the edges of contact lenses for that extra twinkle in eyes!

"Sparkle" was created by Indian based designer Anthony Mallier. He won the second prize in the "Crystal Vision" competition organised by Designboom and Swarovski. There were over 4000 entrants from 92 countries.



He said, “Swarovski has been synonymous with adding that extra ‘sparkle’ to everyday life. Swarovski crystals have the power to transform the ordinary into something extraordinary through their sheer brilliance. `Sparkle’ is one such attempt to enhance the expression of one of our most expressive features: our eyes.”

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11 comments:

  1. With all due respect to Mr Mallier ... YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!! That just totally creeps me out! Almost on par with people having diamonds set into holes drilled into their front teeth! GAH!!! Vanity is weird!

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  2. No way! I wonder if they are comfortable or if they impair your vision, I think they look pretty cool!

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  3. I actually think they both look pretty cool,for women that is. maybe some kind of 'macho' thing for the eye would be ok for a guy.(?) i really love the contacts. great idea !!

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  4. if i knew how to find these...I would buy them right NOW!

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  5. They haven't been produced for selling. However you might want to check out this article for alternative glam contact lens. Just google the suppliers :

    http://www.ehow.com/about_5533687_sparkle-contact-lenses-information.html

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  6. I love the look but how safe for the eye is it?

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  7. It's not vanity, it's just fun. I'd play!

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  8. I don't know how safe it would be - it's not in production as far as I know. I presume if it ever goes to market, it would be extensively tested first.

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  9. I would want them! lol. but then I don't wear eyeglasses. I wonder if it is safe if I wear them?

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  10. Great fun. I would want a pair if they were being sold.

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  11. Now I'll have something to talk about at the next party I go to :)

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