By Kate HerveyReuters/GettyImagesBusiness InsiderWhen it comes to buying the best lenses, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution.
But here’s one that should be a given: You want a thick contact lens, not a thin one.
The thickness of a lens affects how effective it is at absorbing light, how much light it can emit, and how bright the light is.
And while the thickness of your lens will affect the results, the thickness is mostly a reflection of the thickness and not the quality of the lens.
As you’d expect, there are plenty of thick lenses available, and you can easily buy a wide variety.
But here are the top brands in the field.
For this article, we’ve rounded up the best thick contact lenses that we found in various retailers, such as Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, and Target.
The lenses in each of these categories are available at a wide range of price points and come in various thicknesses, and all of the brands are listed in order of their thickness.
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You’ll want to keep these tips in mind when shopping for contact lenses:If you’re looking for a thick, sturdy, lightweight lens that you can wear all day, go for the Sharpie version.
That’s also available at Target.
If you want to buy a lens that will protect your eyes and keep them clear for longer, look for the Lomo version.
The Sharpie lens is the best one for this purpose.
If your eyes are sensitive to light, or if you’re sensitive to the dark, opt for the Ultrawide version.
You’ll need it for photos, and it has the most UV protection, but it’s not as thick as the Sharpies.
Finally, if your eyes aren’t sensitive to UV, look at the Loro version, which is also available in a range of thicknesses.
The Ultrawides have a slightly thinner lens, and they also have more UV protection than the Sharpys.
Finally: If you have sensitive eyes or sensitive skin, or are allergic to UV light, look out for the Philips Lomo and Ultrawids.