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An eye-popping new fad. But are these contact lenses safe? From CBS News world headquarters in New York, this is the CBS Evening News. A surprising new fad out there caught our eye. In fact, it’s catching a lot of eyes and getting a lot of stares. It’s new fangled유행 contact lenses. But as Michelle Miller tells us, a lot of eye doctors are saying watch out. This video by pop superstar Lady gaga is all about the eyes. Big doe암토끼 like eyes that are now all the rage대유행. That look was mainly computer generated. Now teens are copying the wide eye effect with one key accessory. “Circle lens to complete the look.”
Makeup artist Michelle Pham made circle lenses a YouTube phenomenon by demonstrating how to use them. So far, her posts have netted획득하다 nearly 10 million hits. The contacts are made overseas and are designed to radically change the look of your eyes in size, shape and color. They’re hugely popular in Asia with Korean pop stars. And now more Americans are sporting자랑스럽게 입다 the look. “Why use them?” “For the fun of it.” 19-year-old, Chantal George, has bought 14 pairs over the last three years. Even at $20-$30 bucks a pop, she says she's hooked.
But so-called circle lenses are illegal to sell in the US because they're not FDA approved. And so far no US manufacturer is making them. “We have no control of where they're manufactured, what their processes are and they're not being fit an appropriately medically cared for by licensed eye doctors.” Most lenses are manufactured in Asia and purchased online. But doctors worry the lack of quality control could result in more eye infections, damaged to the cornea각막, even loss of vision.
“There's nothing inherently내제하는 wrong with wanting to enhance좋은 점을 높이다 your eye color as long as it’s done in the safe and proven way.” Still Chantal like many users says she’s done her homework online and understands the risks. “That's why if you go for it, good brands, good sellers.” But experts warn like anything on the web, what you see may not be what you get. Michelle Miller, CBS News, Baldwin, New York
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