Making Changes with Target Optical®

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Fall is a season of change and bolder colors — this season I will be making a change myself. Going from an everyday glasses wearer to ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses.

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Now, I know making the switch to contacts may not be that big of a deal, it can be for some. I’ve always been the type of person who schedules yearly exams and makes sure to take care of my eyes, so this year was no different. I decided to visit the Target Optical® center for my exam.

Making Changes

Like I mentioned earlier, fall is a season of change and I decided to make a change myself. I’ve been wearing glasses for years — I think I was 5 or so when I was first prescribed glasses. In high school I changed from glasses to contacts and loved every second of it. But once I started nursing school — the long hours of school and clinicals led me back to wearing my glasses 24/7.

Why The Change?

With the holidays around the corner, I like to create bolder makeup looks, use false lashes, etc. With glasses it’s nearly impossible to see bold eye looks — and it’s also a bit annoying when your falsies hit the rim of your glasses. It may sound a little vain, I promise I’m not. And I also want to be able to enjoy wearing sunglasses without not being able to see.



The Process

I’m all about easy — so when I found out my local Target (which is my favorite place) was offering optical services, I was thrilled. I mean, I’m already at Target at least twice a week. #noshame I made my appointment online thru the Target Optical® website — it was so simple and fast. I made my appointment on a Thursday and had it set for the next day at 3 pm — talk about FAST.



The eye exam was a breeze, I was in and out in less than 45 minutes. I asked for both a glasses and a contact lens prescription, I opted for ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. After talking to the optometrist, we decided they would be a great fit for my lifestyle. Because I am not new to contacts, I didn’t need a one-on-one lesson with the optometrist, but it is something they offer along with a pamphlet for new users.



Since I’m making this change, get ready to see even MORE makeup looks from me — and best of all, I’ll actually be able to see clearly while taking these pictures.

What changes are you making this fall? Are you a fan of contact lenses?

Available by prescription only for vision correction. Ask your doctor if ACUVUE® Brand— is right for you. Although rare, serious eye problems can develop while wearing contact lenses. Talk to your eye doctor about proper wear and care. Ask your doctor for important use and safety information, or see acuvue.com.

 

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