For anyone worried about having a smaller range of vision i.e. eyepatches or masks with awkward eye holes; your brain compensates for the lack of vision. You'll find yourself moving your head more to create a mental picture of what's around you and your other senses get heightened.
I was thinking about doing a Miraluka from star wars cosplay like visas marr as then I could wear glasses while cosplaying.
When I was cosplaying Kaneki, I simply could not work out where I was going etc because of the eyepatch. Lucky I had a friend with me who was with me, so as long as I was with her, I knew kind of where I was going, and that I wasn't going to necessarily bump into anything.
I am hoping to make a sith costume with yellow eyes and they don't wear glasses
My issue is that I have two people that I want to cosplay. I'm integrating my glasses into one of the cosplays because the character is in my style, but the other, I can't imagine him wearing glasses, so I really want contacts, but I can't afford prescription colored contacts. I also need just regular colored contacts for the first cosplay because of his eye color. Luckily, both characters have the same eye color, but I'm struggling to find a solution for my second boy. Does anyone have any tips or solutions???
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