So here's a new one for you /fa/,
as a guy who's been blind on the left eye for quite some time im rather sick and tired of those bullshit bogstandard eyepatches, what would you suggest is the best looking designer alternative?
I have a similar problem. I have Bell's Palsy right now, and while mine isn't too severe (no visible droop, just can't move the left side of my face almost at all) my eye does dry out since I have to force blinking hard if I want to blink at all.
I just wear sunglasses most places and keep them on. There's no reason for an eye patch tbh.
I think I found something fairly traditional without going overboard, would this do you think /fa/?
That one looks rather nice, can i buy it anywhere?
Also, Im looking for something a little bit more casual, belive me, an eyepatch stands out enough already as it is.
post a pic of your eye dude cmon
also I'd say lean towards the most normal thing you can find. drawing attention to it by having it stand out even more might make you look like you don't even need it and that you're just trying to make a fashion statement
My condolences, but to be fair, I bet your eye doesnt look like someone drove a corkscrew in there and yanked it out.
[Which isn't far from what caused my blindness in the first place.]
My eye has a 90 degree laziness to it and a general zombie look, not to mention the tear duct thing which complicates matters of infection if the eye is left to dry for too long.
that looks fuckin sweet
holy shit. if you don't need it fuck the eye patch. maybe get coloured contacts ?
you should post both your eyes.
im assuming different colours looks rely sick
I'ts not illigal, but rather silly.
Unless you really need it, I would dare say you would look like someone who sports a cane without really needing one.
Problem is due to the damage once sustained to the eye, (Long story short, dont run with scissors, and especially not knives.) the muscles were damages in the process causing the eye some severe lazyness.
This in part has caused me mild psychological trauma, in which i never initiate eye-contact and turn my head sideways when talking to people to hide the dead eye.
Something Ive been able to work on since i started wearing eyepatches some years ago.
I know, Ive been to the doctors telling them exactly this.
But as they deemed it an unnecessary operation I would have to pay for it myself. [Socialist country, yay.]
They did however give me coloured contacts, but again, this did not help the extreme lazyness of the eye, so back to square one.
op pls dont wear one of these and just accept your baddass locking eye
btw what happened
>Me and mom moving back when I was a kid.
>Mother tells me to remove all those stickers I plastered all over the apartment.
>When she was away I proceeded to grab the biggest kitchen knife available.
>I started scraping them away from the cupboards by thrusting the knife upward from waist height.
>Knife gets stuck in the wooden door, I give the handle a punch upwards.
>Knife switches position from being lodged in the door to getting lodged in my eye socket.
Luckliy the knife went in straight and not sideways as it would have gone in further thus piercing the brain.
Anywho, I think really found something:
Would you suggest something like this /fa/?
look at this guy. He has a lazy eye and he is the most badass character you will ever see. He doesn't give a fuck about anybody and has a journey to help his mentally challenged girlfriend. and If you don't think that this guy with a fucking lazy eye is badass than you need a different wardrobe
PS. I believe the best idea for an eye patch is to go with that wood finish eye patch but make the strap and wood in your hair color. Just to make it like a metaphor for having hair over your eye. But I suggest to rock the lazy eye and just try to make your overall appear blow the minds of others. like a wardrobe makeover and get more in shape. like make yourself model material
seriously youll look autistic wearing that man, people wont think you have an actual reason to wear it
either get contacts or dont wear an eyepatch because it looks really cool and interesting
reminds me of this guy
Oh god... i cant stop contracting my feet while reading this. I may be refering solely based on television, but isnt it recommended, in this situations where you can forget about blinking, to permanently shut the eye?
The eye patch you chose is bad. i had eye surgery once, and had to use an eye patch for sometime. i really advise you to get a cloth one, as light as possible. They are cheap and, if you are daring enough, come in several colors
Point taken, and thanks, really.
But I have legit medical reasons for wearing one, like how my tear ducts are messed up, so it gets infected when dust and particles gets in my eye.
Its a good idea, I'll try it out, but I would rather find me something akin to this but customized.
Something like this >>8507728
if u dont go w a medical or simple black one everyone will think ur wearing it out of choice and not because u actually need to
its like carrying a cane when u can walk fine
or wearing bandages for no reason
also tbh the ones u chose were p fuckin bad