I went back to the bathroom and pulled up YouTube-- for all its flaws and considerin g it is chock-full of content stealers and boring trolls, it’s also full of amazing tutorials. I shrugged it off and went about the task of removing the sclera-- I had been wearing them for multiple shoots on and off for years, I knew what brands worked best for me, what companies could be trusted, and the most effective ways to get them in and out. She was a nurse who had probably seen crazier shit stuck in people’s eyeballs-- if she couldn’t help me, YouTube could. Getting them in had proved as easy as it always was for me, I had expected removing them to be as hassle-fre e as before. The only other thing I saw suggested was the use of rubber-tip ped tweezers; a very specialize d pair made just for gently removing stubborn contacts, which I did not own. The best wireless mouse we tested is the Logitech MX Anywhere 2S. It packs a lot of features into a small frame: It has high precision, a long charge life, customizab le buttons, and it can pair up to three computers at once. I had no intention of returning to the mindset I was in when I removed my first pair of sclera contacts on my own.