Why do my contacts can’t stick to my eyes?
1.Be relaxed and take your time while you putting in lens
Relax and take it slowly. Make sure you have enough time, feel comfortable, and not be bothered by stress.
2.Find a proper way for putting in contacts
Make sure your hands are clean and dry. Sit in front of a mirror, with plenty of light. Remove the contact lens from the lens case and place it on the index finger. Use your other hand to lift the top eyelid upward and the bottom one downward. Look up toward the ceiling. Slowly and gently place the contact lens on the eye and hold it there for a couple of seconds. When it feels comfortable, slowly blink. If it still feels comfortable and you can see clearly, you've successfully put your contact lens in!
Dry eye disease is a common condition that occurs when your tears aren't able to provide adequate lubrication for your eyes. You can find some ways to keep your eyes all lubed up. For example, use special drops for dry eyes.
Put the lens on your finger. If it curves evenly from the center to the edge, like a semicircle, it's the right way. If the curve changes shape toward the edges, the lens is inside out. If you put it in incorrectly, it tends to bounce and move around when you blink.