The latest trend for Japanese schoolgirls is colored contacts - not green or blue ones that ape gaijin eyes, but inky black lenses that make them look like they have gigantic monochromatic pupils. Thanks to a steady diet of manga and anime, Tokyo teens have come to admire the outsize peepers on hand-drawn heroines. "The bigger the character's eyes, the cuter they look," says 15-year-old Yumi Koba. And now, thanks to Share Generate's Nadesicco Black, emulating Sailor Moon is no longer a dream. Because the lenses are nonprescription, schoolgirls can even order them - like everything else - via cell phone.