[Sponsored] Circle lens review ~ Tiara GrayWednesday, July 15, 2015
Hi everyone! I\m finally back with my review of the grey pair of contact lenses sent to me by Klenspop a while ago. Previously, I reviewed the brown pair here and the blue pair here which they sent me with the grey pair. I've actually been the most excited to try out these grey lenses because I really liked the design and I love grey lenses c:
They were in the usual packaging from Klenspop, a box with the lens in two glass jars, lens cases and a pair of tweezers. Everything was pretty standard, but for some reason I had so much trouble opening the glass jar with the lenses! I had to use pliers because the metal seal wasn't coming off, and it happened for both so I probably wasn't just being clumsy. So that was super annoying, but I only had to do it once so no big deal :)
The design is fairly simple but I thought it would look really pretty and natural, and the model picture on the klenspop website looked great, the grey looked super nice!
Here's the info from Klenspop:
And now, here's some pictures!
Under natural light:
Under Indoor flourescent light:
As you can see, the grey color isn't all that visible and overall the lenses mostly look brown. They do have slight enlargening and make my eyes look a little bit lighteraround the edges but the effect is pretty different from the picture on Klenspop, probably because the model's eyes are lighter than mine so the lighter parts of the lens are much more visible. However, I still quite like these lenses, they look pretty and aren't too noticeable! Great for those going for a natural look.
I guess the design and color is pretty simple and not very visible on my dark eyes but personally I actually like how it looks! if you're going for a more striking pair I wouldn't recommend these but for something really natural that is super wearable for everyday I think these are great :)
These sting a tiny bit when they are just put on but are actually very comfortable and I can go a whole day wearing them without much drying or discomfort which is nice, pretty comparable to regular lenses actually other than the discomfort when I just put them on, but that goes away within 30 minutes usually.
Since the color isn't anything really special, I guess the main point of these is enlargement. They're also not super enlargening like most of the lenses I have but I think it's the right amount, they could proabably get away with a greater diameter and still look natural since the color blends in with my natural eye color.
Sorry for taking so long with this post, I thought I'd be posting often during the summer now that school's over but turns out I'm busier now more than ever! Instead of school, in the past few weeks I've been photographing a music & art festival, and an art camp counsellor for the past few weeks as well as meeting up with friends. It's taking up more of my time than school, haha. Oh well, at least I'm enjoying it a lot more!
I hope that you found my review useful or enjoyable to read in some way, and you can find these lenses for $13.00 on Klenspop Here! Or check out the site by clicking the banners on my sidebar.
Thanks for reading!