Monday, June 27, 2016

EOS Ice Blue Review

Today's review is for EOS  Ice Blue lenses, courtesy of  LensFlavors. A couple years back, I did a review on the EOS Ice Green lenses and adored them thoroughly. After seeing pictures of the blue version I made a mental note to try them sometime and that time has finally come!
While I still think the pattern is really cool and I like it a lot, I have to admit, I'm not as happy with the blue color as I was with green and it's because my natural color doesn't blend with it very much so I don't get the most out of the pattern like I did with the greens. I just don't get the pop that I think more blue-ish eyes would, if you're eyes are naturally very blue r even on the grey side, you'll probably be as happy with these as I was with the green but I think I personally should have gone for the greys or even browns over the blues this time around. I probably said in my review for the Greens but, again, these are definitely lenses where natural eye color helps determine how these'll look on you. They are not a solid opaque pattern, so a lot is left up to how it blends with your eyes.
Now, don't get me, wrong.I don't think they look bad at all. I just think that to get the most out of what this particular lens print has to offer, it's best to choose colors that blend with your natural eyes. since so much of it is left showing.
Enlargement: 10/10
Print: 9/10
Vibrancy: 8/10
Comfort: 10/10

P.S: First lens review in a while! Even though it's all ever seem to do on here anymore, ah, sorry if my blog's gotten boring because of it but it used to be a place to try new gal looks. However, since I so rarely do them anymore I don't know what to even post about these days! I haven't done a gyaru look in ages, so excuse my rustiness here. Funny story, I was going for an older look and was trying to remember how I used to do my makeup but I had to look up my own tutorial for a refresher on how to do this (making minor revisions on lashes and lip color)! lol 

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Geo Euro Celine Green Review

Courtesy of Geo Coloured Lenses I'm reviewing Geolica Euro Celine Green. I gotta say, with each new color I try of this series, I like them more and more. First, I liked the browns better than the blues, then the greys better than the browns and now the greens even better than the greys! 

I think the greens and greys suit my natural eye color the best. The green blends nicely into my eyes and no one believed I was wearing lenses until they took a REALLY close look!
Much of the details on this series are the same as my previous reviews or this line, so all I can really comment on is the color difference.
Life Span: 3 Months
Diameter: 14.2 mm
Base Curve: 8.60 mm
Water Content: 40+2%

Enlargement: 6/10
Print: 10/10
Comfort: 8/10
Color: 10/10

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Geolica Euro Celine Grey Review

I said last week that I'd have a review up for the Grey version of the Geolica Euro Celine lenses this week and it turns out that I do in fact posses an iota of follow through! 
Again, courtesy of Geo Coloured Lenses these are Geolica Euro Celine Grey.
I said I liked the hazel ones better than the blue ones and now I must say I like the grey ones better than the brown ones!
This shade blends in with natural color almost seamlessly on account of the very subtle orangish yellow band around the inner circle. Comfort is, of course, the same as it was in my first review for this series.
Life Span: 3 Monthly
Diameter: 14.2 mm
Base Curve: 8.60 mm
Water Content: 40+2%
Enlargement: 6/10
Print: 9/10
Comfort: 8/10
Color: 10/10