Monday, May 4, 2015

LensCircle Contacts Review


Circle Lenses are special extra-wide cosmetic contact lenses which make the eye appear larger. Circle lenses are different from normal color contact lenses because normal color lenses are only tinted in the areas that cover the eyes iris, while circle lenses have an extra dark colored tint around the outer ring of the lens (The outer ring is transparent in normal color lenses). Circle lenses have gained tremendous popularity in Asia.

World Series "GREEN"

A beautiful blend of three unique tones of Green in one lens to create a subtle, natural looking eye.

Item Code: CM903Green Color ContactsIncluded (4 Items):

I received mine in World Series "Green" because they are the most natural of the series on LensCircle. I have Hazel eyes naturally and the green just brought out the green I sometimes have in my eyes depending on what day. They came off as a darker green in my eyes and made my eyes look wider and brighter. It's very natural looking as I will show you below. They come with a pair of contacts (2) Lenses, 1 Lens care card, 1 Free lens case and a gift bag to carry them in. I got mine with no prescription because I wear glasses and I wanted to just bring out my eye color a little bit more with a hint more of a dash of green. I love the carrying case (not pictured) that it comes with. It's leopard print. The Lens case is also nice because you can just pop both in your purse and they won't get damaged or dirty. I took mine out of the package. They come in 2 little vials and I soaked mine in contact solution all night before placing them in my eyes. I've always heard that's the best thing to do when ordering any contacts online. You don't want to take them directly out of the vials and place them into your eyes. You definitely want to soak them over night in your own personal solution so that they may be fully clean before placing in your eyes. The contacts were thin, but not so thin that they would tear on you. I actually prefer a thinner contact so that they fit nicely onto your eyes. I got a lot of compliments from family who normally don't see me in contacts that they love the color. I think the price range is good for the contacts - the price stays the same even if you get them in prescription. All you have to pay is shipping which I do believe in the US is $4.99, but may vary where you live. All in all I'm pleased with my new contacts!

Here are my before & after

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FTC: I received contacts from LensCircle for free in exchange for my honest opinion and review.

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