Hello, dreamers! I'm so happy to say that after a long time I'm finally doing a review on a pair of Circle Lenses again - Kindly sponsored by PinkyParadise.com. This time I'm reviewing the G&G Crystal Light Green Circle Lenses. My natural eye color is kind of a dull green-gray so I'm always on the lookout for green lenses that can make my eyes stand out a bit more. That's why I really wanted to try out these lenses and I'm really excited to do this review. Anyways, let's get right into it!
My package was delivered by DHL and arrived within just a few work days. Everything came in a padded package and the lenses were safely wrapped in plastic foam. Along with my lenses, I got a free lens case and a hair holder.
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Brand: G&G (Dueba/Barbie)
Origin: South Korea
Base Curve: 9.0mm
Water Content: 38%
Life Span: 1 Year
Design & Color
The pattern is very simple and sheer which makes it blend in nicely into my eyes. The color is more of a neon green than I expected but once I put them on they make my eyes look a lot lighter and vibrant which I personally really like. The color goes slightly outside of my natural iris, which kind of is the point of circle lenses, but since there's just a plain color and no ring to imitate a so called 'limbal ring' it just creates a 'halo' around my natural iris. I personally think this effect is a bit strang, but to be fair It's only visible if you look really close. It's hard to explain but I'm sure you can understand what I mean by looking at the pictures below.
The diameter of these lenses is 15.0mm which usually means that the enlarging effect would be very large, but in this case the enlargement effect is very small. This is mostly because, like I mentioned earlier, even though the lenses are big there's no dark ring to resemble a limbal ring at the edge of the lenses which usually is an important factor in the enlarging effect. This isn't necessarily a bad thing since it's perfect for those who don't like their eyes to look too big and just want to add a pop of color to the eyes.
One thing that surprised me is that these lenses are very comfortable. I haven't been using lenses for a very long time so I expected to feel some discomfort like I usually do when I use lenses again after a long time of only using glasses. When I tried these lenses and even wore them for a day I didn't feel any discomfort at all! Big plus!
All in all, these lenses are great if you want to add a pop of color to your eyes. Even though I wouldn't call them natural-looking, I love to use these lenses for everyday wear since they are very comfortable and they make my eyes appear to be a vibrant green without looking too fake. In any case, they definitely give your eyes a very charming and mysterious look in my opinion.
At last but not least, here are some selfies I took wearing the G&G Crystal Light Green Lenses.
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I really hope you enjoyed this post. What do you think about these lenses? Please let me know in the comments.