I have large, hazel eyes, but there have been times that I wished they were a little more original. A lot of people have hazel eyes, and mine just don't stand out as much as I would like them to. Of course, there are tips and tricks that I apply using makeup, but it doesn't always get me the results I'm looking for.
Recently, I had the opportunity to try a pair of LensCircle contact lenses.
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I browsed through the website and realized that they have so many absolutely gorgeous contacts! After much searching, I finally settled on the Super Nudy Circle Lens in green. These were big, round, and gave the appearance of larger eyes, which really stand out. This was what I was looking for.
I waited on my package, incredibly excited and anxious to try them out.
Finally, the lenses arrived! LensCircle shipped the lenses with an adorable little zebra-striped pouch, complete with saline solution, a lens case, and lens care instructions.
Before trying on the contact lenses, I took a before photograph of myself so that you can see my natural eye color.
Now, I'd also like to add that I really, really hate touching my eye. When I looked at the contacts, I wasn't even sure that I was going to get them in. However, after having read the instructions, I felt confident that I could get them in with ease. Lo and behold, I did!
Here are what the contacts look like while they're in.
For comparison, I also did a photograph with one lens in one eye, and no lens in the other.
What I love about these contact lenses is that they really do create the appearance of larger eyes. I did feel, however, that they were more "costume" lenses than actual everyday lenses. With that said, it still doesn't change my opinion that LensCircle contacts are high-quality and beautiful.
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I'd also like to give a shout out to LensCircle for allowing me to try out a pair of their contact lenses.