Sunday, September 8, 2013

Lens review: EOS Dolly Eye Brown

I've had these yellow/brown contacts for a while but hadn't done a review yet because I got them just before Animecon X, and guess if I had time to do the review before the con? At least I did it before Tracon 8, haha.
These lenses are from Honey Color and the brand is EOS Dolly Eye Brown.
Pictures are taken by Valkoinen Samurai, in indoors light (during the evening) and with the flash.

13/08/2014 edit: more pictures for you! <3

Indoors, next to a window on a cloudy day.
Indoors, next to the same window. :'D
Indoors, close to the lamp.
Outdoors. It's cloudy. D:
Outdoors. Got some sunlight here!
From a distance, in sunlight.
From a distance, in the shadows.
Not much to say about these lenses; as you can see if you zoom, the "hole" in the middle is rather small so they hide the natural eye color pretty well but restrict vision a little. They aren't the most comfortable lenses because of this little restriction but still perfectly okay to wear as long as they are cleaned properly before you put them on, otherwise you'll be crying for half an hour but that goes for all colored contacts. I personally think that my eyes look kind of "empty" when I have them on but I only get this impression on a very close look; otherwise it's not a problem. They are noticeable but not IN YOUR FACE if the light is dim.

 In short: 

Color: 8/10
IN_YOUR_FACE "dark" yellowish brown. Unnatural shade.
Design: 7/10
Simple but very noticeable.
Opacity: 10/10
Real eye color doesn't show through at all.
Enlargement: 4/10
Only slight enlargement.
Comfort: 4/10
I don't know if I was unlucky with just this pair, but they feel "thick" in my eyes and hinder my vision. By far my least comfortable contacts so far. :(
Naturalness: 1/10
Looks like they are going to jump out of my eyes. Really. 

I guess that's it, bye! ~

Psst... hey... you, reading this! 
I know you're curious about the Dolly Eye pink
They look really good! 
Go check the review made by Shiro Samurai! ;)

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