review : Dueba Wondereye Pink (Super Nudy Pink) Lens

March 18, 2012 No comments

Dueba Wondereye Super Nudy Pink | chainyan.co
Hello everyone! Today's circle lens review is sponsored by PinkyParadise. Based in Malaysia, PinkyParadise has one of the largest circle lens collections around, with over 600+ choices of circle lenses. What's more, they always have ready stocks. Products are shipped out in 1-3 days. I actually got my package just a little more than a week after being shipped out!

Dueba Wondereye Super Nudy Pink | chainyan.co
For this review, they sent me Dueba Wondereye Pink* lenses, also known as Super Nudy Pink lenses. I actually got these from PinkyParadise sometime late January, and am only posting this review now. I initially wanted to review a different lens first, but I suddenly had enough photos for these (since I wear them all the time) so I'm reviewing these first.

Dueba Wondereye Super Nudy Pink | chainyan.co
When worn, under natural light.

Dueba Wondereye Super Nudy Pink | chainyan.co
When worn indoors. The color and design are still visible, though they look a bit purplish here.

Dueba Wondereye Super Nudy Pink | chainyan.co
With flash. So pretty!

Color & Design:
I love the color and design on these. I love that the design's still visible even indoors. Buttt, what I especially really like is the color! Not so opaque for the color to be overpowering, but not so translucent either. I do have a tiny problem with the design though. While I really like the overall look of Super Nudy lenses (whether it's from GEO or Dueba), I do kind of prefer the design of the Nudy lenses. If these didn't have such an apparent black limbal ring, then they would've been perfect for me.

Enlargement:
At 14.7mm, these are pretty enlarging! At first I was scared because the label said 14.5, but it turns out that the diameter is 14.7 still. I compared them to my GEO Super Nudy Brown lenses, which are 14.8mm, and they're almost the same size.

Comfort:
Really comfortable! I do tend to feel it moving in my left eye sometimes, but not so much that it bothers me. It goes away after a while. The GEO version of these lenses seem to be more comfortable for me to wear.

Overall:
Putting aside the two issues (which are both very subjective, haha) that I have with these lenses, they're really pretty good. They look really sweet too, and are great in time for Spring! For the last photo, I did a simple sweet look with them. The most important point of the whole look are the lenses! They're really nice for a natural gyaru or even a mori gyaru look.

You can get these lenses at PinkyParadise for $22.90. More than just circle lenses, PP also carries other products such as falsies, mascara, facial masks, BB creams, etc. Also, PinkyParadise prides itself on being 'your eye make up one-stop online beauty store' — meaning almost all of the products you will ever need, you can find on PP! That's why they're one of the most well-known online beauty stores around. :)

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