review : Dueba Crystal.i Grey Lens

May 10, 2014 No comments

Dueba Crystal.i Grey |

Hello, everyone! Time for another much-delayed contact lens review. I mentioned this before, but when I did the shoot for these lenses a couple of months ago, I shot a total of five pairs of lenses, including this one. You might notice that my hairstyle + clothes will be the same for the next two contact lens reviews as well, haha! This also explains why my eyes are a bit red in the photos ;; Anyway. Today's lenses are Dueba Crystal.i Grey, sent to me by Lens Village.

Dueba Crystal.i Grey |
The lenses in the case.

Dueba Crystal.i Grey |
When worn, up close.

Dueba Crystal.i Grey |

The design is just as the name says-- it really does look like a crystal, especially up close. I prefer this type of crystal design over other more obvious ones (like GEO's Diamond series * A *). The grey does have a bit of a bluish hue, but not so much that it looks more blue than grey. The limbal ring is the thin type, and is in grey as well. It's visible, but it's not as obvious as black limbal rings. The only problem I have with these lenses is that the middle doesn't blend into my eyes as nicely and naturally as, say, the Cocoro Grey.

Supposedly 14.2mm, but these seem more enlarging than my 14.5mm lenses. So strange! I like it though.

No problems here -- I was a bit hesitant to try wearing them for more than 5 hours (since the design is very visible, I was scared that there may be problems with comfort), but my eyes didn't hurt or anything when I did.

If you're going for a natural yet striking look, then these are great. Since the crystal design isn't very obvious, these lenses are okay to wear for everyday. But since the design is very pretty, and even prettier up close, they're sure to catch people's eyes and become a topic of conversation, heheh~ * 3 *

A few reminders:
☆ It is your responsibility to minimize the risk of wearing lenses, and you are best advised to consult your eye doctor beforehand. Kindly please read the wear & care guide carefully to ensure proper handling of lenses. The rule of thumb for lenses: if you experience any discomfort, remove the lens immediately.
☆ Though the lenses were sponsored by Lens Village, everything written here is 100% my honest opinion.
☆ All photos used in this review belong to me. Please do not take them without my permission!!

Okay! Another contact lens review down, but I still have a lot more to go! Because I can be quite slow, there are still A TON of other contact lenses and cosmetics that I have yet to review, so please watch out for that. Thanks for reading ☆

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