6.3.12

Review: G&G/Dueba Max Pure Grey


Again, life eats my time online. Sorry, all. <3  (And sorry to those ladies whose blogs I haven't been commenting on lately. D: )   ~~  On topic, though, thanks so much to the lovely Kiwiberry for sponsoring these lenses! <3

♥- Don't forget to use the discount code, NOXIN, to get 15% off your purchase at Kiwiberry! <3 -♥



Enlargement: 8/10  About any Max Pure series is 14.5 mm, and these are no exception.  Average enlargement for that size.



Colour/Design: 7.5/10  The Max Pure design is very well known: a dark ring (but not thick) and a thin ring of colour inside of that. The colour is opaque enough, but 'fades' as it goes inward, so there's a nice transition to your natural eye colour. (The Max Pure design looks amazing on light eyes.)  Anyway, the grey itself is blue-ish, and not all too light.  It isn't dark, really, but it's definitely rather subtle in most lightings.




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- G&G/Dueba Max Pure Grey vs. G&G/Dueba 3D Grey -


Comfort: 9.5/10  G&G/Dueba is always rather comfy for me~.



All in all, the Max Pure Greys are a nice enough pair of lenses.  They enlarge a decent amount and the design is a rather popular one.  Due to my taste in lenses (I've a flair for the dramatic), these lenses just will not end up in my pile of favourites.  (Sorry.) They're dolly and adorable, but they simply.... are not exciting enough for me. D:


And here are the extra pics, as usual: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, and Six.
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You can watch the video review here on Youtube, or view it below.
 
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And coming up next, reviews for:
G&G/Dueba Carnival 20 (aka. Solid Red)
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EOS A3 ('Bambi') Grey

20 comments:

  1. I have a pair similar to this. Can't get over my love of circle lenses lolol. Sometimes I'm a bit envious of you sponsored gals!

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    1. I totally agree with you lol. So envious.

      www.emaura.com

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  2. They look so nice on you! I always liked how the pure maxes have a gradient that blends into the eyes :3
    Can't wait for the red lenses! I've always wanted one, but have no reason to get them xD

    tht-christina.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks so much! And yeah-- if only I hadn't smashed that one lens vial somehow. ; _ ; Could've had those red lenses reviewed already.

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  3. I love this on you! :) I love the brown ones too! <3

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  4. I love the max pure series..great review :)

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    1. Thank you~. And. Welp. Glad you like the series-- it's never looked quite right on me. Haha

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  5. I really love the gradient of these lenses. xD Can't believe I didn't follow you before Noxxin! :3 Deepest apologies. xD

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    1. Ahaha- no need to apologize: only to follow...ize. >.>'

      And yeah--- the gradient/fade on this design is its main appeal~.

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  6. I'm totally with you. Now, if they were as bright as say, the dollyeye series, I'd snap them up. The design is nice, but the color is boring. D:

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    1. Agree with you on all points, dude. :/

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  7. Oh you and your dramatic eyeballs! I think these are very flattering and natural on you~

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  8. Ah good old Max Pure, they were my first favourite pair. >< I like how the grey ones look on you though you're right, they aren't crazy!

    AND UPCOMING, BAMBI FROM EOS? MIND = BLOWN. I'm an EOS stan.. and didn't even know those exists. I .. must.. get!

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    1. Ohh my gosh: the 'Pure' design on any light eye colour is sublime~. Makes sense they were your first favourites. Hagha

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  9. Seriously can't wait for the mimi review~

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    1. Hope it ended up being to you liking!

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  10. these look great on you!! i have hazel eyes but they my max pure greens sat really off center for me =/ the base curve is not right for me at all

    makebelievemaven.blogspot.com

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    1. Yikes~. It's possible it was the brand~. o: EOS' base curve differs from G&G/Dueba's base curve.

      Each brand makes its own version of the max pures. :]

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