So.... I'm now averaging, like, one post a week. Ack. I have to pump up the quantity, yeah? Step one: post this review right now. 8) The lenses in this review were very kindly sponsored by LoveShoppingholics. (I have reviewed their service here, actually.)
(Rar--- my face looks huge, here. ; _ ; )
Enlargement: 8/10 These are listed at 15 mm, and for being the maximum DIA for circle lenses, they do not enlarge very much at all.
Colour/Design: 10/10 Love. Just pure love. These lenses are, as I had hoped, yellow. Or gold, if you prefer. They are rather opaque, but not fully so, like the EOS Dollyeye series is. Since they are not fully opaque, you sometimes see a glittery effect over a darker eye colour, where there are 'splits' in the lens colour, radiating from the center. I also get a gorgeous bit of a halo effect, sometimes. Unf.
Anyway, in some lighting, these lenses look positively yellow. In most lighting, though, they are an obvious sort of golden colour. Nothing quite too overwhelming, though, what with very occasional darker lines and streaks of orange-brown throughout. (Fairly visible in low light, too, for not being super-light nor completely opaque.)
Comfort: 9.5/10 Most lenses from Fynale and Luxury Babe are made by Belmore, but some are OEMs from Vassen/Dueba. Whichever brand makes these, they are rather thin and super comfortable. (The water content is supposed to be 45%, so that likely plays a part.)
(Very srs bsns. Very.)
All in all, these turned out even better than I hoped for. It has been a while since I've gotten so excited over a pair of lenses. In fact, I've fallen so in love with the Luxury Babe 12 Browns that I've worn them almost every time I put in lenses over the past 2 weeks. Simply put, these are rather like a slightly more 'natural' pair of EOS Dollyeye Brown (which I also adored, and were my second pair of circle lenses ever). In three words, these are 'bold, but believable'. <33 (Or perhaps 'daring, but darling'...)
And here are the extra pics, as usual: One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, and Eleven.
You can watch the video review here on Youtube, or view it below.
And one more, for the road, because I like these lenses so damned much~. Toodles!