Hola! Long time no see. :] I just finished editing the next review~~. (It's for green lenses-- again. Haha.) In any case, these lenses were ever-so-generously sponsored by Lens Village.
(If I may, I'mma' just plug the Lens Village blog, too, which is chock full of lens reviews that I know that a lot of you would be interested in. So hop over once you're done reading this one. ;P)
Enlargement: 7/10 The Natural 3-tone series is 14 mm, and enlarges exactly as much (or little, rather) as I might expect.
Colour/Design: 7/10 So. I saw pix of these lenses and they looked positively yellow/orange. My pair? Not so much. :/ The colour is rather opaque, but not extremely light: the center has a brilliant, vibrant orange, and the outside has a surprisingly green-hued brown. Like, the outside colour looks more green than brown up close. (Not necessarily a bad thing, but yeah.) From a distance, the inner ring of orange gives an intriguing 'pop' of colour to an otherwise subtle lens and keep them looking 'brown' rather than 'hazel'.
Comfort: 9/10 Dueba (and G&G) lenses are generally rather comfy for me. These are no exception.
Welp. I don't quite know how I feel about these lenses. They are super-subtle, and I do not often like subtle in my color contact lenses. Haha. What's pretty cool is that they sort of pick up the colours in my hair. Other than that? I will not likely be wearing these any time soon. (But they look so pretty in the case!!) [[Oh! And I think Lens Village has an ongoing sale on the Natural 3-tone series: 15 bucks a pair right now~~.]]
No video review (yet)- I accidentally deleted it. Herpderp. (I also ripped a Blytheye Grey lens this week-- what is going on with me lately?!) Anyway, I'll try and have it up by Monday. C:
COMING SOON. . .