Friday, June 19, 2015

Madonna Green Lens Review {Klenspop Sponsored}~

Hello hello hello!
Woohoo it's been less than two weeks since I've posted (unlike last time... oops).
Today I have a circle lens review for you guys! Once again, it's sponsored by the lovely online shop Klenspop, which sells a wide variety of circle lenses at very affordable prices- I highly recommend them if you're looking for nice circle lenses at a reasonable price!

I chose a pair of green lenses, since I don't currently have any. The pair that I got is the Madonna Green lens, and although the design is quite similar to the Geo Princess Mimi lenses in Apple Green (I'll actually be reviewing them soon!), it's a lot more wearable because the diameter is quite small.
Basic lens info (as always)

Brand: Neo Vision
Diameter: 14.0mm
Design Diameter: 13.5mm
Water Content: 35%
Base Curve: 8.6mm
Life Span: 1 Year
Price: $13.00 USD

The lenses came packaged the way that they usually do from Klenspop,

In the boxes were the lens vials, a lens case, and a pair of tweezers for picking up the lenses.
As usual~
This time however, the lens vials were in a plastic casing so that they don't wobble about, which I think was a great idea.
Here are some more photos of the lens vials~ They have a lot of Korean writing (which I can't read), but maybe it holds some useful information for those of you that can read it~

You can sort of see the design here~
Here are closeups of the lenses when worn in different lighting, as usual~

Window Light
Ah they're so pretty I love these lenses so much <3

Window Light with Camera Flash
You can really see how well the lens color fades in with my natural eye color; little specks of green float further in to the centre.
Just noticed that the righter looks much darker than the left .-.
Dim Lighting
Naturally, the color isn't as vivid this way, but you can still tell it's green!
And of course, full face photos~
 Since these lenses aren't super enlarging, I tried a much different aesthetic than I usually do. Normally I love the big eyed cutesy look, but lately I've been really interested in the super fashionable androgynous look, so I tried something akin to that. There's really no way to make my face look masculine, since it lacks angles (seriously ;n;), but I think the result was quite interesting~ These lenses really helped to emphasize my eyes without making them look too 'dolly'.

Derpy photo x3
(I used fake tattoos- here's a closeup photo of them cause I thought they looked fab~)

Anyway, that's it with a photos, now a few comments on the lenses.

Although the color of these lenses isn't super natural due to the stark green and black, it does end up looking relatively natural since the lenses aren't enlarging. The diameter of the lens is approximately that of my iris, so the only thing that changes is my eye color, not the size of my eye. Due to this lack of change in size, the lenses are easily worn with minimal (or no) eye makeup. Thus, they're more practical for everyday use rather than super enlarging lenses ^_^

The comfort of these is... well... it's not awful. The right lens was perfectly comfortable, but my left eye was so dry all the time! Whenever I blinked I could feel the lens sliding around and it was quite uncomfy >_> I used eyedrops, but they only helped temporarily. Maybe my left eye was being sensitive that day, but just in case, I thought I'd tell you guys.

Anyway, thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed this review~ I definitely recommend these lenses for when you want to have a more natural look, but while still emphasizing your eyes and changing their color.
What do you think of the androgynous(attempted) look? 
How would you style these lenses?


  1. they look great on you! ♡
    followed you~ ♡



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