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Unread 06-07-2011, 11:50 AM   #1
millychu
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Review: Dueba Puffy 3 Tone Green Lenses

I bought it from honeycolor:
http://www.honeycolor.com/dueba-puffy-3-tone-green.html

The total (inc. shipping) was about $27, however I just found out that you can get it for $15 at thedollyeye because they're having a sale and there's free worldwide shipping (honeycolor also ships worldwide but not free). Here:
http://www.thedollyeye.com/catalog.p...&ret=index.php

Review:
The package is great and it came in 12 working days which is pretty decent! Everything is in great condition and even though I am a first time contact lens user as well as a first time circle lens user (of course) I am more than satisfied. I can't even feel them in my eyes anymore, I often question if I lost one haha! The color is BEAUTIFUL. They don't show up on my eyes too brightly because I have dark eyes, they probably look better on lighter eyes but nonetheless they still look stunning and are noticeable enough to go to conventions with! The pattern and colors are beautiful. There is only little enlargement because even though these lenses are fairly large, one mm of the outer diameter is clear, about 7-8 mm are colored (black, green, and yellow), the rest is clear for the pupil. Mine are prescribed -1.00 for each eye and I see perfectly. There is a small halo effect, if you ask me I'd say this leans towards the "natural" side but once again still pretty noticeable.

More on the package:
There is a little box (neat and cute, there are lens insertion instructions on the back) that honeycolor made and inside are two pockets containing the tiny jars, the jars are a pain to open so they were definitely sealed completely. There was no defect nor crack on anything. I also received the lens case that came with the lens for free (as always), it's completely adorable, the caps were two purple fishies haha.

Extra:
I use Biotrue solution from Bausch + Lomb (Around $6-7 at Walgreens for 4 fl. oz). It's not the no rub kind but it's fairly great. It soaks the lens and disinfects them well. It's just that it stings for a minute or two when I just put the lens in but I think it's just because I'm not used to the lens xD

Here is a pic, sorry that it's crappy but I guess it'll do:
http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/q.../contacts3.jpg

Hope this helped! ; u ;
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