Wednesday, July 11, 2012

[Review] Dueba Puffy 3 Tone (AKA Royal Vision Macaron or G&G Shinny) in Aqua Blue




Details:
Brand: Dueba
Product Name: Puffy 3 Tone
Diameter: 14.5mm
Water Content: 38%
Life Span: 1 year
Other names: Royal Vision Macaron, 
G&G Shinny
Store Purchased From: eyecandylens.com






Quick Look:
Design: 5/5
Colors transition and blend well. A natural effect!
Worn Appearance: 4/5
Not boring, not scary, but they stand out great though!
Comfort: 3.5/5
Not the best but still better than most.


OVERALL RATING:
4/5





Pros/Cons:
I'm really happy with these! I typically like lenses that blend well and have that natural finish (lighter towards the iris, dark towards the limbal/Limbus) Which don't get me wrong, a lot of lenses do, but these still stand out like a mother fucker. I personally love that.

When I put them on, I noticed they were so pigmented and bright! Especially with flash on, they seemed almost ~illuminated~ within the contact. It's crazy! Maybe it wasn't as natural as I would've preferred, but this is like the Superman of lenses. Very bold, but you still don't look like an alien. Probably.

They start off unusually very comfortable when cleaned and applied properly, even after some invasive makeup application. Usually with other lenses I can go about 2-3 hours until my eyes get dry and then 2 hours later I'm dying to take them off, if it's an 8 hour school/work day. But with these, I feel that I get maybe 1 or 2 hours more until I have to pull out the Visine or Rohto. So wear time is extended, but not by very much

I'll definitely purchase these again the second they tear or expire! For me, the visual effect overpowers the small cons of the comfort. Beauty is pain, I guess.


Yes, it's time to gander at my large pores, cakey makeup, and failed photoshop attempts.
Here are some photos in different lightings and mediums. Sorry for the inconsistency, they were all taken at different times. I had a hard time selecting good photos. Practice make perfect, they say.

Dark Indoor Lighting at Night
It was very dark so I did add some light in PS.
But here you can see the dullness of the lens without light. 
Warm Indoor Lighting at Night
Indoors, Natural Day Light

Facing a Spot Light Indoors at Night
These are stills from a tutorial I filmed. 
The ISO was really high and it made my face look ridiculous, so crop crop crop.
But the lenses look great!
This is Indoors, Facing Natural Day Light!


My Purchase:
I was really happy that I bought the lens from eyecandylens.com! I got so many things that extra things in my purchase that I didn't put in my cart or ask for, like the uber cute packaging (still had stupid vials though ;3;) lens care instructions, a business card with expiry date form on the back for reference, a contacts lens case (although it wasn't a cute puffy animal one like a frog or hippo. ;3;) and a free gift! I got little whale earrings! n3n






Quick Note:
Sorry it took so long to get this up! My previous blog posts usually took me a few hours to compile, so I thought this one was going to be epic, long, and detailed because I loved them so much and I thought I needed the time. But apparently not! :3


Have a great day!

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