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February 21, 2012

[Review] EOS XtraVaganza Pink(G-210)

Hello ladies~ And possibly one or two stalker men ;D (I know who you are... LOL)
I have been suuuper busy(it's finals week T^T) so I haven't been making any posts, but good news is that for the month of March, I will be able to do my nails!!!

 
SO FREAKING HAPPY!

I will be sure to make some nail tutorials ^^ Something I haven't done in ages~ but my nails will be pretty short.. I have one month to do my nails, so I'm guessing around four nail designs? kekeke

Ok, enough with that,
EOS XtraVaganza Pink (EOS G-210 Pink)



I actually won these from QoQo's 2011 Year End Giveaway btw! She wrapped everything up so nicely with bubble wrap :3




Lens Description:
Manufacturer: EOS
Model: G-210
Series: XtraVaganza
Diameter: 14.5mm
B.C: 8.8mm
Lens Type: Yearly Disposable



No Lens
Bright window lighting 

Indoor Lighting

 Here are some poser pics with them on:




(Ratings are all out of 5)
Design&Color: 
Light pink in color. It is really opaque and noticeable, the pink definitely shows through. The design is really simple. Obviously not natural and doesn't blend. Aside from this, I don't have much else to say.

Enlargement:  
Every. Single. Lens. Enlarge my eyes! I don't think I have small eyes but maybe it's just my iris size that makes all lenses seem to enlarge well :P These are 14.5mm so they do not look overly huge at all.

Comfort: 
I only wore these for a short period of time, but I think they were quite comfortable. EOS lenses do have thinner lenses after all.

Overall: 
The EOS XtraVaganza Pink lenses totally remind of anime eyes, in fact, I was tempted to apply anime makeup when I wore these xD Personally, I do not have much of an opinion about them, it's neither love or hate. However, I do not mind them. I only gave these lenses 3 stars though because well, let me tell you a little story which freaked me out:


When I was rubbing the lenses with solution before applying them, I noticed a greyish black liquid. BLACK WATER! I was seriously like O.O when I saw this. I mean, where did it come from?? The solution is clear!! I realized that the black part of the lens design itself was being rubbed off. 
Really? 
What the heck. 
Could I go blind from wearing these then? 
Aren't these lenses supposed to have the color "sandwiched" in the lens?

Let's take a look at some comparison photos:
Yeah bro, before and after. Comparing the left lenses in both photos - See how black the rim was before?

After a while of rubbing, there was no longer any black water, so... I went for it. I KNOW. Could be dangerous but I have no idea why I still wore them .______. Well, I didn't go blind and they were completely fine afterwards. 

Still, what do you guys think I should do? throw them? *sob sob* I wanted to make at least one tutorial with these though~ T^T





That's all for now, I plan to hold a giveaway that I've been meaning to do since I had 100 followers, but now it's been long over due :P So that will be coming up. Well, I'll be posting more regularly in March!

For the rest of the week, I hope that I do well for my finals!
I should go study now... Ciao~


Don't forget that LensVillage Blog's first giveaway is still going on ^^
GEO Grang Grang Giveaway

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