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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!!!


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)
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.

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.

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.

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. 
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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