First up is Princess Mimi Sesame Grey, sometimes called the Bambi Series, from GEO Medical. I actually got two other colors in this style, one in brown and one in green. I've been wearing circle lens for years and I just could not wait to try on the bigger 15mm ones! Plus, I am close to blind without these graded lens. Talk about -3.25 myopia for both eyes.
|Left is the wrong side.|
I find this design special as it has these brown/yellowish specks towards the center. These specks make the lens look natural, almost blending in with your real iris. The limbal ring, the thick, black outline of the lens, contributes to the enlargement effect. If you're going for a natural look, this design might end up a bit too big. As for the color, I love how the grey shows on my dark irises. I used to own an entire Geo Angel and Nudy series and I remember how frustrated I got when I could not have the colors show, unless I'm under a sufficient amount of light. The Princess Mimi/ Bambi series are different and better in this aspect. I bought this pair and the others from Eyecandy Lens, as they carry these with prescription.
|What's left of my lower lashes tray!|
It was chaos but the quiet kind. I was so frustrated at how tiny they were. I am not really a careful person (that's why I only have a pair of them left) not to mention a patient one so the entire process of putting them on was an ordeal. But then, I think I could blame Dolly Wink eyelash glue for most of the difficulty I experienced. They just kept falling off, especially when I tried to bend them towards my eye curve. I eventually changed my eyelash glue to Revlon Precision Lash Adhesive and my life got significantly easier. I think I'll do a review on these two eyelash glue products next time. Moving along, I read some reviews on the different Diamond Lash lower styles and I ended up choosing Princess Eye as I were after a more dramatic, bold look. And yes, I wouldn't spend 20$ on something that wouldn't be that visible!
Of course they look so huge close up, you would say. But these babies, both the lower lashes and circle lens still register as huge and as bold in mid shots!
All in all, I think it's money well spent! Now if you got distracted by my bow (yes I find that a good thing), I think you'd be happy to know that I made it, together with the dress. If you want something like it, and maybe a dress, do visit my page as I accept commissions/custom orders. Then maybe I could buy myself another tray of Princess Eye, hehe!