A long, long time ago, when I first had only an inkling about circle lenses, I ended up at Honeycolor.com and was mesmerized at their wide selection! It took a bit of a deep and eager deliberation before I chose my first pairs. Somehow, I really liked Geo Honey Wing and ordered that along with Geo Angel Violet (will be another review). I was really appreciative to Honeycolor for their service especially that they ship to Guam at a sensible price, which is always a plus for me!
**Heh! I tried to make it sound pretty dramatic. But that was kind of like the experience :P
Geo Honey Wing Review
Color4/5 The color is really not the easiest to see but that's quite alright. Sometimes, I DO wish it would be a tad bit more obvious :/
4/5 When I first fell in love♥ with these, I thought that the design was very pretty. I like the design still and I think it looks nice in person. However, it may not photograph as well because sometimes it looks a bit... how can I put it?... Reptile-looking. ~----->~
3/5 :) This really brings me back since I've tried larger lenses :D I used to think that these were BIG! ^0^ Now, as a more mature circle lens consumer, I understand that these deserve only a 3, which is good for me! I opt for more natural sizes, anyway. Also, the broken line pattern on the limbal ring makes the enlargement even more subtle.
4/5 They felt pretty comfortable the very first time I've tried them. They can be a bit drying though, and there were good days and bad days. There were times I wouldn't feel them in my eyes, and then there were others when they felt dry and scratchy. D;
4/5 Sentiments aside for being my first lenses, these lenses are still a good choice ^^d Points off for comfort and those other things, but not enlargement for me. If that's important to you, then it's something to think about more :)
|Taken last year while slightly considering blogging :D|
|2nd pair but they're still unopened... |
Too cute packaging from Shoppingholics!! :3
Did a test run in my box with my not-too-souped-up point-and-shoot. I think it's alright for the first try ;) Still learning lighting and other camera settings. I'll get better, yah? Yah!!! \(^0^)/