Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Contact Lens Review: Lenspop Bunny Color Brown

It's no secret, I don't like wearing glasses. I'm not one of those hot looking geeks or nerds that could pull off that "megane" look. Ever since I figured out how to wear contact lenses (probably five years ago) and I never turned back! Goodbye granny look!

If you're looking for a certain circle lens model that provides a subtle enhancement at the same time not being too flashy, read on as the Lenspop Bunny Color Brown might be the perfect pair for you!

This week I'm happy to receive this small parcel fresh from South Korea because I was kindly sponsored by the leading company of circle lens and cosmetic lens, Klenspop. The delivery was so fast that I wasn't expecting to get it anytime soon. I didn't even have my postal ID done yet! Lol. Thanks Klenspop!

L-R: Front and back packaging

I find it nice that they printed the contact lens manual on the back of the box. 
This would save you the trouble of looking for instructions on how to care for their contact lenses if you are totally new to this.

Inside the box: contact lens case, lens tweezers and vials of the circle lens.

LENSPOP Bunny Color Brown

Origin: South Korea
Diameter: 14 mm
Base Curve: 8.6 mm
Water Content: 38%
Lifespan: 1 year
Prescription / Power: Plano to -10.00

I'm glad they have this with my prescription since some online shops don't even sell graded lenses.


Here's what they look like when worn:

Natural Light

Indoor Light

With flash

Front and back design

Rating: 3.5/5 stars

Here's what I think about the Bunny Color Brown. The design of these aren't too harsh and would blend well on dark eyes. These are natural looking brown lenses with a design that is a little bit similar to GEO Grang Grang Brown except these are leaning more on an orangish brown shade. Both of which I find great on everyone with or without makeup due to the small diameter and the soft dark brown limbal ring.


Rating: 3/5 stars

For the color, it gives an ample amount of color change even on the darkest irises. Not too vibrant but not too dull as well. Anyway, I brought along my other brown circle lenses for comparison. Notice that it's more of an orangey brown compared to the yellowish brown hue of my Crystal Peridot Brown and chocolatey brown Crystal Garnet Brown.


Rating: 2.5/5 stars

As for the enlarging effect of this lens, I can't say much. But it doesn't do a bad job either for a regular-sized lens since it does have a thin limbal ring and the print is extended to the edge of the lens. 


Rating: 5/5 stars

I remembered I once ordered a pair at Multiply *cough*AigooShoppe*cough* that was so irritable to the eye that I had no choice but to dispose of them. Thank God this is NOT one of those lens! For three consecutive days, I have worn this for long long hours at school. I'm happy that there is no discomfort so far. Like my previous lenses these are soft and I don't find them too thick. In fact I didn't even remember putting eyedrops on this week as it doesn't dry out my eyes at all.


Personally, I love these. I'd wear this for days that I don't want to looked too dolled up or made up. I could imagine myself wearing different makeup looks with this and still pull it off (unlike my green lenses). If you want something that looks natural and provide decent color change, I say go for it!

For more affordable Korean contact lens like this you better check out Klenspop's online shop at http://klenspop.com/en/ where they have more pretty designs, different brands and sweet deals / discounts! I even saw some toric lenses and another circle lens that looks like a sparkly diamond. Very very lovely.

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  1. This is the kind of contact lens that I can use. I always get the one at EO Optical, freshlook I think.



  2. I love klenspop lenses! I have one too! It look so natural on you <3
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