Bunny 3Color Green * + Bunny 3Color Gray *

December 1, 2016 No comments


Hey everyone! Here's another contact lens review for you, courtesy of K-lenspop. These were in my haul post last month – I finally got to take photos of everything just the other day. The lenses are Bunny 3Color Green* and Bunny 3Color Gray* ♥





Bunny 3Color Green + Bunny 3Color Grey
Diameter: 14.5mm
Graphic Diameter: 13.3mm
Water Content: 38%
Base Curve: 8.6mm
Usage: 6 months



Close-up of both lenses


On my hand. Even though this is a 14.5mm diameter lens, look how small the area with the design is.



Bunny 3Color Green, direct sunlight + indoor lighting (fluorescent lights)




Bunny 3Color Green, when worn



Bunny 3Color Gray, direct sunlight + indoor lighting (fluorescent lights)




Bunny 3Color Gray, when worn

COLOR & DESIGN

When I saw the design on these, I was very excited to try them out because they're the type that I like. Sadly, because the graphic diameter on these are way too small–smaller than my iris, even–the design is lost on my super dark brown eyes. In the photos above they colors of the lenses look quite vivid because I was looking up at the light source, but in real life I couldn't even tell the photos where I was wearing the green lenses from the ones where I was wearing the grey ones.

ENLARGEMENT

Even if the lenses themselves have a diameter of 14.5mm, the graphic diameter (the diameter of the actual lens design) is only 13.3mm. According to Google-sensei, iris size varies from person to person with a range of 10.2 to 13mm. Mine seems to be larger than that, so the design of the lens itself doesn't even cover my whole iris.

COMFORT

I'm not sure if this is because of the small graphic diameter, but sometimes I feel that this lens moves around in my eye and that my vision becomes a bit fuzzy whenever I blink. It doesn't feel very painful, just a bit uncomfortable.

FINAL THOUGHTS

While these lenses are pretty and quite natural-looking, I feel that this might work better for people with lighter eye colors. Also, because the graphic diameter isn't the usual 14mm~14.8mm that you find in most circle lenses, people like me with a slightly larger iris size might want to look for something else.

You can get these lenses at K-lenspop for $18, and if you use the code R9LAF9SP upon checkout, you can get a 10% discount. By the way, these lenses are currently on sale at $4.50 a pair, so you might want to check that out! ;)


Disclosure: This product was sent to me by K-lenspop for review, but the opinions expressed here are 100% my own. Financial compensation was not received for this post. Please see my full disclosure policy for more information.

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