EOS Cat Eyes Gray *

December 21, 2016 No comments

Hi everyone! I'm finally back from Kuala Lumpur! To be honest my body's still a bit sore from walking so much these past few days, but I'm really glad that I can get to blogging again! I have a ton of photos and stories I want to show you all, as this year's trip was the most ~touristy~ that we've ever been since we started visiting Malaysia every year from 2013. I'll get to sharing those as soon as I finish working on all the photos, but for now, here's a review I did before we left for KL! :)

Speaking of reviews, these days I've been churning out reviews one after the other that I'm quite surprised at myself, since I've always been a lazy blogger. I don't know if you guys remember, but a few months back I talked about how I wasn't able to review lenses for over a year. The truth is, during that time, I continued to receive a contact lenses from sponsors, but I never actually got around to reviewing them. I still feel very guilty about it, so I thought I'd review them now. These lenses already expired a long time ago (some of these were from 2014), so I can't take photos of them when worn anymore. So what I did was, I looked for photos of me wearing any of the lenses I still had. Luckily, I managed to find a few of them sitting in the PC, so I'll be reviewing the ones in those! The first pair is EOS Cat Eyes Gray*, sent to me by LoveShoppingholics

EOS Cat Eyes Gray
Diameter: 14.5mm
Water Content: 38%
Base Curve: 8.8mm
Usage: 1 year

Close-up of lens design

Close up when worn, under direct sunlight

When worn. (As you can see, these were taken when my hair was still long!)

Photo taken using my phone.


The color is a mix of grey and yellow, with a black limbal ring. The design is quite interesting because the limbal ring isn't a full circle if you look at the close-up photos you can see that there are spaces in between the ring. It's because the whole lens has a diffused (?) sort of design. I really like it. Even the center ring isn't 100% opaque. This way it blends much more nicely with my eye color, as compared to designs where the center ring is just a solid circle.


At 14.5mm, the enlargement is quite nice. Large enough to look dolly, but still natural-looking. Not too large that it would look alien-like. This is just a personal preference, but I find that 14.5mm is the best diameter for natural-looking doll eyes.


As I remember, these were very comfortable when worn. No discomfort even after I've worn them for 8+ hours.


Out of all the lenses I received in 2014, these were my favorite. Very pretty and perfect for LARME-kei, which I'd just started getting into at the time. Too bad my eyes were in a really bad condition then, so I had to stop wearing lenses for a while. (I had a hard time looking for photos wearing them!) Given the chance, I'd definitely get a pair of these again!

You can get these lenses at LoveShoppingholics for $22.90, with a cute animal lens case for every single pair of circle lens purchased. Aside from lenses, they also have a variety of Japanese and Korean cosmetics from brands such as Dolly Wink, Diamond Lash, and 3CE. Plus, they offer free shipping for orders over $50! Go check it out! ;)

Disclosure: This product was sent to me by LoveShoppingholics 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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