Circle Lens Talk with Wengie

Wengie talks about how to buy and compare circle lenses, which are contacts that make your eyes look bigger.

The first thing she talks about is the myth circling around these lenses that they destroy your eyes. As she notes, any makeup that’s sold under suspicious circumstances can be dangerous for you. She says to talk to your eye doctors and choose lenses that are FDA or KDA approved, not ones from sketchy retailers. Wengie urges you to get your eyes checked often in case problems develop, and states that if the lenses aren’t comfortable, you should stop wearing them. She suggests a specific brand of lenses and notes that they’re comfortable and easy to use.

Wengie then provides a quick chart showing some diameters so you can get an idea of what the diameter measurements look like. She notes that the final look is super dependent on the original size of your eye and that everyone will have a different experience with these. She talks about limbal rings, which is the black ring around the eye. She notes that there are many different styles of limbal rings on circle lenses, and which one you choose is a matter of personal preference. Strong limbal rings will make your eyes look bigger without sizing up. She notes that lenses without a limbal ring may look odd on dark eyes because there will be a color bleed effect. She notes that generally circle lenses are manufactured for Asian eyes, so they are designed for dark eyes.

Wengie then talks about tones and the differences between colors. She notes that single tone lenses will look better on darker eyes. She comments that comfort is king, and that you shouldn’t wear circle lenses if they’re not comfortable.

She then reveals her favorite lenses and shows what they look like on her so watchers can see them in action.

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