Saturday, October 7

Princess Pinky Sensual Grey Lens Review

It's amazing how eye color and makeup can change up your look so much. It's been awhile since I've worn colored lenses but today I'm making an exception because these are just too stunning to pass up!

I got these lenses from one of the largest international circle lens store They have been around since my Gyaru phase and are still going strong today. They provide a huge selection of authentic, colored, prescription and all the cosplay lenses you can think of!

I've been wearing prescription glasses for quite awhile now and it's hard for me to find the right prescription match for the lens design that I want here in the Philippines. With PinkyParadise I don't need to sacrifice style for eye comfort since most of their lens designs come with the grades/plano that I need. I love that I can order these lenses and get them in 2 weeks or so straight at my doorstep without needing to go to the post office to claim them (super convenient for me!)

Let your eyes do the talking! The Princess Pinky series is perfect for that unapologetically sexy stare!

For large and exotic looking eyes. These lenses will give you bigger and sexier eyes with its defined enlarging limbal ring. Richly pigmented to give you that striking eye color to mask your own. These lenses will not only make you look oh-so-sexy but will also add a great detail to your eye makeup that we bet you’ll love.

Lens Info

Brand / Princess Pinky
Origin / South Korea
Diameter / 14.5mm
Base Curve / 8.6mm
Water Content / 38%
Life Span / Yearly
Prescription / -0.00 ~ -10.00

SRP $25.90 ($12.95 only if you use my 50% off code below!

Close-up view of the lenses when worn


5/5 Color- These are the most strikingly pigmented pair of grey lenses I've ever owned. It's nearly opaque but it looks very natural in real life. If you have dark eyes and want to change up your eye look to lighten them then these lenses are it!

5/5 Vibrancy- Very vibrant light grey shade with a tinge of blue. Covers up dark eye colors very well.

5/5 Design- Very natural-looking eye design with a light colored limbal ring on the outer corners

3.5/5 Comfort- Comfortable for its diameter. I have very dry eyes and my opthalmologist recently prescribed eye drops for my condition which is why I rarely use contact/circle lenses anymore.

5/5 Diameter/Enlargement- The effect of these lenses make it look like they're 15 mm lenses instead of its actual diameter which is 14.5mm. These are very enlarging considering they have no thick limbal rings to give that dolly big eye look. 

Overall Take

I love how contact lens design has evolved over the years from the dolly looking lenses to the current Solotica-inspired ones that look very natural but are very pigmented that they cover-up and lighten up dark eye colors. These lenses really change up your whole look and if you're bored with your dark colored eyes then these will definitely give you that striking light eye color for a change. Love how these come in different shades too if grey is not your thing. With that being said, there is nothing wrong with having dark colored eyes, it's just fun to play around with different colored lenses every now and then.  

I highly recommend these lenses for those who want to change up their eye look to go with their eye makeup or for those who need colored prescription lenses. I don't recommend these for every day use though for those with dry eye conditions like mine since they might make your symptoms worse. 

Here's a treat for all my readers out there! Get  50% off on any of the lenses at

Enter code    50pinkoolaid
during checkout and get any of their lenses at half the price ;)

FYI I do not get any commission from this code. This was just given to me as a treat for my readers since I have been getting my lenses from Pinkyparadise for a couple of years now. 

Ps. I do not look like this everyday :))) I'm wearing lenses and a lot of makeup and lashes than I normally do.

Take care! xx

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