Hope everyone is having a good weekend. I did!
I'm back for another circle lens review. Geo Nudy Green. Code name: CH-623.
I can't remember where I purchased these, but you can find a list of sites that sell them in my sidebar. If you're looking to see if they have these in prescription, sorry they don't. Green lenses aren't popular enough to be made into prescript. lenses. So most of the time, you will find green lenses sold in plano (0.00).
GEO NUDY GREEN (CH-623) REVIEW:
I've heard some people not liking these as they're too subtle. But, I like them. I really like the green it is. It's not really vibrant (example: Dolly eye Green), but more a gemstone green. This green is very pretty in natural light. It doesn't have any real noticeable under tones of blue or red. It does have a subtle tinge of yellow, very subtle. But I'd prefer yellow than blue or red.
Three and a half because it does enlarge noticeably even though they are 14.0 mm. These lenses are printed pretty close to the edge of the lens. I also do get a nice halo effect around my iris. I like.
Comfort is good for me. I wear my Nudy browns alot and find they are one of the most comfortable for me. Sometimes more so than my EOS lenses. However, some have complained they find the Nudy series to be the least comfortable. So to each his own.
Another 3.5, because they aren't bright. I find two toned lenses much more natural looking than three tone lenses. It seems that three tone lenses give the eye a more bulbous effect, because of the center star burst which tends to be lighter. Of course you will have the exception of incredibly fake looking lenses like Geo Angel Green and natural looking three tone lenses like Queenie X9 Green.
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