Thursday, February 13, 2014

(Review ★) G&G Shinny Pink, a.k.a. Puffy 3 tone Pink [SPONSORED by Pinkyparadise]

Hello everyone~
I have a sponsored lens review today from PinkyParadise
Today's lens review is G&G Shinny Pink lens which is also known as Barbie 3 Tone Pink lens

This is my first time being sponsored by PinkyParadise, and I am really happy for being able to do this review
There are thousands of customers all around the world, who purchase lens from PinkyParadise
But if you guys are not familiar with PinkyParadise, they are one of the biggest Circle Lens website, that has almost all major Korean circle lenses.
Not only that they also have, eye care product such as eye drops, and adorable contact lens cases!

And not just the lens related items, they also sell cosmetic stuff such as facial mask, false eyelashes, BB cream and etc!
You can find variety of Asian beauty product on there, so it is must see!!

Anyhow, when PinkyParadise said they will send me free pair of circle lens in my choice, I thought I should try some more Pink lens~!
Because I just loved the color for my Baviphat Pink
After 2 weeks of waiting, my package from PinkyParadise finally came!!

As you can see the package came in bubble wrapped envelop as well as lens being wrapped twice with foam to prevent bottles from breaking~! (I always prioritize safety!)

And along with my lens, and their famous free animal lens case,
I also got this free gift with it.
I am just really amazed with how they read my mind, cause I have been wanting to purchase more of fringe holder, but never got around it!
And there it is when I opened my package, I got this~!!

(** As always, check for any flaws and damages before opening!)

Diameter: 14.5mm
Water Content: 38%
Base Curve: 8.6mm
Usage: 1 Year
Price: 25.90 USD (PinkyParadise)

At first it might be hard to tell if the lens is inside out or not at the first look
But if you see it closer, you can actually see that the outer ring actually look purplish color when its inside out!
So be sure to check the ring, before you put them on~



Comfort:  ★★★★★/★★★★★
Hula Effect:  ★★★★★/★★★★★
Doughnut Effect: ★★★★★/★★★★★
Color: ★★★★★/★★★★★
Design: ★★★★★/★★★★★
Enlargement: ★★★★★/★★★★★

Comfort, must have to get the perfect score, because to check out the comfort level, I actually wore it to work for 9 straight hours. Even though I did use eye drops couple time, but it actually felt really moist and felt comfortable for a long time of wearing!
(** However I recommend you guys to wear color contact lenses no more than 6 hours per day!)

Hula Effect, gets perfect score too, because the lens stayed on where it is supposed to be!

Doughnut Effect, I do see some Doughnut effect occurs when I move around my eyes exaggerated. However, because print of the lens is very vivid, it is barely noticeable, so I give perfect score.

Color / Design, was absolutely amazing. This lens has that blooming flower-like design with yellow inner design. And not only that, the color is actually vivid, even on dark eyes!
And I got so many compliments with this lens, saying they look amazing~
This lens goes really well with pink color make up!

Enlargement, gets perfect score as well, because even though the outer ring is quite thing, it did its job with making your eyes look big!

If you guys liked my review, go grab your pair of G&G Shinny Pink today~!
And if you guys enter "khyunwal" in coupon code area, when you are purchasing from PinkyParadise, along with your purchase you will be getting a mystery gift with it!
So remember to put the code in, to get your gift!





  1. I've tried a couple Puffy 3 tones before, but they're way too big on my eyes (and make me look like an alien). These look really nice, though! BTW, what's a Hula/Doughnut effect? I've heard of a "halo" effect, but not those o.o

    1. I was little worried to try out this one too, cause it has very vivid color and print. But surprisingly this lens blended really well and the color was very subtle! Hula and Doughnut effect is kind of Korean term for circle lens discomforts. Hula effect is when the lens cannot follow your eyes' movement, so it will do that hula hoop like effect on your eyes (lens move around and away from you eyes, which cause blurry vision). Doughnut effect is the term used to describe when you can see the gap between your actual eyes and the circle lens (you can see the picture as example from my EOS Ice Brown Review). But this effect happens when the lens diameter is bigger than your own eyes, and also occurs when the color is little bit transparent rather than being solid color. I hope this cleared it out for you ^^

  2. Thanks for the clear up!~ I'm fairly new to circle lenses myself (like, last summer or something), and don't wear them on a regular basis haha.


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