No, I didn't sew a flower for my eyes:) Please don't be anger with me but I don't have a shoe sugar post today. I'm going to try and get caught up with some stuff I had been getting backed up with and spend some time with Molly.
But I did want to show you my new eye sugar.Ever since I started to wear contacts I've longed to change my eye color. I tried the Acuvue colored soft lenses but they barely made a dent in my dark brown/almost black eyes. And in the daylight they were almost imperceptible. So I gave up on ever having green eyes.
But recently I came across hand painted lenses. From what I could tell in photos they completely changed the color of the eye in a more natural way. But at the time they were just wayyy to expensive. Since then, they've come down in price, a lot down, and I finally decided to invest in a pair from FX Eyes.
And after many weeks of waiting I got them in the mail today. They are everything I had hoped. But don't get me wrong, I still love my brown eyes and wouldn't change them permanently even if I could. Sometimes it's just nice to change things up a bit. Sort of like a new sweater or dress, ya know?
I won't wear these all the time. Perhaps for special occasions and some photos. I ordered them with a smaller pupil but now I can see a little bit of the color in my vision. I wouldn't wear them driving but if you wanted to have a larger pupil to avoid that issue it's no problem. If I ever get another pair I might order a larger pupil so that I can wear them more often.
If you have dark brown eyes and have always wanted to change your color I recommend checking them out. They even have youtube videos for each lens so you can see what they really look like. They have an amazing assortment of natural looking colors. Mostly ones with different hues in the iris.
And if you'd like to see more of my finds check out:
This now has the highest priority on my DVR.
How Clever for small spaces.
More bunk bed love.