Mini-review of Ultra Nudy Pink circle le

Mini-review of Ultra Nudy Pink circle lenses; video –


Mini review of my new Super Nudy Pink circle lenses

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The Geo Ultra Nudy circle lenses are ridiculously comfortable!  Just got my two new pairs in the mail.  I ran across a youtube giveaway contest for a pink Hello Kitty watch.  OMG, it is very girly and very pretty! Anyway, I posted a mini-review of the Super Nudy pink lenses on the youtube as a response:

The color of the Nudy Pinks is stunning and the resulting color is not what one would expect!  I really like how they look.  For those who don’t know what Choward’s Violet is:

Choward's Violet

OMG, the lenses are super comfy to the point I don’t notice I have them on.  I’ve caught myself nodding off with them on.  Not good, lol!   Waking up with lenses in your eyes is NOT my idea of fun.  So whenever I am exhausted, they have to come out right away.

Geo Ultra Nudy Blue circle lens review

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Before y’all start screaming at me that they are illegal and could make me go blind… I have to say that I have a few comments about the controversy.

I’ve been wearing contacts since I was 17 years old. I have used many types of contacts from daily wear to colored contacts to disposable ones. So I have nearly two decades of experience with contacts.

That said, circle lenses come from Korea and Japan. The circle lenses are thicker than disposable ones and some daily wear ones. Also they cover more eye surface. So if you wear them improperly, then potentially you can deprive the eye of oxygen. You can say that about many contact lenses that are FDA approved. Unless the lens states that it’s oxygen permeable, then you run that risk.

You have to follow the basic rules of contact lens usage:
Clean hands = clean lenses
Always inspect the lenses for tears/defects
Make sure the lenses is not inside out
Have rewetting drops handy at all times
Never wear contacts for more than 6 – 8 hours on a daily basis (occasionally,10 – 12 hours)
Use eye cosmetics that are safe for contact lens wearers.

If your eyes begin to hurt, become red, or you see halo or starbursts: remove your lenses immediately and go see your optometrist.

now on to the review. I got these because I wanted to get dolled up for NY Comic-Con/Anime Festival coming up next month.

Comment and let me know what you think!

Back from my summer hiatus…

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This summer was brutal.  I was crazy busy being a child chauffeur.  Rosh Hashana is right behind me.  This fashionista behaved herself and only bought a few things for the entire summer.  I really needed a transitional item for fall so I bought this:

Lightweight Anorak, cotton canvas, sizes S-L, $52 (I paid $26),
coupon code: “luckydaily1”  expires on September 7, 2010 at 10:59am Eastern

I figure that it would help me with the shul AC at full blast and not overheat me when it’s warmer outside.  Plus, I can use it as a spring transitional jacket.  Win win!