Artificial Light, Eye Make-up Tutorial Coming Soon!
As most of you know, I avoid brown circle lenses because they tend to have straight line patterns that cause a lizard eye effect. They also tend to run more orange, less brown, and I find that highly unappealing. These Clover 4 Tone Lucky Brown lenses, however, are pretty natural. The four brown tones create a warm brown color that only leans a touch orange. They look less natural in the artificial lighting in which I snapped the photos, but rest assured they look great in natural lighting. I first saw them on gorgeous blogger Reika and they look so wonderful against her fair complexion.
Artificial Light, Drugstore Haul Make-up [L'Oreal Eyeshadow]
Window Lighting, facing the sun
Next I have the Clover 4 Tone Lucky Grey lenses, which actually lean more blue. The grey tones are concentrated right around the pupil, just wish they'd extend a bit further out. They are quite fun and look relatively natural for a blue lens since the color is not too bright. If you're looking for a truly grey lens, then try the Tri Color Grey lenses. The Clover 4 Tone lenses are just as comfortable as the Tri Color lenses, but they are slightly wider at 14.2mm as opposed to the Tri Color's 14.0mm. I actually do not have much experience with NEO lenses, but these have been a great start! I highly recommend them to those of you who want to try a slightly different and still natural lens style that isn't as widely available.
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