11.06.2013

Review - Hana SPC Natural Grey from PinkyParadise

I received these as a part of the Halloween sponsorship program offered by PinkParadise.
I explained I would prefer natural looking design that suits my makeup and life style better, and they graciously agreed to send Hana SPC Natural Grey to me.

Hana SPC is also known as Vassen, and their contacts have higher water content of 42% which ensures more comfort in wear.


Hana SPC (Vassen) Natural Grey




PinkyParadise is one of the better known e-tailers for circle/color lenses.
They carry large selections from different brands like GEO, Vassen and E.O.S.
Here you can also find toric circle lenses if you have astigmatism.
Other things they offer are the beauty products and accessories, which is quite convenient for the shoppers since I myself often feel I need other makeup items to make this whole circle lens look to work.
(On a side note, I have just noticed they also carry one of my favorite Korean road shop makeup brands - Lotree. I am going to definitely check it out later!)

PinkyParadise quickly shipped out the package and it took about 10 days to get here, which is pretty much standard for shipping from Asian countries.

They came in a bubble mailer and the lens vials were secured with another wrapping.
A pair of pink hair velcro and an animal lens case were included as well.


lens vials


Close up
It has very delicate designs with dotted outer ring connected with grey spikes that are also softly stretched to the middle.


Here are the details of Hana SPC Natural Grey Model
Diameter - 14.5 mm
Water Content - 42%
Base Curve - 8.6
Type - 1 year disposal


As you see in this picture (again), it has quite an enlarging effect while looking subtle and natural.
Technically this is a bi-tone design but once worn, it creates tri-tone effect because the middle part shows your natural eye color.
This is still a little too big for me to wear everyday, but I think it would be a perfect choice for someone who wants reasonably(!) dolly effects from circle lenses.

I am very fond of this particular design but I am even happier with the comfort level.
They feel so thin and natural on that I forget that I am wearing contacts (a rather large pair, btw).
This just might be my favorite defining pair in grey color.

I have worn them in a couple different looks which are all quite natural, but you can certainly doll up with these by adding some falsies, for instance.






PinkyParadise also asked me to remind everyone that it is best advised to check with eye doctor on the prescription before wearing any circle lens and provided a link for Safe Lens Wear and Care Guide.

If you are purchasing circle lenses from this site, you can use the code lenallure for a free animal lens case plus mystery gift.


What is the most important part when you choose circle/color lenses?
Do you often purchase other accessories like eye drops and makeup items with your lenses?
Feel free to share with me. :)



Featured products were provided by PinkyParadise for review purposes.





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