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I hope that you had the lenses sized by an oieomttrpst for your eyes if you are planning on wearing them.The lenses that are provided to you by the oieomttrpst for free are not intended to be worn. They are just for you to try on to determine what colour you want. An oieomttrpst actually needs to measure your eye dimensions corneal shape, pupil size etc. and send that info away to the company to create custom fitted lenses for you.
over ten years ago
You should only wear cosutm fitted contact lenses. It is dangerous to not do so.And I wouldn't recommend wearing coloured contacts ordered off of the internet to anyone.Again, you need to have an optometrist fit the lenses for you in order to ensure your eye health.By the way you have beautiful eyes you don't need to wear coloured contact lenses.Coloured contacts rarely look natural, especially on dark eyes. And natural is always more beautiful. http://rhgfjy.com [url=http://qxkubgg.com]qxkubgg[/url] [link=http://fzxpsqyq.com]fzxpsqyq[/link]
over ten years ago
This article is mianly intended for female readers, but if there are men out there who are using makeup regularly, we are sorry for being exclusive. Please, read on. Namely, in this article, we will be discussing the best ways to emphasize your new colored lenses and the new color they give your eyes with makeup. For each tone of the skin and for the different combinations, you should be aware of certain combinations that will always work.For instance, women with very light hair and who are wearing green colored lenses should go for a pale or neutral shadow in blue-green, only green varieties. In case you are wearing turquoise or blue colored lenses, you should also wear blue shadow but you should always make sure that it is lighter than your colored lenses. For violet, grey or amethyst colored contacts, shadows in lavender colors look the best. You should also steer clear of black eyeliner and use brown or grey ones as they will look far more natural. You should also smooth a bit the line under the eyes; prevent it from looking too sharp. You can, if you are using blue-tinted colored lenses, use blue mascara which will give additional depth to the blueness of the eyes.If you have medium skin and you are wearing colored lenses in blue, violet or green, you should go for more neutral shadows, such as plums, browns or taupe. Lavender and plum shadows work best with turquoise and amethyst lenses and you might want to add a silver streak to the eyelid.In case you have dark skin and you are going for the extremely striking and exciting colors for such skin, such as green, sapphire or amethyst colored lenses, you can add bronze shadow for green, deep brown or mauve for blue and amethyst colored lenses. These emphasize the yes perfectly and make them even more striking. If you are wearing turquoise or aqua lenses, amber shadows might be the best choice.If you want to further emphasize your new eyes, you should add a bit of bright and noticeable lipstick, which might be counterintuitive but which is true.
over ten years ago
I think the consignment dedaline for Buckeye is normally in November, but the March sale normally fills up way before then, so the best option is to call and ask. I think the Signature sale hasn't even started taking consignments.The Buckeye sales are mostly Amish buyers, though there are exceptions. We've sold/purchased quite a few show horses through this sale with success. But this sale brings about 250 consignment horses and a lot of quality if looking to buy at a good price.The Signature sale is more geared towards show horses, but they do take nonshow consignments. This sale has more show homes , but there are also a lot of Amish that come to the sale as well.We've purchased show prospects through both sales and did well with them.