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:: Freshlook Colorblends :: Gray Vs. Sterling Gray

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Comparing two different colors from the Freshlook Colorblends collection. Gray and Sterling Gray. You'll see that I keep the Freshlook Gray in my left eye, and the Sterling Gray demo lens on my right eye. So, what do you guys think of the two?

Hey guys! I shot this video using a special bulb which is supposed to copy normal ambient sunlight. I know researching colored lenses can be hard so this is what I can do to help some of you. I'm showing you the Gray colored contact lenses from Freshlook ColorBlends. You can see a light brown inner circle around the pupil, and for me it blends in great because my eyes are naturally a medium brown shade.

Also, I stole a demo version of Sterling gray (lolz) and I want to show you what they look like side by side. My opinion is - if you have tan skin, or dark eyes, DONT get the Sterling Gray! It is too intense! The pupil hole has no true gradation into your natural eye color and the overall color is a light blue. The Sterling Gray has no other colors in it to gradually blend in naturally with a brown/dark eye. Sterling gray is for people with an already light colored eye.

I wear Freshlook because I actually have Astigmatism. Freshlook is one of the few brands that actually makes colored contacts for people with astigmatism aside from Acuvue2 Colors (I believe). If you have a strong astigmatism like me, you can expect to spend $69.99, if you don't have astigmatism, you can expect to spend about $37. If you have astigmatism you can actually go ahead and wear any colored lens as long as it is NOT prescription.
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Comparing two different colors from the Freshlook Colorblends collection. Gray and Sterling Gray. You'll see that I keep the Freshlook Gray in my left eye, and the Sterling Gray demo lens on my right eye. So, what do you guys think of the two?

Hey guys! I shot this video using a special bulb which is supposed to copy normal ambient sunlight. I know researching colored lenses can be hard so this is what I can do to help some of you. I'm showing you the Gray colored contact lenses from Freshlook ColorBlends. You can see a light brown inner circle around the pupil, and for me it blends in great because my eyes are naturally a medium brown shade.

Also, I stole a demo version of Sterling gray (lolz) and I want to show you what they look like side by side. My opinion is - if you have tan skin, or dark eyes, DONT get the Sterling Gray! It is too intense! The pupil hole has no true gradation into your natural eye color and the overall color is a light blue. The Sterling Gray has no other colors in it to gradually blend in naturally with a brown/dark eye. Sterling gray is for people with an already light colored eye.

I wear Freshlook because I actually have Astigmatism. Freshlook is one of the few brands that actually makes colored contacts for people with astigmatism aside from Acuvue2 Colors (I believe). If you have a strong astigmatism like me, you can expect to spend $69.99, if you don't have astigmatism, you can expect to spend about $37. If you have astigmatism you can actually go ahead and wear any colored lens as long as it is NOT prescription. Show less
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