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Focus Monthly SoftColors Evergreen With Hazel Eyes

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Old 06-19-2008, 11:27 AM
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Default Focus Monthly SoftColors Evergreen With Hazel Eyes

I heard that when you wear the Focus Monthly SoftColors Evergreen contact lenses, the "evergreen" label is appropriate since everything is green? Apparently these contact lenses tint your world with a greenish tinge. Is that supposed to happen?

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Old 02-04-2009, 03:52 PM
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I wouldn't think that should happen. I'd talk with a doctor about that. If that is the case, it'd be interesting to know why that happens.
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Old 10-07-2009, 04:46 PM
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Default An Evergreen World

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I wouldn't think that should happen. I'd talk with a doctor about that. If that is the case, it'd be interesting to know why that happens.
Yeah, no kidding. I was hoping someone could tell me what it was like and why it happens. I wonder if the color covers some of the pupil opening?
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When you first put these lenses in you notice a slight change. It is green (as the lens is coloured over the pupil) but after a minute or two you don't really notice it and it isn't a problem. I find that when I take these out thats when i notice that the world is actually a little brighter than I thought it was.

The effect these lenses create is worth it though...
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When you first put these lenses in you notice a slight change. It is green (as the lens is coloured over the pupil) but after a minute or two you don't really notice it and it isn't a problem. I find that when I take these out thats when i notice that the world is actually a little brighter than I thought it was.

The effect these lenses create is worth it though...
Isn't it amazing the things a person can adapt to? Not only can you forget that there's a thin slice of plastic polymer on your eyeball, but you can also get used to the green tinge.
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Old 01-06-2010, 02:50 PM
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When you first put these lenses in you notice a slight change. It is green (as the lens is coloured over the pupil) but after a minute or two you don't really notice it and it isn't a problem. I find that when I take these out thats when i notice that the world is actually a little brighter than I thought it was.

The effect these lenses create is worth it though...
Thanks for the confirmation, muddypool.
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