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Difference between Grey and Sterling Grey in Colourblends?

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Old 08-21-2010, 12:02 PM
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Default Difference between Grey and Sterling Grey in Colourblends?

I want to order some true grey lenses, not blue toned but real deep steel grey, can anyone advise which are more likely to look that way on me -my natural eyes are blue grey and I don't want them to look any lighter in colour

Do Freshlook lenses have a darker ring around the outer edge of the coloured part, as I would like that to give more definition to my eyes.

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Hi, Katie. You would have to try samples on in order to see what will be best. FreshLook ColorBlends and the like are really designed to change a dark brown eye to a lighter color.They don't tend to work very well on light eyes, but again try some samples, don't go by the posters. Everyones eyes are different.
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I want to order some true grey lenses, not blue toned but real deep steel grey, can anyone advise which are more likely to look that way on me -my natural eyes are blue grey and I don't want them to look any lighter in colour

Do Freshlook lenses have a darker ring around the outer edge of the coloured part, as I would like that to give more definition to my eyes.

Thanks,
Katie
hey....i would suggest the natural enhancement lens "american venus" in "pearl grey"....
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Thankyou for the suggestion I don't know if they are available in the UK where I live but I will take a look.
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I want to order some true grey lenses, not blue toned but real deep steel grey, can anyone advise which are more likely to look that way on me -my natural eyes are blue grey and I don't want them to look any lighter in colour

Do Freshlook lenses have a darker ring around the outer edge of the coloured part, as I would like that to give more definition to my eyes.

Thanks,
Katie
Hi Katie

FreshLook ColorBlends are a nice gray color. I know what you mean about the grey lenses looking kind of blue, but these are definitely grey. http://www.lens.com/contact-lenses/lens254.asp

If you look on that page, you will see 40 different grey lenses. A lot of them are "vial" contacts, which means they come in a little bottle. They are more expensive, but they look nice. Surf around there a bit and I'm sure you will find something you like, okay? Let me know if you need anything else.
http://www.lens.com/view/grey.asp
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Hi Katie

FreshLook ColorBlends are a nice gray color. I know what you mean about the grey lenses looking kind of blue, but these are definitely grey. http://www.lens.com/contact-lenses/lens254.asp

If you look on that page, you will see 40 different grey lenses. A lot of them are "vial" contacts, which means they come in a little bottle. They are more expensive, but they look nice. Surf around there a bit and I'm sure you will find something you like, okay? Let me know if you need anything else.
http://www.lens.com/view/grey.asp
Here's what the Sterling Grey lenses look like on a lovely dark-haired lass. They don't look blue at all, do they?
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Here's what the Sterling Grey lenses look like on a lovely dark-haired lass. They don't look blue at all, do they?
No, those definitely look grey to me. I just hope KatieWho thinks so, too.
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you can't go by the pics in the advertising. They look a little different on each individual. You have to try before you buy, or you may be disappointed.
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you can't go by the pics in the advertising. They look a little different on each individual. You have to try before you buy, or you may be disappointed.
Right you are, contact lens Fitter. Pictures will not give you a perfect representation of how the contacts will look in your eyes, but it's a step in the right direction.
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Right you are, Contact Lens Fitter. Pictures will not give you a perfect representation of how the contacts will look in your eyes, but it's a step in the right direction.
I agree- pictures are a step in the right direction. I prefer to see pictures of real people wearing lenses over sample pictures provided by the manufacturer, because you generally get a better idea of what you're buying.

That said, even pictures can be misleading. I find that my colored lenses photography beautifully, and my eyes look very bright and natural, when I take a picture in good lighting or with a flash. They catch the light a certain way, and I wind up with these really amazing looking pictures that, unfortunately, don't actually reflect the way my lenses look at most points during the day.

You could find pictures of thirty different people wearing the exact same type/color of lens, and find that they all look different. A person's natural eye color and lighting factors can all affect the way they look wearing colored contacts.

In the end, trying the contacts out (by going to see an optometrist) is really the best way to know how they'll look on you before you buy them.
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I agree- pictures are a step in the right direction. I prefer to see pictures of real people wearing lenses over sample pictures provided by the manufacturer, because you generally get a better idea of what you're buying.

That said, even pictures can be misleading. I find that my colored lenses photography beautifully, and my eyes look very bright and natural, when I take a picture in good lighting or with a flash. They catch the light a certain way, and I wind up with these really amazing looking pictures that, unfortunately, don't actually reflect the way my lenses look at most points during the day.

You could find pictures of thirty different people wearing the exact same type/color of lens, and find that they all look different. A person's natural eye color and lighting factors can all affect the way they look wearing colored contacts.

In the end, trying the contacts out (by going to see an optometrist) is really the best way to know how they'll look on you before you buy them.
Yes, Mercury Blue. Colored contact lenses look different in different lighting conditions, and on certain people and with different color eyes.

Perhaps somebody can post some pictures to demonstrate?
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I agree- pictures are a step in the right direction. I prefer to see pictures of real people wearing lenses over sample pictures provided by the manufacturer, because you generally get a better idea of what you're buying.

That said, even pictures can be misleading. I find that my colored lenses photography beautifully, and my eyes look very bright and natural, when I take a picture in good lighting or with a flash. They catch the light a certain way, and I wind up with these really amazing looking pictures that, unfortunately, don't actually reflect the way my lenses look at most points during the day.

You could find pictures of thirty different people wearing the exact same type/color of lens, and find that they all look different. A person's natural eye color and lighting factors can all affect the way they look wearing colored contacts.

In the end, trying the contacts out (by going to see an optometrist) is really the best way to know how they'll look on you before you buy them.
I agree Mercury Blue. The best way to choose a contact lens color is to go to your doctor's office and try some on.
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Thankyou for the suggestion I don't know if they are available in the UK where I live but I will take a look.
So have you taken a look? What have you found?
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cool colour )
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Here's what the Sterling Grey lenses look like on a lovely dark-haired lass. They don't look blue at all, do they?
Ooo, mysterious grey eyes.
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Old 12-10-2010, 04:40 PM
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I don't have a picture of me wearing them but Sterling grey is a nice icy blue and grey is just a really greyish blue. If you are looking for a big dramatic change go for sterling blue but i have to say that none of them looks natural....
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Here's what the Sterling Grey lenses look like on a lovely dark-haired lass. They don't look blue at all, do they?
That look like a bluish-grey and they go great with her dark hair.
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Even though there isn't much difference you will probably like the sterling gray over the gray colorblends because it should cover over the blue of your eyes better according to http://www.coloredcontacts.com
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Here's what the Sterling Grey lenses look like on a lovely dark-haired lass. They don't look blue at all, do they?
Hmmm, I'm afraid that was not freshlook colorblends in sterling gray. That exact picture was one of the screenshots of a video made by midgetmakeup on YouTube. Unfortunately, that lens was Bausch and Lomb in Platinum. I do like that lens though!

As for your question, Katie. I know it's a little late for a reply but I'm going to post one anyway! I came across this review a couple of days ago. I must say the sterling gray is quite vivid and stunning. I'm ordering mine tomorrow! Unfortunately I can't paste links just yet (I need to make a minimum of 15 posts, I'm still a newbie) but what you can do is type "freshlook colorblends sterling gray" on google search. The 3rd on the list should provide a link from christianadivine.blogspot. It really is a great review, she compared both gray and sterling gray lenses very well
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Hmmm, I'm afraid that was not freshlook colorblends in sterling gray. That exact picture was one of the screenshots of a video made by midgetmakeup on YouTube. Unfortunately, that lens was Bausch and Lomb in Platinum. I do like that lens though!

As for your question, Katie. I know it's a little late for a reply but I'm going to post one anyway! I came across this review a couple of days ago. I must say the sterling gray is quite vivid and stunning. I'm ordering mine tomorrow! Unfortunately I can't paste links just yet (I need to make a minimum of 15 posts, I'm still a newbie) but what you can do is type "freshlook colorblends sterling gray" on google search. The 3rd on the list should provide a link from christianadivine.blogspot. It really is a great review, she compared both gray and sterling gray lenses very well
Thanks for the info, SoniaF. I tried posting the picture from that site, but it seems that it's too big--although it's not nearly as large as some of the pictures I've seen here on Lens 101.
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Hmmm, I'm afraid that was not freshlook colorblends in sterling gray. That exact picture was one of the screenshots of a video made by midgetmakeup on YouTube. Unfortunately, that lens was Bausch and Lomb in Platinum. I do like that lens though!
How do you know the lens was not misidentified on YouTube? Lens 101 is never wrong, is it?
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How do you know the lens was not misidentified on YouTube? Lens 101 is never wrong, is it?
Check the video out and see for yourself

Unfortunately I can't paste links just yet, I'm still a newbie.
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Check the video out and see for yourself

Unfortunately I can't paste links just yet, I'm still a newbie.
I don't know, SoiaF. I looked at this video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09Hl5v1Lgvw "Le Midget's Contact Lenses: Collection." There were a lot of different lenses shown, but one of them was labeled "Jade" and it looked grey to me, certainly not a jade green like this picture shows.
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I don't know, SoiaF. I looked at this video here: (YouTube link) "Le Midget's Contact Lenses: Collection." There were a lot of different lenses shown, but one of them was labeled "Jade" and it looked grey to me, certainly not a jade green like this picture shows.
Hmmm if you started the video at 3:39, she shows some pictures of the Bausch and Lomb in platinum, and the next few seconds, the picture I mentioned was wrong will pop up
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Hmmm if you started the video at 3:39, she shows some pictures of the Bausch and Lomb in platinum, and the next few seconds, the picture I mentioned was wrong will pop up
Okay so I went to the YouTube page and saw the picture up there with the yellow-green eyeshadow. That was part of a set of pictures identified as "Platinum." Just before that were some pictures that were identified as "Jade" and they looked exactly the same as the Platinum ones. Is that what you mean?
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Okay so I went to the YouTube page and saw the picture up there with the yellow-green eyeshadow. That was part of a set of pictures identified as "Platinum." Just before that were some pictures that were identified as "Jade" and they looked exactly the same as the Platinum ones. Is that what you mean?
I'm not too sure why Goliath2001 mentioned the Bausch and Lomb jade, sorry for the misunderstanding, but the reason why I quoted PTuser's post was because the picture he posted was not either freshlook colorblends in gray or sterling gray. It was rather the Bausch and Lomb platinum in the video Goliath2001 mentioned
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I'm not too sure why Goliath2001 mentioned the Bausch and Lomb jade, sorry for the misunderstanding, but the reason why I quoted PTuser's post was because the picture he posted was not either freshlook colorblends in gray or sterling gray. It was rather the Bausch and Lomb platinum in the video Goliath2001 mentioned
It looks like Goliath2001 saw the video and saw lenses that looked grey, but the picture was captioned "Jade."

So you were able to recognize the contacts in the picture that PTUser put up? You must be pretty good at identifying contact lens colors and brands.
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It looks like Goliath2001 saw the video and saw lenses that looked grey, but the picture was captioned "Jade."

So you were able to recognize the contacts in the picture that PTUser put up? You must be pretty good at identifying contact lens colors and brands.
You're totally off topic, lol. If you look at the picture that PTuser posted, it's the exact same picture that came from midgetmakeup's video about a collection of her contact lenses. PTuser stated that the picture he posted was freshlook colorblends in sterling gray. If you watch the video from midgetmakeup, she didn't have either freshlook colorblends in gray or sterling gray she had the bausch and Lomb in platinum. What I'm trying to say is that PTuser's picture is NOT freshlook sterling gray. It doesn't have to do anything with bausch and lomb in jade.
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You're totally off topic, lol. If you look at the picture that PTuser posted, it's the exact same picture that came from midgetmakeup's video about a collection of her contact lenses. PTuser stated that the picture he posted was freshlook colorblends in sterling gray. If you watch the video from midgetmakeup, she didn't have either freshlook colorblends in gray or sterling gray she had the bausch and Lomb in platinum. What I'm trying to say is that PTuser's picture is NOT freshlook sterling gray. It doesn't have to do anything with bausch and lomb in jade.
Okay, I came in the middle of this thing and I'm confused. Let me take this in slowly.

PTUser posted a picture here and said it was a picture of someone wearing FreshLook ColorBlends in Sterling Grey.

You recognized the picture as being from the website of someone called "midgetmakeup." Midgetmakeup says on that site that the picture is in fact a Platinum lens made by Bausch and Lomb. So the picture that PTUser posted is not FreshLook Sterling Gray as stated, but a Platinum lens by an unnamed brand made by Bausch and Lomb.

Someone said something about lenses in the color Jade, but the contacts posted on midgetmakeup's site are not Jade. Do I have this correct?
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Okay, I came in the middle of this thing and I'm confused. Let me take this in slowly.

PTUser posted a picture here and said it was a picture of someone wearing FreshLook ColorBlends in Sterling Grey.

You recognized the picture as being from the website of someone called "midgetmakeup." Midgetmakeup says on that site that the picture is in fact a Platinum lens made by Bausch and Lomb. So the picture that PTUser posted is not FreshLook Sterling Gray as stated, but a Platinum lens by an unnamed brand made by Bausch and Lomb.

Someone said something about lenses in the color Jade, but the contacts posted on midgetmakeup's site are not Jade. Do I have this correct?
You got that right Midgetmakeup also had the bausch and Lomb in jade but the picture that PTUser posted was in platinum, not jade. At least that's what Midgetmakeup said. Regardless, jade lenses doesn't have to do anything with PTUser's post. I just wanted to clarify that the picture PTUser posted was not in fact from freshlook but from Bausch and lomb. Bausch and lomb's lenses are more opaque in comparison to the freshlook series. I was just trying to straigten up some facts, I apologize if I came off rude
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Regarding the difference between freshlook colorblends gray and sterling gray, i came across this blog post from christianadivine's blogspot. she made a whole post on the comparison between the sterling gray and the regular gray. another lens 101 person showed me this link when i was deciding between the gray and green colorblends.

http://christianadivine.blogspot.com/2010/05/comparison-freshlook-colorblend-color.html

hope i helped. tell us which one u got and then post up pictures.
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Regarding the difference between freshlook colorblends gray and sterling gray, i came across this blog post from christianadivine's blogspot. she made a whole post on the comparison between the sterling gray and the regular gray. another lens 101 person showed me this link when i was deciding between the gray and green colorblends.

http://christianadivine.blogspot.com/2010/05/comparison-freshlook-colorblend-color.html

hope i helped. tell us which one u got and then post up pictures.
Thanks Budugala. I've seen that blog before and she's really pretty.
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I don't know, SoiaF. I looked at this video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09Hl5v1Lgvw "Le Midget's Contact Lenses: Collection." There were a lot of different lenses shown, but one of them was labeled "Jade" and it looked grey to me, certainly not a jade green like this picture shows.
Wow. I saw that picture and thought "I hope the real contacts don't look this flat. It's a nice color, but there's only that one color. No flecks of darker color or anything."
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Thankyou for the suggestion I don't know if they are available in the UK where I live but I will take a look.
Did you find any grey lenses that you like, KatieWho?
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Wow, if that picture is the BL platinum, that's good because it's exactly what I am hoping for! I knew they weren't the sterling grey freshlooks because I have those and they are definitely more blue than that pic!
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