Geolica Lady Series: Light Brown Contacts Review

17 Jan

Today I’m going to be writing a little review about a new colour contact lens that I believe, just came out! Yes, I am talking about the GEOLICA Lady Series! 🙂

According to the site, this series

“offers astoundingly vivid colors that accentuates and brightens the eye. These 3-tone lenses are recommended for darker irises and for those desiring a look that stands out”.

These lenses have been approved by Health Canada and are being distributed by GEO Medical Canada. I was asked to do a little review on them, and I’m glad I was able to try them!

For the various colours that are available, visit their site at:

For reviewing purposes I was given the GS – A14 (Light Brown) to try out!

^The packaging was very pretty, it came in a pink box. (My sister and I at first both assumed they were pink contacts and got so excited! haha We’ve always wanted to try pink contacts 🙂 ) But anywho, the packaging is very aesthetically pleasing and excitable.

Some details about these lenses: 

Diameter: 14.2mm
Base Curve: 8.6mm
Water Content: 42%
Material: Polymacon
Lifespan: About 3 months according to the box, a year according to the pamphlet

Here’s some pictures of me wearing them… 🙂

Taken with my camera for better quality…. (excuse the messy mermaid hair, this was taken after a long day at school 😦 )

These were taken from my itouch, a fresher batch of pictures considering the fact that they were taken in the morning, right after I got ready 🙂 :

^A little close-up! 🙂

^Big eyes in this pic right? 🙂 I love these lenses!


My personal thoughts on this product: 

Let me just say, the comfort level is GREAT! To be completely honest, I thought I would never be able to be a gyaru because I couldn’t conform to the lens trend, due to the discomfort I experience from contact lenses in my eyes. By far, this pair was probably the most comfortable I’ve tried, and I could actually go through an entire day at school without being extremely irritated at the product lingering in my eye. Yes, I needed to use eyedrops about once, but trust me, if I can go with them for a day without complaining, their comfort level is quite high.

Another thing I found as a pro, was that they were really easy to put in. I’m not sure about other people, but I usually have to try a few times before I get the contacts into my eyes. With these ones, they seem to just slip onto my eye the first time which really saves me a lot of trouble and time in the mornings!

They also did a great job of enlarging my small eyes. I think when I wear these lenses, my eyes get quite bigger, if you compare these pictures to pictures of me without contacts/makeup on.

I can’t really say that they were that natural though; but they did have a very nice colour. If one wants something natural, I’m guessing something along the lines of the Freshlook Series is somewhere more to look to. This pair of lenses gave a nice colour, (it wasn’t too heavily pigmented that it didn’t allow light into my eyes) and I really do like them.

Although they may be a little more expensive than other brands of lenses, the comfort level makes it perfectly understandable and I would definitely purchase these in a different colour again! 🙂

Thanks for reading!



2 Responses to “Geolica Lady Series: Light Brown Contacts Review”

  1. Christian Dior 2012 Resort Collection. . February 8, 2012 at 6:52 AM #

    Additionally, the throw away contacts are fantastic for people who find themselves prone to obtaining allergies.

  2. cosmeticlover October 21, 2012 at 4:13 PM #

    Do you know if have Geolica now ? I cannot find them but I don’t like to order from other shops.

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