Circle Lenses Review #13 - ELLEN PANDA PM 14 Violet

Hey everyone!

Hope y'all had some nice easter holidays.
I spent the last few days either with friends, studying for my finals or just being lazy.

But nevertheless, I found some time to prepare this review.
I recieved lenses from Klenspop once again. 2 pairs this time. The first ones which I'm gonna show you today are called Ellen Panda PM 14 Violet.

Lens Info

DIA: 14mm
Graphic DIA: 13.7mm
BC: 8.6mm
Using Period: 6month
Water Contect: 38%
Power: 0.00~-5.00(0.25Step)
Manufacturer: LENSPOP
Origin: KOREA
Package: 1 PAIR (2 pcs) + BONUS CASE

These are the small packages the lenses come in. Cute, aren't they? I also recieved a second pair of lenses from the Ellen Series, but since I never had purple lenses before, I've been more excited to try out these ones.
Also look at the adorable little pandas on the bottles! ♥

The moment I've been waiting for: How do they look on my dark brown eyes?

(Excuse my crappy eye make-up and poorly drawn on eyebrows. I suck, sorry.)

Design/Appearance: ♥♥♥
Well...not the most creative design. Very plain and simple. Nothing special and definitely suitable for those who are in search of some decent colourful lenses that aren't screaming "YOO LOOK AT MY EYES, THEY'RE BRIGHT PURPLE AND COOLER THAN YOURS"
Don't know what that know what I mean. 3 out of 5 hearts though because they are not terrible. Just slightly boring and not exactly my cup of tea.

Colour: ♥♥♥
The colour turned out to show up ok-ish on my eyes. I always take selfies in front of my mirror, but I swear, if you'd meet me in normal room lighting, you won't be able to tell that I am wearing violet lenses. Ah, the curse of having naturally dark eyes strikes again. I really hate it ><

Enlargement: ♥♥♥
What can I eyes look bigger, but only a tiny bit. Not too unnatural though which is cool...but I honestly don't have a problem with looking slightly fake. Gimme those ginormous Animu eyes!

Comfort: ♥♥♥♥♥
I am so satisfied with how comfortable and easy to wear these lenses are! They are suuper nice! I'm probably going to struggle a bit when my hayfever is kicking in again, but until then, they don't seem to be causing any troubles. A+ on that here, Klenspop.

So far, so good. As you can see, not my favourite lenses. But aside from the fact that I am not the biggest fan of the design, I blame my personal preferences and fucking dark brown eyes for that.
I'll give the blue ones a try and let you know what I think about them. See you then!

First Tattoo - The Deathly Hallows


It's been a while, hasn't it? If you're new here: welcome! My name is Neele and I am a lazy bum who either posts twice a week or leaves this blog alone for months.
If you actually came back after my hiatus that was neither planned nor announced: Thanks for your patience!
My motivation to blog completely and entirely left me. I'd say it was because I wanted to focus on school, but that would be a lie. I'm just lazy.
And to be honest, I thought about stopping this whole blogging thing completely, because literally nothing interesting happens in my life anymore.
But to keep you updated: I am finishing my last year of school very soon, so I am kinda stressed. I also still have a part time job and most importantly, still sleep quite a lot. Free time? Nah.
A while ago I started working on an entry which I am still not sure if I am going to release. In addition, new lenses by Klenspop are already on their way to me.
Also I might write about the concerts I am going to again even though I didn't post anything about the last 2 I went to.
So yeah, That is basically how I try to get back into blogging.
For now, you'll just have to live with a photo and some information on my very first tattoo which I got a few weeks ago.

Somewhen throughout the last year, I decided that I wanted to get the Deathly Hallows sign tattooed. I wouldn't describe myself as the biggest Potterhead ever, but since Harry Potter definitely had a big impact on my childhood and I am still in love with the books and movies nowadays, this was something I really wanted to do.
And guess what finally happened....

Here's a bad quality cellphone photo my mom took for me right after I got it done.
The whole procedure took about 30-45 minutes and heck, it hurt a lot. It wasn't even half as painful as getting the industrial piercing, yet it wasn't a walk in the park. Pro tip: If you can't take that much pain, don't get a neck tattoo.

But yeah. This was on the 15th of February. It has been healing really well so far and I am totally in love with it. Not the biggest fan of the tattoo artist for some other reasons tho, but that's a whole new story and in case you wanna read about it, I can try and write a giant feminist rant post...but I don't think anyone would enjoy that.
Anyways, here's another photo in better lightning and taken with my Canon 600D.

Well, what do you think about it? Does anyone of you have awesome fandom tattoos or plans on getting some? Please let me know in the comments. I'd love to meet a few fellow inked nerds. (Finally I can call myself that, it's so awesome hahaha)

First of two circle lens reviews is coming in a few days. See you then!