Feel Good Contacts | Coloured Eye Contacts Review

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

I’ve always wondered how I would look with different coloured eyes. Don’t get me wrong, I love my brown eyes and adore brown eyes in general. But I’ve always been curious about it. I’m not sure if I’m the only one, but trying out eye contacts has always intrigued me.  In this post, I’ll be sharing a review of the coloured eye contacts from Feel Good Contacts.

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I received these products for review purposes only. There are no affiliate links in this post. These product have been sent to me for review purposes.

Receiving these two eye contacts – Amethyst and Honey, I tried the both of them on.

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

What came in the package

2 eye contacts

These contacts are the Freshlook Colourblends. I was more intrigued by these because of how it claims they blend the colours well to make it look more natural.

FreshLook Colorblends are monthly coloured contact lenses, featuring innovative 3-in-1 colour technology, that blend three different shades together for a subtle and stylish change to your eye colour.

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog
Amethyst contacts

The Amethyst contacts are my favourite. It was so interesting and kind of cool to see what I look like with different colour eyes. Here’s what the Amethyst contacts look like on me:

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

They’re like a cool, grey colour and I love it with this grey ombré wig. A lot of people said there was like a purple hue, and when I took some up close pictures, it looked straight up purple. But in the mirror, it looks grey. So, I am so confused as to what this colour actually is. Either way, I love them!

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

 

Travel solution

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

This comfi travel solution is an all-in-one solution. At first, I thought it’s purpose was to just clean the contact lenses but it also lubricates them. I like the way it’s not a huge size, so it’s easier to carry around.

This exceptional comfi All-in-One multi-purpose solution is your ideal option to clean and store your soft contact lenses, working to rewet and condition your lenses for a comfortable wear.

2 eye contact cases

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

I also got sent two contact lens cases, to store the contacts in.

A packet of Haribo

Feel Good Contacts Review - Caroo Makeup Blog

I thought including the Haribos was such a nice thing to do.

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My final thoughts

Overall, I really enjoyed wearing the contacts. I felt like a different person. Although, I’m not going to make this a regular thing, it was just cool to see what I looked like with different colour eyes. I think I’ll try out different colours and I will definitely be going back to the FeelGood site to get some. I felt like everything was secure, like the packaging was great and it was very trust worthy. I always feel a bit sketchy buying things online, but what I got sent seemed very much legit.

This was my first time putting in contacts, and it was almost impossible. For the first two days, I struggled. It was kind of scary and I was super flinchy, but then I watched a few YouTube videos on how to put them in. Other people made it seem so easy to put them in. But now, I can say that I am a pro at putting them in.

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xo caro

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