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Posted 11/4/12
Those are goofy as hell.

I hate having brown eyes but I don't think I can even justify getting colored no-script contact lenses.

BB cream, concealer and light eyeliner is where I draw my line.
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Do asian people in general actually LIKE big eyes, or just the men?

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Posted 11/4/12
Those lenses look great, but I don't really want to get them because you can't wear them all day.



lordseth23 wrote:

Do asian people in general actually LIKE big eyes, or just the men?



I think most people likes big eyes.


Posted 11/4/12
i think those are rlly pretty
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I had some that made my eyes look like a darker hazel, they were fun, but the max I could wear them without looking stoned was like 13 hours, overall I think theyre too expensive, but still really fun ^^
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Posted 11/4/12
They're pretty fun to wear occasionally to make your eyes pop. The only colors I haven't tried out are green, purple, red. Do be warned you're taking the risk of damaging your eyes when you order non prescription ones since contact aren't "one size fits all."
Posted 11/4/12 , edited 11/4/12

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It doesn't make a difference/much of a difference because the girl in the picture is NOT Asian and does NOT have Asian eyes. When Asians put on circle lenses it DOES change their facial features entirely.

Even if you have small eyes, they're still totally different from the shape of Asian eyes, so naturally when an Asian person wears circle lenses, it changes their appearance totally.

Again, when a non-Asian person wears circle lenses it can sometimes make their eyes abnormally massive, because their eyes are already big even without the lenses.

Show an Asian in the picture and you'll see. Or any K-pop star from before vs. after would be another good option.

And why are you trying so hard to change my opinion? When did what I wrote become such a touchy subject that needs a lengthy discussion?




Because your opinion isn't fact and honestly your statement is laughable.
Maybe Clark Kent should rock those when he's Superman cuz it TOOOOOTALLY makes you look different.

And having "asian" eyes has nothing to do with it, that statement is just stupid and borderlining racist.
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Posted 11/4/12
I really don't like those fake lenses, they never look natural and that weirds me out. I mean why hide your natural color that fits you the most and looks smooth in your eyes. To each their own taste, but I prefer people with their natural eye color since it's more pretty
Posted 11/4/12 , edited 11/4/12

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magicuser360 wrote:



It doesn't make a difference/much of a difference because the girl in the picture is NOT Asian and does NOT have Asian eyes. When Asians put on circle lenses it DOES change their facial features entirely.

Even if you have small eyes, they're still totally different from the shape of Asian eyes, so naturally when an Asian person wears circle lenses, it changes their appearance totally.

Again, when a non-Asian person wears circle lenses it can sometimes make their eyes abnormally massive, because their eyes are already big even without the lenses.

Show an Asian in the picture and you'll see. Or any K-pop star from before vs. after would be another good option.

And why are you trying so hard to change my opinion? When did what I wrote become such a touchy subject that needs a lengthy discussion?




Because your opinion isn't fact and honestly your statement is laughable.
Maybe Clark Kent should rock those when he's Superman cuz it TOOOOOTALLY makes you look different.

And having "asian" eyes has nothing to do with it, that statement is just stupid and borderlining racist.


Well for one, I never said my opinion was fact. If you took it that way, that just shows how you cannot differentiate between an opinion and a fact.

Actually, having Asian eyes has a lot to do with circle lenses as mainly Asians wear them, they are a fashion statement in Asian countries they were even invented in an Asian country (a.k.a, South Korea), and Asians have unique eyes that no one else has (and which suit them and look fine with their features).

And yes, when an Asian person wears them it does make them look totally different. Watch a circle lenses video on Youtube for instance instead of posting a picture of a person who does not have Asian eyes and trying to prove a point.

And because I state these things that MUST make me a racist just because you don't agree, and you're acting all butthurt about an opinion from a person ONLINE.

Really?
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Posted 11/4/12 , edited 11/4/12


You do realize that there are many Asians born with LARGE eyes. The reason you are coming off as racist is because you seem to be saying Asians have only one kind of eye shape. Asians are not limited to East Asians, and even some East Asians are born with large eyes.
And no one is butthurt. I for one have no problem with a harmless debate. However, I don't see how a pair of lenses can change a person's entire facial features when all it does is enlarge the iris by a millimeter or two. I would believe you if you said make-up.

And I've also seen those videos you are talking about. But I've also seen other reviews and sources showing Asians with big eyes wearing circle lenses. And the change is just as much as the previous pictures I showed you.

Fun fact: The average diameter of a person's iris is 12mm. That's for all people regardless of race. So circle lenses shouldn't make that much of a change no matter what race you are. The only time drastic changes are made is when you wear them together with well done make up, false lashes, and eyelid glue (if you're monolid).
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Posted 11/4/12
What a surprise, the racist uses gross ass homophobic language like "butthurt."
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What a surprise, the racist uses gross ass homophobic language like "butthurt."

i'm with this otaku. if you're trying to make the case you aren't a bigot, not using bigoted slurs should be a top priority
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So how'd the topic all end out being filled with racist comments and all? -_-

I for one am Asian and I find it offensive that people think we all have tiny eyes.
I was born with large eyes and I myself wear circle lens for the color effects since they're pretty.
They do not change my appearance to the point where people are like "omg who is that" and can't recognize me.
What kind of logic is that?
Sure, I understand why some people believe it does but it's also because they add on the make-up and liner.
The liner is what changes the eye shape actually. So what even.
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Posted 11/5/12 , edited 11/5/12
In other words,

Posted 11/5/12

magicuser360 wrote:


thefinalword wrote:


magicuser360 wrote:



It doesn't make a difference/much of a difference because the girl in the picture is NOT Asian and does NOT have Asian eyes. When Asians put on circle lenses it DOES change their facial features entirely.

Even if you have small eyes, they're still totally different from the shape of Asian eyes, so naturally when an Asian person wears circle lenses, it changes their appearance totally.

Again, when a non-Asian person wears circle lenses it can sometimes make their eyes abnormally massive, because their eyes are already big even without the lenses.

Show an Asian in the picture and you'll see. Or any K-pop star from before vs. after would be another good option.

And why are you trying so hard to change my opinion? When did what I wrote become such a touchy subject that needs a lengthy discussion?




Because your opinion isn't fact and honestly your statement is laughable.
Maybe Clark Kent should rock those when he's Superman cuz it TOOOOOTALLY makes you look different.

And having "asian" eyes has nothing to do with it, that statement is just stupid and borderlining racist.


Well for one, I never said my opinion was fact. If you took it that way, that just shows how you cannot differentiate between an opinion and a fact.

Actually, having Asian eyes has a lot to do with circle lenses as mainly Asians wear them, they are a fashion statement in Asian countries they were even invented in an Asian country (a.k.a, South Korea), and Asians have unique eyes that no one else has (and which suit them and look fine with their features).

And yes, when an Asian person wears them it does make them look totally different. Watch a circle lenses video on Youtube for instance instead of posting a picture of a person who does not have Asian eyes and trying to prove a point.

And because I state these things that MUST make me a racist just because you don't agree, and you're acting all butthurt about an opinion from a person ONLINE.

Really?


Pfft butt hurt? Hardly. I'm pointing out how stupid your comments are. I've been here a long time
and I can tell you what you said is amongst the stupidest.

I've seen many black people with very asian like eyes, will that make them look TOTALLY different?
According to you no because they're not asian.

Bottomline is the contact lenses accentuate the eyes, THAT'S IT.
Your whole argument of them mysteriously turning asian people into totally
different people because the outer rim of their eyes are extended a few milimeters
is null and void.


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