I'm over at Tinufel Cosplay and I have been hunting true light blue lenses for ages!
From top to bottom...
1: Both in, yellowish hallway lighting from behind me. Bonu... view mores Link wig and make up ;-)
2. Standard yellowish room lighting, one in to see the difference.
3. Very close to a pure white bulb, like daylight. One lens in.
4. Is this even light? I'm stood on the nook by my washing machine, with the only light source around the corner. The one lens I have in still looks blue!
I had to share this triumph and show it in different lights, because let's face it, different light types lie!
I have been hunting something like this for months! The struggle has been so real trying to find opaque(!) blue lenses that don't look awful. So many of them are either transparent blue, so they just look dark blue, if not navy/black on your eyes, or if they are opaque they look very fake :-(
The pictures on the models are so misleading for other blue ones. So annoying.
These are not /too/ bright, and I love the striated lines in them, so they look quite real, whilst still that sky blue I wanted, and they definitely cover my eye colour, with the tiniest little lines of see through bits that make them blend. These would cover dark eyes just fine!! My eyes are naturally greenish grey.
A little extra note on these: these are thin lenses. Compared to other lenses I own, these are very floppy and more difficult to get in my eyes than normal, but this also means I can barely feel them.
If you struggle like I do, get yourself a lens applicator. They look like mini suction cups on a stick. Sooo helpful!
(Always be safe and hygienic with your lenses and anything touching them, lovely people.)
Hope this helps you all on your cosplay journey! Tinny x view less