Review: Geo Lens Honey Olive Wing

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Hey lovely readers! I’m pretty sure y’all are very familiar already with my super busy-ish schedule that I am having a hard time balancing my to do activities. Tsk! As far as I know I am really trying my best here, except it still isn’t enough. Some people assume being a blogger is so easy… they got no clue on how demanding and how time consuming it can turn out eventually. Yes, there are a lot of perks of being a blogger but if you surely don’t know what you’re doing and don’t have the passion for it, one way or another you’ll end up tangled somewhere in between of being a newbie and a well known blogista. Oh well. Gotta work harder.

Today I will be sharing my short review for OL104 / TS104 Honey Olive Wing Geo Lens from which I have received a few days ago.

The design looks very natural and the color as well. It blends well with dark eyes and add a bit enlargement but not too much. In my opinion it is very light and comfortable to wear. The lens doesn’t make my eyes feel droopy, tired, or dry which I totally like. The packaging was well prepared and the vials had been carefully wrapped in bubble wraps. Check out the pictures below…



Geo Lens Sticker

Authenticity Check

Close-up Shot when worn

Full Head Shot


Outfit of the Day

Lens Details:
Weight: 25 grams
Diameter : 14mm
Water Content : 38%
Base Curve : 8.6mm
Life Span : 1 year disposal

This lens is available in plano and prescription which goes all the way up to my grade -8. Most lenses are only available up to -4 or -5 which makes my choices for -8 a lot less. There are times I end up getting disappointed as I can’t find a lens that will enlarge my eyes, make the color change to a lighter shade and at the same time be available at my eye grade. Luckily have quality designs for -8.

Verdict: The service is fast and took about 2weeks for the shipping to arrive but that is understandable specially the package is coming all the way from Asia. Their website is very easy to navigate and is very informative of their products. The seller is easy to approach and keeps in touch with their members regularly on their facebook page. The only thing that I am unhappy with is that they did not include a contact lens holder so I ended up using an old prescription lens case. Thankfully I have a new contact lens solution that came with a new lens case so I have transferred my other lens there and have used the old one for the Honey Olive Wing lens. 🙁

Overall: I would give this an 7/10 rating. Don’t get me wrong, I love the service and I love the product but for me the missing lens case is a major factor. If not for the missing lens case I’d give this either a 9 or 10 for product design, enlargement, customer service, etc. This lens retails for $10/pair.

Lens Case I ended up using

FTC: The Geo Lens Honey Olive Wing was sent to me for review purposes by Also, I’m not getting paid for the review I have made for this product. I’m not affiliated with any of the companies/brands mentioned. This is my honest opinion.

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.


  1. Sara

    March 2, 2012 at 12:18 am

    Nice review 🙂  They look very natural on you 

  2. Sumi Go

    March 2, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    OMG sis! I didn’t know you have -8 grade! I have -4.30 I think.. >.< And I'm quite scared that it'll continue to go higher and higher.. 🙁 Anyway, I love GEO and have been using the brand for quite a while. I haven't tried this line yet though.. 🙂 But it looks really nice on you! My fave from GEO is their Super Angel line. They're really really comfy to wear. I actually observed that the bigger the diameter, the more comfy they are for the eyes.. ^^ I hope there's nothing bad with wearing big lenses though.

  3. Sara

    March 2, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    I thought I commented..but I guess not?   Anyways, great review!  I remember honey wings as one of my first lenses.  Have you thought about the big wings?

  4. Angela Ricardo

    March 2, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Hi Sara… no previous comment recorded so I guess not. 😛 Thank you so much for the compliment. 😀 Did you like it as much as I did? Will look into the big wings as well.

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