#MoreContactTime at Les Miserables OZ

Sunday, December 6th, 2015

Les Miserables Oz

If you’ve been following the gram, you’ll notice I was at the theatre last week to see Les Miserables for the second time in Brisbane. While I was lucky enough to attend the opening night, seated in the front row (next to Luke Kennedy no less), my second viewing would take place from the middle of the theatre seating. This gave me the perfect opportunity to test my DAILIES TOTAL1 contact lenses and get #morecontacttime out of the performance.

Somewhere between Javert’s hunt for Jean Valjean, I forgot I was even wearing my new contact lenses – that is how comfortable they are. I happily watched (singing along quietly), thinking how I never have to worry about itchy eyes or scratchy surfaces, two concerns I have previously had whilst wearing other lenses. Giving me guaranteed comfort for 3 hours, 2 acts, 1 interval and a french revolution later, I walked out of QPAC buzzing and singing the Les Mis score like a 1 woman act. Of course, I would have to make some costume changes, as Valjean’s convict #ootd just doesn’t resonate with my ladylike image.

After returning home and de-glamourising, I simply popped out my lenses and threw them away. That’s the beauty of these disposable contact lenses, they don’t cater for fuss! If you’d like to get your hands on some of these DAILIES TOTAL1 Water Gradient Disposable Lenses, then I would recommend visiting your local optometrist for a trial or check out www.morecontacttime.com for more info. Don’t forget to follow the #morecontacttime to see what the other bloggers are up to on their trial.

As for Les Miserables it’s well worth a squiz, so visit the QPAC website and book your tickets asap! For now, here’s a little #sneekpeek of the talent that awaits you x


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The Blonde Silhouette presents an inner fashion monologue by Ashleigh McCallum. A lover of whimsical colour, designer pieces and classic femininity.

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