Show off the shape of your eyes by adding volume with full lashes that are evenly distributed. If you can see most of your iris, then you have round eyes. This shape should use curly lashes to lift and enhance the curve of your top lid. Avoid heavy, voluminous lashes that make your eye look smaller and flatter.
Moreover, what are the 3 types of lashes?
Types of Eyelashes You Should Know
- Mink Eyelashes. Mink eyelashes is the most common among celebrities. …
- Faux Mink Eyelashes. Faux mink eyelashes are similar to mink eyelashes, just that they are synthetic. …
- Sable Eyelashes. …
- Silk Eyelashes.
Also to know is, what are the different lash extension styles?
Eyelash Extension Styles For Different Eye Shapes
|Eye Shape vs Lash Style
How do you know your eye shape?
How to find your eye shape:
- Find a mirror. Place a mirror at eye level to get the best view, then take a step back. …
- Look for a visible crease. Take a look at the top of your eyelid. …
- Draw an invisible line straight across your eye. If you don’t have hooded or monolid eyes, try this trick. …
- Still not sure?
Camellia lashes are Multi Length Volume Eyelash Extensions. They are typically fuller than your Classic lashes and are staggered in a mix of lengths. Each row has 4 different lengths to mimic the natural growth cycle of the lashes.
Russian Volume Lashes are ultra fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same fibres as classic lashes. However, as they are much thinner so your lash technician is able to apply more than one to each natural lash. Russian Lashes are typically applied in a fan-like shape, which adds to the ‘volume’ look.
A Hybrid lash treatment is a combination of two techniques: Volume (SVS or Russian) and Individual lash extensions (Extend). Taking the best bits from both treatments, Hybrid Lashes will give you volume and length, resulting in a wispy, textured lash extension look that last for up to 8 weeks.
Students often ask us what are the most popular eyelash extensions by thickness, length and curl. The answer is – CC 0.07 12mm. C curl is the most natural looking and D curl is a bit more dramatic. Therefore, CC curl is recommended for most of the customers as it allows to open up the eye without looking artificial.
Monolid Eyes: If you don’t have much (or any) of a crease where your eyelid meets the skin below your eyebrows (and the shape of your lid tends to be flatter), that is a good indication you have a monolid eye shape. With this shape, the crease of the eye isn’t visible when your eyes are open.
Downturned eyes are one of the six most common eye shapes (alongside upturned eyes, almond eyes, round eyes, hooded eyes, and monolids). If your eyes are downturned, you have a downward tilt at the outer corners of your eyes, which can make your upper lid look much larger than your bottom lid.