What You Need to Know About Eyelash Extensions. Part 2: Style and Curl
Without knowing the different types of eyelash extensions that are available to you, it can be difficult to decide what look you want and how to achieve it. In part 1, we talked about how length and thickness will affect your look. Today, we want to focus on style and curl by showing you several examples.
・ How to choose the best curl and design based on the look you want to achieve.
Curl designs are categorized by a letter that represents the shape of the curl. Below are some of the most common curls used for eyelash extensions.
❍ Natural Beauty
J curls are the most natural, minimally curled extensions that are great for creating a softer look. One advantage of using J curls is that the extensions last longer because of their wider width. This look is great for beginners who want to achieve a more natural look with extensions that are closest to the length and thickness of your actual lashes.
❍ The girl next door
We recommended C curls if you want to go for the doll look that will make your eyes appear more rounded. Because of their design, these curls can make your eyes look bigger and more feminine. They’re elegant yet modern. Apply the longer extensions towards the center of the eyes to accentuate your pupils and create a rounder, angelic look. Applying 80 - 120 lashes are ideal to achieve this look.
❍ Drop-dead gorgeous
CC curls and D curls are two of the best curls to use if you want to give your eyes more volume. These curls will give you a much more defined, bolder look compared to C curls. These two curls are great for people who have smaller eyes. Applying more than 130 lashes is ideal.
❍ Sexy Vixen
This look uses extended eyelash edges to give you a sexy, cat-eye look. This sophisticated look is one that can only be achieved by utilizing the magic of eyelash extensions. Applying CC curls or D curls is ideal if you really want to draw attention to your eyes. For people who have slanted or hooded eyelids, we recommend these two curls, when C curls just aren’t enough.
We’ve introduced you to a few of the most popular designs in this blog today. I hope the information we’ve provided you will help you to decide on your next eyelash extension design. Please feel free to contact us if you want to know more or have any questions about eyelash extensions.
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