HOW TO: CHOOSE THE BEST LASH STYLE FOR YOUR EYE SHAPE

Posted by Adriana Hernandez on

 

Hey Glamour babes! Have you browsed our website and found yourself feeling a bit confused about what eyelash to purchase? Do you struggle with choosing the lash style that will most compliment your unique eye shape? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then keep reading to figure out what eye shape you have, and what lashes would best suit your eyes.

**The lash styles below are simply the ones we suggest for each specific eye shape. Feel free to choose whichever style you like best, whether we recommend it or not. 

DIFFERENT EYESHAPES:


Lashes can instantly make your eyes look bigger, brighter and more prominent. Selecting the right eyelash for your eye shape may be tricky at first, but once you identify your eye shape it gets much easier. 

EYESHAPES:

  • Round eyes: Round eyes are usually large eyes. To accentuate your beautiful round lashes we suggest you wear long, tapered (longer on the ends aka cat-eye), and dramatic falsies that fan outward. 

    Lash examples for round eyes: Boyfriend LashesCry Pretty Lashes, Jenny Lashes,

  • Close-set eyes: Close-set eyes are spaced very closely together. We suggest you wear tapered  (longer on the ends aka cat-eye) and flared lashes to create the illusion that your eyes are elongated. 

    Lash examples for close-set eyes: Boyfriend Lashes, Cry Pretty Lashes, Jenny Lashes

  •  Wide-set eyes: Wide-set eyes are spaced far apart. We suggest you wear full flared lashes or lashes that are double tapered with the longest hairs in the middle of the lash to bring attention inward for the shape of your eyes. 

    Lash examples for wide-set eyes:
    So Cute Lashes, Vanessa Lashes

  • Deep-set eyes: Deep-set eyes are set deep into the skull and have a more prominent brow bone. We suggest some long length lashes that are wispy lashes to bring out your eyes.

    Lash examples for deep-set eyes: Nayeli Lashes, Stephanie Lashes

  • Monolid eyes: Monolid eyes do not have a crease on the eyelid. False lashes can create a crease for you, so it's great to experiment with different styles. We suggest medium length lashes that are tapered at the end.

    Lash examples for monolid eyes: Boyfriend Lashes, Lilly Lashes, Vanessa Lashes

  • Down-turned eyes: Down-turned eyes have a slight drop on the outer corners. To create a symmetric look we suggest lashes that are longer in the middle or long lashes that are tapered at the ends.

    Lash examples for down-turned eyes: Cry Pretty LashesLiterally Lashes, Lulu Lashes, So Cute Lashes

  • Up-turned eyes: Up-turned eyes is an up-turned version of the almond eye and has a lift at the outer corners of the eyes. Most lash styles look beautiful on this eye shape, but we suggest some wispy lashes.

    Lash examples for up-turned eyes: Boyfriend Lashes, Eileen Lashes, Literally Lashes, Lulu Lashes, Soleil Lashes

  • Prominent eyes: Prominent eyes have the appearance that they are bulging out and are usually bigger. We suggest a shorter to medium length lash and wispy lashes for this eye shape.

    Lash examples for prominent eyes: Claudia Lashes, Eileen Lashes, Kesha Lashes

  • Small eyes: Small eyes are usually smaller than the rest of a person's facial features. We suggest the most natural looking lashes for them to enhance your eyes. 

    Lash examples for small eyes: Alejandra Lashes, Bby Lashes, Kesha Lashes

  • Almond shaped eyes: Almond shaped eyes have equal proportions with a visible lid when the eyes are open. Most lashes look beautiful on this eye shape, but we suggest a pair of wispy lashes for this eye shape.

    Lash examples for almond shaped eyes: Claudia Lashes, Kesha Lashes, Eileen Lashes

  • Hooded eyes: Hooded eyes have an extra layer of skin that droops over the crease which makes your lid appear smaller. We suggest wispy lashes with short and long strands of hair.

    Lash examples for hooded eyes: Bby Lashes, Jenny Lashes, Kesha Lashes

 


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