Sometimes we want a dramatic look and false eyelashes helps us achieve that. False eyelashes can take your look from basic to glamorous in a way that mascara doesn’t. False lashes makes your eyes pop and takes most of the attention from your other facial features and can be done in just a few minutes.
Before you go ahead and purchase some for yourself, you should consider the shape of your eyes. If you have small eyes, your lashes should be wispy and spread out, while people with large eyes can pull off fuller and more dramatic lashes.
If you’re a newbie and trying false eyelashes for the first time, or you’re an oldie and need proper info on the various types of false lashes then this is for you.
Get yourself familiar with the different types of False Eyelashes below.
1. Natural Lashes: Natural Lashes just like the name are meant to mimic your natural eyelash pattern with some extra length and curl. They’re a little sparse so that you can blend your own lashes with the synthetic hair easily. Natural Lashes can be worn out to casual events, formal meetings and daytime outings.
2. Full & Glam Lashes: This is the complete opposite of natural lashes. Just as the name implies, Full & Glam Lashes are meant for when you want to look bold and edgy. Most people include them in photo-shoots and theater makeovers for when you want to look very dramatic. These type of lashes make your eyes look bigger and can be worn to parties and events like award shows or whenever you want that full glam look.
With Individual Lashes you can mix and match different lengths and customize your look based on your eye shape. These individual lashes are applied individually and may be used to fill in sparse areas or to make your lashes fuller.
4. Individual Flare Lashes: Individual Flare Lashes comes in 3 different lengths, short, medium and long. These type of lashes are very common for make up artists and are not meant for temporary use. With Individual Flare Lashes, you have the choice of making a voluminous and bold look by layering them or creating a flare look by adding a few at the outer eye or just enough to create a natural look.
5. Strip Lashes: Strip Lashes are probably the most common type of fasle lashes especially with beginners. They are applied in a strip making application and removal swift and easy, in other words, it is mainly for temporary wear. They are versatile and can be trimmed to custom fit your eyes to achieve your desired length. The downside of these type of lashes is that they are sometimes visible when you close your eyes.
NOTE: If you’re a beginner, then you should consult a qualified makeup artist before applying these false eyelashes yourself to avoid any mistakes.