How to Pick (the Best) False Eyelashes for Different Eye Shapes
Have you tried to wear falsies and failed? We reveal the secret to pick the best false eyelashes for your eye shape! Read on!
Wearing false eyelashes is one of the fastest and simplest ways to make your eyes stand out. But, have you tried to flaunt long false eyelashes and failed? You may not have picked the perfect falsies for your eye shape. Don’t let these small details ruin your perfect makeup!
False eyelashes can make your eyes look sunken, smaller or even bigger. You should consider which ones are a good fit for you, and it all depends on the shape of your eye. Check out these tips and pick your best pair of false eyelashes!
But first, a few tips for Fake Eyelashes
For a natural look, enhance your lashes by adding a subtle length and volume. This is best for beginners and those brides who do not want people to notice their falsies.
- If this is your first time wearing falsies, don’t go for a dramatic look
- Always trim your false eyelashes before applying them.
- Don’t go overboard with the glue or pick magnetic eyelashes instead.
- Don’t ever sleep with you false eyelashes on.
- For lash extensions, your stylist should take into consideration the shape of both your face and eyes. And suit the styling of the lash extensions to how you would like your eyes to look.
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False Eyelashes on Fleek for Small Eyes
For small eyes, false eyelashes are highly recommended. For a cute vibe go for longer lashes on the center of the eyes, it will make your eyes look bigger, more round and open. Avoid them if you already have round eyes. You should also choose falsies that combine long and short lashes, to get a more open look.
Picking Falsies for Almond Eyes
It’s super easy to identify almond shaped eyes. They look like two perfect almonds! Any look will look good with this eye. With lots of lid space, these eyes will look super fab with a dramatic eye. The glam look is perfect for those who want high volume, length and curl in their lashes. Volume, volume and more volume!
How to Choose False Eyelashes for Close-Set Eyes
If you have been super concerned with your close set eyes and want to make them pop, falsies are a must. Choose false eyelashes with more volume on the outer corner. This will give the impression of wider set eyes. For this sultry and exotic look, pick fake eyelashes with longer outer corners. They will emphasize the width of the eyes. Nifty little secret, right?
Lashes for Wide Set Eyes that are Fire
On the opposite side of the spectrum, we have eyes that are set far apart from each other. Call attention away from the outer corners, so avoid angled lashes. Choose false eyelashes with the same length from the middle to the outer corner. Work the eyeliner extending it towards the bridge of your nose.
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Picking the Most Fab Eyelashes for Deep Set Eyes
How do you know if your eyes are deep set? Place your index finger upwards over your eye. If you cannot touch it, then you have amazing deep set eyes. The doll look, also recommended for round eyes, and with long and very wispy lashes are a great choice. Any false eyelashes that are very long and very voluminous will give the illusion of less depth. False eyelashes that are very long in the middle will help draw the eye forward as well.
Perfect Fake Lashes for Prominent Eyes
Prominent eyes are expressive, so the natural look is the most fitting both for day or night. For an instant smoldering vibe, add longer lashes at the outer end to create a cat eye. Or try long and curly lashes in the middle for a flirty look. It is best to opt for falsies with separate lashes and not much volume so they don’t overwhelm your eyes.
False Eyelashes for Hooded Eyes (or Heavy Lided)
The secret with hooded eyes is to cover the eyelid. Opt for curlier lashes, lashes that are longer in the outer corner on in the middle. A nice cat eye with long and curled lashes will look divine. Avoid straight lashes at all costs. Go thin with your eyeliner or pick a sparkly one to brighten the look.
A great tip? Apply individual false eyelashes to the outer part of your lash line! Use a tweezer to apply individual false eyelashes for extra precision.
Get Flirty Looks for Round Eyes!
If you have round eyes, avoid voluminous false eyelashes as they round up the eye even more. It is best to opt for long, thin and separate falsies. Or some with a short-long pattern, that gives a bit of a doll-like effect that opens up the eye. You may also choose winged and wispy lashes that go along the lash line well to help create a cat eye shape.
Best False Eyelashes for Monolids
Monolids lack that natural double crease plus the lids cover most of the eyelashes making them look shorter.
Longer lashes definitely help draw attention to your eyes. So, a less dense pair of fake and curly eyelashes can add more volume and create a believable, lush look. Pick some with natural length bur lots or curl, preferably elongated ones for a cat eye effect. Go ahead and flaunt your peepers!
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Best Lash Looks for Upturned Eyes
Lucky you and your permanent cat eyes! So many choices to frame those beautiful eyes. If you are looking to accentuate your feline shape, try any lashes that fan out with the most volume on the outer ends. If you want to balance them out, pick lashes that are thick and full. Now go out and play!
The Allure of the Downturned Eyes
Sexy and glam, downturned eyes can easily be overwhelmed by heavy and thick eyelashes. Highlight your vintage look with soft, thin, feathery-like lashes.
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