It can be difficult to know what you want when you put on eyelash extensions. It's even harder to know what's going on while you're fixing your eyelashes. In a regular consultation, you'll likely be asked about five preferences: thickness, type, style, curvature and length. So here's a guide that will help you prepare for your appointment and understand what your eyelash artist does with his eyes closed.
The average length of normal eyelashes will be about 10 mm to 12 mm, so some are longer and others are shorter. It's a good starting point for measuring the size of eyelashes you want. Trust me when I say that eyelash extensions come in all lengths and sizes. The tabs are available from 7 mm to 17 mm.
Most rooms are 8 mm to 14 mm. Don't be fooled, longer eyelashes aren't always better. In fact, using eyelashes larger than 14 mm will overload your natural eyelashes. Unless you have natural, long, healthy eyelashes to start with, I would recommend using a shorter length.
As I said before, all is not lost. If you choose a shorter eyelash length, you can always get a more dramatic curl or a thicker eyelash extension to exaggerate your look. The most popular eyelash thickness for classic eyelashes is between 0.10 and 0.15 mm. It is recommended to use eyelash extensions from 0.03 to 0.10 to create voluminous, mega-volume and hybrid eyelashes, and technicians prefer 0.05 and 0.07 for these styles.
Again, just like when choosing the thickness of the eyelashes, when choosing the length, you must first evaluate the client's natural eyelashes. For example, women with hooded eyes will need a different set of eyelashes than women with almond-shaped eyes. So compare natural eyelashes with extensions and choose those that are a little thicker than the natural ones. People with naturally long eyelashes may find that a length of 12 or 13, for example, is the perfect natural length, but those with shorter eyelashes may feel that 10 or 11 is ideal.
The L curl has a harder L shape, which makes these eyelashes ideal if you work with clients who have hooded eyelids for whom the D curling isn't enough. The reason why eyelash extensions come in different thicknesses, lengths, and curls is to create the best personalized look for each client. For example, some have deeper eyes and may find that they need a longer length than others with prominent eyes to get the same natural look, since the eyelashes must travel a longer distance from the root to the surface to really look good. Different parts of the eye require different lengths; eyelash artists should be able to mix the lengths to create a complete, natural look.
If you have any questions about the eyelash process or your eye type, send me an email, I'd love to chat. Eyelash extensions are artificial fibers that are dipped in eyelash glue and attached to natural eyelashes, one by one. I recommend not using anything thicker than 0.23mm because they are simply too heavy for most natural eyelashes to hold. Strappy eyelashes are made to mimic the length of your own eyelashes, so when you put your eyelashes in strips, they'll look much longer.
The ability of natural eyelashes to support weight: Some people love that they look really long and dramatic, which is great, but it's important to consider natural eyelashes. CC Curl Eyelash Extensions The SCC curl is somewhere between curl C and D, it is curlier than in C, but not as spectacular as eyelash extensions with D curl. .