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- The shape of your eye can have a big effect on what types of lashes look best on you. Here are some tips on what types of lashes to get for your particular eye shape.
Round eyes - If you have round eyes, you often have large eyes and are able to see white around the iris. Wispy lashes with more drama towards the outer corner will create a seductive cat-eye shape while curled options will add even more drama. We recommend the styles TAYLOR, FLIRTY, DIAMOND, DENI, and CAMILLE.
Almond eyes - If you have almond eyes, you won't be able to see any white above or below your iris. You can get away with almost any lash you like, and you can show off the sexy shape of your eyes with voluminous lashes that are evenly distributed all way along the band. We recommend the styles EMELY, AVERY, MARLY, CHANEL and DEMI.
Hooded Eyes - If you have hooded eyes, the fold of the eyelid hides some of your lid while the eyes are open, causing not all of the lid to be visible. Shorter and more natural looking lashes compliment hooded eyes exceptionally well. Lashes that are slightly longer in the center can also help to create an illusion of depth. We recommend the styles DIAMOND, AVERY, FLIRTY, AND EMELY.
Deep-Set Eyes - If you have deep-set eyes, your eyes sit slightly further back under your brow bone. You can add all the drama with your lashes. A long, curled pair of lashes will open up your eyes and enhance their size. Be sure to gently curl them to help open up the eye. We recommend the styles DENI, CHANEL, CAMILLE, and MAGIC.
Monolid Eyes - If you have monolid eyes, no crease on your eyelid can be seen - most common among Asian ethnicities. Opt for fluttery lashes with crisscross layers that open up the eye or shorter, less dramatic lashes. Our top tip is to always curl the lashes once they’re applied, to give more height to the eyes. We recommend the styles MAGIC, GIANNA, FLIRTY, and DIAMOND.
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