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With so many fantastic eyelash shapes available, it can be difficult to know which ones will be the most flattering and how to use them to enhance your natural beauty perfectly. Here is a guide to which shape to go for, depending on your eye shape.
If you have deep-set eyes, you should make the most of your prominent brow bone and wear lashes that emphasize this well. You can get away with being overly dramatic without your lashes overpowering your eyes. Long lashes with lots of volume will look stunning on you, especially on a big night out. Make the most of those gorgeous eyes.
If you have round eyes, they are likely to be big, wide, and sparkly - and perfect for enhancing with a pair of gorgeous lashes such as these Designer Lashes. You will look fantastic in a pair of lashes that elongate the eyes, so go for something long and curly. You will get away with being super-girly if that is your style, so don’t be afraid to embrace your inner goddess. You can create flirty volumes by going for something that is longer at the corners as this will create a cat-like effect.
You have the good fortune of having almond-shaped eyes, they are incredibly versatile. You already have a natural point and a wider center to your lashes, so make the most of them. Most styles will complement your shape, so it is up to you. If you want to look business-like and professional in the daytime, opt for something that works with your natural lash. However, for a glam evening look, don’t be afraid to go longer with pointier ends.
Hooded eyes can be made to pop by using the right eyeshadow, so your emphasis should be here. However, to complete your look with a pair of stunning lashes, how about something that gives your eyes some depth? Go for lashes that will open your eyes at the center and make them look bigger. You can carry off volume well, so don’t be afraid to go for a set that makes your natural lashes look a lot fuller.
As monoid eyes have no visible crease, a great pair of lashes can change the appearance of the eyes dramatically and accentuate them well. Monoid lashes tend to be quite straight, but you can create a fantastic look by lengthening your lashes, especially at the outer corners. This will elongate the shape of your eye and will look stunning.
Close-set eyes are defined by the fact that the inner corner of your eye will sit close to your nose. You can emphasize the shape of your eye by wearing some lashes that accentuate the outer corners and lengthen them. If you want a more pronounced look, get some lashes that go out at the corners but are shorter toward the center, creating a style that will make you look naturally gorgeous.
This is a great eye shape as you can create amazing cat-like eyes without too much effort. The type of lashes to opt for are some that give you a lot of length along your lash line. This is a fantastic look to continue using eyeliner, such as this Brown Designer Eyeliner, too. This will draw a lot of attention to your eyes, and you should emphasize them as your best feature.
Your eyes are likely to be naturally beautiful if you are lucky enough to have prominent eyes, so you should really make the most of them, especially if you are getting glammed up for a big night out. The lashes that will suit you best will have varying lengths. It is best to go for length at the outside edge, getting shorter towards the center and inner eye. This will make your lash line stand out, and you will look gorgeous and natural.
We hope this guide has given you some great ideas about what style of lashes to go for. However, you need to feel comfortable in whatever you choose. It might be practical to treat yourself to a few different pairs that you can try around the house and see which ones you like best. That way, you can change your lashes depending on how you feel and what the occasion is, and you will never get bored of wearing the same pair!
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