How to Create Natural Looking Eyelash Extensions
Eyelash extensions used to be reserved for the elite. Now, they're becoming more and more popular. Today's average woman can wake up looking effortlessly put-together, with no signs that she's had a little help. The key to this easy beauty? A fabulous lash artist who knows how to create the perfect natural-looking lashes. To keep your clients feeling like superstars, it's important to keep a few things in mind:
To make eyelash extensions look natural, use extensions with different thicknesses, lengths, and curvatures. At Sugarlash PRO, we carry extensions in a variety of sizes, including lengths of 8mm to 16mm, diameters from 0.05 to 0.18, and curls like B, C, D, L, and L +. To get the most natural look, blend lashes of different thicknesses, lengths, and curls. For an ultra-natural look, we recommend using mink extensions. A little off-duty drama? Try silk extensions.. Our silk lashes are made with a dark finish and velvety sheen to add drama while looking soft and natural. Or try our Natural Lash Trays. With three lengths per lash strip, natural-looking eyelash extensions are at your fingertips!
Thoroughly understanding your curl type will help you choose the best curls for natural-looking lash extension sets. To keep your lash sets looking authentic, stay close to your client’s natural lash curl, and steer clear of dramatic curl types.
ADD TEXTURE TO YOUR LASHES
At this very moment, each of your eyelashes is at a different stage of growth, from the brand new Anagen phase to the fully formed Catagen phase, to Telogen lashes ready to shed. As a lash professional, one of the most important parts of the job is mimicking the natural growth pattern of eyelashes. This means applying thinner, shorter extensions to new eyelashes, and thicker, longer extensions to fully developed lashes. To prevent harsh lines and get the most natural-looking lashes, ensure you texturize your lash sets.
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