FIND YOUR EYE SHAPE
Which One Are You?
Upturned eyes are where the outer corners point higher than the inner corners, they are the perfect candidate for a cat eye. Choose lashes that gradually get longer at the end to accentuate your natural shape. Similar to almond eyes, this eye shape is very versatile. This eye shape is suitable for: all lash styles
Almond eyes are considered the most proportionate eye shape. Slightly pointed at the ends, with a wider centre where the curve of the iris is hidden by the upper and lower lids. Almond eyes are the eye equivalent of an oval face shape, so most lash styles look great. Show off the shape of your eyes by adding volume with full lashes that are evenly distributed. This eye shape is suitable for: all lash styles
Round set eyes have eyes that have round inner and outer corners. They are usually large, prominent and look more circular. The cornea of round eyes is surrounded by white all the way around. This eye shape is suitable for: Smize, Full Of Wisp, Shot of Flufff
Downturned eyes have outer-corners that are lower than the inner-corners. They can almost look like a reverse cat eye. You want to choose a lash that gradually gets longer at the ends to help lift the eye. This eye shape is suitable for: Whiplash, Smize, Silk Doll
Mono-lids eyes, commonly found among Asian people (or epicanthic folds as they're technically termed) are where the skin covers the upper eyelid and no crease is visible. Mono-lids can wear top heavy styles and especially fluttery, multi-layered lashes to open the eye. This eye shape is suitable for: Smize, Whip lash, Silk Doll
Hooded eyes have a crease with a prominent brow bone so the eyelid is not clearly visible when the eye is open. The wrong lashes can pull hooded eyes down and make them look small. Try a flirty and long style, with the longest part of the lashes directly above the pupil to really open the eye at the centre. This eye shape is suitable for: Whiplash, Silk Doll,