How to prevent droopy eyes with Eyelash Extensions
Hi my Name is Amy and I own a successful Eyelash Extensions Studio in Sydney.
The most common question posed to a lash artist;
Can I have a cat eye?
While it’s not always achievable to produce a cat eye on eyes that aren’t almond shaped, you must assess first before promising such a look.
Most people think that cat eye effect has longer lashes on the ends however this can result in the extensions weighing down the natural lashes, therefore giving droopy eyes.
- In order to give “lift” you should use shorter extensions towards the end of the lash line.
You need to consider the:
- weight to strength ratio;
- eyes & the lashes; and
- where to lengthen in the correct spot.
If the lashes are growing downwards & you apply a long thick extension to it, it will be weighed down even more. You can fix damaged lashes in a few simple steps.
The natural lash needs something in the opposite direction. Try shorter or a stronger curl. To get customised eyelash extensions for your eye shape you have come to the right place
If you haven’t achieved the desired look, ensure you have an open eye photo and make changes the next time you see the client.
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