You asked: What lashes to use on straight lashes?

B curl lash extensions will give the straight natural lashes a bit more lift than a J curl. B curl lashes have a bit more curl than J curls, but they are still an excellent option for clients with straight lashes that point straight or upward. Also, the B curl is an excellent option for inner corner lashes.

Do fake lashes work on straight lashes?

Lash extensions can be an ideal solution for your straight, boring lashes, and can give you that perfect curl you’ve always dreamed of having – without regular perm treatments or time spent with a curler in hand.

Can you do eyelash extensions on straight lashes?

The short answer: absolutely! The long answer: Eyelash extensions are customised to each client’s natural lashes – we apply tailored extensions to straight lashes, naturally curly lashes and everything in between.

Do you curl your lashes before applying falsies?

Using an eyelash curler is one of the best ways to blend your actual lashes with false lashes. Make sure your eyelashes are clean (no mascara or glue residue) before curling your lashes. After that, you’ll want to add some mascara, which will help blend your natural lashes with your falsies for a seamless look.

Why did my lash extensions go straight?

Material: Oftentimes when natural lash extensions such as those made from real mink get wet, they lose the preset curl and become straight. Overheating: Cooking over high heat on the stove, grill, and oven can de-curl your lash extensions or even singe them.

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Do you glue false lashes to your eyelid or eyelashes?

Tested beauty tip: Apply the strip to your upper lash line base (on top of your natural lashes), not on your eyelids. This was the biggest mistake I made the first time: I was trying to protect my real lashes and assumed I had to glue the falsies to my eye lids. Trust me, not a good look.

Do you apply false lashes to skin or lashes?

Having mascara to start with lets you pinch and push your natural lashes and the false lashes together so they set well. Squeeze the strip lash down onto the natural lashes so you don’t end up with a strip of skin between your lashes and the false lashes.