Different Types of Eyelash Curls & Blending


Different Types of Eyelash Curls 

Eyelash Extensions are one of the most popular beauty treatments today, and lash professionals need to know the different types of eyelash curls available. From mixing curls to other curl names, there is a wide variety of options for lash professionals to choose from. This article will discuss the different types of eyelash curls and their benefits, as well as how to mix them for the perfect look. With this knowledge in hand, you can create beautiful looks that will make your clients look and feel their best.

Eyelash curling is an art form and a skill that lash professionals take pride in. With the right techniques, tools, and products, lash professionals can create beautiful and unique looks for their clients. There are different types of eyelash curls available for lash professionals to choose from, each with its own unique characteristics. In this article, we will discuss the different types of eyelash curls available to lash professionals as well as how to mix various curls together to create stunning looks. We will also discuss other curl names that may be used when talking about eyelash extension curls 

J Curl- Very straight. Can be used on both the top rows and the bottom. J curl looks exquisite over B curl for a perfect line of styling or to add some dimension for upward facing natural lashes. 

B curl- Gentle curl, great for lower lashes. Increased contact area improves retention with less twisting as the natural lashes grow. Avoid extreme downward facing lashes using this curl. 

C curl- Natural curl with a gentle mascara like lift, very subtle by visible. In longer lengths blend with CC for a bit noticeable impact. 

CC curl- Most versatile. This curl suits most clients. If you’re looking to mix the lash curls CC is a great base curl since it’s very versatile. Can be blended with C curl or D curl very beautifully. 

D Curl- Works great for clients with downward facing natural lashes. Can be blended nicely with CC curl on shorter lengths.

DD Curl- Curl with the most noticeable impact. Great for spectacle wearers due to less forward protrusion. Best used in 10mm or longer, shorter lengths can be shocking for first time lash professionals. 

L Curl- Ideal for Butterfly wing liner styling and extra flick on sweeping style shapes. 

L+ Curl- L+ curls creates more illusion of more length and the longer base gives more adhesive contact area. 

M- Extended straight base makes lashes appear much longer, great for deeper set eyes. 

When mixing curls you can set an area a curl higher or lower to create shape. Simply blending a simply style shape with 50% one curl and another 50% the other curl with two complimenting curls will add a more dimensional texture.

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