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Design Style


Cat Eye Style

Uses curly and long lashes on the edges of the eyes. Creates almond shaped eyes with a sultry look.


Natural Style 

Uses lashes are placed mimic your natural eyelash pattern. Create a natural look.


Cute Style

Uses curly and long lashes on the center of the eyelid. Accentuates the iris of the eyes to make the eyes look bigger.


Gorgeous Style

Uses the dame length if lashes throughout. Thickens the lashes and gives a gorgeous impression.

Lash Curls


J Curl 

Mimicking the natural shape of eyelashes, it has a light curvature at tip and lead a more natural appearance.


B Curl 

This curl's bend falls between the J and C curls, and is typically used for the inner corners of the eyes and bottom row of lashes. B curls are a popular choice to blend with C curls to create texture and lift.


C Curl 

These lashes give clients a bright, wide-eye effect without looking too heavy or dramatics. 

C curl tend to be blended with other curls for texturizing. 


CC Curl 

This has very strong curly hair to be used when you need much more voluminous eyes than C curl. You can change your eyelashes to display a sexy and cheerful look.


D Curl 

This curl brings on the drama. Used to create the illusion of a bigger eye, the D curl is typically blended with other curls for texturizing. 


U/DD Curl 

Half circle shape and is the curliest type of lash extension. Used for dramatically opening the eyes.

For mature eyes with heavy lids it’s better to use shorter length of U curl extensions since longer ones will more likely pick the upper lid skin.


L Curl 

This curl type is perfect for straight lashes and downward pointing lashes and for single eyelid and deep-set eyes. This curl type helps extension last more days since it has the longest base for bondage.

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