Updated: Jan 6
Hey Muse doll!
Let's admit it. Falsies are the best part of your glam routine. The perfect pair of falsies can make you go from girl to GIRLLL!
We are aware that there are various unique eye shapes out there and sometimes people need a little help figuring out what flatters their eye shape the most. So, at Muse Beauty, we'd like to help our muses choose the best Magnetic lashes suited for their eye shapes.
So let's get down to basics. Learning the characteristics of each eye shape and figuring out which one best fits the description of your own. Once you figure out what eye shape you have it is easier to master your glam look.
You can identify this by the visible creases in your eyelid and by checking if your iris touches both the top and bottom of your eyelids.
Recommended lash for almond eyes
Almond eyes can pull off pretty much any eyelash set, you lucky thing! Since your eye shape is very flattering and versatile, you can rock almost anything from natural to a little outside the box.
Recommended : Glam, Skye, Chloe, Tru, Aria, Eden & Maya Lash
Look straight in the mirror. If you can see the whites of your eyes below the iris, you have round eyes.
Recommended lash for round eyes
Round eyes look great with nearly all eyelashes too. Just avoid anything super thick, as this can make your eyes look smaller. Wispy lashes with more drama towards the outer corner will create seductive cat-eye shape while extreme curled options will add even more drama.
Recommended : Aria, Glam & Skye Lash
Try drawing straight line across your eye, if the outer corner of your eyes turns down beneath the line then you have downturned eyes.
Recommended lash for downturned eyes
Your eye shape is stunning enough, so you do not want to cover it up with massive lashes. The more natural look is your best friend. You'll ideally want to extend the outer corners of your eyes and create length along that lash line. You unquestionably have the perfect eye shape for an attention grabbing moment.
Recommended: Skye & Glam lash
Just the opposite of downturned eyes, the outer corner for upturned eyes flicks upwards. Try drawing an imaginary line on your lids and if the outer corner turns upwards above the line then you have upturned eyes.
Recommended lash for upturned eyes
Upturned eyes have a natural lift in the outer corners which can give the appearance of a larger eyelid area. This eye shape is another incredibly versatile eye shape since they are very similar to almond eyes but with an upward lift. 3D lashes that gradually increases in length towards the outer edges will flatter this eye shape and emphasize the upward flick. Try going for something extra, sometimes the more the better!
Recommended: Glam, Skye, Kloe, True & Aria Lash
Look for the crease in the center of your eyelid. If you do not have a crease, you have monolid eyes.
Recommended lash for Monolid eyes
Lucky you- monolids are an open canvas! However, although you could create a crease with any lash style, we recommend shying away from denser, double layered lashes that could make your eyelids look weighed down. Instead, get the glam you are looking for with a lighter, crisscross design.
Recommended: Eden & Maya lash
If your skin of your brow hangs down over your crease, making your upper lid look smaller and if you cannot see that crease when your eyes are completely open, then you have hooded eyes.
Recommended lash for Hooded eyes
Hooded eyes are sultry and mysterious. Flaunt that mystique by emphasizing your natural shape. Hooded eyes are a little tricky, but it just takes a little patience. However, at Muse Beauty we have the perfect lash set for all eye shapes.
The goal with hooded eyes and small eyes is to open the eyes as much as possible. Dramatic, long, and thick lashes can sometimes look too heavy and make your eyes look smaller. Instead, choose lashes that are shorter and more natural- looking. Lashes which are slightly longer in the center can also help to create an illusion of depth.
Recommended: Eden, Maya & Glam lash
Hope this was of help to you muses out there. Happy lashing!
Photo credits to Huda Beauty