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5 Different Eyelash Extension Styles



At lash! Your thinking of getting eyelash extensions, but with so many options your not clear on what works for you.

The Beauty of wearing eyelash extensions is there's a unique style for everyone. Based on your personal preference, eye shape or lifestyle. Below are a few styles that you can discuss with your lash technician when choosing a salon. At Juliette's Lash Therapy visual aids are great, you're always welcome to bring photos.


EYELASH EXTENSION STYLES


1. DOLL EYE

Doll eye focuses on the longest lashes towards the center of your eye, making them appear larger. This popular style is better suited for someone with a wide set or down turned eyes.


2. CAT EYE


Cat eye style gives your lashes a flare. Placing the longest length near the outer corner of your lash line. This gives you more of an exotic feline glare. This style is best worn with almond-shaped eyes.


3. NATURAL


Natural Lashes follow your natural lash line. Placing the longer length near the centre without changing the style as much. If you are looking for a natural look this, style is great for your every eye shape.


4. COLORED OR HIGHLIGHTED EXTENSIONS


Colored or highlighted lash extensions are interspersed throughout your lash line. Natural lash extensions can be mixed or Color dispersed in one area can be placed to create a more dramatic effect.


Colored extensions are ideal for clients that like to wear colors to compliment their eyes. For example; Blue lash extensions compliments brown eyes. Purple lash extensions with blue or green eyes.


5. Staggered Lashes


Staggered lashes are longer and shorter lashes mixed to create a wispy look. This style usually works best with volume lash extensions. Which gives you the appearance of having fuller lashes.


Your lash artist will assist in what style compliments your eyes as well as the length that's realistic for the health of your natural lashes. So, toss the mascara and the press on strips. Why wait to make an appointment? Your just one wink away!









Where Does Brow Lamination come from?

Brow Lamination is originally from Russia. A treatment that was used to groom celebrities and models strutting the walkway.


What Is The Process?

While relaxing, your brow specialist will sculpt and comb back your unruly or thin hairs in a more vertical direction. Filling in any gaps to give you a fuller brow. A solution is then applied to set your unique brow shape and a hydrating oil serum to nourish the hairs. After your brows are set; to perfection, they are groomed with waxing and tint. This process takes up to 45 minutes and lasts up to 4 to 6 weeks. The only aftercare is not to get your brows wet for 24 hours. Enjoy your beautiful brows and rebook your new look!



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