Small details, such as the color of the band, are crucial for your eyelashes to look more natural. A nude or transparent band color will look more natural, while a black band color will add a little more definition to your eyes. The most natural extension materials are mink or silk. They are also the lightest, making them ideal for those who have never used eyelash extensions before.
Available in four different styles, Lilly Lashes Lite synthetic mink lashes are great because of their super soft hair and strong band. Above is the Mykonos style, a round eyelash that works best on almond-shaped eyes. If that's not your pace, check out the Miami style, known for complementing most eye shapes. Personally, I always choose synthetic silk or mink instead of synthetic, to create a natural look.
Softer and more flexible, less stiff and plastic-like, they usually also last longer. However, it may take more to create the dramatic look of synthetic lashes, something that some people love. The synthetic mink lashes we use are even thinner than the silk ones, creating an even more natural and soft look. When it comes to choosing the type of eyelashes you want, there are two main options: natural or synthetic.
Natural hair or mink lashes obviously look natural, but they can easily lose their shape once exposed to heat and water. They can also come off faster because they tend to be thinner than synthetic ones. Length and shape also play a role. The extensions come in various curl sizes.
B and C look the most natural. If a customer curls her lashes before applying mascara, she would use a mix of C and D. We use the highest quality lashes and adhesives to ensure they are lightweight, flexible, strong and durable, while also incredibly soft. The D's have the most curls, Zamora says, although she points out that for the most natural result, you'll want your artist to use a variety of sizes to imitate your natural eyelashes.
Shown here is the Fringe style, a full eyelash featuring faint hairs that add overall thickness and volume to the lashes. Designed for “an endearingly innocent look”, MAC's 33 genuine eyelashes are supposed to be mixed with a mix of tiny black and brown lashes. Classic lashes apply an extension to a natural eyelash, while volume lashes are multiple extensions that are applied to a natural eyelash to create a fluffier and more voluminous look. If my client has natural eyelashes that are 0.07 mm thick, I would use the same diameter or 0.1 mm to achieve a natural eyelash look.
But how do you get natural eyelash extensions? In this comprehensive guide, I'll share the techniques I use to achieve a natural look with eyelash extensions. Choosing the right eyelash extension with the same features as natural lashes is the first step to achieving a natural look. Only a few salons in Sydney make eyelash extensions with Russian volume, as it is an advanced technique and takes longer than classic eyelashes. This is because traditional false eyelashes stick to the top of the lash line and rest on the lashes.
If you want to achieve a natural look, you should choose eyelash extensions in the same color as your natural eyelashes. Later, the same brand appeared on the red covers of Naomi Osaka's Met Gala, where makeup artist Jessica Smalls had applied layers of Glossier Lash Slick mascara “to support false eyelashes”.