Asian lashes are stick straight, extremely hard to curl, extra thin, often sparse, and usually point straight down. Also, our eyes are shaped so differently from other ethnicities, that the technician really needs to have special artistic skills to place the proper length and choose the best lashes for asian eyes throughout the eye to create the perfect look.

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Here"s what I learned about eyelash extensions: they make you feel more attractive than you ever imagined. Allow me to share some important information with you before you schedule your first session.

Eyelash extensions are popular for a variety of reasons. For one thing, you start waking up with gorgeous lashes and don"t have to spend a lot of time maintaining them as long as you wash your face gently.

Are you still doubting getting eyelash extensions? Let me list down the benefits of getting and having eyelash extensions.

It will add volume to your natural lashes.It will enhance your eyes and your face look.You will not be required to use mascara.It will definitely not damage your natural lashes. (when done properly by a legit lash artist)It will feel lightweight and natural.It will give you a unique and stand out look.What is monolids?

A monolid is a single eyelid that lacks a crease. A double eyelid is one that does not have a crease. Monolids are a common face feature among Asians. Other races, on the other hand, may have a monolid or eyelid form without a crease.

It"s essential to remember that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, even eyelid forms. Monolids are unique and gorgeous. 


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THIS ILLUSTRATION EXPLAINS THAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO CONSIDER THE CLIENT"S EYES STRUCTURE WHEN CHOOSING THE MAPPING FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL CLIENT

 

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Clients with folded eyelids and monolids inner corners should be mapped out slightly differently. As illustrated if the lash lengths are too short, like 7-8mm, then the skin will actually cover a large part of the client’s extensions.

The solution for this is to actually increase the length of the inner corner lashes, in order to balance out the client’s eyes and give the client an open-eyed look.

 

GENETICS

Monolid eyes are most frequent in people of Asian heritage with eyelashes. Monolids can also be found in people of different races who have horizontal, extended eyes. Furthermore, some people with huge hoods on their eyelids may appear to have monolids. A monolid is formed when the skin folds over the visible crease.

 

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CAN MONOLIDS GET EYELASH EXTENSIONS?

For Asian eyes, eyelash extensions are a great option. Monolids will conceal the top half of all eyelashes, whereas eyes with folded eyelids will display the length of lash extensions you desired. As a result, for monolids, you should use 1mm to 2mm longer extensions..

 

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EYELASH EXTENSIONS FOR ASIAN EYES

Whether you’re an eyelash pro or an extension newbie wanting to know what exactly to ask your technician for, we’ve got tips that will be helpful to you below.

It is important to note that there are a lot of factors to consider when you get eyelash extensions. Though your eye shape is possibly the biggest thing to consider, you should also think about your eyelash condition, how fast your lashes grow, and even your face shape.

 

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TRIANGULAR EYES

Triangular eyes, as the name implies, have more evident three points in the eye, giving it a more triangular appearance. This may occur spontaneously or as the outer portion of the eye begins to sag as you get older.


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DOWNTURNED EYES

Downturned eyes have a slight dropping on the outer corners. You can recognize downturned eyes by the fact that the outer corners are angled downwards, rather than upwards, or even towards the middle. This eye shape can sometimes give the impression of sad or tired eyes, which is why most people are looking to visually “lift” the eyes a little bit with clever use of makeup, or in this case, lash extensions.

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Recommended Lash Extension: Cat Eyes

 

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UPTURNED EYES

Basically the opposite of downturned eyes, upturned eyes have outer corners that turn upward and are higher than the inner corner. The outer corners of the eye are higher than the inner corners. This tends to make the person look brighter and more alert. However, it does give the impression that he/she is a little more serious and is not as friendly.

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Recommended Lash Extension: Open Eyes

 

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WHICH CURL TO USE?

As you can see on the diagram there’s a variety of curls to choose from, when you are evaluating the clients eyes and trying to choose the perfect lash curl and length for them. As a lash artist, it is your role, to evaluate and recommend a curl that will suit your clients eye shape perfectly. Clients that have Asian hooded eyes and monolids typically look best with L, M and L + curls. However, there is no perfect template that can be replicated for each client that has Asian hooded eyes or monolid eyes, because each clients eye shape and size should be evaluated individually, since as a lash artist you want to customize each clients lash extensions set. 

 

WORKING WITH M CURL LASHES AND WORKS WELL WITH HOODED EYES

 

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It’s incredibly important when working on eyelash extensions for Asian eyes to avoid lash curls that will be unflattering.

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For monolids, it’s better to avoid using flat curls like J and B curls since the natural lash is already flat, this curl will simply weight down the lash and make the eye look smaller.

L and L + curls are exotic and trendy curls that can be used on some monolid lash clients. These curls can sometimes obstruct the client’s view and therefore it is sometimes best to either avoid them or only use shorter lengths in order to avoid obstructing the client’s filed of vision.

Monolid clients will typically have straighter lashes. Choose a more dramatically curled lash, such as a L or L+, for them. These extensions will open the eyes by peeking through the otherwise heavy lash line without weighing down natural eyelashes, thanks to their flat base and significant curl.

Choose a stronger curl like C-curl or D-curl for monolid clients. L and L Plus curls can be used for monolids, and they will result in a nice chic set.

Example of How an L curl can look for clients with monolids

 

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HOW TO TAPE THE INNER CORNER?

This is the best way to apply the lash tape in order to remove the extra skin and ensure that all the small inner corners hairs are worked thoroughly perfectly. This is especially important when working with clients that have smaller eyes, and when working with hooded eyes. Since the visibility of hooded eyes will be more difficult for the lash artist, it is always recommended to have the perfect tools and techniques that will make visualizing the inner corners easier and more effective for the lash artist.

 

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Lash Extensions Asian Eyes

Apply surgical tape just above the base of the lashes on the upper lid. Next, pull it just a little bit towards the temple. This causes the lashes to automatically isolate!J and B curl lashes are ideal for Asian eyes, especially if your Asian client has a monolid – meaning that there is no visible eyelid crease. C curls tend to look very unnatural with a monolid eye.If your client has a super slanted eye, where the inner corner is lower than the outer corner, avoid applying lashes too much to the inner corner. Applying lashes here can actually cause this type of eye to appear even smaller or even closed.Use a shorter length on Asian eyes than you would use on clients of other ethnicities. However, thicker diameters work best!

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HOW DO YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYELASH EXTENSIONS?

Don’t get your lashes wet for 24-48 hours after your eyelash application.Avoid using oil-based eye makeup removed.Try to sleep on your back!Make it a habit to clean your lashes regularly. 

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