Are you looking for the perfect eyelash extension curl to enhance your eyes? There are many different types of curls available, and it can be difficult to decide which one is best for you. Let's take a look at the differences between C-curl and D-curl eyelash extensions, and how to choose the right curl for your eye shape. The D-curl is very similar to the C-curl, only curlier. It is especially effective for customers with downward slanted eyelashes who want an eye-catching look.
These eyelashes will brighten and expand the eye and give a remarkable curling effect. The main difference between D and C Curl lashes is that D Curl lashes are longer and curler than C Curl lashes. The D curve is designed to make the eyes look wider and brighter, while the C Curl eyelashes are more dramatic and create a spectacular contrast. In short, there is one main difference between a C curl and a D curl.
A C curl is more natural and is an excellent starting curl for a customer's whole. The D-curl is more dramatic and will help you create that stretch, it's more spectacular than if you curl your natural lashes with an eyelash curler. C-Curl: Lightweight, natural curl that is often used by customers looking for a very natural look, this type of curl doesn't open their eyes much, so it might not be the best choice for people who have “closed” eyes. The C-shaped eyelashes are intended for clients with a slight curl on their natural eyelashes and will create an open-eye effect. L-Curl: Often used for Asian clients or those whose eyelashes grow downward; this curl is used for a natural look.
Curl LC: Like an L-curl, the LC curl has a flat base, however, the curl in the LC curl is stronger, allowing you to open your eyes visibly and create a glamorous look with the slight “eyelash curler” effect. Curl CC: The most commonly used type of curl, especially during volume application, this curl allows you to open the eye, pick up the eyelashes that are growing and create a fresh and rested look for the client. When selecting an eyelash extension curl, it's important to keep in mind that the stronger the curl (the shorter the eyelashes), natural eyelashes will dominate and create damage. If you need to stock up on eyelashes for your clients, or even for yourself, The Lash Professional offers all the curls and sizes you need. In conclusion, when selecting an eyelash extension curl, it's important to consider your eye shape and desired look. For those with downward slanted eyes who want an eye-catching look, D-curls are ideal. For those looking for a more natural look, C-curls are best.
And for those looking for a glamorous look with a slight “eyelash curler” effect, LC curls are perfect. No matter what type of curl you choose, make sure to select the correct length and thickness to avoid damage to your natural lashes.