When it comes to eyelash extensions, there are two main types of curls: C curl and D curl. The C-curl is the most common curl that matches most people's natural eyelash curl. It is designed for clients with a slight curl on their natural eyelashes and will create an open-eye effect. The C-curl is one of the most popular curls worldwide, as it provides a more natural curl effect and significantly opens customers' eyes, achieving a more stylized look than you normally get with an eyelash curler.
On the other hand, the D-curl is the most dramatic and raised, it will be the most visible from the front and is also the most popular. It is excellent for people with large or hooded eyes, as it gives the appearance of more open and awake eyes. However, if used for clients with natural eyelashes angled upwards or with heavily hooded eyelids, extensions can puncture the client's eyelids. Therefore, it is essential to choose the right combination of curl and thickness of the extensions according to your client's natural eyelashes.
The M curl is another option that is designed to enhance the appearance of natural lashes at a downward angle. This is a creative way to blend different curls, creating eyelashes full of volume, volume and style like nothing else. When you have decided on the curl, it is also important to think about the thickness of the eyelashes and the length. In conclusion, C-curled lashes are some of the most popular for both customers and eyelash artists as they provide a more natural curl effect and significantly open customers' eyes.
On the other hand, D-curls are excellent for people with large or hooded eyes, as they give the appearance of more open and awake eyes. Therefore, it is essential to choose the right combination of curl and thickness of the extensions according to your client's natural eyelashes.