It is not always easy to determine which eyelash extensions will look the best on these eye shapes, but don’t worry, we got you! We’ll explain to you which eyelash extensions look the best on deep-set eyes. And hopefully, make the lash application process a much smoother experience for you with a great end result for the client.
What are deep-set eyes?
As the name says it, deep-set eyes are set into the skull. This type of eye shape will result in the brow bone overshadowing the eyes and the eyelids.
For clients with deep-set eyes, you are going to want to create length right across the lash line with the longest lengths in the middle. This is very similar to doll-eye mapping as this type of eye mapping will give the illusion of bigger and brighter eyes.
What to consider when choosing lashes for deep-set eyes?
The length of eyelash extensions: for clients with deep-set eyes, you're going to use the longest lengths right in the middle of the eye. You can use the pupil as a good guide to where you can find the middle. You can use lengths between 9-15mm, and it all depends on the client’s natural lashes as you should only be using lengths that are 2-3mm longer than the natural lash.
The curl of eyelash extensions: clients with deep-set will benefit from using curls such as B curl or C curl as a stronger curl may make the clients lash line too heavy or overly dramatic.
The facial figures: just like the originality of each client’s eye shape, their facial features will also be different. Make sure you give enough time to analyze your client’s facial features as well. Another great way to help you determine the best lash mapping, curl, and length is just to simply ask your client. Then you can contrast their facial features and what they want to see if it’ll work!
Best eyelashes for deep-set eyes?
When choosing the right type of eyelash extensions to use on your client, it's important that you are working with top-of-the-line products with the best quality. LLBA Professional offers that and more!
Their SuperMink lash trays are soft, dark, and fan so easily off the strip. It makes making volume fans so easy which helps you tremendously when you’re working for such a long time. SuperMink lashes are also so fluffy which will give your client the appearance of much more fuller lashes. LLBA Professional offers Supermink in the following lengths, curls, and diameters
- C, CC, D, L, M curl
- Single lengths 8mm to 17mm, mix lengths 7mm-15mm
- Diameter for volume: 0.03mm, 0.05mm, 0.07mm
- Diameter for classic and hybrid: 0.10, 0.12mm, 0.15mm, 0.18mm, 0.2mm
- 100% vegan and cruelty-free.
This type of tape is ideal for sensitive or fragile skin as it is hypoallergenic and water-resistant. They are equipped with an adhesive that holds securely to the skin but you totally can remove them with a minimal hair-pulling. This is also a great tool to use to help you with the layering method, isolating and even pulling the inner corner to get the smaller lashes.
Lash map stickers: are great to help you map out your lash style while still keeping the under-eye pad free from any writing.
Made of anti-static stainless steel, a wide range of tweezers, and colors, we are sure that you will definitely find ones that best suit you! We suggest “Give me the D” for making fans and for applying the lashes.
Promade fans are great when you want to save time or if you aren’t familiar with the volume handmade technique. This will allow you to give more volume to your client. They are available from 3D to 20D with a variety of packaging choices such as loose, XL tray, 3-in-1, or 6-in-1.
No matter what lash supplies you use, our end goal as lash artists should always be the happiness of our clients and how satisfied they are with the lashes we’ve just applied. This will all depend on our ability to assess their eye shape beforehand. Once we’ve done that, we can execute the perfect set based on their facial features, eye shape, and what wishes are. It takes time and practice to determine what to use on the fly, but remember every appointment you get is a learning experience. The more you practice that skill the better you’ll get at it.
Hopefully, this article has helped you do just that. We’ve compiled many articles about different topics to help lash artists gain better knowledge on certain topics. So check out the other articles to level up your lash knowledge!