Each Eyelash Artist Need An 'L' Curl Lashes

Each Eyelash Artist Need An 'L' Curl Lashes
L curl trays are really taking off in the Lash industry. These type of curls are a great alternative for clients with tricky shaped eyes, L curl creates a lovely natural lift.Also we have five different 'l' curl. These trays are great for techs who want to explore their craft and try out new innovative products!

L curl trays are really taking off in the Lash industry. How many kinds of L curl lashes you have? Guess it.

Let's check the answer now. It's five! You correct or wrong?

Now have a view about our L curl lashes.


What's the similarity among them?

They all have a flat base! 

L curls are essentially C or D curls with a flat base. Because of the flat base, you will be able to give your client the ultimate eyelid lift. L curl are developed to provide a wide-eye effect to the clients with hooded eyelids, deep-set eyes.

Whay I said they are suitable for all eyelash artists?

There are many different ways to bring this curl to life and how to use it to your advantage.

 As described above, you can use L curl for the entire set to lift downturned natural lashes. 

  • When it comes to mapping

    Any shaping with this curl will look lovely. You may also take your creativity even further by blending L curl with any other curls you see fit.For example, if you're doing a cat eye style on your client, you can use less curly lashes on the inner- middle part of the eye to keep those areas subtle. 

  • To bring emphasis towards the outer part of the eye, you may use L curl just on the outer corner to lift and extend that area- creating a true Cat Eye finish. 

  • To take your set even further, you could direct the lashes on an angle pointing outward on the end corners as well- this gives a sharper, more elongated look.

You can get as creative as you like by mixing L curl with any other curls you choose.

The trick is to ensure you blend the curls together well. 

Let's say you’re blending C and L curl together. C curl will be used from the inner to middle of the eye and L curl will be used on the outer corners of the eye.

Once it has been decided where C will end and L will begin, use it as a half way mark between the two curls. The mix of both will help ease the transition between the curls. Your mapping will look a little bit like this - C/C/C/C/L/C/L/C/L/L/L/L.

Different 'L' curl and different normal curl must have a magic in your hand. If you are interested in our eyelashes, please feel free to contact us!

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