Not only do lashes come in different lengths and thickness they come in different curls. Different curls create different looks. There are curls for every look and every eye shape. Most clients’ natural lashes will not necessarily match the curl of the synthetic lash. The Curls include J, B, C, CC, D, L, and L+.
J CURL | The most natural lash. This lash has a very slight lift off from a straight line and resembles an average natural lash.
B CURL | This eyelash has a slightly greater curl than the J Curl. This lash would be used for a more natural look.
C CURL | This is a very popular choice for curl as it compares to eyelashes being curled with an eyelash curler. This is a great go-to lash for client’s that don’t know what they want or if your unsure on what to use for their eye shape. This curl flatters and lifts most eye shapes but can really make a hooded eyelid pop.
CC CURL | Growing in popularity, CC curls are a perfect medium between C and D curl. These lashes are so versatile on their own but they can also be easily mixed with C or D to create different styles.
D CURL | The curliest and most dramatic curl. From a sideview, D curl has the greatest curve compared to the other styles. This curl differs the most from a natural eyelash and it helps to open deep set eyes and monolid eye shapes. D Curl is another very popular choice among clients and artists.
L CURL | The L family is the newest curl. L curl lashes have a straight base and then curls straight up. They are very beneficial when you are working with single lidded eyes.
L+ CURL | This Curl is very similar to the L curl as it also has a very straight base but with a more defined angle as it curls straight up. This curl actually resembles the letter L.