There are a wide variety of eyelashes, including natural lashes, full lashes, long and short lashes and individual lashes. What kind of eyelashes would you say I should wear? Don't worried. There are lots of different kinds to choose from. There are several categories and each with its own strengths and weaknesses:
Natural eyelashes: You can tell by comparing them to other eyelashes that they look more delicate. These lashes will make your lashes longer and thicker, but not too exaggerated.
Full eyelashes: These are obviously thicker than natural eyelashes. Although these lashes look a bit too heavy for everyday wear, they are actually great for photos. It's the same principle as theatrical makeup -- the farther away people are from you, the more daring stage makeup has to be in order to look good. If you're taking a full-body photo, these lashes will be more prominent than natural lashes at a distance.
Long lashes and short lashes: This type of eyelash has a prominent pattern for long lashes and short lashes. Some lashes may be crossed, others straight, but the marked difference in tip length is their greatest feature. It is suitable for dating because it can create more delicate makeup.
Individual lashes: Instead of geting all your lashes together in a strip, they come in different lengths and are attached individually until the lash line is full. These lashes do take longer, but at the junction of your eyelids and eyelash line, they look more natural, and you can choose the length and length of your lashes according to your own length and appearance.
How long do they last? Traditional lash strips are faster to put on than individual lashes, but will usually only last you through the day. Depending on how much glue you used and how good of a bond you got, they should last through the end of the night. Although they take longer to put on, an added benefit to the individual lashes is that they are designed to last much longer than a one day use. You can get days, even weeks, out of your individual lashes.
Can I reuse my lashes? Yes! If you don’t use mascara when you wear your lashes, you can reuse them several times. Just use tweezers to pull the dried lash glue from the lashes after you remove them and store them in their original case until you want to use them again.
If you love them, you can wear them whenever you want! If you’ve been on the fence about false lashes, give it a try.You will find a confident person.