Because you guys seem to love it when we dive a little deeper into specific lash styles (check out our posts on half and three-quarter lashes, and bottom lashes) we thought why not give a big ol’ overview of all the types of lashes we offer.
Now, you can break down false lash styles in many ways – strip lashes, individual lashes, cluster lashes – the list goes on. However, because we offer a variety of strip lashes, we thought why not break down our categories a little more, so that when you go to buy your next pair, you know exactly what you’re getting.
So, without further ado, let’s get on into it.
At any given time you might see the categories on our site switch up, but for the most part, we like to keep everything pretty streamlined in that we separate thicker lashes from more natural styles, and so on and so forth.
As mentioned earlier, we also offer half, three-quarter and bottom lashes but since we already have dedicated posts on those topics, we thought we’d leave them out of this one. So let’s start with natural lashes.
Natural lashes are just that, natural. Basically, they throw the idea that fake lashes actually *look fake* out the damn window. Perfect for beginners and lash pros alike, they’re lightweight, comfortable and go on like a dream. Our current faves include Enchanting, Sweet Talker and Butterfly.
Put simply, these are pretty much the exact opposite of the above. They’re full on, fierce and add one helluva POP to your look. They include a number of our Silver Series lashes (check out more about them below) and despite their thickness, are actually super lightweight to wear. With almost a fluffy texture they’re super extra, but hey, sometimes that’s exactly what you need. If you want to throw on a thicc lash every now and then, why not check out our Ravishing or Vamp styles?
These bad boys are for when you’re looking for the perfect lash to complement your sharper than sharp winged liner or your traditional smokey eye. Lengthening and volumizing, without taking away from your eye look, these lashes are the perfect way to add a little glamour without going over the top. They include our wispy Desire lashes, our ever-popular Playing Coy lashes and our gorgeous Lush lashes – to name a few.
These have been designed to accentuate any look – without taking away from the look itself. Perfect for brides (and grooms!) these are often wispier and more piece-y. Take our Brunette lashes for example, they use delicate clusters to give your eyes a gentle sparkle. Our Vixen lashes are fluttery and delicate and blend naturally into your own lashes. If you want something a little fuller on your special day then Envy lashes are a great medium-length option that are dense at the base but flare out with wispy tips.
Again, pretty self explanatory. Rather than adding volume and thickness, these lashes add length. Including styles such as Sexy AF, I Woke Up Like This and Flirt (among many others) they’re strip lashes that give your natural lashes a realistic, elongated look.
As we’re sure you can see, these Silver Series lashes aren’t like our other lashes, or anyone else’s for that matter. Designed to mimic the best parts of Silver Fox or Mink lashes – but without the cruelty that comes with them, these lashes are more than your normal lash. In particular, the Fleek Lashes are glamorous. With their perfect blend of synthetic and human hair, they manage to give you a denser, rich look while still staying light and airy. They’re are tapered longer on the outer corner and go perfectly with eyeliner and a good sharp flick. On the other hand, with the longest hairs in the center of the lash, Flutter lashes will help create the illusion of larger, rounder eyes. Also offered in our Silver Series are Seductress and Electra.
We hope that we’ve covered all our bases and that you found this post helpful! To check out all of our categories (including ones for festival season – hellooooo summer!) pop on over to our home page. And, if you have any suggestions about what posts you’d like to see on our blog, be sure to leave us a comment over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Until next time!
Love, the team at SocialEyes x