Choosing the right shape and style can be a little intimidating for somebody that isn't as experienced with lashes.
Here is a guide of different eye shapes and what suits your eye best.
The lid of the hooded eye shape appears smaller. This means you have a little more skin right above your crease. The goal with hooded eyes and small eyes is to open up the eye as much as possible. Choose lashes that are fluttery mix with long lashes directly above the pupil to really open the eye at the center.
The upturned eye takes the form of a classic almond shape, with a natural lift at the outer corner. (the long lid has more emphasis and looks longer than the top lid). This eye shape is the perfect candidate for a cat eye effect.
Downturned eyes have a slight dropping on the outer corner. To get a glam awake look you can try lashes with an open eye dolly effect look (longer hair in the center on the eye), this lash style will provide a lifting effect to the entire eye and give your eye shape an upturned appearance.
Round eyes are beautiful and large, for this eye shape we want to elongate to make them even more striking. The best lashes for this beautiful eye shape is the cat eye effect ; Cat lashes flare out towards the outer side of the eyes thus the longest hair are at the corner.
With protruding eyes, your eyes are big, bright and captivating. A lash style with natural, mix of lengths will provide a lightweight but yet stunning addition to your eyes.
Almond Eyes are considered the most versatile eye shape. They are symmetrical and normally have a very slight upswept outer corner on the bottom rim of the lower lid. If you have this eye shape most eyelashes will look flattering on your eyes! You can experiment with many different styles, from long and wispy lashes, to very full and voluminous.
Monolid Eyes are eyes that don't have a crease on the eyelid. (no visible crease). For this eye shape, false lashes that give you an awaken effect eye look is best, choose a pair of lashes that are 'fanned' out with more flare for openness and length on the outer corners to create an illusion of an elongated eye shape.