Shauni Cosmetics - 04/05/20

How to Choose the Best Pair of Lashes
for your Eye Shape

The amount of options on the market for lashes these days can be super overwhelming! We have all been there, buying so many different styles and nothing looks appealing on the eyes. Well us Lash Experts at Shauni Cosmetics are here to help you! We currently has five different lash styles made from premium synthetic silk fibers. All styles range in length, flare and volume. This article will help you figure out your eye-shape as well as providing some guidance into selecting the best pair. Let's get right into it!

Lash Chart:

This Lash Chart is a guide to finding which Shauni Lashes best suit your eye shape. We designed all our 3D lashes in a way that they will mostly suit all shapes and sizes.

Figuring out your Eye Shape:

Figuring out what shape your eyes are can help with not only choosing the right pair of falsies, but it can help you figure out how to put on eyeshadow in a way that will compliment you.

Go to the mirror and ask yourself these four questions:

Question 1: Do you have a crease on your eyelids?

If you answered No, you have mono-lid eyes. (Keep Reading!)

If you answered Yes, move on to the next question!

Mono-lids Eyes:

Lucky you, Mono-lids are an open canvas! People who have mono-lid eyes have "no visible crease". We recommend wearing a Lash Style that isn't too dense as it would weigh down the eyelids. Instead finish your makeup look with a nice pair of light, wispy, criss-cross lashes.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Theia"

Question 2: Place a straight line across the center of your eyes, would the outer corners by your temples be above or below the line, or right on it?

If you answered "above" that means your eye shape is "upturned" (Read Below)

If you answered "below" that means your eye shape is "downturned" (Read Below)

If you are "right on it" that means you are neither and can move on to the followng question.

Up-turned Eyes:

Upturned Eyes are very captivating and congratulations, beyonce also has this eye shape!
This eye-shape is very similar to "almond eyes", but with an upward lift at the outermost corner. We recommend choosing a lash that has a flare at the end, that will compliment your cat-like eye shape.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Theia" 

Down-turned Eyes:

 Downturned Eyes are also very beautiful and unique. As the eye-shape naturally turns downwards, we recommend to choose a lash that isn't heavy volume, instead stick with lashes that are wispy and natural-looking to give your outercorners a nice lift.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Hemera" 

Question 3: If you open your eyes, is your eyelid crease visible?

If you answered No, that means you have hooded eyes

If you answered Yes, again move on.

Hooded Eyes:

Hooded eyes are mostly described by eyes that feature an extra layer of skin that covers the crease, which causes the lids to look smaller or barely seen. Lash styles we would recommend, would be anything not too dramatic or lashes that are longer in the center to open the eyes.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Peitho" or "Theia"

Question 4: When you look straight ahead at the mirror, can you see the whites of your eyes below the iris (the colored part)?

If you answered Yes, that means you have round eyes.

If you answered No, that means you have almond eyes

Round Eyes:

Round eyes can also be referred as "Big eyes". This eye shape is so beautiful, as you have lots of eye space! Round eyes can get away with wearing most lash styles.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Peitho" 

Almond Eyes:

Almond eyes are the most common eye-shape. This eye shape tapers to a point by the tear duct and the outer eye, just like the shape of an almond! If you have this shape, lucky you, because you can pull off any style of lash and do any type of eye-shadow.

Try Best-Selling Shauni Lashes in styles "Keres" or "Pheme" 

Question 5: Measure your eye with two fingers & then hold that same space between your eyes. Is the space between less than one eye length in size? Or larger than one eye length? Or the same width?

If you answered Less than, that means you have close-set eyes.

If you answered Larger than , that means you have wide-set eyes.

If they are the Same width than your eyes, you have average spacing.

Close-set eyes:

Close-set eyes are when your eyes are less than one eye length in size. You can have almond eyes, hooded, etc. But the position may be also close set. With eyes closer to your nostril, choosing a lash that is more flared will help extend the shape.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in 'Theia'

Wide-set eyes:

Wide-set eyes are the opposite of "close-set eyes". When your eyes are larger than one eye length in size. Again, you can have any eye-shape with wide-set eyes, this is basically the positioning of the eye. We would recommend choosing a lash that is more rounded rather than flared.

Recommended Lash Style: Shauni Lashes in "Pheme"


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