Eyelash extension shapes are an essential part of your work as a lash artist. They can help you create the perfect look for every client, whether they need natural-looking lashes or more dramatic extensions.

With so eyelash eye shapes choosing which shape is best for any given client may be challenging! That's why we have put together this blog post - to introduce you to some of the most common eyelash extension shapes and provide advice on how to use them effectively.


The number-one rule in beauty and fashion is to do what's best for you and love your shape. but first, we need to discover it—and don't worry, you don't have to go into sephora or ask your mother what shape she thinks your eye is. four simple questions are all you need to know to find out what your eye shape is.

Get a mirror to find out the shape of your eye. Let's get started!

Do you have a crease in your eyelid?

If you don't have a crease, your shape is monolid. Continue reading if you do have a crease.

When a line is drawn through the center of your eyes, are the corners of your eyes above or below the line?

If they go above this line, your eyes are upturned. If they drop below this line, your eyes are cast downward. If they're in the middle, it's time to investigate some more.

So we know you have a crease. Is it possible to seeyour crease if you're facing the mirror head-on?

If you can't, your eyes are hooded. If you can, skip this question and go on to the next one.

Do you notice the whites of your eyes surrounding your iris when they're resting?

You have round eyes if you can see the white of your eyes at all times! If not, your eyes are almond shaped.

We understand how difficult it can be, especially when dealing with new clients or if you're a beginner — we're here to make the process of picking the best curl and form a little easier.

So now that you know how to find your or your client's eye style, here's a breakdown of some of the most popular eyelash extension styles!