False eyelashes are a great accessory. They can convey several fashionable states, from glam, to casual chic, to bold and beautiful. Getting the right lash look begins with knowing your eye shape. Eye shapes vary from person to person. Discovering your eye shape can mean the difference between making a statement and a fashion faux pas.
Know that false eyelashes aren’t one size fits all. They span the spectrum with a variety of lengths, looks, and curl patterns. Almond-shaped eyes, for instance, are relatively versatile and can work many types of false eyelashes. Despite this, there are still some key things to keep in mind.
A dazzling array of choices are available when it comes to false eyelashes, but with a few simple tips and tricks, you can find something you love. You can do this without sacrificing comfort – or your checkbook.
How Are Almond Eyes Defined?
To find the perfect lash for an almond eye, be clear on just what an almond-shaped eye is. There are six broad categories of eye shapes, including round, hooded, downturned, upturned, and monolid. Almond-shaped eyes boast a visible eyelid crease.
Almond-shaped eyes tend to come to a point near the inner and outer eye, with a wider center – similar to an almond. They also have part of the iris covered by the top and bottom of the upper and lower lid. If you have these eye characteristics, then you have almond-shaped eyes!
If you have almond-shaped eyes, you’re not alone. It is an eye-shape that many individuals have. Some celebrities even have this eye shape, including singer Beyonce and actresses Olivia Wilde and Emma Watson. People with almond-shaped eyes seem to have it easy when it comes to lashes, but this isn’t always the case.
What Lashes Work for Almond-Shaped Eyes?
If you’re looking for what works with almond-shaped eyes, jot down some basic rules. Take care to purchase false eyelashes that aren’t too heavy. Heavy lashes with a thick band will not only make you feel uncomfortable, but they won’t look real.
Get falsies that sport a thin and flexible band. You can blend a lash like this easily with your own set of lashes. Remember also to measure the lashes. Lashes that are too long for your eyelids won’t look flattering. Tailor your lashes to fit your unique eye length.
Here a few of our choices for style and fashion:
This lash brand is not only trendy and glam, but it is also over the top with fashionable style. These long, wispy lashes can make any look pop. The style’s name is also quirky, flirty, and funny. If you’re thinking of a night out on the town or attending an up-scale event, this type of lash would go well with your almond-shaped eye.
Peaches and Cream Lashes
If you’re looking for a brand that effortlessly does casual chic, this one’s for you. This lash will complement any almond-shaped eye. Its wispy, fluttery charm may blend in well with your natural lash. The lash band is also lightweight and comfortable. A look like this is great for a dressed down event or a night out (or in!) with friends.
Dragon Lashes Faux Silk
You can serve some fierce ‘lewks’ with this one! The Enchantra brand is fanned out and full, perfect for an almond-shaped eye. It also sports a thin band that can blend in with the use of a liner. If you’re going for a lash that isn’t overwhelming but has just the right amount of a volume, you may want to give this one a try.
This lash is great for a slightly glam look without too much fuss. It is dainty and fluttery with just a dash of extra length and volume. If you’re looking for something that’s a midway point and not too over-the-top, this may be an excellent bet for an almond-shaped eye.
Violet Voss 3D Faux Mink
True to its name, this false eyelash is seductively vampy. It is also made of high-quality, cruelty-free faux mink. The lashes are stacked to give you a fuller look while maintaining an alternate length pattern to blend in with your natural lash. The Vamptress is a good pick for an almond eye, and those with this eye shape can pull it off without looking too unnatural.
Ardell Individual Lashes
You can try these lashes if you’re trying to go for subtle with a bit of length and a dab of volume. The fanned-out design features lash clusters. The thin band extends your lash length without sacrificing a natural look and feel. Almond-eyes can rock this and have the option of dressing this up or down with make-up.
The Doll Beauty brand flatters almond eyes with “Selena”, a full, varied, and stacked lash that takes glam to a whole new level. If you’re looking for in-your-face beauty and length, then checking this out is a no-brainer. It gives your eyes bold appeal, but be sure to measure for your unique eye length.
House of Lashes has made this list twice with their Iconic Lite brand. Iconic Lite is a good buy for anyone with almond eyes. They have alternating patterns that mimic a natural lash line. The lashes give real va-va-va-voom at the ends with a burst of volume and length, giving the almond-eye a sultry cat-like look.
Almond-eyes look stunning in this lash. The alternating lashes allow for a natural look, and the band is lightweight. It is made of faux mink and is cruelty-free. And for a diva on a budget, it is only $12 a pair and has about ten to fifteen wears per box. The almond-eyed mavens may find that these are easy to apply. Exercise caution when taking them out of their packaging as the lashes are long and wispy.
Huda Beauty Farah
This set is made of faux mink and has a wispy look that is offset by stacked lashes and volume. The length is incredible, and you may find yourself with a sultry, sexy look that is glam galore. Almond-eyes look great in lashes like these, and we recommend a dark liner and a smokey eye.
False Eyelash Tips
No matter your eye shape, you should strive to maintain your lashes. False eyelashes are a great way to jazz up any look, but they can come with some drawbacks if you aren’t careful. Be sure to keep your lashes clean.
Reusing your lashes saves you money, but if you don’t clean your lashes, you’re putting yourself at risk of infection. Using a cotton ball soaked in make-up remover, swipe the lashes from the tip of the lashes to the ends. Swiping your lashes will help to loosen, dirt, debris, and make-up.
Store your eyelashes in a clean, dry, cool, dark place. This will deter the growth of bacteria, mold, and the build-up of allergens. Lastly, store your lashes in an air-tight container.
Remember to never, EVER trade your lashes with anyone. It is always best to use your own.