Monday, March 16, 2015

Bridal Beauty: Adding Eye Lashes

Say "I DO" to adding Eyelashes to your Look on your Wedding Day!!

It is truly amazing the difference fake or faux eyelashes can make in a enhancing a Bride’s appearance and in completing the total look for your BIG day! False lashes are a quick & easy add-on service performed by a professional makeup artist to emphasize and make your eyes really POP! So, if you want to simply accentuate your natural beauty, consider wearing faux lashes on your Wedding day*.

Here are some helpful tips on choosing the right lashes to complete your Wedding makeup & overall look!…

Strip Lashes vs. Individual Lashes

· Strip Lashes create a more dramatic look

· Individual Lashes/Single flares create a natural-looking lash If you have shorter lashes, it is recommended that you use the short-medium length flares; however, if you have long but sparse lashes, you should go with a longer length.

Strip Eyelash Glue vs. Individual Eyelash Adhesive          

· Strip Lash glue can be used for all types of false lashes. The strip lash glue will last until you decide to take them off whether it be at the end of the night, or after just a few hours for a photo shoot. Warning: some eyelash adhesives contain Latex, so if you are allergic, stay away from this type of adhesive glue.  

· Individual Lash glues are used ONLY with individual eyelashes and requires an individual lash adhesive remover to get rid of this glue to help dissolve it and have it gently removed from your own eyelashes.

Clear Glue vs. Dark Glue

· Clear Glue is white when it is wet and turns clear or invisible as it dries

· Dark Glue is grey when wet and turns black, glossy as it dries

*PLEASE NOTE: Fake eyelashes come in a variety of styles and can create different effects. Often, the lashes will need to be trimmed or customized to your eye in order to create the perfect lash-look just for you. For best results, it is highly suggested to have them applied by a professional makeup artist to insure comfortably & suitability, also to eliminate any risk of damaging or causing harm to your natural lashes.