How to choose an eyelash style that complements the shape of my eyes??

Updated: Mar 29, 2019

Hello, Queens!!

Eyelashes is such a beauty trend that we all love so much! If you haven't tried yet, I definitely recommend it! Some girls are giving their eyelashes a lift with natural solutions like castor oil, grapeseed oil, and aloe vera to draw attention to their peepers. But if your eyelashes are not as long and voluminous as you wanted them to be, we have a solution!

Faux eyelashes open up your eyes, making them appear larger right away. But first, you must decide if you want natural, full volume, or extra dramatic lashes. Then, base your lash style around the shape of your eyes.

Brazilian Queen Eyelashes are made from ethically sourced, hand crafted, and sterilized real Mink Fur. Each strand is carefully cut and curled to create a variety of luxurious eyelashes. Differently from the lashes you find at your local drug store, Brazilian Queen Eyelashes can be reusable up to 30 times. Here are some tips to choose the eyelashes that are suitable to the shape of your beautiful eyes:

Almond Eyes

Slightly pointed at the ends, with a wider center where the curve of the iris is hidden by the upper and lower lids. Almond eyes are the eye equivalent of an oval face shape, therefore most eyelash styles are a great fit. Show off the sexy shape of your eyes with voluminous lashes that are evenly distributed all the way along the band.

Down turned Eyes

Queens with downturned eyes, we want to extend the outer corners of your eyes and create length along that lash line. You'll have the perfect eye shape for an attention grabbing, luscious, and voluminous cat-eye look that will draw attention to your eyes in the best way.

Round Eyes

If you can see most of your iris, then you have round eyes. Round eyes are usually large and amazingly striking! Lashes with more drama towards the outside wing will create a seductive cat-eye shape and look for curled options to keep the eye from looking flat.

Upturned Eyes

Queens with upturned eyes, where the outer corners point higher than the inner corners, are the perfect candidate for a cat eye. For an easy feline flick in seconds, try a flared half lash in the outer corner.

Monolid Eyes

A single-lid, or monolid eye shape is common but not exclusive to Asian Queens, and is typically characterized by the lack of a defined crease above your upper lash line. Because monolid eyes often have straight lashes, we recommend styles with more flare for openness and length on the outer corners to create an illusion of an elongated eye shape.

Hooded Eyes

Hooded eyes have a crease with a prominent browbone, so the eyelid is not clearly visible when the eye is open. We want to create a depth effect that will open the eyes at the center and giving it the illusion of bigger, brighter eyes. The lashes you want to select to achieve this illusion are styles that are fuller in the center with longer lengths.

Deep set Eyes

Queens with elegant deep set eyes that sit under the brown bone should accentuate their large eyes. Look for extra length lashes that curl up and away from the eye. We recommend lashes with more length, density and volume as deep-set eyes could carry it so beautifully and will compliment them the best.

Prominent Eyes

Prominent eyes are big, bright, and alluring all on their own! A lash style with natural, varying short to medium lash lengths will provide a lightweight yet stunning addition to your eyes. We want to accentuate that lovely lash line.

If you have any questions please contact us at hello@brazilianqueenhair.com We have 10 different eyelash styles to complement the beautiful shape of your eyes.

Brazilian Queen is a hair company located in the Chicago area, founded by a Brazilian girl that loves Eyelashes and Hair Extensions. We specialize in Brazilian and Peruvian hair textures, and 3D real Mink eyelashes. Our mission is to share the Brazilian secret to beauty and lifestyle. In our opinion, every woman is a Queen.

check us out at www.brazilianqueenhair.com

Stay beautiful.


Adriana Carvalho

Brazilian Queen Founder

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