Guide: False Eyelashes for Wide Set Eyes
Why Choosing the Right False Eyelashes For Your Eye Shape Is So Important:
Selecting the perfect pair of false eyelashes is a game changer. You wouldn’t choose a bra that doesn’t fit you correctly or an outfit that doesn’t match, so why slack up with your falsies? The right pair of false eyelashes will extenuate and bring out those beautiful eyes of yours and not to mention it will make you feel like a boss.
Here at Lash Envy Beauty, we understand how daunting it can be trying to find the perfect false eyelashes for your eye shape. That’s why we have create the ultimate guide for all you wide set eyed beauties!
What Are Wide Set Eyes?
Wide set eyes are usually wider apart than other eye shapes. A good way to measure if you have wide set eyes is to check if your eyes are more than one eye width apart.
How Do I Know If I Have Wide Set Eyes?
- Grab a mirror, check to see if the space between your eyes is less or more than one eye length is size.
- If you have a small gap between your eyes (less than one eye length in size) you have close set eyes.
- If you have a larger gap between your eyes (more than one eye length in size) between your eyes, then you have wide set eyes.
- If the space between your eyes is roughly the same eye length in size, then you have an average spaced eyes.
Celebrities with Wide Set Eyes:
Take a look at some of these gorgeous celebs who have wide set eyes. This may help you to understand if this is your eye shape or not.
Gemma Ward, Amanda Seyfried, Lily Donaldson, Kate Moss, Miranda Kerr, Lily Cole, Olivia Thirlby, Mariacarla Boscono, Mina Cvetkovic, Karoline Herfurth, Vlada Roslyakova, Daria Zhemkova, Talulah Riley, Uma Thurman, Daisy Lowe, Kasia Tulwin, Elina Ivanova, Viktoria Winge, Belle Thorne, Alana De La Garza, Amanda Norgaard, Natalie Dormer, Daphne Groeneveld, Heather Marks, Polina Kouklina, Imogen Morris Clark, Chloe Bello
What You Should Look For In False Eyelashes When You Have Wide Set Eyes:
All you wide set eyed beauties are super lucky, most false eyelash styles suit you. However, there a few styles in particular that will really suit and make those beautiful eyes of yours stand out!
Avoid Flared / Cat eye lashes if you do not want to make your eyes look further apart. These types of lashes will emphasize the distance between your eyes more. However, if this is the look you’re going for then go ahead! Nothing is wrong in the beauty world, it’s all about be creative!
Long, Wispy, Curly Lashes
With gorgeous wide set eyes, you want to create a voluminous, flirty, multi-layer effect. This type of lash will really bring out those beautiful eyes of yours!
Lash Envy Beauty Perfect Lash Match:Luxury
3D Mink – No.1, No.2, No.3, No.6
Luxury 3D Faux Mink – No.2, No.3, No.5
Synthetic Lashes – Tease, Rebel
One of the most flattering styles for you wide set eyed beauties! The criss-cross style will accentuate and perfectly frame round eyes. The perfect cross-cross style lash should be long and voluminous. This style will open up your eyes and give the illusion of them being bigger. Tip: the longer and fuller the lashes are in the inner corners of your eyes, the closer together your eyes will appear.
Lash Envy Beauty Perfect Lash Match:
Luxury 3D Mink – No.6
Luxury 3D Faux Mink – No.2, No.3, No.4, No.6
Synthetic Lash – Doll, Enchanted, Tease
We have a wide range of different styles and materials to make sure we can match everyone’s lash needs!
Luxury 3D Mink Lashes – can be worn 20 – 25 wears if looked after
Luxury 3D Faux Mink Lashes – vegan and can be worn 20 – 25 wears if looked after
Luxury 3D Faux Mink Multi Packs – vegan, three pairs of lashes and can be worn 20 – 25 wears if looked after
Synthetic Lashes – vegan and can be worn up to 20 wears if looked after.
For more information on cleaning and caring for your lashes to maximum wear from them. Click here to view our guide!
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