If your natural bottom lashes are on the shorter side, applying mascara can end up looking clumpy or smudging onto your under eye skin. Take the falsies route and you'll wonder why you didn't try them sooner! Bottom lashes will open your eyes even more than just top lashes can alone.
Why do I barely have bottom lashes?
Just as with hair on the scalp, eyelash growth can vary from person to person. Some individuals may have sparse or no bottom eyelashes, while others may have a full set. This variation is normal and is a result of genetics and individual differences in hair growth patterns.
What is the best way to apply mascara to bottom lashes?
Up towards you so that you're looking down. And then doing this so that you're not getting all of your mascara up on your lid.
What lashes do you use for bottom lashes?
Curl-wise, generally speaking, bottom lashes should be less curly than the top lashes to stay looking natural. So, a J or B curl should do the trick for the bottom lashes. The best thickness to use is 0.10 - 0.15mm for a classic lower lash set, depending on the client's natural lash condition.
Do people get bottom lash extensions?
Eyelash extensions have become increasingly popular in recent years, with many people opting for both top and bottom lash extensions to enhance their overall look. While top lash extensions are more common, there has been a growing trend towards bottom lash extensions as well.
How do you apply lower lid lashes?
Hold the lash strip against your eye, with the lashes curving downwards. If the lashes appear too long, trim them to your desired length with a pair of lash scissors. If the length of the lash strip is longer than your bottom lashes, trim that too. Apply lash adhesive to the base of the lash strip.