L Curl Lashes Vs M Curl Lashes

Today we will be talking about something exciting, and I'm sure you guys are dying to know about the L curl and M curl lashes.

What is the difference between these two curls, which types of clients they're suitable for, and how to achieve the best possible look with these two curls? If you want to know more, keep on reading.

L Curl Lashes Vs. M Curl Lashes

 

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN L CURL AND M CURL?

L CURL LASHES

So first, let's talk about the L curl. We see it everywhere now, and it's pretty popular. This curl has a straight base that transitions and sits flatter on the client's natural lash. It is a perfect curl for monolid eyes and clients with very straight natural lashes. This curl will provide your clients with a stunning and appealing effect, and this curl has a large attachment area, which improves lash retention significantly.

Its angle, usually 90 degrees, distinguishes it from the other curls. The L curl's tip is sharper because it doesn't have any curvatures.

L curl lashes may appear intimidating due to their strong base, but this curl is effortless to work in reality.

L Curl Lashes

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M CURL LASHES

M or L+ curl is typically 100 to 110 degrees. It has more of a curve on the angle. The curl is less sharp and has a little more curvature inwards.

This curl is excellent to start with but go straight for the L curl if you are a bit riskier. I started with M curl and then moved to the L curl because that was just my comfort zone.

It's not for newbies who haven't mastered lash fanning, but it's perfect for seasoned lash artists looking to add some variety to their work.

Fan the M curl lashes in the same way you would a C or D curl, using your favorite fanning method. Remember that both CC and C curls look amazing with this M curl. For a softer, more subtle look, add CC curls in the inner corners.

M Curl Lashes

M Curl Lashes, Ultra Crystal Bond, Incredible Retention Primer and Super Bonder used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

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WHICH CLIENTS ARE APPROPRIATE FOR L CURL AND WHICH FOR M CURL?

L CURL LASHES

The L curl, when done correctly, will draw attention to the client's eyes. With natural down and straight lashes, it looks like an open eye. The L curl lashes are ideal for people who have straight or pointing-down natural lashes. Applying the curl to a client's naturally curly lashes will appear unnatural, out of place, and odd.

This curl is perfect for working with clients who have downturned eyes. Because the L curl provides a lot of lifting effects, which are ideal for that eye shape, it emphasized and gave off a pleasant and subtle uplifting effect.

For almond eyes, you can use any curls and lengths as long as your client's natural lashes can handle it. L curl lashes are also suitable for almond-shaped eyes because they are not considered contraindicated

Using L curl makes it worst for clients with curly and unruly lashes (lashes are going in a different direction).

L Curl Lash Extensions

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M CURL LASHES

If your client has downturned eyes and you want to give them a visible lift with the M curl, you'll be able to do it quickly. The M curl lashes are perfect for hiding sagging eyelids or lifting sad eyes/downturned eyes in the outer corner. It's important to remember that this curl complements the C and CC curls perfectly.

M Curl Lash Extensions

M Curl Lashes, Ultra Crystal Bond, Incredible Retention Primer and Super Bonder used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

If you want your sets to look lovely, perfect, and clean, you must follow the rules and make sure the distance between each natural lash and the extension, as well as the first, second, third, and fourth extensions on the natural lash, are all the same.

I wouldn't recommend these curls for clients with curly lashes because they're angular and pointed, also for clients who have damaged natural lashes.

 

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CONCLUSION

Eyelash extensions are exciting, but they might be daunting if you've never had them done before. Hopefully, this blog has clarified the L and M curl's basics.

To find out what works best for you, experiment with different styles, lengths, and lash extension curls. Also, don't forget to establish friends with your clients. You are welcome to sit down with them and talk about their desires and provide a recommendation if they are unsure.

 

Watch this lash extension tutorial video and learn more about L and M curl lashes.

 

 

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