What is M Curl?

What is M Curl?

WHAT ARE M-CURL LASHES? 

The base of M lashes is straight, but not too long, and finishes in a strong curve without a kink at the transition. In contrast to eyelashes like L Curl, M has a nice smooth transition. 

Because of its dramatic, but not over curled, bend, it creates a beautiful lifting effect.

By following a few simple steps, it is not difficult to work with M-Curl eyelash extensions. There are a few things you should consider if you want to achieve the perfect, flawless result.

 

WHAT EYE SHAPE ARE M-CURLS SUITABLE FOR?

One of the reasons M-Lashes are so popular is their versatility to suit every eye shape. Especially hooded eyelids as they are able to be covered and even droopy eyes can be easily lifted.  

M Lashes can also give a lifting effect on deep-set eyes, small eyes, or even Asian eyes. Close-set eyes can even give the illusion of wide-set eyes.

 

 

 

ARE M-CURLS EASY TO WORK WITH?

Believe it or not, M lashes are really easy to fan!

Of course, this is also down to the quality of the lash and the stickiness of the strip where our extensions applied, your choice of tweezers also play a major role. 

M Lashes can be used for all styles and effects including doll, and cat eyes 

Be sure to always pay attention to the direction when placing M Lashes on natural lashes, continuing to check as you go with a lash mirror to avoid any crossed over lashes

CAN YOU MIX M-CURLS?

YES! M Lashes can be mixed with curls, however we recommend you use B or C

If you want to work with M lashes on the entire eye, it’s fine to start with longer lashes in the inner corner. Due to the lifting effect of the special bend, slightly longer eyelash extensions like 8mm will not look droopy in the inner corner.

M-Curls are becoming the new must-have in any salon in 2021 and lash artists around the world are LOVING IT!!

The key to M curl is to have a play and get creative

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