Embrace the New Beauty Trend – Angel lashe

The definition of angel lashes

In the exciting world of beauty, there’s a new trend that’s got everyone talking: Wispy Angel Lashes. These lashes offer a natural and delicate look that can enhance your eyes and overall appearance. 

To achieve this look, you’ll need to understand Angel Lash Mapping, a technique that brings out the unique charm of these lashes. Join us as we explore the secrets of Wispy Angel Lashes and learn how to create this dreamy beauty trend with skill and confidence.

Angel lashes are a trendy style of eyelash extensions that strike a balance between a natural and voluminous look. These lashes are created using a technique similar to Wet Look lashes but with wispy lash fans and spikes. 

They can be tailored to fit different styles, enhancing client’s natural beauty and eye features. Angel lashes are known for their lightweight and giving a soft, natural look. 

A typical set of Angel lashes involves applying around four to five lash extensions to each individual lash. It is known for the longer-lasting effect compared to Classic lashes that cater to clients with a quicker natural lash growth cycle.

These lashes offer versatility, from subtle to bold. Angel lashes can embrace client’s eyes, and face shape. As it is the choice for those who seek a beautifully fluffy or effortlessly natural stunning appearance.

Who Should Choose Angel Lashes?

Angel lashes are a versatile choice suitable for various clients. They’re perfect for those with round, narrow, or almond-shaped eyes that are evenly spaced between two eyes. 

This style strikes a balance between classic and volume lashes, offering a subtle cat-eye effect with a touch of boldness. It’s a great option for clients who want their lashes to be more noticeable without going overboard. 

However, if your clients have wide-set eyes, it’s better to avoid Angel lashes, as they might accentuate the wide spacing and make it more noticeable. 

In a nutshell, Angel lashes are a heavenly choice for clients who want a personalized look that complements their eye shape and style preferences.

Creating Your Angel Lash Map

To achieve the Angel lash look, you’ll want to embrace a slightly unconventional technique. The key is to build an uneven top layer of lashes, creating a textured and wispy effect. Start with lash extensions like our Premium matte lashes, choosing lengths from 7mm up to 11mm. 

For the bottom layer, use 8mm lashes, the middle layer benefits from 9mm lashes, and the wispy top layer is achieved with 10mm lashes. To craft those eye-catching lash spikes that define the Angel style, opt for lashes with a diameter of 0.05 – 0.07 to create wispy 2D lash fans. 

While crafting your Angel lash map, remember to gently brush the tips of your lash extensions while they’re on the lash strip. This technique helps maintain tip alignment, ensuring the creation of the closed fans or spikes that define the Angel lash style.

A tip to remember: avoid oversaturating the lash strip to the base with Primer, as this can affect the drying time of your lash glue, potentially impacting retention during the treatment. Trust the process, and the results will be worth it!

Choosing the Right Eyelash Extensions for Angel Lashes

As we’ve previously discussed, creating Angel Lashes shares similarities with achieving the Wet Look lash style. However, the goal with Angel Lashes is to attain a light and naturally wispy texture. 

To achieve this delicate and textured look,  Premium matte lashes 0.07  are your ideal choice. These lashes allow you to craft gorgeous 2D fans, perfect for achieving the wispy effect.

For clients with sparser natural eyelashes who adore the wispy Angel lash style, incorporating some open fans can fill in gaps between their natural lashes and further enhance the texture created by the lash spikes. 

In such cases, you can use EASYNICELASH Mega Volume lashes 0.05 diameter to create 3D volume fans. These fans maintain the desired light and wispy appearance while addressing the sparsity of your client’s natural lashes.


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