Let's Find Your Eye Shape
There are five common eye shapes to consider when determining what your eye shape is: monolid, prominemt, almond, downturned and hooded. Read our descriptions below to see what best resembles yours eyes.
Monolid eyes have no crease. The eye isn’t as deep set as other eye shapes so the brow bone is less prominent.
Prominent eyes give the look of projected lids. The eyelid crease typically sits further out from the eye socket area, giving the illusion of a more prominent brow bone.
Almond eyes usually have an oval shape pointed in one or both corners. There is a visible crease on the eyelid and the iris touches both the top and bottom waterline.
Downturned eyes tend to point downwards in the outer corners of the eye. They tend to have a more rounded shape on the bottom lid.
Hooded eyes tend to have a lower and heavier lid. The heavier lid tends to give an illusion of a smaller crease.