Do classic or volume lashes last longer?

Eyelash volume treatment uses a lot of fans, so it takes time to prepare the fans and apply them. Because more individual lashes are applied, when natural lashes inevitably fall out at the end of their growth cycle, they don't leave a sparse appearance. The application is much more complete, so it lasts longer than a classic set. This also means that the volume tends to last longer than classic lashes, and it is recommended to refill them every three weeks.

If you want to take a look at the volume sets we offer, check out our volume gallery. Classic eyelash extensions last between 4 and 6 weeks. The actual amount of time depends on each person's natural growth cycle. The extensions will also fall off with your natural eyelashes as they grow.

Volume lashes, on the other hand, are actually lighter than classic lashes. A volume fan (3D) weighs less than a classic eyelash extension. In addition, much less glue is used during the volume technique, so you don't feel any weight in your eyes. You just saw beautiful and fluffy eyelashes.

Classic eyelash extensions are those in which an extension is applied individually to a natural eyelash. If you're not lucky enough to have beautiful, voluminous eyelashes, volume eyelash extensions could be the perfect solution for you. Eyelash volume extensions, also known as Russian volume eyelash extensions, provide incredible fullness. 26% also last longer than classic eyelash extensions.

These lashes are thinner (usually 0.05 g to 0.07 g); therefore, multiple lashes can be applied to a single natural eyelash. Classic sets do not create this problem, since they give a more natural effect that can be achieved by any client and with any type of eyelash. If two eyelash extensions are applied to a natural eyelash, it is described as 2D, if three eyelash extensions are applied to a natural eyelash, it is described as 3D, etc. When you choose hybrid eyelash extensions, you get the best of both worlds without the dramatic look of Volume lashes.

In addition to the fact that each set is different (because each customer is different), there are several styles to choose from, depending on the look the customer is looking for, the shape of their eyes and the condition of their natural eyelashes. Remember that each eyelash style can change the look of your eyes and the way they enhance your facial features. Voluminous lashes are perfect for people who don't have a lot of eyelashes, have sparse eyelashes, bald spots, or simply want a more dramatic look without having to use thicker lashes. If you walk into a salon and see clients with super heavy-looking eyelash extensions that are too thick and too shiny, they're probably cluster lashes.

We love synthetic mink for casual lashes, or the flat lash option is fantastic for those looking for classic lashes with a little more strength. These nifty eyelashes are (of course) flatter at the bottom, giving the illusion of a little more fullness. I've tried all three types of eyelash extensions several times, so I understand the differences well to guide you in selecting the best eyelash for you. On the other hand, grouped eyelashes refer to groups of prefabricated or pre-glued eyelash extensions that inexperienced technicians use to add volume to the lash line.

If you like the look of your eyelash extensions, retouching them every 4 to 6 weeks will cost you less and you'll keep your eyelash extensions looking nice and complete. Whatever style of eyelash extensions you choose, be sure to check the credentials of the person administering your treatment. Not only will the mascara harden the delicate extensions, but removing it will break the adhesive or peel off the eyelash extensions and natural eyelashes. .

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