Who are classic lashes good for?

Classic lashes are perfect for customers who already have a lot of eyelashes, but want to add more length. Voluminous eyelashes (3D): several lashes are applied to a single natural eyelash individually, isolating one natural eyelash at a time with very fine lashes. Absences or appointments that are canceled less than 24 hours before the appointment will be billed for the full amount (100%) of the appointment. With classic whiplash, a single extension is applied to a single isolated natural eyelash.

Classic lashes are perfect for adding length and volume to your natural lash line. Classic eyelashes will give the appearance of wearing mascara, and cosmetologists and beauticians must complete specialized eyelash training to become certified to practice classic eyelashes with clients. Classic eyelashes are the most common type of eyelash extension, which are used for more traditional and natural eyelash looks. Eyelash extensions don't change the amount of eyelashes that are lost due to the natural hair loss cycle, unless natural eyelashes are weak.

However, the volume set gives the impression of lasting longer, since the fans cover more of the lash line and even if you lose something, the illusion of a thicker lash line remains. Classic false eyelashes were the first style of eyelash extensions and are still the favorite of many. Truth be told, the hybrid eyelash style is best for customers who want to try the volume set or the megavolume eyelash set, but are hesitant to do so. Classic lashes are more subtle and natural, and are great for everyday use, especially if your natural lashes are full.

Best of all, you'll wake up with beautiful eyelashes that will immediately make you look like you're ready to face the day. Since only one extension is added to a natural eyelash in the classic set, it takes the least amount of time out of the three. Actually, the first eyelashes with volume were the Russian volume eyelashes made by Irina Levchuck and Olga Dobronravova. If you're new to the world of eyelash extensions, knowing the difference between classic lashes, voluminous lashes and hybrid lashes is key to understanding the service you're receiving and making an informed decision about what you're going to choose for your next appointment.

The individual lashes used for this style are usually slightly thicker than those used for volume styles, precisely because only one eyelash is applied over each natural eyelash. Most of my clients who use this style often don't want a strong, dramatic, or bold look like voluminous lashes. Cluster lashes often come with excessive amounts of glue that increase weight and damage natural lashes. We recommend that you buy fillers every two to three weeks with classic eyelash sets to compensate for the shedding cycle of your natural lashes.

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. These types of eyelashes are very cheap and come in pre-glued clusters, which can merge with natural eyelashes and cause a lot of damage. They are heavy, adhere to several lashes and to the lash line itself, and create a dense, unnatural look.

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