If you’re new to the scene of classic lash extensions, you should be aware of the various words used to describe different treatments. There are three types of extensions: classic, hybrid, and volume, each with its own set of techniques that we’ll go over. The isolation procedure is something all strategies have in mind when it comes to installation. This is where you place one natural lash in-between the isolation tweezers such that your extension doesn’t get attached to other lashes when you install it. So let’s get started!
What Exactly are Traditional Eyelash Extensions?
Classic eyelash extensions are eyelash extensions that are simple, attractive, and natural-looking. One extension is linked to one main lash at a 1:1 ratio. As a result, you’ll become able to get a natural augmentation. Traditional eyelash extensions are available in a variety of materials, thicknesses, and styles, and we explore the specifics as part of our training. The application of traditional eyelash extensions usually takes 1.5 to 2 hours, and the end result should be smooth, natural-looking lashes. Traditional lashes will give you a lot of length and not much volume. Classic lash extensions create a smooth lash line that draws the eye upward.
Classic lashes are available in a range of thicknesses, including some lashes having a larger diameter than most for a fully customized effect. Classic lashes could be applied extremely naturally or quite thickly, based on how many eyelashes we have to deal with–remember, we can only attach additions to the eyelashes you already have, so individuals with very fine or sparse lashes might prefer the volume technique.
When it Comes to Traditional Eyelash Extensions, How Long Do They Last?
Eyelash extensions are typically used for 4-6 weeks. The exact period of time is determined by each individual’s natural growth cycle. As your natural lashes grow out, the extensions may fall out with them.
Hybrid as well as volume extensions are just like conventional extensions in that they last the same amount of time.
Classic, Volume, or Hybrid Eyelashes: Which is Better?
If your clients’ budget is a concern, classic lashes take minimum preparation and are therefore more economical. Because the technicians hand make the fans beforehand, volume lashes necessitate a greater degree of proficiency and effort involved on the side of the technician. Any method is a good alternative for your clients; it all depends on the appearance they want to achieve, their budget, and the technician’s skill set.