Eyelash Extensions

Once you've determined on a style at your consultation, the next step is the application. Your lash artist will be using a teeny-tiny, tweezer-like tool to precisely affix around 160 individual eyelashes to your eyes. They do this by adhering one lash extension onto each of your own natural lashes, one lash at a time. When your natural lash sheds, so does the extension that's attached to it-- that is why they must be touched up every two to three weeks. 

Classic Lash Application:

 

A 1:1 technique in which a single eyelash extension is placed on one natural eyelash. Classic lashes look more natural and have a simple application technique.

  • Natural appearance

  • Mimics a natural lash

  • 0.12-0.25 mm

Volume Lash Application:

 

A technique in which a lash artist creates a 2-6D fan, then places that fan onto one natural eyelash. Fan symmetry is extremely important in Volume lashing when creating the perfect volume set.

  • Softer & lightweight

  • 0.05-0.10 mm

  • More texture, density, and shape 

Mega Volume Lash Application:

 

A technique in which a lash artist creates a fan using smaller diameters than traditional Volume lashing, then places that fan onto one natural eyelash. Weight balance is more important than perfect symmetry in Mega Volume lashing.

  • Softer and lightweight

  • 0.03-0.05 mm

  • More texture, density, and shape

 

​Classic vs Volume vs Mega Volume:

 

Mega Volume lashes have a higher retention rate than Classic lashes because of the larger bonding area that is created by using fans. The spaces in between the lashes create beam-like shapes, which allow for better adhesion.