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Classic Or Volume Eyelash Extensions ? What's The Difference?

2 Jul 2017

The classic set of eyelash extensions is the most common set people get applied. Especially for ladies who get lashed for the first time, it makes such a difference to their current look without lash extensions on.

 

It’s also called the 1:1 method, which means one extension is applied to one natural eyelash.

Whilst applying the lash extensions on the natural eyelash, it’s so important to apply them with a distance to the eyelid and to separate them. Nothing is worse than clumpy and twisted eyelash extensions.

That’s why it is essential for Lash N Tweezers to separate the natural eyelashes, to apply the extensions in the desired angle on the natural lash.

Sometimes the natural eyelashes are bent or curled from sleeping or simply because they grow like that.

 

 

Applying volume lashes means, two or more eyelash extensions will be applied on one of the clients natural eyelashes – but this technique has nothing to do with applying cluster eyelash extensions. Cluster lashes are damaging the natural lash enormously.

Brisbane ladies love their volume eyelash extensions and so do we from Lash N Tweezers.

It’s just very important, that before starting to apply the volume lashes, the clients’ natural lashes has to be checked first, to decide whether the client can wear two, three, or more eyelash extensions on one natural eyelash.

 

If you get your eyelash extensions done by Lash N Tweezers in Brisbane / Nundah, we make sure your natural lashes will not be suffering from carrying heavy eyelash extensions.

We are creating the volume ‘fans’ as we go, that means we do not use pre made fans, as the roots of these extensions tend to look thick and visible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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