Knowing the difference between classic lashes, volume lashes, and hybrid lashes is essential. This will help you to fully understand the service you are rendering and also make your clients make informed decisions regarding what you will select during their visit.
- 1 CLASSIC EYELASH EXTENSIONS
- 2 VOLUME EYELASH EXTENSIONS
- 3 HYBRID EYELASH EXTENSIONS
- 4 CONCLUSION
CLASSIC EYELASH EXTENSIONS
Classic lashes are the most popular kind of eyelash extensions. They are used to provide more ordinary and natural lash looks. It’s excellent for pulling off a straightforward and unassuming appearance, particularly if your clients don’t want to appear flashy.
How Do Classic Lashes Differ?
The two key features that set classic lashes apart from the two other extensions are as follows:
Ratio: Classic eyelash extensions are placed in a 1:1 ratio. In order to fill the lash line, one eyelash extension is applied for each natural lash one at a time. The entire appearance seems natural because there is only one fake lash on a real lash. Natural lashes on an eye range from 90 to 150, so 80 to 100 eyelash extensions may be applied. It depends on both your client’s desired extension look and how full or thick their natural lashes are.
Thickness: The thickness being discussed here is the size of an eyelash extension. The eyelash extensions used nowadays for the classic style range in size from the smallest at 0.10 mm to the largest at 0.15 mm. Those who have naturally strong, thick lashes may also use thicker extensions. Keep in mind that the extensions’ weight also rises with their thickness. We never go over 0.15 mm in thickness, unlike some lash artists who make use of eyelash extensions as thick as 0.20 mm.
Who Benefits Most From Classic Lashes
Classic lashes are best for people who don’t want their extensions to stand out or be too complicated. The “natural appearance” or the “no-extensions look” are both terms used to describe this style. The classic set may, however, appear scant on your clients’ eyes if they have few natural lashes. Volume lashes would be more suited in this situation.
VOLUME EYELASH EXTENSIONS
Volume lashes are a step up from Classical lashes with fluff and volume and promise the wearer striking looks. After Classic lashing, it was revealed to be Russian Volume. It makes your client’s eyes appear fresh and young. In what is referred to as a “volume fan,” volume eyelash extensions use more than one extension per natural lash. It might be a volume fan or a super volume fan, depending on the fans used.
A volume lash often uses 2 to 5 extensions per fan, but a mega volume fan typically uses 6 to 16 synthetic lashes. A more complex method of eyelash extension is volume lashes. Having the ideal look with volume lashes requires a lot of talent and knowledge.
How Do Volume Lashes Differ?
The following are the two key features that set volume lashes apart from the other extensions:
Ratio: Volume eyelash extensions are done in a 1-to-many ratio. So, for every natural lash, multiple eyelash extensions are applied. Before being applied to your client’s natural lash, the eyelash extensions are gathered in a volume fan. On each individual lash, you apply 2 to 16 lashes for each fan. The ratio is determined by how much volume you wish to create. The terms 2D, 3D, 5D, 7D, 10D, etc. refer to the total number of extensions per fan.
Thickness: A volume set includes multiple lash extensions in each fan, and each extension’s thickness is typically less than it would be in a classic set. For normal volume sets and mega volume sets, you should typically use false lashes with sizes ranging from 0.03 to 0.05 mm and 0.05 to 0.07 mm, respectively. Examples include extensions of 0.03 mm for a 10D fan, 0.05 mm for a 4D fan, and 0.07 mm for a 2D volume fan. The thickness of your client’s natural eyelashes also affects the fan’s overall weight. Your client’s natural lashes may be harmed if the fan is too heavy.
Who Benefits Most from Volume Lashes?
Volume lashes, a unique variety of fluffy and voluminous lashes, have been popular for almost 20 years. Before committing to daily wear, the majority of clientele choose it for large occasions like proms, weddings, and anything else.
Volume lashes work best for people who prefer glam makeup over natural makeup. Because volume lashes aren’t as thick as classic lashes, they’re an excellent option if your client has weak, sparse, or otherwise thin eyelashes.
Volume extensions are also preferred by clients who frequently wear strip lashes over the classic design. However, classic lashes would be a better choice for a client who prefers a more natural appearance that merely adds a little difference.
HYBRID EYELASH EXTENSIONS
The hybrid type is one of the most recent lash extensions on the market right now. In order to create a hybrid variety that customizes your clients’ eyes even more than either style, classic and volume lash styles are combined in this. When properly applied, hybrid lashes can appear naturally beautiful. In some salons, they are also known as mixed set lashes.
How Do Hybrid Lashes Differ?
The two key features that set hybrid lashes apart from the other extensions are:
Ratio: As we’ve just seen, volume lashes use numerous extensions to one natural lash, whereas classic lashes use one extension to one natural lash. Because of this, the density of the hybrid set can differ between the two designs and ultimately depend on the appearance you desire. In a hybrid set, eyelash technicians frequently choose a 50-50 or 70-30 split between volume and classic lashes. Your preference for the fluffy lashes in the middle or toward the corners is frequently asked by the lash technician. Each choice results in a unique overall appearance. For instance, adding volume lashes in the center gives the appearance of open eyes. Your eyes will appear to be tapered and contoured if you add volume to the inner and outer corners.
Thickness: Because a hybrid lash set combines both the volume and classic set thicknesses, the thicknesses also differ. For the classic lashes that will be applied, you may use thicknesses of 0.07 mm, 0.10 mm, or even 0.15 mm, while for the volume lashes, you may use thicknesses of 0.03 mm and 0.05 mm. However, it is best to typically limit the number of fans used on hybrid sets to 5. You might wonder, “Why not go above 5D fans?” Simply put, what’s the point if that’s the case? Maybe a volume set altogether would be more appropriate if you want 5D Plus fans in a hybrid set.
Who Benefits Most From Hybrid Lashes
Hybrid lashes are the best option if your clients’ lashes are healthy and of reasonable length. Having said that, the hybrid lash treatment also benefits people with weak or thin lashes. Indeed, clients who do not want to try the volume set or the mega volume lash set are best served by the hybrid lash style.
This is the perfect option to update your client’s appearance if they’re curious about the same thing but easily wear classic sets. The hybrid set is a fantastic chance to experiment with some fluff and add fullness to the process. Additionally, it may be customized more than either volume or classic lash extensions.
These three primary lash extension techniques offer various uses and appearances. You can only apply one fake eyelash for every natural one when doing the standard set. A fan comprised of numerous eyelash extensions is used to attach each lash in the case of a volume set. A hybrid set combines volume and classic types.
The classic pair of eyelash extensions is the least expensive of the three. It ensures a natural appearance and makes use of the fewest number of thicker extensions. Because of this, it’s a fantastic option for people who have thick eyelashes. If your client has naturally lush lashes that give the impression that their eyelashes are full, extensions with a 90% filling will also look fuller. A classic set often has a 1:1 ratio, however, no artist applies an extension to every single one of natural lashes. To that end, if your client informs you that they desire a fuller appearance, you should apply for as many extensions as you can to their healthy lashes. Never apply extensions to baby lashes because doing so will harm their natural lashes.
The volume set is the most expensive. In addition to being excellent for people with gaps in their eyelashes, it requires talent and experience. Additionally, this look makes extensive use of eyelashes that are smaller in diameter than the conventional set.
While volume and mega volume push it to the extreme end, the classic appears natural. Hybrid represents a middle ground. A hybrid style is the best option to fill in the gaps in a client’s natural lash line if they have thin natural lashes and want dramatic lashes because a classic style wouldn’t just impress. It’s a fantastic idea to experiment with volume fans before committing totally. There isn’t a better method of applying for eyelash extensions. Each has its own benefits and characteristics.