Difference between Classic, Hybrid, and Volume Lashes
As a new client, it can get a little confusing with all the lash terminology such as classic, hybrid and volume lashes. So what is the difference between the three? And how do you know which one to pick for yourself?
Classic lashes are what we call a 1:1 ratio. We apply only one eyelash to the top of your natural lash. If you already have full lashes, this might be a good option for you if you’re just wanting to add more length to what you currently have. Classic lashes look more natural than hybrid and volume lashes do. Classic lashes are also a good place to start out if you’re unsure about which set you should choose. With classic lashes we can customize your look with different lengths and curls.
Hybrid lashes are a mixture of classic lashes and volume lashes. Maybe you don’t want to go as dramatic as a full volume set, but you want something a little more dramatic than regular classic lashes.A hybrid set would be perfect for you! We do the one to one ratio and we also add in volume fans! So you’re truly getting the best of both worlds! You can also mix different lengths and curls in with a hybrid set! They look full, but have length to them as well!
Volume lashes, also known as Russian Volume, is the most dramatic out of the three. The lashes used in this method are much thinner than what is used in the classic set, so that allows us to place more lashes on top of your natural lash safely! They are fluffier and lighter and just give you a fuller overall look. If you have sparse lashes, gaps in your lashes, or just want a more full and dramatic look, then volume lashes may be the best choice for you! We hand make each individual fan that is placed on top of your natural lash. This is much safer and more effective than placing cluster lashes, which can be very damaging to your natural lashes and could even cause permanent lash loss.
All three are excellent choices and can be customized with each client! You aren’t just confined to one particular set! Feel free to experiment with the other sets so you can figure out which one you like the best!
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