Classic, Volume or Hybrid eyelash extensions? What's the difference? Which is better? I'm going to help you figure out which lashes are best for you.
The classic eyelash extension is the most traditional form of eyelash extension, with each natural lash having a 1:1 extension. Since there are only a limited number of these lashes, mascara works best if you have normal or abundant lashes, thick and strong, and you prefer to use mascara for a natural look. If you have sparse lashes and want to add volume or density to your eyelash line, this may not be the best choice for you. Classic lashes are perfect for clients who already have a lot of lashes but want to extend their length. Classic lashes look more natural.
This is a specialized technique in which multiple lashes are fanned over each natural eyelash in a 2:1 (2D) ratio, i.e. each natural eyelash has two extensions up to a maximum of 10:1 (10D). A very popular ratio is 3:1 or 4:1, also known as 3D lashes or 4D lashes. The volume extension is finer and lighter than the Classic extension, resulting in a denser, softer and fluffier look than the traditional Classic. As the proportions increase, curling lashes become thinner and lighter so that your natural lashes can hold the weight without any damage - the health and safety of real lashes and the roots is very important. The commonly used flagellum thickness is 0.10mm for 2D(2:1) and 0.07 or 0.06mm for 3D and 4D. In some types of super-size even 20:1 (20D) can be used with a diameter of 0.03 mm!
Curling lashes are perfect for clients with few, sparse, balding lashes, or who just want to look dramatic without needing thick lashes. Because its multiple extensions fan out, covering any gaps in the eyelash line, giving the impression of fullness or fullness. You can also get the same benefits by increasing the length and curl of classic lashes. These curls are lighter and fluffier, making your lashes look fuller.
If you already have normal or thick lashes, VOLUME LASHES will make you look softer and fluffier than classic lashes, or oversized VOLUME LASHES will make your eyelash line more exaggerated and thicker.
If you want a fuller look than the classic, but don't want to use Volume lashes, blending lashes is a great way to do it. Blend lashes are a mix of classic and curly, with classic definitions and the softness of Russian curls.
This blending technique is also a good choice if you have a lot of real lashes but are applying extensions from one set of bad lashes elsewhere, missing some of them or having small gaps because the volume fan will cover them to create an even eyelash line.
Usually people like to start with classic lashes, and after getting used to using classic lashes, they will opt for Russian curls, which provide a denser, fuller and fluffy effect. When choosing between "classic" and "curly," the most important thing to consider is how healthy, strong and thick your natural lashes are, whether your eyelash lines have gaps, whether they are naturally thin, and the end result and look you want to achieve.
The best lashes are those that suit your personal style and personality and make you feel comfortable!