Classic set

Classic lashes are the perfect way to enhance natural lashes. With the classic technique, one individual lash is applied to one natural lash to create a set of longer and thicker lashes.

Depending on the desired look, there are a variety of curls, lengths, and thicknesses to choose from.

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Hybrid set

Hybrid lashes combine one-to-one Classic lashes and Volume fans with 4-8 lashes in each fan.

The Hybrid style gives your lash line a little more volume than the classic look and offers three levels of fullness – Natural, Medium and Maximum.

Volume set

A volume set is a more advanced technique where a fan of multiple extensions is applied to each natural lash.

These extensions are also thinner in order to ensure that the fans are lightweight and won’t strain your natural lashes.

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FAQ'S

WHICH IS BETTER: CLASSIC, VOLUME OR HYBRID EYELASH EXTENSIONS?

I recommend the classic style of lash extensions for clients who want a natural and professional look. But if you’re looking for an oomph factor such as for a wedding, volume would fit well.

Although, when a client wants dramatic lashes that look natural for say casual fun wear, the hybrid eyelash extensions style is what I pick.

WHICH LENGTH AND CURL TO USE FOR CLASSIC, HYBRID OR VOLUME EYELASH EXTENSIONS?

Regardless of the style of eyelash extension you get, length and curl vary based on the eye shape of the client and the texture of their lashes.

For instance, whether or not a person is getting volume, hybrid, or classic sets, they can get a C curl or a D curl based on the shape they want or their natural curls.

That being said, the volume set does use a steeper curl than the classic set mostly.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASSIC AND HYBRID LASHES?
The difference between classic and hybrid lashes is that classic lashes are single strands of synthetic fibers applied to each natural lash, while hybrid lashes are a mix of both classic and volume lashes.
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HYBRID AND VOLUME LASHES?

The main difference between volume and hybrid lashes is that volume lashes are made up of multiple, thinner lash fibers applied to each natural lash, while hybrid lashes are a mix of both classic and volume lashes.

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CLASSIC AND VOLUME LASHES?
The main difference between classic and volume lashes is that classic lashes are a one-to-one application (one individual extension applied to one natural eyelash) while volume lashes are a one-to-many application (several individual extensions applied to one natural eyelash).
DO HYBRID LASHES LAST LONGER?

Hybrid lashes last longer than classic lashes but not as long as volume lashes. That’s because the volume fans used in a hybrid set will have more adherence surface to the natural eyelash and will therefore last longer.

DO VOLUME LASHES LAST LONGER?
Yes, volume lashes are the longest-lasting type of lash extension. This is because this technique only uses volume fans which completely surround the natural eyelash when applied thus creating a more secure bond.
CAN HYBRID LASHES LOOK NATURAL?
Yes, hybrid lashes can look very natural. The classic set of eyelash extensions gives a natural look to the wearer. But when it comes to hybrid lashes, the idea is to add volume without compromising the realistic appearance. The lash tech will decide on the right mix of volume and classic eyelash extensions to create a personalized hybrid style look that’s great for you. The same is why hybrid lashes look much less dramatic than volume lashes and much more natural. Hybrid lashes don’t look fake or unnatural when done properly. They are the best personalized style that’s out there now.
HOW CAN YOU MAKE CLASSIC EYELASHES FULLER?
If your eyelashes appear to be full with naturally lush lashes, extensions also appear fuller with 90% filling. Typically, a classic set has a ratio of 1:1 but no artist places an extension on every one of your natural lashes. That being said, if you tell your lash tech that you want a fuller look, they’ll add as many extensions as possible to your healthy lashes. Never should extensions be applied on baby lashes as this will damage your natural lashes. Apart from the total number of lash extensions, the thickness of individual false lashes also matters. As a rule of thumb, thick lash extensions also look fuller. That being said, experienced lash techs don’t add thick eyelashes to natural lashes unless it’s the right weight. Hence, thicker extensions are only added to clients when they’ve naturally thicker eyelashes.