Are you considering getting high-volume eyelash extensions? You may be wondering if they are safe for your natural lashes. The answer is yes, as long as they are applied correctly and with proper aftercare. High-volume eyelashes, like classic and traditional volume eyelashes, are safe for natural eyelashes as long as they are applied correctly. Do you know what well-groomed eyelashes look like? The biggest myth is that eyelash extensions ruin your own eyelashes.
If applied correctly and properly, they are safe and do not ruin the health of your natural eyelashes. Make sure not to rub your eyes or pull or pull the extensions, as this can lead to loss of eyelashes and even damage your natural eyelashes. If the eyelashes are applied correctly and on each individual eyelash, they will not fall out. Because high-volume eyelashes use such small eyelashes to create a large volume, in and of themselves they are very safe. Yes, high-volume eyelashes are as safe as traditional or classic volume eyelashes.
However, they are definitely more complex, requiring a high level of expertise and experience to ensure that the weight of the extension isn't too heavy for the natural eyelash. You need very strong natural eyelashes to support a large volume. As you can see in the “calculating the weight of the volume fan” section of the article, there is a delicate balance between dimension, diameter and even length when creating the right fan. In addition, the application must be perfect for high-volume eyelashes to be safe. Eyelash extensions should be performed by a professional because the process requires adhering individual fibers to each of the natural eyelashes. In the photo below, you can see that the stylist has completely filled in ALL natural eyelashes, including baby eyelashes.
When an inexperienced professional applies eyelashes, they usually apply a synthetic eyelash to three or four natural eyelashes, which causes lumps to form or cause the eyelashes to break and fall out. Then, fill in adolescent eyelashes with a shorter length and a smaller weight, complementing the natural eyelashes. Standard eyelash sets are an excellent technique for adding length and adjusting the natural curve of eyelashes, but people who lack volume or want additional augmentation won't get much out of them. In general, high-volume eyelash extensions last between three and five weeks if you take good care of them. But when combined with several friends in a single natural tab to create a fan (between six and 15 per fan), it creates an ultra-dramatic look, the megavolume look. A volume fan uses 2 to 5 extensions with a diameter of 0.05 to 0.07 mm, while a large volume fan uses 6 to 16 extensions with a diameter of 0.03 to 0.05 mm.
The large volume makes it difficult to isolate because the base of the lash line becomes very thick with all the fans. In the image below, you can compare a client of mine without eyelash extensions, with a set of natural volume and with a set of divine volume. I also recommend that you be very conscious when removing your makeup and washing your face. Strong friction can cause some eyelashes to fall out or even cause natural eyelashes to come out along with the fan. Every time an eyelash was weighed, it was dipped in adhesive in the same way as you would with a classic eyelash. A different application method is used than more traditional eyelash extensions, so you should expect voluminous eyelashes to take longer to apply and cost more.
Once selected, the eyelashes are applied one at a time with a specially formulated semi-permanent glue that does not irritate the eyes or damage the natural lashes. Russian Volume Eyelash Extensions are similar in appearance to high-volume lashes, with their glamorous full-body look. In conclusion, high-volume lashes are safe for your natural lashes as long as they are applied correctly by an experienced professional who understands how to calculate weight and dimension for each individual lash extension. With proper aftercare and maintenance, you can enjoy beautiful voluminous lashes for up to five weeks!.