WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
Step beyond conventional one-on-one eyelash extensions to achieve even more volume. Volumization is the technique of adding multiple eyelash extensions to one single natural eyelash to create depth, volume, and texture. It is a revolutionary advanced technique that uses even lighter and thinner lashes to add multi dimensional volume.
Volume lashes are extremely lightweight, allowing the stylist to apply 2-6 extensions per natural lash, or 200-750 extensions per eye! This can not be done with classic lashes, as they are too heavy to apply more then one extension per lash. Volume lashes are very soft, fluffy and the most natural feeling of all eyelash extensions. They come in several different lengths and curls. These can create a beautiful full yet natural look, up to the most glamorous look you can imagine.
Simply… it’s the best there is out there and you deserve it!
If you already have a conventional eyelash extension set, you can choose to remove your set (recommended) or transition slowly during your regular fills. If you have superthick extensions, I would highly recommend removal and redoing.
Q. Will all these lashes do damage to my natural lashes?
A. NO WAY! They are customized to your natural lashes, so you will never have more lashes than your natural lash can handle. You will actually have more volume than your regular lash because we use lashes that are a fraction the weight of normal lash extensions. Our clients will actually tell you that their natural lashes have grown even longer and healthier after lash extensions, since we teach proper care and growth techniques.
Q. Can I get more length with this new technique?
A. You could, but the focus is on volume. The model above has 12 mm lash extensions, but you could easily go to 10 mm extensions and add 3 lashes per lash. The choice is yours and you can make it with your stylist.
Q. Does this process cost more?
A. Yes it does, as the process takes more hours to apply the set (3 hours) and it uses 2-3 times the regular supplies.
Q. Is it safe?
A. Yes! We only use Health Canada approved glue and we have had multiple Advanced training sessions. In this industry, you get what you pay for!