Russian Volume Lashes


What is Russian volume lashes?

Russian Volume Lashes are ultra fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same fibres as classic lashes. However, as they are much thinner so your lash technician is able to apply more than one to each natural lash. Russian Lashes are typically applied in a fan-like shape, which adds to the ‘volume’ look. via

What’s the difference between volume lashes and Russian volume lashes?

While Russian Volume usually results in a thick lash line with the shape arching in an even line, American Volume is more textured, staggered, or wispy. Mega Volume, on the other hand, refers to using 6 or more . 03-. 06 diameter extensions similar in look to Russian Volume but are typically longer. via

Are Russian lashes the best?

Russian lashes will look much thicker and fuller, whereas Classic lashes are usually more natural looking. If you are going for a more dramatic look then Russian lashes are probably the ones you want to go for. via

What are Russian lash extensions?

Russian lashes are ultra-fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same soft fibre as classic lashes. Because they’re much thinner, the therapist is able to apply more lashes to each natural lash – anything between 2-8. Russian lash extensions are applied in a fan-like shape, which gives more volume too. via

How long should Russian lashes last?

Once applied and if properly managed, Russian lashes should last around 4-6 weeks which is about the same lifespan that your natural lashes have. via

What thickness is best for Russian lashes?

Usually thicker lashes are used for classic lash extensions – 0.10 and 0.15 thicknesses are popular. When using the Russian technique, it is advised to use finer lashes as you are using more than one lash in a fan. Popular Russian thicknesses are 0.05 and 0.07. via

How do you remove Russian lashes?

You need to use an oil free makeup remover (I recommend this one) with them as anything that contains oil will weaken the glue that bonds the extensions to your natural lashes. Saturate a cotton wool disc with the remover and gently wipe around the eyes to remove eyeshadow and liner etc. (You shouldn’t need mascara). via

Why are Russian lashes called Russian?

Russian Volume lashes are now hotly in-demand! It’s a look that was first developed in the advanced beauty scene of Russia, hence the name, and it’s now very popular in the UK and anywhere with a thriving beauty industry. via

Whats the difference between Russian and volume?

American Volumes are sought after because many people think they have a more natural, less heavy look than their Russian counterpart. They can be much longer, with their wispy spikes reaching 15 or 16 millimeters (please for the love of lashes, do NOT go any longer than this!) via

Should I get Russian or hybrid lashes?

Hybrid Lashes

They offer more volume than Classics, but more of a natural look than Russians. Hybrids can take up to 2 hours to apply (depending on the desired look), with infills taking 1 hour every 3 weeks. via

Can I trim my Russian lashes?

To shorten the lash strip, use a pair of small scissors to cut off the extra length from either end. Keep the shorter false eyelashes and cut off the longest ones if you have tapered false eyelashes. You’ll achieve a softer, more natural-looking look with this. via

What’s the difference between Russian and mink lashes?

Still, although they are synthetic mink lashes, the REAL BIG difference is they are very fine lashes; their combined weight is the same or even less than an average single synthetic lash extension. So they are even more delicate than the natural mink lashes that are also very popular at the clinic. via

Why are my Russian lashes falling out?

Natural lash shedding- Our eyelashes naturally shed. As eyelash extensions are attached to your natural eyelashes, it is normal for the extensions to fall out as the natural lashes replace themselves. Opt for the lighter and finer extensions as they will last longer than the thick and sturdy kinds. via

How often do Russian lashes need infills?

As eyelash extensions are bonded to the natural lash, we recommend lash infills are carried out every 2-3 weeks to keep the set of eyelash extensions looking full. By this time, the new lashes which were too short to apply extensions to when you last had your lashes done will now be a healthy lash. via

Do you put volume lashes on every lash?

In a classic hybrid and volume lashes mixed set, you will still put an eyelash extension on every single natural lash. The amount of Volume lashes you apply versus Classic lashes you apply is up to you. There is no right or wrong. via

What weight should I use for Russian lashes?

For 2D-6D Russian Volume, you need to use between a range of 0.05 and 0.10 depending on how many lashes will be attached to the fan for the set you are making. via

What is the most popular lash extension size?

9mm to 12 mm are the most popular sizes. Do not be fooled, longer lashes are not always better. In fact, using lashes longer than 14mm will weigh down your natural lash. via

What size lashes for volume?

15 mm is most common for classic lashes, . 10 mm could be used on very fine lashes or can be placed with another . 10 mm to create a volume/2 dimensional effect. . 07 mm, ,06 mm, and ,05 mm thicknesses are used for volume lashes. via


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