There are two main types of lash extension: classic (applying one eyelash extension to a natural one) and volume (applying a fan of eyelashes). We use both types to create special lash effects that can radically change the client's appearance.
This lash extension effect maximizes the natural beauty of the eyes without changing their shape. Therefore, it looks very natural with any type of appearance, replacing daily makeup.
IMPORTANT! Do not confuse the classic eyelash extension, which we can use in all the lash effects, with the natural effect, which is a way of modeling the look.
The fox effect is the second most popular after the natural one. It visually stretches the shape of the eye creating an eyeliner effect.
To make this effect you should apply the shortest extensions in the inner corner of the eye, and the longest ones length in the outer corner. The fox effect suits best for girls with large and close-set eyes.
Fluffy lashes similar to squirrel tassels raise the corners of the eyes, make the client's look more expressive, and the eyes visually large.
Unlike the fox, the squirrel effect needs a maximum length in the middle of the eyelid. The shortest lash extensions in the inner corner gradually pass to the longest in the middle, and then again to the short ones in the outer corner of the eye.
The rounding effect helps to visually "open up" the client's eyes. With this effect, the maximum length falls strictly in the middle of the eye. Take the middle of the client's pupil as a reference point.
You can use any length, taking into account the condition of the natural lashes.