Can I get lash extensions if I have straight lashes?
A: If you have very straight natural lashes or lashes that grow downward, you can still get eyelash extensions! … You can do curled extensions (called C curl), but be aware that because of the shape of the natural lash, they made not be adhered to the entire natural lash so they may grow out faster.
Can you go from classic to volume lashes?
Classic and volume lashes can be mixed. We may hear this being called a “Mixed” set or a “Hybrid” set is the more popular term for it. Hybrid lash extension sets are when classic and volume eyelash extensions are mixed throughout the same lash set.
Why are my lashes so straight?
We’ve learned lashes that don’t curl are primarily due to a lack of a double crease. The monolid forces lashes to grow straight down. Plus, the lid covers the base of the lashes making them look shorter than they are. … Look no further than this guide to finally get those darn lashes to curl — and stay curled.
Should I curl my lashes before eyelash extensions?
we need your eyelashes to be in the most natural and healthy state they can prior to your lash extension application. please do not curl your eyelashes, or use any other manipulation on them the day of your appointment.
How many eyelashes do you need for extensions?
If you want a full set, you’ll need as many extensions as you have eyelashes—about 80–120 per eye. A full set gives you a highly glamorous, dramatic look. If you want a partial set, a good option for newbies and those who want just a little enhancement, you’ll need about 35–40 per eye.