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Russian Volume Eyelash Extentions

Available in 2D, 3D, 4D and more!

  • 2 hr
  • 80 British pounds

Service Description

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. Due to their lightweight nature, Russian Volume Lashes can last up to twice as long as Classic Lash Extensions. Russian Volume lashes are made from a variety of different ultra-fine synthetic fibres. The most common and popular type used by professionals is synthetic Mink. These create the illusion of thicker, fluffier lashes. Like all Lash Extensions, when looked after properly, Russian Volume Lashes should have the same lifespan as your natural lash cycle. This is usually between 4-6 weeks. To avoid your lashes looking patchy as they grow out, we would recommend an infill after 2-3 weeks. This will keep your lashes looking full and uniform. How to look after Russian lashes? For the first 48 hours, we recommend that you avoid water contacting your lashes. For the first two days after your treatment, avoid saunas, steaming, swimming and washing your face with hot water Do not use waterproof mascara on your lashes. Make sure you use an oil-free makeup remover. Do not rub your eyes. After washing your face always pat your lashes dry. Can you wear mascara with Russian lashes? No. It is not advisable to wear mascara with any kind of lash extensions. As mascara contains oil, this can break down the chemicals in the glue which will cause shedding If you do need to wear mascara, we'd recommend an oil-free product. How to remove Russian volume lashes? We would recommend always having your lashes removed by a professional. Removing lashes on your own could cause you to remove natural lashes prematurely, which could be damaging to the health of your lashes.

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