What are Russian Eyelash Extensions? Long, fuller and healthy eyelashes add up to the beauty of a person just as guards us against detritus going inside our eyes. Anyone with beautiful long lashes grabs the eye instantly. Therefore the beauty industry has introduced falsies to extensions over all these years. With progression year by year, Russia was able to create ultra-fine eyelash extensions as the new fad.
Russian Eyelash Extension is a fastidious hand-made invention opposite the classic lash technique requiring a single eyelash. In contrast, the Russian eyelash fans are made by combining a few synthetic thin mink strands.
The following are a couple of questions that may intrigue us to know about before picking to attempt this new technique.
How are the famous Russian extensions applied?
It is suggested for the extensions to apply under the supervision of a technician. The process involves placing multiple extensions cautiously and flawlessly to each natural lash. So it can create an illusion of the growth of various lashes from one spot. It instantly gives a dense look to the eyes.
How Russian Eyelash Extensions are beneficial, and to whom?
These eyelash extensions are a blessing for people deprived of full, thick long lashes or whoever wants to add that extra touch to beautify their eyes. The lashes are categorized as 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D, and 6D. These codes address the number of lashes used to create a fan to put on the actual lash line.
As they say, the more sugar you add, the sweeter it becomes. Much like that, the D addresses the sugar. The Ds will be, the more full your fan will look. 2D means two lashes in a set, 3D means three lashes, 4D means four lashes, and so on. It goes till 6D, over 6D Mega volume Eyelash category starts.
What difference does Russian Eyelash Extension make when you apply?
The beautiful eyelash extensions help you enhance your eye beauty, providing your lashes have the thickness, volume, extra definition, and an excellent and dark lash line that it needs to stand out.
How is the new eyelash extension technique different than the classic technique?
The main difference between both the lashes is the fact that classic lash extensions work on a ratio of 1:1 that is just a single lash is needed. In comparison, the Russian lash technique works on 2:1, 3:1 up to 6:1, extending to 8:1 and sometimes to 16:1, if you opt for mega volume.
These new technique extensions are so lightweight compared with classic extensions. Not just that they, are even lighter than the actual lash that we can put up multiple strands on a single natural lash.
Classic Eyelash diameter lies within 0.15mm or 0.20 mm, while the diameter for the new Russian technique is 0.07mm, sometimes even 0.03 that itself says it all.
Since the Russian technique requires more effort and time than the classic technique, the price difference is visible between the two. Different salons or technicians offer different prices, but generally, the Russian lash extensions are more expensive than the classic lashes.
How long the Russian lash extensions do last?
Generally, Russian lash extension lasts up to 4-6 weeks, provided that we take care of it.
It is of significant importance to do aftercare of any service that you receive. Plants grow when they are well taken care of so do our natural lashes or even extensions. For long-lasting and better results we will have to be careful with few things before going for this new trend.
Therefore, we have put together a couple of points for you to keep in mind.
- As our natural lashes grow over time, we need to have infill every 2-3 weeks.
- Be very gentle with your eyes while touching them.
- No Water for one day or 24 hours after your lash appointment.
- No Mascara. Mascara is not optional. If a client wants more volume, she can achieve this by asking her eyelash stylist for bigger Russian fans.
- Always pat dry the eyes and never rub.
As informed, the process needs to be carried out very gently since precision is of great importance. So, we suggest you get it done by a professional only. And since eyes are a matter of sensitivity, we would also advise you to go with a patch test to know its effect before actually going out for the whole procedure.