Different Lash Types

Different Lash Types

False Lashes/Strip Lashes

These type of lashes are applied with a temporary clear latex glue (think Ardell Lashes) and are designed to be worn for a few hours at a time. These are typically not reusable due to bacteria overgrowth. They are the clip-ins of hair extensions.

Cluster Lashes

These lashes are designed to be applied the same way strip lashes are - temporarily. However, many lash bars apply these with permanent eyelash extension grade glue, resulting in disastrous results. These type of lashes can rip out lashes, are normally uncomfortable, and are too heavy to be applied permanently. 

Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash Extensions are a more permanent option than the previous two. They are thin, lightweight lashes, that are applied with a safe glue to a single natural lash (this technique is SAFE for your lashes, and doesn't result in them being ripped off). The lash tech is typically intensively trained in individual lash extensions (all of our lash techs are Bella Lash certified). 
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