Classic Lashes For Darker, Fuller Lashes

How to make classic lash extensions look fuller? What is the thickest classic lash? Which lash thickness is ideal for a naturally fuller look? What lashes are best for classics?

Classic lashes are fantastic for creating a more natural, everyday look. It perfectly balances a bold, dramatic lash and a natural lash.

The vital thing you should know about classic lashes: they look great, they're not necessarily as natural looking but darker and fuller instead. Regarding your desired application method, this is what truly matters.

Classic Lash Extensions For Darker, Fuller Lashes

 

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You know many ways to create classic lash extensions if you're a lash artist. The key is knowing which method will give you the best results for your client.

Do you want to create a darker and fuller set of classic lashes? Don't worry! With this guide, you will learn everything you need to know.

 

CHECK THE CLIENT'S NATURAL LASHES

If you notice any gaps on your client's lashes or if they appear fragile, weak, or even damaged from the previous set they had before coming to you, these could all be signs that you should advise a different kind of set or option.

However, if you see that they have thick natural lashes, few gaps, or many layers, they are a perfect candidate that you can use to get that fuller look.

 Natural Lashes

 

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IMPORTANCE OF PROPER PUTTING THE UNDER EYE PATCHES

Make sure you get this right and redo it if necessary until the client is comfortable and everything looks good. This part is essential because we want to ensure that the client's lashes can sit nicely so that they are adequately exposed, and we can see all of the natural lashes. If not, you'll struggle with the eye pad and the tape the entire session.

 Under Eye pads for Lash Extensions

Gel Under Eye Patches and Collagen Lip Mask used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

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YOU CAN USE DIFFERENT DIAMETER

If necessary, you can use lashes of varying diameters, whether thinner or thicker. Still, if you can apply lashes to every single natural lash, that is what will be able to give you the fullness and dense look when using classic lashes.

 Classic Lashes

Classic Lashes and Precision Volume 90 Degree Tweezer used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

Look at the length and thickness of the natural lashes to determine the best diameter to use. If you're looking at the inner corner, that area will be the weakest or thinnest, so you should use a very light lash extension. However, when you get to the middle of the eye, those will be the longest or thickest natural lashes, so you can use a heavier 0.18 lash that can hold that.

Classic lash diameter

Classic Lashes and Dolphin-Shaped Curved Tweezer used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

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MAKE SURE TO ASK YOUR CLIENT IF THEY WANT SOMETHING DRAMATIC OR A NATURAL SET

Ask whether they like something long and dramatic or something natural and simple. If you maintain the lashes a little shorter, you'll have a better idea of the style they want and how long to make them. It would help if you also noted how long their natural lashes are.

Remember that these lashes are very heavy; therefore, measure each lash extension to the natural lash to ensure that it is something the client can carry. Don't just assume that each client can handle a 15 or 16 length if they want something long.

Most natural eyelash extensions

Classic Lashes, Velour Lash Adhesive, Incredible Retention Primer and Super Bonder used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

There are many kinds of classic lashes available, with sizes ranging from 0.15 to.20. A .20 is the heaviest, thickest, and darkest lash you can use. However, you must choose the correct natural lash to attach these diameters; if it is something thinner, use a.15; if it is something longer or thicker.

If you prefer a darker, thicker look, you can use something denser, like a 0.18 or even a 0.20, but be careful to accurately measure each lash's diameter.

 

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LASH BACK AND FORTH

I frequently jump from eye to eye when lashing to achieve a fuller, bolder look. However, when applying classic lashes, I want to ensure that the glue has enough time to dry and that nothing is lashed too closely to or right next to it so that the glue and lashes do not adhere to one another. Using too much adhesive or lashing too quickly will cause all of your extensions to get tangled and create a messy situation or a poor classic set.

Proper Lash Application

Classic Lashes, Optite Low Humidity Adhesive, Incredible Retention Primer, and Isolation Long 45 Degree Tweezer used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

When applying the lash extensions, don't be afraid to use the sides or the bottom of the lash wherever it will be easiest to attach that lash extension. For example, if you notice that some lashes are gearing to the left, try attaching the extension a little more to the right, or if the lash is pointed upwards, go ahead and try an upwards bond. Place it wherever it will be more convenient for you to do so. Just make sure the base is in contact with the natural lash.

 

TIP: Don't be afraid to use a short lash extension because they're thinner or shorter. It looks much darker and makes the set more complete if you have them done rather than just leaving them bare. Make sure that these inner corners are full and every lash is lashed.

 

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ISOLATE THE LASHES PROPERLY

Take time isolating each lash; don't be afraid to take more time if necessary. You must do this since you don't want any tiny hairs or extensions to get caught and cause that set to look hazy and unkempt.

Again, don't be afraid to utilize your tape fully. If you need to make the lid stretch in a particular way to expose specific lashes, go ahead and make the necessary adjustments. You don't want to struggle with the lashes to get something to show; it's much simpler to let the tape handle the situation for you.

To achieve the desired darker eye look, line up thicker diameters near one another. To do this effectively, use your taping up techniques once more. Please ensure clean isolation before picking up the lash, dipping it in glue, and placing it directly on the top, bottom, or the side of the lash. Try to expose as many bottom-layer lashes as you can using this method.

Eyelash isolation

Classic Lashes, Elite High Humidity Adhesive, Incredible Retention Primer, Dolphin-Shaped Curved Tweezer and Isolation Long 45 Degree Tweezer used in this set. To shop, please click here.

 

Always remember which area of the eye you are working on, whether it be the corner, the middle, or the outer edges, again determining how thick the natural lashes are.

Outer corners will be very similar to what you did to the inner corners—taped the lid with a thin piece of tape. And used it to pull the corner back just a little so that the lashes clumped in the corner may be more freely seen.

The tricky part, in my opinion, or the part you have to get used to, is deciding which way you want to pull that tape. For example, if you're going to pull it horizontally, you can see the outer ones exposing a little bit more if you do it that way.

 

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CONCLUSION

Mix curls, thickness, and lengths throughout the lash set to add texture and the appearance of fuller, darker sets. The set will appear dark and fuller if you decrease the length between each normal extension you apply, mainly through the center of the eye.

Ensure that you apply every lash. And fill them in as much as you can, and pay attention to the inner corners, which will also complete your set.

 

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