October 08, 2021
In this article, you'll learn about the differences between hybrid and traditional lashes, how many lashes are in a hybrid set, how to apply hybrid lash extensions, how long it takes to apply hybrid lashes, how to brush eyelashes, how long they last, and more. But first, let's go through the definition of hybrid lashes.
Volume lash fans and single classic lashes make up this lash combination. You get the best of both worlds with them, which is especially beneficial for individuals with sparse natural lashes. Without going crazy with the volume lashes, a hybrid can provide a little amount of density to the lashes.
Hybrid lashes are a combination of traditional and volume lashes applied to the lash line.
In a traditional method, one lash extension was connected to the native lash.
You fastened a handmade fan of 2+ lash extensions to the natural lash for volume application.
Hybrid lashes are a 70-30 blend of classic and volume lashes.
To create a hybrid lash set, you'll need to try out different lash curls and lengths.
You can use D curl 11mm for classic lashes.
C curl 9mm can be used for loudness fans.
At least one curl and two lengths are required for classic lashes. The traditional lashes will give your lash set a spiky look.
1. Step 1
Begin by applying the traditional lashes. This ensures that the spikes are evenly distributed throughout the collection.
2. Step 2
With your volume fans, fill in the gaps.
The spikey look from the original lashes may still be seen because the volume fans are less curled and shorter. Continue until the entire eye is filled.
The end result is a texture that looks like a hybrid set. The surges should be noticeable but not overwhelming.
Pro tips: Experiment with varied thicknesses, lengths, and curls to get distinct styles. The beauty of designing lash sets is that there is no one-size-fits-all approach.
A typical hybrid set lasts 2 to 3 hours. It takes about an hour to get a refill.
1. Step 1
Apply the lash brush to the top of your lash line.
2. Step 2
Roll the brush downward gently, through the lashes, and out at the tips of the lashes.
3. Step 3
Take the lash wand and brush upward from the base of the lashes if you still need a bit more fluff.
Hybrid lash extensions shed at the same pace as your natural lashes, just like classic and volume lashes. To keep your lash line appearing full, we recommend coming in every two weeks.
When you use hybrid lashes, you get a variety of benefits, and each one gives you a different look. This lash technique creates a dark volume pair of lashes for your client. If your natural lashes are sparse, hybrid lashes will add volume and fill up any gaps. Natural lashes with low density can appear scant when worn with classic lashes. Combining these two incredible lash techniques will offer your client a really unique look.
Read more: Tutorial: How to work with Eyelash Layers
If your customer has tried classic lashes and wants to add some volume, hybrid lashes are the way to go! Because it gives you a fuller lash line with just the right amount of fullness and texture. A volumized lash line that is less expensive than the volume for a more texturized lash look.
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