In the world of extensions, there is a lash style that can suit everyone’s personal preference. Flat, or Ellipse lashes, are unique extension styles that bring instant depth. Here is everything you need to know about Flat lashes.
What Are Flat Lashes?
Let’s begin by answering the question - what are Ellipse flat lashes extensions? Ellipse lashes are oftentimes called flat lashes because of their characteristic flat oval bases. These bases are very lightweight, with 0.15 to 0.20 mm widths and varying lengths. Thanks to their overall flatness, flat lashes extensions grasp natural lashes longer and they add extra depth to the lash lines.
Application Techniques for Flat (Ellipse) Lashes
Now that we know about their flat bases, let’s take a look at specific application techniques that work best for lashes for eyelash extensions. The bases of the Ellipse lashes have naturally wider foundations. This means that instead of attaching lashes for eyelash extensions to the sides of the natural lashes, it’s optimal to apply Ellipse lashes to the top or bottom areas. This application technique will ensure that eyelash extensions last for weeks on end and look flawless against the natural lash line.
Tips to Use
Using the right set of Ellipse lash extensions can make or break any lash look. High-quality, PBT mink eyelashes can help create stronger holds, which is why it’s essential to use premium lash extensions.
Start by dipping each lash fan into a lash adhesive. Wait 2-3 seconds before attaching the Ellipse lash extensions to natural eyelashes. Once the Ellipse lashes make contact with the natural lash, hold the fans in place for 5 seconds. Repeat this step until the entire lash line is coated with Ellipse lashes.
How Do You Maintain Them?
It’s no secret that maintaining eyelash extensions all comes down to proper aftercare routines. Ellipse flat lashes also require care. Inform your clients about the importance of maintaining eyelash aftercare rules. Avoiding water exposure, oil-based makeup or excess heat, is essential for the first 24 hours after getting lashes.
Following the 24-hour period, it’s all about performing daily lash cleansing routines and upkeeping lash appointments once every 4-6 weeks. Foaming lash shampoos, clean mascara wands and dry washcloths are all that are needed for everyday cleansing rituals. For high-quality Ellipse lashes and aftercare products, visit the Stacy Lash lash supply store and invest in your future today!