Russian Lashes, also known as volume or 3D lashes, are among the most sought-after treatments at our London salon. They have a 3-dimensional look, and we attach anywhere between 2 and 6 lashes. This technique is ideal for ladies who don’t have many natural lashes and want a fuller look or even those who wish for a glamorous ‘full-on’ look.
OK, so having more than one lash placed onto a host lash isn’t exactly new; layering or feathering, as it’s sometimes known, is a standard technique that most technicians learn when they do their advanced training. Not to mention cluster lashes (awful lashes that can cause a lot of damage to your lashes), so what’s the difference, I hear you ask? These Russian volume lashes are NOT cluster lashes. Cluster lashes are placed along the lash line over several lashes at a time; this is why they can cause so much damage to your lashes.
Our Russian lashes ‘turn over’ or fall out at different stages during their lash cycle. If these clusters are stuck over several host lashes, the ones that need to come out can’t because the clusters and the glue hold them in. Also, the clusters’ weight is hefty, which most people’s lashes can’t take, which can cause more damage to the host lashes.