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The Difference Between Cluster Lashes and Volume Lashes

So today I received a client who has been going to her nail tech here in Tampa for two years to get her lashes done. First individual synthetics now cluster lashes. Let me just say this is NOT the first nail salon lash horror story I've encountered. 

These cluster lashes are thick heavy clusters of pre made bouquets of lashes applied to your natural lashes. The problem (as you can see in both below pictures) these lashes are thick heavy and most of the time use a lot of glue. With lashes like this your natural lashes can't fallout  or cycle like they should. They tend to break due to the weight and glue of the clusters, they hurt and they look like fake lashes.  All of these things could lead to eye mites, eye infections and definitely unhealthy weak and short lashes.

It is your lash artist's job to educate you and protect the health of your natural lashes. If they are unable to do this you should probably find another artist. Just an FYI in the state of Florida a person with just a nail tech license is not allowed to perform lash extensions.

Volume Lashes on the other hand are hand made and customized individually for each of your individual natural lash. These boutiques of .07 lashes can range from 2-6 lashes per your natural lash while still protecting the health and integrity of your natural lash. As you can see in the picture above Borboleta Beauty Volume Lashes give a light fluffy full look without the damage. I'd love for you to trust me with your lash extensions and lash health! Book your appointment today to experience Volume Lashes in Tampa. 

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