Perfect example of Anagen, Catagen, and Telogen... ☝🏽every lash can be lashed if using proper weight during classic or volume @
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This picture is a really good example of the growth phases every one/every eye has. There are the 3 phases in the growth cycle; Anagen, Catagen, and Telogen. 👀 Where ever the lash is its cycle depends on if it growing, transitioning, or resting.
The long lash pictured is a mature lash in the telogen (resting) phase. This lash can handle the most weight. This particular lash was 14 mm in length. 😲 We were doing volume with D curl and longest length of 13. So we were able to do 5V 13 mm on that long lash.
Those short lashes are in the anagen (growth) phase. 🌱 These lashes need special attention. If you place too much weight on these lashes you can cause premature lash shedding, lash breakage, and long term follicle damage.😖 So on these lashes apply a 1-2V fan, in a 8 or 9 length. Just because they are short, does not mean you cant lash them. Just 1 .05 or .07 will not cause damage. It will actually make your application easier by allowing you to isolate those little guys out of the way!
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