Flat Lash Tray
Flat Lash Tray
- Build volume and texture without adding extra weight
- Budget-friendly with 16 lash strips
- Vegan and Cruelty-free
- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
When clients want drama but have fine thin lashes, then flat lashes (or Cashmere, Ellipse lashes) are for you. As their name suggests, flat lashes are flat and oval-shaped at the base, whereas conventional lashes are rounded. A flat base means a larger, wider surface area, which means the extensions bond more effectively with the natural lashes. Better bonding = lashes that stay in place for longer.
Flat lashes are lighter, offering the width of a 0.15mm lash extension without adding extra weight. 0.15mm thickness flat lashes will feel like 0.07mm conventional lashes. Darker, thicker lash looks can be achieved but won’t feel uncomfortable or damage the natural lashes.
- Adhere better to the natural lashes for longer wear.
- Build volume and texture without adding extra weight.
- Allow you to create darker, more dramatic lash looks.
- Lightweight and comfortable, even on short or thin lashes.
- Only a small amount of glue is needed for application.
- Budget-friendly with 16 lash strips per tray.
- Approximately 3000 strands per tray (varies based on size and thickness).
- Made from high-quality Korean PBT. Rest assured that our extensions hold their curls over time.
- Vegan and cruelty-free.
All Mega Lash Academy lashes are made from the highest quality Korean PBT (Polybutylene Terephthalate). They are also referred to as faux mink or faux silk lashes.
The lashes are extremely soft and lightweight, while maintaining a long-lasting curl. And lashes made from PBT have the least chance of causing an allergic reaction to skin compared to all other eyelash extension materials on the market.
Flat lashes (or Cashmere, Ellipse lashes) require a specific application technique with only a tiny amount of glue. Because of their unique base shape, flat lashes should be positioned on the top or bottom of the natural lashes, not at the sides like some conventional lashes can be.
Many artists don't know this, but Ellipse or flat lashes are not meant to be used for full sets, but as an addition to other lash sets to pump up the volume. This is because flat lashes have a glossy finish, and since there is more surface area on the lash itself, the light will be more reflective off its surface, too many flat lashes together and you end up with a fake plastic lash look.