Maizy Fitchett-Clegg

Beauty Therapist



Classic Lashes - £35 (infills - £20)


Classic lashes are a technique in which a single extension is applied to one isolated natural lash, using a ratio of One to One - if you have a lot of natural lashes then the one to one ratio will be a lot more.


Classic lashes are perfect for adding length and fullness to your natural lashes, giving the appearance of wearing mascara.

Hybrid Lashes - £40 (infill - £25)


Hybrid lashes are a combination of classic and volume lash extensions across your lash line, taking the best bits from both treatments. Hybrid Lashes will give you volume and length - while the volume fans create the fullness, classic lash extensions are used to add length and break up the uniform, resulting in a wispy, textured lash extension look.

Russian Lashes


Russian Volume Lashes are ultra fine synthetic lashes that are made from the same fibres as classic lashes but can be more complex to apply. As theses are much thinner I am able to apply more than one to each natural lash. Russian Lashes are typically applied in a fan-like shape, which adds to the ‘volume’ look.


 The ratio of extensions to natural lashes can vary, and is described as a lightweight volume or heavyweight volume set.

Lash extensions come in different weight sets. Lightweight would be considered a 3D/4D set then heavy weight would be considered a 5D/6D set.

3D would count as 3 extensions per each natural lash, a ratio of Three to One. Russian volume is highly recommended if you are looking to create a full and extravagant look. It is also perfect for those who have sparse natural lashes, where extra coverage is wanted or even needed. 

To create the volume look, the lashes are made into lash fans and bonded together with the adhesive when being applied to the natural lashes. 

It is easy for people to get confused between these fans and cluster lashes. Cluster lashes and prepared fans and are not the same as volume lashes and do not create the same effect or look.



Lash Infills - Classic/Hybrid/Russian


Filling gaps in the lashes, either caused by new natural lashes growing, old natural lashes dropping out due to the end of a life cycle, or a lost lash extension.

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Lash Removal - £10


Having lash extensions professionally removed is the safest way, removing them yourself isn’t worth the risk of damages your natural lashes.


I will use a special remover and tiny tools specifically designed to remove lash extensions, the process takes less than half an hour. Getting your lashes removed professionally is very important, because as your natural lashes grow out with the extension still on them, they can eventually break your lash in half.

You have the option to wait it out and let your extensions fall of on their own, this can take up to five weeks depending on your lash growth cycle. I personally do not recommend waiting it out because when your false lashes start to fall off, it creates opportunity to pick them off - avoid picking off your lashes yourself AT ALL COSTS.

If you’ve ever had your eyelash extensions grow out naturally, you might notice that your lashes look extra stubby and short – this is most likely because your lashes broke when the lash extension came off!