Mink is super lightweight, fluffy and mimics the look of your own eyelashes. If you're new to eyelash extensions and like a more subtle look, mink might be a good option. Mink lashes are truly superior in the sense that they look natural and fluffy. Even regular extensions applied eyelash by tab can look similar to a strip, since they are machine-made.
The mink ones, because they are made of fur, take on their own natural look. There's basically no way for anyone to know it's not real. Simply pick up a lighter and burn the individual lashes on the strip. If the eyelashes turn to ashes, then you have a real strip of mink eyelashes.
If your eyelashes smell like burnt plastic and don't turn to ash, then you have a synthetic mink set. Mink lashes are a fantastic choice for a clean and elegant classic lash set. Since mink lashes have the widest variety of curls, thicknesses and lengths, they can offer their customers a variety of styles, from natural to dramatic. So I make silk lashes and use different curls and lengths to imitate the different angles and the deeper, thicker look of the mink.
If you compare silk and mink lashes of the same thickness, you'll notice that silk lashes look softer and softer and result in a more natural look. They are the medium weight type of eyelash extensions and are thinner and more flexible than synthetic eyelash extensions. However, increasingly, as eyelash extensions became more popular, better technology emerged and synthetic eyelash extensions are now better than mink eyelash extensions by a long and long margin. Some people don't think they look “soft” or “natural” than silk or mink eyelash extensions, and while they last a long time, the thicker ones (we use a maximum of 0.20 mm wide) don't have as much staying power as silk and definitely not mink.
Lower eyelash extension provides greater definition and length, and can help open your client's eyes, making their eyelash extensions look even more noticeable and dramatic. Thanks to the sections of the BL Laser eyelashes that hold the glue, the adhesive is prevented from forming a drop of glue at the root of the extension tab. However, due to their flat (square) shape, flat lashes are not ideal for bulky eyelash extensions. Beauty bloggers with little or no experience in the eyelash extensions industry who write about eyelash extensions.
Real mink lashes provide a lightweight, soft, fluffy and, ultimately, more natural look, which closely resemble natural human eyelashes. The word “mink” tends to confuse many eyelash artists and clients, and many of them tend to believe that eyelashes are made from animal hair.