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. Both real mink and vegan silk lashes are super light, but mink is the lightest. You can achieve a very fluffy eyelash look without feeling like you're wearing them.
However, since mink comes directly from an animal, if you suffer from allergic reactions to other animal skins, such as cat and dog hair, you may also have a reaction to mink eyelashes. Synthetic mink lashes are made without harming any animal and look and feel similar to real mink. The price is also much better, making synthetic mink lashes the clearest winners. Create a subtle color gradation by mixing colored mink lashes with black lashes, or create a fascinating look with a complete set of all color tones.
From silk eyelash extensions to sable eyelash extensions, there's a type of material for every person and their eyelash needs. If the most important thing for you is to use all natural materials, then you may be a fan of real mink fur eyelashes. Synthetic mink lashes are becoming very popular because they are so light and thin that they feel exactly like your own eyelashes. With all the different types of eyelashes available, it can be confusing to try to reduce the differences and which one is right for whom.
There are many types of eyelashes on the market here, such as mink lashes, synthetic eyelashes, silk lashes, etc. Used and preferred by customers whose eyelashes are weak and flimsy, silk extensions come with a non-traditional curl pattern and can provide customers with a natural eyelash look regardless of size or length. Real mink lashes tend to last longer because they are hollow inside, which makes them so light, that it allows us to apply several mink extensions per natural eyelash without weighing it down. Mink lashes are made from real mink hair, and the texture of mink fur is similar to that of human hair, with a natural black color.
In addition, vegan silk also absorbs the pigment more easily than any other type of eyelash, so you can achieve darker, deeper colors. However, due to their flat (square) shape, flat lashes are not ideal for bulky eyelash extensions. Synthetic eyelashes should only be used once and then discarded, while mink extensions can be used multiple times and still maintain their natural look and shape. They are made of real mink fur, very different from synthetic material or other plastic material, which can allow for a super light, soft, fluffy and more natural look, matching a quality similar to natural human eyelashes.
Starting to use eyelash extensions can help you feel “flawless” and perfect your “makeup-free” look when you're in a hurry or prefer a casual look for the day.