What’re Mink Lashes&Silk Lashes?
Mink, Silk And Faux Mink Eyelashes, What’s The Difference?
While faux mink tends to be the most popular material for eyelash extensions these days, there actually several different kinds. It’s easy to
get confused with all the “mink/faux mink talk”, throw in “silk” and you’re like…huh? Let’s break down what the different types of eyelash
extensions are and how they differ from each other. Mink, Faux Mink, and Silk extensions are the most commonly used. The main difference between them comes down to their firmness, are
they real fur, faux fur or are they synthetic.
What Are Mink Lashes? With all of the different types of lashes available, it can become confusing when trying to narrow down on the differences and which one is
right for whom. Just what are mink lashes anyway? What is the difference between synthetic mink lashes and real fur mink lashes? Mink lash extensions are the most widespread lash types in the lash industry today, and we are here to help you understand what they really are。
The term ‘mink lash’ refers to eyelash extensions made with a synthetic material called PBT. This material is a plastic substance that has excellent shape memory, does not deform for a long time after processing, and has excellent
heat and chemical resistance.
PBT is used not only in eyelash extensions but in some common household items such as toothbrushes! SJ Mink Lashes are all made of top-quality Korean PBT. By using the best quality Korean-made PBT fiber, we make sure our lashes are soft, lush, and flexible.
Are mink lashes made from the fur of the animal mink? “Where do mink lashes come from”? Not surprisingly, one of the most common questions we receive about mink lashes is where they come from. The word ‘mink’ tends to confuse many artists and lash clients, and many of them tend to believe that the lashes are made of animal hair. We are here to close this argument once and for all! Generally, mink lashes are only called that because their texture is as soft as the animal
mink hair. So yes, mink lashes are vegan and cruelty-free,
Usually used on older clients or those going for an extremely natural look. The allure of extensions made from mink hair is that they have a
natural quality to them that you cannot get from synthetic material. Real Mink lashes come from the Mink tail, usually coming from either
the Siberian Mink or the Chinese Mink. With Mink extensions, you’ll get a light, fluffy, soft natural look. Real mink lashes usually last longer
because they are so light as well as being able to apply several mink extensions per natural lash. The downside to this type of extension is
that not only are they expensive, ranging from $300-$500 per set, but they also do not come curled. Real mink lashes need to be permed and
you’ll have to keep curling them at home to maintain that curled look.
Click the link to read more information. Deciding between the different types of eyelash extensions to use will depend on your client. Their age, the occasion, the look they’re going
for will all play a factor in deciding which extension to work with. What type of extension do you most work with? Let us know in the comments below!
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