What Are Mink Lashes?
With so many different sorts of lashes available, it might be difficult to decide between them when looking for the distinctions and which one is best for whom. What exactly are mink lashes, and why do people love them?
Mink lashes are the most popular type of lash in today's industry, and we're here to guide you through what they truly are. nIn this post, we'll address some of the most frequently asked questions:
- What are mink lashes made of?
- Are mink lashes made from the fur of the animal mink?
- How to use mink lashes
- What is the finest mink lash?
What are mink lashes made from?
Well, it's quite simple if they are real mink lashes they come from the mink fur. Most lashes to claim they are made with mink are actually made with a synthetic material called PBT.
PBT is a plastic substance that has excellent shape memory, does not deform for a long time after processing and it's an ideal material to make eyelashes with! You can also find PBT in common household items such as toothbrushes.
Mink lashes come from Siberian mink or the Chinese mink because the fur is a natural look and isn't like the flat lashes you get for other false lashes.
Are Real Mink Lashes Made From The Fur Of The Animal?
"Where do mink lashes come from?" is a question we often receive, and it's easy to see why! The word "mink" can be confusing for many lash artists. Many people believe that these beautiful artificial hairs are animal-based because they're so soft like real fur.
The truth of it is only luxury bands carry real mink fur and others call it mink to mimic the luxury brands while using synthetic fibers. The reason why people love mink so much is it's the closest thing to your own natural human eyelashes.
If the company is being truthful about the product they will call it faux mink.
What Real Mink Lashes?
Real mink lashes provide an incredibly natural look that closely matches human eyelashes. They're not for everyone, but real mink lash extensions typically last longer and give off a lighter feel than alternatives because they're so light! Mink hair is extremely close to the hair on your lashes making these false eyelashes really desirable.
They cost a little more than other lashes and that's about it. For how long these lashes last the price is well worth it. There is also a debate about it being cruelty-free. Almost all lashes are cruelty-free.
How to use mink lashes
It's really all about your style and what you like to wear the most.
Most commonly occasion lashes are worn
- Everyday life that you want to look your best.
Mink eyelash extensions are good for if you want the same look every day but with mink fur, this will be the most expensive.
For lower cost, try synthetic lashes. This is not as high quality for you will need to replace them more often but they are good for if your daily lifestyle wears the lash out.
Strip lashes for when you want a different look or you just want to wear lashes and have a high-quality look. These are the cheapest way to have a natural-looking long lash. The downside is you will have to apply your lashes and can be time-consuming.
a 2-in-1 eyeliner glue pen is the fastest and easiest way to put on strip lashes and can be done in one minute.
What is the finest mink lash?
Mink, silk, and cashmere may be composed of synthetic materials but each fabric type has its own unique properties. For example, mink eyelashes feel soft and lush while royal sables lash extensions offer a crisp texture with an icy sheen.
Minks can also come in many different colors; some brands call them "mink" or use another moniker like "royal sable." Flat eyelash extender styles vary by brand as well--some refer to these products more generically (such as calling all types of synthetics simply “synthetic”) whereas others focus on identifying which animal was used for the fur(e).
So the finest mink lash is the real product of mink fur for your natural lashes.
Leida Lash uses real mink fur on all their lashes giving you truly and luxury lash for have the cost of the other luxury brands