Siberian minks produce the most premium fur, which is, you guessed it, also the most desirable. If you're a newbie to eyelash extensions and want a natural look, mink may be what you're looking for. It better mimics the look and shine of your own eyelashes. They are made of a polished acrylic material and are the strongest of all.
In appearance, they are slightly brighter or brighter than mink or silk lashes, and when applied quite densely, they often appear more dramatic. While they come in a wide range of thicknesses and curls, and can be applied to make them look very natural, synthetic lashes are the most popular among women who want a more dramatic, artificial look. They hold their curl extremely well due to their firmness. Some people don't consider them as “soft” or “natural” as silk or mink eyelash extensions, and while they last a long time, thicker shapes don't have as much staying power as silk and definitely not mink.
We always suggest buying synthetic and synthetic silk eyelashes instead of false eyelashes made with animal hair or human hair. There are many eyelash companies that use factories in foreign countries that do not have regulations on animal cruelty in cosmetics. While it can be said that certain mink or horse skin lashes are cruelty-free, it is not yet certain whether or not the materials are purchased from animal farms that treat animals badly. Our eyelashes do not include any type of animal skin and are completely vegan and cruelty-free.
We love animals and don't want to contribute in any way to animal cruelty practices. Synthetic eyelashes are by far the most spectacular eyelash extensions. They're what you're looking for when you want that bold and glamorous look. These lashes don't have real fur, so they're also usually a less expensive option.
Don't hesitate to ask an eyelash salon what material their eyelashes are made of if they don't say so on their website. Silk eyelash extension material comes in a wide variety of curls and lengths, so no matter what type of look you're looking for, silk lashes can be compatible with it. When you go to the salon, you'll notice that they'll usually ask you what type of material you want for your eyelashes. Silky lashes are similar to synthetic mink lash materials in that they are made of PBT, but silk lashes are presented differently in terms of weight, overall shape, and finish.
The biggest drawback of mink materials is that they do not adhere well to the glue, which causes great hair loss during use and over time. Different salons will vary in terms of the eyelash extension materials they use, so both clients and eyelash artists will have plenty of options to choose from. First things first, although some brands market their silk lashes as 100% silk lashes, they are a synthetic-based silk fiber, not real natural silk, since real silk comes from the silkworm cocoon, which means it's a fairly soft material and won't be able to maintain its shape or curl. All eyelashes are different in terms of the materials with which they are made, the style and the quality.
They are very expensive and more luxurious, since not all eyelash artists offer services with this eyelash extension material. If you're looking for a spectacular set of lashes, silk lashes as an eyelash extension material are undoubtedly something to consider.