Minked Lashes featured on “York Region Spotlight” with makeup artist Nicole Lemos.
MINKED LASHES featured in WEDLUXE Magazine.
Freelance Makeup Artist Lucky Bromhead uses MINKED LASHES in her editorial shoots.
Unveiled at IMATS 2013
Creative Director and celebrity Makeup Artist Arabella Trasca prefers MINKED LASHES for her clients, editorial shoots and on her blushing brides. www.arabellatrasca.com
The difference is in the quality! Mink and horse hair is 100% natural. It provides a subtle non artificial shine and has a feather like wispy look. Our lashes can be curled like human hair, and can be worn many times with proper care. Synthetic eyelashes, although cheaper, are fake, unnatural when worn, and can only be used a few times.
Both lashes are of the highest quality. It all depends what you are looking for. Mink fur provides a more dramatic wispy look while horse hair is more subtle, delicate and feathery. We highly recommend you try both.
Before applying glue and trimming the lash, measure your lashes so that it fits the length of your natural lash line. Always trim from the outer end of the lash and not the inner. We recommend users cut just short of the natural length of the eye as this will provide an easier application and will prevent the band from poking the inner corner of your eyes.
Our handcrafted genuine mink and horse hair lashes already have a natural beautiful curl. However if you choose to curl them , you can curl the lashes as if they are your own and the curl will maintain its shape for a long time. We do not suggest using mascara on the eyelashes as it will give them a less natural look and provide less wears. The horse hair particularly can not handle mascara because of it’s delicacy. Wear them as is, believe us – they are perfect!
No, we do not recommend swimming in our lashes as this can ruin the curl and style of the lash. Mink fur and horse hair is delicate and soaking the lashes in water can ruin the design.
To ensure the longevity of your beautiful handcrafted lashes we suggest gently and lightly pulling off any excess glue from the band after wearing them and placing them in their original casing so that they retain their shape.