Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Mink Lashes


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Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Mink Lashes Plenty of women wear fake lashes to enhance their appearance. You want to get the most out of your fake lashes so you will learn some great tips for making the most out of them. There are several different kinds of false lashes out there: synthetic, man-made, human hair, and mink hair. Mink lashes are the most lovely out of all the lashes out there. They're also much more comfortable to wear. It's imperative for you to know how to take care of them so they can last as long as possible.

Slide 2: Stay Away from a Lot of Products You can use mascara but put it on your natural lashes first. Let it dry. Then put it on your fake lashes. If you want a natural blended look this is how to achieve it. You don't want to use a lot of products in your lashes or it will wear them down. Be aware that using oil-based makeup may interfere with the glue as well. So take care when deciding which products to put on your eye when wearing your mink lashes.

Slide 3: Eyelash Extensions vs False Eyelashes False eyelashes are a full fake lashes that you glue onto your real lashes at the bottom of your lid. They're meant to be a short-term enhancement as they can be removed with makeup remover. Eyelash extensions, on the other hand, are glued to your natural eyelash and last around a month before they need to be redone or touched up.

Slide 4: When to Avoid Getting Extensions There are health reasons for not getting lash extensions. If you've given birth, been under general anesthesia, or had surgery, you should wait at least a year before getting extensions. Also, consult your physician if you have any skin, blood, or thyroid disorders before getting extensions. This is to make sure the chemicals don't cause a reaction. Also, some people have allergies to certain adhesives and fibers. Lash extensions are made from human hair, mink hair, synthetic fiber, and man-made fiber. The most common are mink hair and man-made fibers. If you know of any allergies to any glues or fibers it's important to let your beautician know ahead of time.

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