Why Choose Vegan Lashes?

Why Choose Vegan Lashes?

You might be questioning how our can lashes be vegan when we call them ‘silk’ or ‘mink’?

All our lashes are made of synthetic soft plastic fiber called PBT, Polybutylene Terephthalate and is heated, molded into the desired lash shape that sets as it cools.

While real mink eyelashes are made from the soft tail fur of the Siberian or Chinese mink that looks like a ferret or otter, ’silk' and 'mink' are just names the manufacturers have come up with to make PBT sound more appealing, and are created to mimic the look of real human lashes so our lashes are guaranteed vegan and 100% cruelty free.

Real mink lashes cause allergic reactions.

Because real mink lashes come directly from an animal, if you suffer from allergic reactions to other animal furs such as cat and dog hair, you may have a reaction to mink eyelashes, while our vegan lashes come from the most technologically advanced synthetic fibers that have a low grade of allergens, so it’s really recommended to people with sensitive skin.

Vegan lashes are more durable.

Vegan silk eyelashes are more hard-wearing than real mink ones and can withstand more handling than mink in general so they’re less likely to come off the band when you're removing them or cleaning off the glue, so you can expect your vegan silk lashes to last much longer.

Vegan lashes look more dramatic.

Vegan silk lashes are a little thicker than mink, which is better for creating an intense dramatic look and because you can wet vegan silk without losing its curl, you can add mascara or a lash sealant on top for even more volume and protection.

Overall, we believe that vegan lashes are better because it is easier to care for, and you can easily achieve dramatic and intense curl as it holds and doesn’t lose its shape.

If you love your clients, then do not settle for less. Choose only premium quality vegan + 100% cruelty free lashes for your lash extension supply needs.

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