Silk Lashes


If you’re like me, having Silk Lashes connect you with “Flawless” on a personal level. You savour your extra ten minutes of sleep in the morning, rock the no-makeup look with confidence, and know that though lash extensions do not make the man, they do make you feel like a bit of a bombshell. But if you’re like me you’ve never thought twice about what your lash extensions are made of.

Silk lashes, faux mink lashes, and real fur lash extensions are the most prevalent in the lash industry today, and differ from one another in texture, appearance, and weight. Understanding the variations between lash types and knowing what type of lash extension best suits your needs will not only make you an informed and responsible consumer, it’ll help you and your lash artist design the lash set you need to wake up every day looking and feeling flawless Silk Lashes.

Surprisingly, most mink lashes aren’t made of mink, but of a synthetic material called PBT (or Polybutylene terephthalate). PBT is a polyester product, used in the production of swim and athletic wear, toothbrushes, and—of course—lash extensions.

Oakley lash PRO (faux) mink lashes are known for their natural, semi-matte appearance that resembles the look of natural lashes, and remarkably lightweight body. Mink lashes are modelled after real mink fur, so they’re the thinnest type of synthetic extension available. As a result, they’re often used in volume sets. Most of the extension body is tapered, so each lash weighs up to 30% less than a silk lash. Sought out for their incredibly natural look, mink lashes are ideal for those looking for extremely natural lash sets, people who have very fine natural lashes, and for traditional volume and mega-volume sets.


Silk lashes, like mink lashes, are made of a PBT material. What separates silk from mink lashes, however, is not their material, but their weight, finish, and overall shape.

Silk lashes have a much shorter taper than mink lashes—meaning the body of the lash stays thicker for longer—as well as a luxurious semi-gloss appearance. Because silk lashes have a thick, full body, they work best in dramatic lash sets, and are the most common lash type used in classic sets (traditional lash sets with one lash extension per eyelash). If you’ve ever had classic lashes, chances are you’ve had silk lashes.


While most of the lash extensions used in the industry are made of PBT, some luxury lash providers offer extensions made of real mink fur. Because these lashes are made of real fur, they’re arguably the softest, and most natural-looking extensions you can get. Mink fur is velvety soft, and tapers into a long, slim, and incredibly fluffy lash. Because real mink lashes obtain their curl through perming (before they’re applied), they relax as time goes on, and will likely require extra curling at home.

Real mink lash extensions are more of a luxury service, and are not offered by all lash artists. They’ll also cost you much more than a synthetic lash set, and be warned! If you have animal allergies, these lashes may not be for you.


Flat lashes are the newbies to the lash market, and so are not often talked about in the synthetic vs. real debate. Like other synthetic lashes, flat lashes are made from PBT, however, their unique flat base sets them apart from any other lash type. Most lash extensions have a circular base, but flat lashes, as the name suggests, have a flat base. This gives flat lashes a much thicker appearance than silk or mink, and offers the most dramatic lash look of any MIIS lash extension.

Because of their shape, flat lashes cannot be used in volume sets. However, they can be added into hybrid sets (lash sets made with a mixture of volume fans and individual lash extensions) to create a textured lash look that’s fluffy and dramatic.

When thinking about what you’d like to get out of your lash set, speak with your artist about which type of lash extension is best for you. Not only will your synthetic and natural lashes impress her, you’ll know exactly what she’s saying when she recommends a blend of silk lashes and flat classic lashes and why.

How To Find The Best Lash Growth Product?

If you are looking for the best lash growth product, then you need to do a bit of research first. There are so many lash growth products on the market these days it is certainly confusing. So what are these products and just how do they work? What should you be looking for? How much should you ideally pay? Are the cheaper ones any good? Most of all, will it actually work?!

Although you can give the illusion of growth by using false mink eyelashes factory, using lash extensions or implants, generally speaking lash growth products refer to a serum that stimulates the growth of your natural lashes. This is achieved by applying the serum to the eye line at least once a day. Results are normally noticeable within two to four weeks. As a byproduct, the serums will also condition the lashes and may make them appear darker than usual.

Well, the best lash growth product need not necessarily be the most expensive. As a rule-of-thumb, I suggest you look at the mid-range priced products. I do have a favourite but I’m not going to tell you what it is here. Why? Because we are all different, and what I think is the best for me may not be the best for you, particularly if you are prone to suffering from allergic reactions Silk Lashes.

However, I suggest you look for evidence of any claims that the manufacturers make. Has it been tested? Are the results verifiable? Does the supplier offer user reviews and do they look genuine? If they are genuine, you will find similar reviews on more than one site Silk Lashes.

Two things of note is that you must be careful when applying the serum that you don’t get it in your eyes as this will cause some soreness and redness. Read the instructions carefully before you use it for the first time, as this will tell you what to do should you inadvertently get it in your eyes. Something you may not think about in the first instance, is that although you will see results quite quickly, you do have to keep using it to keep the rate of growth constant Silk Lashes.

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The best lash growth product will surely be the one that suits you the best and falls within your budget. Shop around as prices do vary and you will have long and thick lashes in no time Silk Lashes.