Mink eyelashes look and feel more natural: they have a soft, fluffy, fluttery look that you can only get from real hair. No matter what you do, a synthetic lash will always look a bit, well, synthetic. Plus, you can heat-curl mink lashes unlike synthetic eyelash extensions (that’s a plastic disaster waiting to happen).
I got a full set of Lashe mink lash extensions at LPG Endermocenter & Spa in Oldtown Scottsdale. Here’s a video of me with the results (mind the puffiness, I’m post-facial):
Even though these are clearly much longer and more beautiful than my real lashes, I got lots of “what mascara do you use?” and “your eyelashes are incredible!” Keep in mind, I regularly wear false lashes and am more used to hearing questions that already recognize that my lashes are fake.
These are actually incredibly affordable for high-quality mink lashes; while I’ve heard of people paying $300 for a set, LPG Endermocenter & Spa offers a full set for only $80 and fills for $50. (WHAT?)
Seriously. Get there before the price goes up. As for me, I’m a convert to the world of eyelash extensions. I haven’t touched my mascara, which is awesome since I’m not wearing much makeup lately, and I can pretty much go out the way I wake up.
Have you ever tried lash extensions? If not, what’s holding you back?