Get To Know The Types Of Eyelash Extensions


Eyelash extensions are growing in popularity in the beauty industry and a considerable amount of ladies invest in lash extensions, due to lack of full, long lashes. They just want more!

The good thing about eyelash extensions is that you have beautiful and long lashes without using mascara, liner or makeup. It means you can look ” Done Up ” while doing absolutely nothing, which means no smudged liner or running mascara.

Lash extensions are truly a dream come true for most women. Hence the popularity, there are different types of extensions which might suit your needs.

Temporary Strips

Temporary Lashes

These ones are popular for people who like to go for events. They are great for fashion shows, weddings, photo-shoots, parties or any other special occasion for which you want to show up looking extra pretty. They are really easy to apply and of course only temporary. So you can have them on in the morning and take them off at night and throw them away when they are now too weak.

Single “Falsies”

Single Falsies

This is just one step up from strip lashes, these are single lashes applied with a temporary glue, usually done at home or salon. You add few lashes here and there to add length and volume. They can, however, damage you original lashes if not applied properly.

Synthetic Lashes

Synthetic Eyelashes

These lashes are shiny, acrylic and sturdy. They are used by makeup artists to make the fullest, most dramatic set of lashes. They are heavier and more durable than other lashes. They are best applied to a full, healthy set of lashes. Because of how heavy they are, it’s likely to damage real lashes if improperly applied or worn for a long time.

Silk Lashes

Silk Lashes

Silk lashes are a lot lighter and softer, so they give a more natural look to your lashes. Since they are lighter, they tend to be better if your lashes are thin or fine. They are longer lasting then synthetic, but are also more flexible.

Mink/Faux-Mink Lashes

Mink Lashes 1


The Mink/Faux-Mink Lashes are the most expensive types of lashes. They last a very long time and even look closer to your lashes than any other type. Mink lashes are very soft and fluffy. The only problem is that they lose their curl when wet, so curling might be necessary.

Now you have it, which of this lashes will you be adding to your beauty routine?


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