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March 17, 2021 3 min read

Header imageEyelash extensions have been a pretty popular trend in the fashion industry in the past few
years. More and more people are diving into the world of eyelash extensions for that extra pop in their overall look.Why shouldn't they? Many studies prove that the eyes are the first thing people see when looking at someone. So a good looking eye is directly proportional to a good first impression. But, if you are looking to buy your first pair of lashes it can prove a daunting task with so many options to choose from. No worries as our team here at Cheveux Luxury is here to help you! With that being said, this article will go over all the main types of eyelash extensions prevalent in the market, we’ll also go over their pros and cons so that you can choose the one that suits you best;
Sable Lashes
Sable lashes as the name suggests are made from the fur of the Sable which is an animal present in parts of Russia. These lashes appear very natural and are extremely thin. These types of lashes are usually used by individuals that prefer lashes that are lightweight lashes and fans of the light natural look. Something to note,a common issue faced is that for some people they can be detrimental to allergies so it is imperative to ensure that you are not allergic before wearing. The lashes are not vegan as they are made from animal fur.
Sable Lashes
Mink Lashes
Mink lashes are made from mink(animal present in Serbian and Chinese regions) fur. They are organic but not vegan. Beginners are always advised to start their eyelash extensions journey with mink lashes as they are lightweight and fluffy. They give a very natural look as well. A downside of them is that they are on the expensive side.
Mink Lashes
Faux Mink Lashes
Faux lashes are man made lashes and are made up of synthetic materials. They are
significantly cheaper than natural mink lashes. These give a glossy look and are very thin but
they don't look as natural as mink lashes. Due to their synthetic nature they are recommended
for vegans and individuals with animal allergies that want thin eyelashes.
Faux Mink Lashes
Silk Lashes
Silk lashes are man made, made from synthetic fibres. They have a medium thickness and are suitable if you want to add some drama to your look. They are thicker at base and become thin as you go up towards the ends. One of the main benefits of these lashes is that they require less maintenance and are cheaper than other types of lashes.
Silk lashes
Synthetic Lashes
These are made from synthetic material and are fur free. Synthetic lashes are the most thick
type of eyelashes and are suitable for bold looks. As they are very thick and full you don't need to use mascara with them. Being synthetic they are cheap and allergy free. One main con about these lashes is that they are heavy and some individuals are unable to wear them fo long periods of time.

Bonus Tip:- Avoid using mascara on your lashes as the oils present in them tend to deteriorate the quality of the eye lashes.


Here at Cheveux Luxury we have a wide variety of lashes that you can try! Click the word "Lashes”  to be taken to our lash lineup!

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That’s all for today!

See you again in next week's blog, Till then Look Smart, Be Confident and Let Your Hair Do The Taking.

 



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