Fake Eyelashes Manufactured from Mink Fur Will be the Latest Way to Get That Sexy, Sultry Look
Super long and heavy eyelashes?
I still wistfully recall enough time I had those incredible eyelash extensions. Taking into consideration the cost, that isn’t something I could maintain. So in my own quest for long lashes, I got my seek out false eyelashes out of the beauty aisle and went into woods. Hair. Fur. Fur. How about minks? Here, minky minkys. Flowing hair is so smooth and luxurious I wish to make eyelashes out of you. Here, minky minkys.
No minks were harmed for this post. I. Could. Never. I cannot hunt in heels. That’s just absurd. I did, however, try Minky Lashes created from real mink hair.
If you managed to get this far into the post without freaking out many thanks! You will be very happy to know that very seriously no minks were harmed for this post of to make these lashes. Aura says that the hair is “accumulated and recycled through the dropping conditions of the mink creature thus causing no injury to these beautiful animals.” They are very lovable. Like little ferrets with adorable little ears and tiny little eyes. Look! A mink! Check out those little bow lower limbs! Adorable!
When I stare as of this little furry person I’m thinking thank heavens humans don’t grow scalp that’s as soft as a mink. If so, no person would shave anywhere ever before. And there would be heavy petting in public on a regular basis. My gosh! I just want to family pet Mr. Minky here. Wearing him on my eyelashes is just a little unusual, maybe. But so is slathering chemicals all over ourselves and the majority of us did that for years thinking that most creams, shampoos, or mascaras weren’t filled up with toxins. Thankfully, we’ve wised up. More often than not. We try, right?
Still, I really like trying things in the name of cosmetics. So here I am wearing mink. It’s natural. Glued into place with natural glue I possibly could find. Mink lashes on the kept. Just my mascara on the right.
On hello dramatic attention! Also in case you were wondering, the little mink furs collected are sterilized first and are hypo-allergenic. How exactly to apply fraudulent eyelashes is fairly simple: Slightly glue, sort of continuous hand, and fortitude to get them to fit above your natural lashes but on the lash range. I needed to first lean them to match my eyes. You can re-use your mink lashes around 25 times and they are so very soft. As soft as a mink, of course. And so far as bogus eyelashes go, quite comfortable as well.
What do you consider of mink lashes?