What are the Different Types of Eyelash Extensions?


How much do you know about eyelash extensions? These simple yet fascinating beauty accessories can transform your look in many ways, according to RealSimple. To get the best results when choosing eyelash extensions, you need to know the different types available (see different types here). With this information, you can tell which eyelash extensions are most suitable for your look.

In this post, I will be writing about the different types of eyelash extensions to help you decide what to use for different occasions.

Generally, you will have two choices with eyelash extensions, according to http://www.rmlashandbeauty.com/. You can either use the mink eyelash extensions or synthetic designs. Both products are beautiful and can transform your look. However, the best effects can be obtained when you match them properly with your other fashion choices.

Let’s have a look at your options regarding eyelash extensions…

Mink Eyelash Extensions

If you want to look dazzling with eyelash extensions made from real hair, mink eyelash extensions will be a good choice. These products stand out because they look real.

Mink eyelash extensions are thin and lightweight. This means that they are easy to use them without experiencing any discomfort.

Mink eyelash extensions are significantly more expensive than many other types of eyelash extensions. In my view, they are absolutely worth the price.

Faux Mink Eyelash Extensions

These eyelash extensions are slightly different from Mink eyelash extensions. They are also thin and very comfortable. The faux mink eyelash extensions are synthetic. However, it is so difficult to tell because they are thin and look like real hair.

Many people choose to use the faux mink eyelash extensions because they are cheaper than the Mink eyelash extensions, but have similar features.

Silk Eyelash Extensions

Silk eyelash extensions are perfect for people who need eyelash extensions that are slightly fuller than mink versions. The silk eyelash extensions are thinner at the ends, and it lowers the chances of experiencing discomfort while wearing this type of eyelash extension.

Silk eyelash extensions have a natural look. They are also easy to use and maintain. Silk eyelash extensions will not lose their form if they get wet, so you can bathe or swim with them without worrying about how you look.

Sable Eyelash Extensions

Sable eyelash extensions are perfect for people who have thin natural eyelashes, says Today. Sable eyelash extensions are made from sable fur. They are relatively expensive, but I think it is worth it because they can be worn without irritation and they are quite light.

These eyelash extensions are great for people who do not like very full eyelashes extensions. Sable eyelash extensions are also durable and easy to manage.

Synthetic Eyelash Extensions

These are the most readily available eyelash extensions. They are affordable and durable, but some people find discomfort when they wear synthetic eyelash extensions.

The best thing about eyelash extensions is that you can use any of the types available to achieve a great look. It is also possible to learn and fix your eyelash extensions by taking an eyelash extensions course in Sydney (see here), or simply book an appointment in your local salon to have them fixed for you.

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