Mink eyelashes are the most expensive and luxurious look for all the false eyelashes. Although available as eyelash extensions, they are usually found as strip lashes and are applied as when necessary.
False eyelashes have been around since 1916 when D. W. Griffith had a wig maker wove human hair through gauze and then glued to the eyeliner actress Seena Owen in the film Intolerance.
No one took much notice until the 60s, when they come back into fashion and then are made from synthetic materials. Mink individual eyelashes are newer and are favored by celebrities who do not always want to permanent implants.
Mink eyelashes are made of feather hair feather selected were simply brushed from live mink by hand. They do not apply chemicals or dyes and thereby maintain their rich velvety appearance. Their performance is why so many of the A-list celebrities wearing them.
To care for your fur eyelashes, consider them like a fur coat! Do not sleep in them or bring them into contact with water. Remove them carefully and then keep well when you do not need them and they will take up to 25 applications.
You can also get individual lashes for eyelash extensions if you choose this option, but of course, you will need to have it professionally applied.
Be careful when looking for feather eyelashes. Look for eyelashes with a high line quality that is guaranteed 100% natural bristle feathers and you will not be disappointed with your choice.