If you’re starting out in the eyelash extension industry, you’re for sure having a handful of questions. Also, probably learning new words, terms and jargon about eyelash extensions. You’re getting more familiar with products specially designed for eyelash extensions such as which glue to use, which tweezers work best for volumes or classic eyelash extensions, and which of the types of eyelash extensions are suitable for you and your clients.
In this blog, we’d like to dive down to a specific area from that deep pool of topics about eyelash extensions. We'll explore more about the types of lashes, and focus on Cashmere eyelash extensions.
But first, what are eyelash extensions?
Eyelash extensions are synthetic fibers that are semi-permanently hand-glued on the natural lashes. This is done to make the lashes look fuller, longer, and darker without the need to apply mascara daily. Eyelash extensions are semi permanent due to the fact that they are not permanent yet they last a longer retention period of weeks or months compared to mascara which usually last a day.
Eyelash extensions may be placed individually per natural lash, we call this 1:1 or a classic eyelash extensions set. It may also be placed as a fan consisting of 2 or more individual lashes joined together, we call this 2:1 up to 16:1 or volume to mega volume eyelash extensions set.
What are the types of eyelash extensions?
As to how there is a variety to almost everything, so it is with eyelash extensions. There are a couple of types of eyelash extensions and the most commonly known are mink eyelash extensions, faux mink eyelash extensions, silk eyelash extensions, and finally cashmere eyelash extensions.
Mink eyelash extensions are made from mink hair which allows a natural lash look. However, mink lashes extensions need to be permed to get that desired curl since they don’t have a natural curl. They can be great for your older clients or clients wanting to achieve a natural look. The drawback from this is not only is it far more expensive but that real mink eyelash extensions are taken from a mink’s tail, usually from a Siberian Mink or a Chinese Mink, harvesting mink eyelash extensions results in animal abuse, or worse, animal death. We wouldn’t want to encourage such cruelty on animals just to achieve beauty, wouldn’t we? So a lot of organizations and movements such as PETA discourages to offer mink eyelash extensions set on eyelash extensions services.
Faux mink eyelash extensions are eyelash extensions which are designed to mimic the real mink eyelash extensions. This has been developed, thanks to the advances in technology and manufacturing in the eyelash extensions industry, to use as a cruelty-free substitute for real mink eyelash extensions. Faux mink don’t lose their curls and are low maintenance, keeping that satisfying natural look for your clients. It’s also lightweight and thinner yet slightly bolder than real mink and silk eyelash extensions. This is currently the most popular lash extension used by artists today and is great for volume fans.
Silk eyelash extensions are the mid-weight type of eyelash extensions, and unlike mink eyelash extensions it’s not coming from any animal or insect. Silk lashes are just called as such but are not really from wild silk or silkworm pupae. Because silk eyelash extensions are mid-weight, they’re slightly heavier for most natural lashes, but they have more porous and tend to hold longer retention, which clients would love. They are more-so used for occasional wear rather than everyday look.
Finally, last but not least, Cashmere eyelash extensions. What are Cashmere eyelash extensions, you may ask? Cashmere eyelash extensions are also synthetic eyelash extensions with a different shape for its base. Unlike the usual and normal eyelash extensions that have a round base, cashmere eyelash extensions have a flat base, this is why other terms coined for them are flat eyelash extensions, and/or ellipse eyelash extensions. Due to their flat concave shape cashmere eyelash extensions would tend to hug the natural lash from side to side resulting in having a stronger grip and longer retention. Their shape also creates that thicker and darker dramatic look on the lash line without adding additional weight to it. Cashmere eyelash extensions are commonly used for classic sets, they are not intended for full volume sets but may be an addition to volume lash sets.
With the variety of eyelash extensions available, Forabeli Beauty currently focused on one and made its way to further improve that type of eyelash extension.
Introducing Forabeli Cashmere Eyelash Extensions
Similar to the normal shape of other Cashmere eyelash extensions the only difference with Forabeli Cashmere Eyelash Extension is that it’s made better, 75% lighter and 35% more durable!
To visualize how Forabeli Cashmere eyelash extensions are better, you may refer to the diagram below.
Not only that, Forabeli Cashmere lashes also have an additional Split Tip feature that adds up that volume effect
Now that you’re informed, and are looking for Cashmere eyelash extensions, Forabeli Cashmere eyelash extensions are the ones to choose.
Additional and Special Features:
- Matte deep black finish that makes a thicker look yet has light lifting.
- Wispy curl sets have split tips for a dramatic look and extra volume effect
- Flat for Easy Application and Tight Grip for Longer Retention.
- Soft, light and yet with a stable curl.
- Added curvature baking technology that makes the eyelash extensions last longer while having the flexibility resembling a natural lash.
- Maintains its fine quality
- 75% Lighter and 35% more durable than other average eyelash extensions
Curls, Thickness, and Length of Forabeli Cashmere Eyelash Extensions
- C curl
- CC curl
- D curl
With a very affordable price you can get this premium class eyelash extensions that can help you achieve that lash look you are looking for.
Easy to work with a really great quality!
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