If you love your mink eyelashes, then we don't want to cause any alarm. However, we'd like to remind you that these lashes are real mink fur. They have cuticle layers and just like your own hair, they do need to be conditioned and treated with care. For example, swimming in a chlorinated pool will cause the cuticle layer of the hair to swell up and the eyelash hairs will begin to mat together. So while it might seem tempting to wear mink lashes while doing laps at the gym or relaxing by the pool on a hot summer day—DON'T DO IT!
We don't recommend wearing your mink eyelashes in the pool or to the gym.
Mink lashes are real mink fur, and as such, they have three layers of hair that need to be treated with care. The outermost layer is the cuticle layer which can become damaged easily by water or rubbing against other mink lashes. The innermost core is called the medulla, and this core is where the pigment is located in real mink fur. If you swim with a lot of chlorine in your pool or wear your mink eyelashes while working out at the gym, these areas will swell up when exposed to moisture. This swelling can cause your individual hairs to mat together which could lead to irritation on your lids or cause them to fall out more quickly than normal!
We recommend using caution when wearing your mink lashes during activities like swimming and exercising at a gym spa center because it's not recommended by lash experts like ourselves at Eyeslish. We suggest only wearing makeup if you're going somewhere outside where there isn't much liquid exposure involved (like running errands). You don't want any damage happening because then you'd have wasted time putting on mascara every morning before going about your daily routine.
After all, mink eyelashes are real mink fur. They have cuticle layers and just like your own hair, they do need to be conditioned and treated with care.
Mink eyelashes are real mink fur, so they have just like your own hair. They do need to be treated with care. After all, the lashes can be subject to damage when swimming and may not last as long as they otherwise would if you swim while wearing them.
If you plan on wearing mink eyelashes while swimming, it's important that you wash them after every use in order to maintain their appearance and health. Mink lashes are also susceptible to damage from chlorine in pools, so it's recommended that you don't wear them around public swimming pools or spas where there is a lot of chlorine present (like at an indoor pool).
Finally, keep in mind that mink eyelashes can only be worn for short periods of time when swimming because water will ruin them faster than if you were simply out in the rain or humidity outside!
For example, swimming in a chlorinated pool will cause the cuticle layer of the hair to swell up and the eyelash hairs will begin to mat together.
When swimming or working out, mink eyelashes can be damaged by the chemicals in the pool. For example, swimming in a chlorinated pool will cause the cuticle layer of the hair to swell up and the eyelash hairs will begin to mat together. This can also happen if you wear your mink eyelashes for too long and sweat builds up on your face.
In addition to damaging your eyelashes, this can cause damage to your eyes. The chemicals from the pool can get into your eyes and irritate them if they are not properly cleaned before you go swimming or working out.
Mink lashes should not be worn when swimming or in the gym
Mink lashes are real mink fur, so it is important to treat them with care. Swimming or working out in a chlorinated pool can cause the cuticle layer of your eyelashes to swell up and subsequently mat together, resulting in a less pronounced effect and needing more maintenance.
The cuticle layer protects your hair from damage by keeping the moisture in. Once the cuticle is damaged or removed due to excessive heat exposure, friction (like rubbing against a towel when drying off), chemical treatment such as bleaching, perming or coloring, and other environmental factors like sun exposure, your lashes will start looking dull.
How to take care of mink lashes
After every use, it is important to clean your mink lashes. Use a mild shampoo and conditioner to clean them. Wash them in lukewarm water and make sure you remove all excess water with a dry towel. After they are completely dry, use a hair dryer on high heat until they are completely dry. This will make sure the hairs don't get tangled or damaged while they're drying out of the package and keep them looking shiny and beautiful!
Finally, apply one drop of serum onto each individual lash of your mink lashes every night before bedtime so that they don't lose their natural shine over time due to wear-and-tear caused by everyday activities like swimming!
In conclusion, we advise you to avoid swimming with mink eyelashes. While they are made from real hair and can hold up in the water, they're not designed for this type of activity. The chlorine will cause damage to the cuticle layer of your lashes and make them look dull and dry over time. If you'd like to go swimming with your new set then make sure that you rinse them off after each use so that no chlorine build up occurs!