Why mink eyelashes can never be "ethical"


Mink eyelashes are coveted because of their natural luster, lightness and flexibility. In order to obtain long and full eyelashes with a "natural" appearance like feathers, many consumers unknowingly (or unwilling) use animal fur as eyelashes. These include mink, chinchillas, rabbits, foxes, and raccoons. Among the two types of mink in America and Europe, the latter is listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

I want to believe like everyone else that the cute mink will fall like human hair, trimmed, and everything that falls on the ground will be washed, and then used to create our illusion. In other words, there is some kind of mink spa that can massage animals, shampoo, brush their teeth, and then turn the shed hair into our eyelashes. But that is not the case.


In order to obtain the fur, the manufacturer vigorously suppresses the mink to make it fall off. The fact is that millions of animals are kept in narrow and cramped wire cages under unhygienic and unhygienic conditions before they shave their fur. When animals are considered to be no longer making money, they suffer great fear, stress, torture, disease and inhumane slaughter. A good product absolutely does not need to contribute to the suffering and death of animals in order to achieve a certain appearance. Now our technology can fully replicate the light and delicate animal version. The appearance of plastic fibers is more natural than before.


We are loyal supporters of vegan false eyelashes, DYSILK has been making vegan false eyelashes series! We have released a variety of artificial mink silk eyelashes series, including natural, plump and other eyelash styles! All DYSILKl eyelashes are 100% animal-free, so you can choose from different styles without worrying that animals will be harmed by their barbaric behavior!




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