FEATURES: It is made of 0.05 mm antibacterial brown and black marten fiber. The lashes are woven in the style of a camellia blossom with a 7/8/9/10/11 fan-shaped staggered arrangement. The 3D elongated lashes provide an enlarged eye type that is light and natural, offering a 3D blooming and fluffy effect. This is a very popular eyelash style.
LENGTH & CURL: 7-8-9-10-11 fan-shaped arrangement, B curl medium warping
EYELASH WIDTH: 26-27mm, inner and outer corners can be trimmed by 1-1.5mm
MATERIAL OF THE EYELASHES :
Korean imported PBT antibacterial ultra-soft 0.025 – 0.05mm mink velvet
Super light and soft with 0.025mm hair tip, weight 0.001oz (0.028g)
Water absorption of less than 0.9% and corrosion-resistant
TECHNOLOGY OF THE MAGNETIC INSERT:
Amorphous nano soft magnet insert can be 0.10 – 0.025mm thin
Even magnetism with segmented multi-polar permanent magnetization
UM high polymer coating is safe without leaving behind residue
1. WIRE DRAWING
The raw material is purchased in the form of a small ball. It's first sent to Japan (the most skilled in the wire drawing process worldwide) and then stretched out extremely thin to a 0.025mm diameter. These are well-proportioned prototype eyelashes with a stable shape.
The prototype eyelashes are then sent to South Korea (the most skilled in the polishing process worldwide) where they become MLEN eyelashes - well-proportioned in shape, naturally pointed, and the closest to native eyelashes. That's why our eyelashes look so natural like true hair.
After the tips of the eyelashes are polished down, they're sent to North Korea (the most skilled in the micro-weaving process worldwide). There, these eyelashes are then turned into a true piece of art, satisfying the requirements for complicated woven designs.
4. MAGNETIC PLACEMENT
Finally, the woven eyelashes are returned to our factories where the 0.1mm magnetic placement and micro-magnetic pole adaptation are completed. The product then undergoes 4 inspections before leaving our factory.
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