Premium synthetic lashes are more hard-wearing than mink ones, perfect if you'll be wearing them throughout the day. Premium synthetic don't change shape because of time and they can withstand more taking care of than mink all in all. They're more averse to fall off the band when you're expelling them or clearing off the adhesive for instance, so you can anticipate that your silk lashes will last any longer.
If you have any kind of animal allergy, the animal fur choices are probably not going to be right for you. Wearing lashes made of animal fur can cause an uncomfortable allergic reaction. For those with ethical concerns about the treatment of minks, silk materials are probably a better option.
Silk comes from cocoons rather than the silkworm itself, and is well-known for being hypoallergenic – many people with sensitive skin choose to wear silk clothing for exactly that reason.
It’s raining, no umbrella, no fear, silk eyelashes hit the water, it will keep the original shape. Mink is more fragile and, unlike silk, they can't get wet by any stretch of the imagination. Forget your umbrella and get captured in a downpour with your premium synthetic lashes on, and premium synthtic will hold its shape much better.
Premium synthetic lashes can be reused multiple wears with proper care. When you want to pick them up, you always dab some makeup remover and run it along the lash band until the glue dissolves, then continue to remove any remnants of the glue to keep them going strong.