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Why Pinc Blink

Why Are Pinc Blink Lashes Created?
Our Pinc Squad truly understand that battling cancer has a devastating impact on a person's body physically, but it equally impacts a person emotionally.  Navigating through the treatment process is tasking and exhausting, but with the right support, resources and self-care, it can alleviate the pressure and help tremendously.
We often see that cancer patients lose their hair, eyebrows and eyelashes during or after the treatment process and this can mentally handicap our warriors.
No one is prepared to lose their hair and when they do start falling out, it can be emotionally harrowing.  Losing your hair, brows and lashes may have equivalency to losing your self identity and confidence that may result in depression or anxiety.
We also sometimes forget that eyelashes are barriers to catch and protect our eyes from airborne debris, dirt or lint from reaching our eye tissue.
These are the exact reasons why Pinc Blink lashes were created!  We hope that by wearing Pinc, our lashnistas can remain physically and emotionally happy and regain confidence immediately as they await for their natural lashes to grow back and they can continue to stay and look beautiful while getting the needed protection of their eyes. 
How Are Pinc Lashes Made With Cancer Warriors in Mind?
Nothing can replace the beauty of a person's natural lashes, but the eyelash growth process is a waiting game and varies person to person.  Generally, your lashes may start growing back in about 3-6 months after chemo or radiation treatment, but for some it can take up to a year for full growth.
Although traditional strip lashes (lashes that requires lash adhesive during application) maybe an option for cancer patients, they may not be a popular or first choice for a few reasons:
  • Glue on lashes may require some effort, practice and technique when applying
  • Adhesives may cause eye irritability and some patients may have an allergic reaction to the adhesive
  • Chemotherapy or radiation treatments may cause dryness and sensitivity to the eyes.  Natural tearing in the eyes may increase to help with the dryness and as a result of the tearing, the lash adhesive may be affected when the lashes are applied
Because of the reasons indicated above, Pinc Blink lashes are created and designed to improve the usability for our cancer warriors for immediate results. 
    Here are some distinct features of why our lashnistas chose Pinc:
    • Our lashes are created with micro magnets (12 magnets on each lash band for the ultimate hold), no adhesives are required when applying
    • Our lashes are vegan and cruelty-free and made with high quality synthetic fibers
    • The lash application process is easy! Just line, lash and befabulash!  
    • The lash removal process is also quick and simple - just peel gently and voila, you are done!
    • Understanding that our lashnistas have no natural lashes to act as a "support ledge" to hold up the set of Pinc lashes when applied, we designed our lashes with extremely lightweight synthetic fibers which are weaved to a sturdy cotton lash band with 12 strong hold micro magnets on each band so the lashes stay up and hold in place for an all day wear - no drooping!
    • The micro magnets are well magnetized to our stronghold magnetic eyeliner + lashbond for the ultimate hold

    Are Pinc Lashes Safe For Cancer Patients?

    Our lashes are lightweight and comfortable to wear.  Each set of lashes are made with high-quality synthetic fibers with no harmful chemicals and do not require lash adhesives when applying so it should not irritate your eyes.

    We designed our lashes with 12 micro magnets for very strong hold and easy application and removal.

    Our lashes and magnetic liners are generally safe to wear, but we recommend that you speak with your healthcare professionals if you have any concerns or questions about wearing magnetic falsies or is generally allergic to makeup products.

    Please review our disclaimer for further information relating to this topic.