When you're choosing a name for a false eyelash company, you might not go with a name that reminds you of an eye infection or an animal that generally smells a bit cheesy, but that's precisely what the founder, makeup artist and businesswoman, Maha Morley-Kirk at Pinky Goat Lashes did when she created her business back in 2015.
In many parts of the world, the goat symbolises health, prosperity, fertility and good luck, so Maha used Pinky, the goat, as a reminder. Despite the strange name, Pinky Goat has quickly become a multi-award-winning professional lash brand with an incredible range of handmade, faux mink, vegan, reusable lashes.
Pinky Goats collections are designed to suit all eye shapes and occasions, with styles ranging from ultra-natural to total glam volume. So, let's take a closer look at Pinky Goat Lashes and find out if they really live up to the hype.
Are Pinky Goat Lashes Vegan?
Yes! All of Pinky Goats' faux lashes are 100% vegan, so you can be sure that no animals have been harmed in producing their products.
It can be challenging to equate veganism with natural mink lashes, but more often than not, they are only called 'mink' because the texture is as soft as the animal hair. So yes, mink lashes are vegan, cruelty-free, and have nothing to do with actual mink animals.
If false lashes are made of real mink hair, they are not vegan; this would also be true if Pinky Goat used animal products to manufacture the lashes. Pinky Goat is always clear about their products' credentials and prints these details on the packaging.
Are Pinky Goat False Lashes Cruelty-Free?
Yes, Pinky Goat Lashes are cruelty-free. The lashes are made from synthetic materials that look and feel like mink or are made from natural mink animal hair (The Mink Collection) harvested from the animals by bushing them or saving the hair when they naturally shed.
The company goes a step further and ensures that none of its supplier's tests on animals and that the company never tests on animals. As a result, Pinky Goat Lashes has been awarded PETA-approved and Leaping Bunny cruelty-free certifications.
At FalseEyelashes, we stock faux mink and silk lashes. Silk lashes are not vegan or cruelty-free — silk is a product of silkworms, which is produced naturally, but it's the process of extracting the worm from the silk that is considered cruel.
Are Pinky Goat Lashes Reusable?
Yes! All Pinky Goat lashes are reusable up to 15 times (or more, depending on how well you look after them). The company recommends you follow their three-step lash care plan to ensure your lashes stay in excellent condition for as long as possible.
First, use a cotton bud and some gentle oil-free makeup remover to carefully remove any mascara or eyeliner residue from the lash band, ensuring no product accumulates at the base of the lashes. Next, lightly comb through each lash with an eyelash brush or a clean mascara wand and lastly, place your lashes back in their original packaging to keep them safe and dry between wears.
Which Celebrities Love Pink Goat Lashes?
Pinky Goat False Lashes are popular with many famous people, including Rita Ora, Sarah Hyland, Rabia Zayyat, Hailey Beiber, Rawan Bin Hussain and many more. These celebrities often post images wearing Pinky Goat Lashes on their social media channels, showing how easy they are to apply and how great they look.
How To Apply Pink Goat Lashes — A Step-By-Step Guide
Choose some Pinky Goat lashes from our collection, such as the Glam Collection Lashes Arwa or Glam Collection Lashes Noura.
- Start by trimming the lashes to fit your eye shape and look — hold them up against your lash line to check before you start cutting.
- Put a thin line of adhesive along the eyelash band and wait for it to become tacky — this should take no longer than 30 seconds.
- Gently press the lashes onto your lash line, starting from the centre of your eye and working outwards.
- Secure them with tweezers if you need extra help, then look in the mirror to ensure they are correctly applied and look great.
- To finish off, apply a coat of mascara to blend the natural eyelashes and the false lashes together — this will help them look more natural and last longer.
Does Pinky Goat Make Other Products?
Yes, Pinky Goat makes a lash applicator; the applicator is gold-plated and has a slanted head for precision and easy application. Pinky Goat also makes lash adhesive. The lash adhesive is called 'Glue Me' and comes in black and white/clear lash glue. The adhesive applicator is designed to ensure you can easily and quickly apply your lashes; it's easy to use and makes applying false lashes a breeze.
Why Should You Choose Pinky Goat Over Other Brands?
At FalseEyelashes, we believe that Pinky Goat False lashes are the best on the market. The company is committed to creating quality products that look and feel great while remaining cruelty-free and reusable.
The inclusive range of styles available means you can choose a pair of lashes to suit any look you want — from short and subtle to dramatic and bold. The lash adhesive is also of fantastic quality; it's easy to use and long-lasting, and the applicator ensures precision application.
Plus, Pinky Goat's Rose lashes also won an accolade in The Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards 2018. If Cosmo loves these lashes, you know they must be good!
Overall, Pinky Goat lashes are a fantastic choice for anyone looking for vegan, cruelty-free, reusable, high-quality false eyelashes. So, if you're looking for a stunning pair of false eyelashes, why not try Pinky Goat? You won't be disappointed.