Top 100 Mink Lash Name Ideas 2021 Updated

Exquisite mink eyelashes deserve a unique name that distinguishes them from the masses. Your product can be A++, but if it doesn’t have a moniker that attracts attention, it runs the risk of getting lost in the shuffle. Do not let this happen to you.

In addition to spotlighting your distinct lashes, when it comes to mink lash names, a solid one serves a variety of purposes. Not only does it easily identify your special product, but it also builds brand loyalty and sticks in the mind of the consumer.

How to name your mink lashes

When determining lash names, think about what makes for a memorable name in any product category. Let’s take a look at the shortlist:

  • Consider your consumer
  • Make it memorable
  • Humor is good
  • Alliteration
  • Clarity
  • Timeless
  • Watch your copyright

First and foremost, it is imperative to identify your target audience. For the purposes of this example, we’re going to cater eyelashes to a millennial woman. More specifically, the mink lash names must resonate. Make sure the names speak to her. Think about what pop culture references stand out in her mind– but be careful not to be so trendy as to be obsolete in a few years.

It’s fantastic to be funny! Too Faced’s “Better Than Sex” mascara drew me in by eliciting a laugh– and kept me with the quality of the product. Now, it is the only mascara I buy and I am a loyal consumer.

Alliteration is another tool to really make a name pop. Take, for example, PayPal. That double ‘P’ sound pops. Wouldn’t you rather work with PayPal instead of PayBuddy?

Be sure to make the name clear. If your potential customers are scratching their heads wondering why their product has a certain name, it’s too confusing. Keep it simple in terms of pronunciation and spelling.

Finally, make sure there is no copyright infringement or trademark issues. In some categories, there is bound to be redundancy. “Warm Auburn Hair Dye” isn’t exactly unique. However, “[Your Name]’s Ravishing Red” is. LegalZoom can help you obtain copyright. A Google search can assist in determining whether or not something has already been claimed.

Types of mink lash names

Generally speaking, there are three types of names:

  • Descriptive Names
  • Suggestive Names
  • Abstract Names

Descriptive Names

These names are straightforward and to-the-point. When you read a label that says “Volumizing, Root-Lifting Hair Spray,” you know exactly what to expect. These can be very effective in describing what makes your product unique in a sea of lookalikes. Believe it or not, it is entirely possible to be creative and clever with a descriptive name. MADD [Mothers Against Drunk Driving] comes to mind. The acronym tells you precisely what their organization does– and drunk driving is very much a cause that warrants anger.

Suggestive Names

Frequently cited examples in this category are Microsoft Office and the travel website/app, Kayak. Microsoft Office is not actually an office building. Instead, it is a collection of services designed to help you do business more efficiently– in essence, it’s a type of portable office that makes life easier. Similarly, Kayak is not a sleek boat but duly named to evoke thoughts of travel and adventure. These suggestive names allow consumers to connect-the-dots.

Abstract Names

One word: Google. What on earth is ‘a Google?!’ Sure, it’s become synonymous with internet search engines [everybody knows exactly what you mean when you say “Google it” even if you use Yahoo, Bing, etc.] but the actual word does not exist outside of the context in which it has been defined via Silicon Valley. The same goes for Kleenex. “Grab a Kleenex” is the universal code for obtaining a tissue. Both of these are extremely effective examples as they have been written into our collective verbal dictionary, if not the physical one.

Now that we’ve done a deep-dive into names, let’s put them into play.

Here’s a roundup of 100 of the catchiest mink lash names:

1) Little Black Lash

2) Fringed

3) Unfringed

4) Black Magic

5) Seduction

6) Starlet

7) Vixen

8) Enchante

9) Tilt-a-Whirl

10) Buxom

11) Doe-Eyed

12) Deer-in-Headlights

13) Gossip Girl

14) Park Avenue

15) Casino Royale

16) Goldfinger

17) 007

18) High Roller

19) Paris

20) City of Lights

21) Bombshell

22) Supernova

23) Scarlett O’Hara

24) Baby Black

25) Big Boi Black

26) Singapore

27) Hong Kong

28) Havana

29) Palm Springs

30) Paris Hilton

31) K-Pop

32) Seoul Searching

33) Private Jet

34) Champagne & Caviar

35) Luxe Live Love

36) Magnificent Mime

37) Crete

38) Meteor

39) Dubai

40) Hotlanta

41) Amazing ATL

42) Georgia Peach

43) Memphis Moonlight

44) Nashvegas

45) Windy City

46) Think I’ll Go To Boston

47) Golden Gate

48) Brooklyn Bridge

49) Havana

50) Cabana

51) Cristal

52) Bottles Poppin’

53) MVP

54) Back-to-black

55) Try Me

56) Can’t Touch This

57) #Miley

58) #Demi

59) #DGAF

60) Call Me When I care

61) Genie in a Bottle

62) Britney Spears

63) Pretty Platinum

64) P-Control

65) Who Run It?

66) Black Reign

67) Wanna Play?

68) Very Voyeur

69) Roll Out

70) The Red Carpet

71) Brigitte Bardot

72) Take Me To Church

73) Curvaceous Curls

74) Magnificent Molding

75) Bali Blazi

76) Bondi Beach

77) Madagascar Mink Maven

78) Brazlian Beauty

79) Beyond Bora Bora

80) Fantastic Fiji

81) Greta Garbo

82) Goldfinger

83) Princess Leia

84) 24K

85) Take the Plunge

86) Luscious Lagos

87) Lashestiny

88) Como Cosmopolitan

89) Lash Zinfindel

90) Lasho Calrissian

91) Anakin Lashwalker

92) The Wealth of Lashes

93) The Lash Manifesto

94) Harry Lasher

95) Church of Lash

96) Lashfinder

97) Dungeons and Lashes

98) The Rising Lashes

99) Butterfly Lashes

100) L is for Lashes

It is your time

Now that we’ve established your eyelash brand and have catching names in hand for your lashes, what’s stopping you from launching your entire product line? Feel free to use this list for inspiration or create your own!

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