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Where to get eyelash extensions in NYC

You can ditch your mascara for good by getting a beautiful set of eyelash extensions from these beauty bars in NYC

By Jennifer Picht

If there’s one thing New York women always find time for during their workweek and weekend hustle (apart from brunch—obviously) it’s pampering. You can get your mane perfectly coiffed at the best blow dry bars and your arches “on fleek” at brow bars in the city, so it’s no surprise that you can add volume to your lashes by getting eyelash extensions too. There are several studios and spas in Gotham where you can get long, thick and beautiful lashes without breaking the bank. Here are the spots we recommend for adding some more fringe for your lids.

Where to get eyelash extensions in NYC

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1. Envious Lashes

Health and beauty Midtown

Clementina Richardson’s luxury eyelash studio is appropriately named. Why? Because the second your friends see your perfectly long, voluminous lashes, they’ll turn green with envy. The lash guru’s two locations (Manhattan and Long Island) give the impression of elegance and serenity with blue walls and comfy white beds that are so soft, you’ll probably fall asleep while Richardson uses her pin-point precision to give your eyes natural-looking fringe. Your lashes (choice of synthetic, silk and mink) are completely tailored to your specifications and eye shape, and prices start at $140 for 60 individual strands. As if you needed more reason to book an appointment A.S.A.P., her services have been blessed by big-name A-listers such as Mary J. Blige and Naomi Campbell.

2. EyeLoveLash

Health and beauty Beauty salons Midtown West

Long, thick lashes are claimed to be the secret to big, beautiful eyes. But what happens if you were gifted with short-ass lashes? The answer is eyelash extensions—yes, extensions! EyeLoveLash offers high-quality mink and silk lashes minus the strong, hard glue that can irritate your eyes to hell. Each new set is $110 to $130 (80 pieces per eye) and can last up to three weeks. You’ll never fret over curling or applying mascara ever again.

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3. Joli Beauty Bar

Health and beauty Makeup studios East Village

Joli Beauty Bar is unlike any other walk-in beauty bar of it’s kind: You can get your face painted, your mane snipped and coiffed, plus your eyebrows arched to perfection without ever leaving the premises. You can also get your lashes lengthened for a decent price compared to its competitors ($99, $50 for refills). Looking to add a little volume to your lashes for a special occasion? Pop into the salon for some temporary silk falsies ($15). (We’ve tried them, and they can last up to three days!)

4. Blink Brow Bar

Health and beauty Spas Midtown East

Not everyone is born with thick eye-drapery, so experts from Blink Brow Bar can help. Saks Fifth Avenue’s fifth-floor addition features the U.K. brand’s hugely popular brow treatments as well as every lash treatment you can imagine. A typical set ($120) is expected to last two weeks, and you can even get them tinted for an additional $25 to guarantee your lashes look as natural and flawless as possible. FYI: All lash and tint treatments require a patch test at least 24-hours prior to your appointment.

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5. Lash Forever Eyelash Extensions

Health and beauty Beauty salons Midtown East

You’ll be giving swoon-worthy butterfly kisses in no time thanks to this squeaky-clean Midtown East lash joint. Prices start at $140 for 80 lashes, $175 for 100 strands and $210 for a full set (120 lashes per eye). The extensions can last up to one month using the proper care methods. Bonus: New clients get 50 percent off their first set and receive a complimentary mink upgrade.

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6. Extend Eyelash Extensions

Health and beauty Beauty salons Midtown West

This Midtown, Korean lash studio is beloved for many reasons, but its budget-friendly prices are reason enough to book an appointment (140 mink synthetic lashes cost $100 and only $50 for a two-week retouch). The spot’s relaxing atmosphere, cleanliness and polite and accommodating staff only adds to the draw.

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Eyelashes by Jessica
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7. Eyelashes by Jessica

Jessica Lasisch is a bit of a lash wizard. The Austrian-born nutrition and beauty artist has mastered the art of supernatural eyelash extensions since before the trend was cool. The European brand she uses—LuxusLashes—are high-quality extensions, which she applies to your lids using a non-irritable adhesive that won’t damage your natural lashes. Best of all, she’ll come to you! Book an at-home appointment for a natural-look, which will run you $200 or go full-on glam for $300. Touch-ups are $100 to $150. (971-536-0901,

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