7 of The Best Lash Extension Services in Hong Kong

6 June, 2018
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7 of The Best Lash Extension Services in Hong Kong

Looking get your lashes done? These Hong Kong salons offer everything from conventional eyelash extensions to more natural options

Thinking of getting eyelash extensions but worried that the process might ruin your natural ones? Well, the good news is, lash extension procedures have improved significantly over the years and the benefits are clear. Extensions accomplish what most mascaras could never achieve. And, let’s be real (pun intended), we all want to have voluminous lashes that’ll stay put in Hong Kong’s humidity. So put down the eyelash curler and dried mascara, and check out these Hong Kong Salon’s for your lash fix…

Read more: 8 of the Best Brow Services in Hong Kong

Featured Image via Getty, Image 1 via XtremeLashes , Image 2 via NovaLash, Image 3 via SuavisLash, Image 4 via Cerynne, Image 5 via aQuaeria, Image 6 via Plurecil


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Xtreme Lashes

Enter, The OG of lash extensions. Xtreme Lashes is the answer to longer, fuller, darker and more lifted lashes. Originating from the U.S. and founded by a nurse, each strand is created to mimic your natural eyelash, resulting in a gorgeous, natural appearance. Do take note that the process here takes slightly longer than other salons, so expect to spend at least 2-3 hours for this treatment.

How much: One full session costs HKD$1,388

Xtreme Lashes, 3/F, Vplus, 68-70 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 37088961, www.xtremelashes.com.hk

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Fast Beauty

Looking for something that’s actually meant to be good for your lashes? Fast Beauty’s G.E.L. Lashes brings us the new generation of keratin lash lifting treatments, creating longer and even thicker lashes for 4-8 weeks – without using false lashes. This bespoke lash enchanter works to instantly lift and volumise natural eyelashes, from root to tip. The vitamins, keratin and pigments are hypoallergenic, avoiding the use of harsh chemicals. A member of Team Sassy had the chance to try it herself, and swears that this gentle procedure gets results quick. The treatment combines a 5 step procedure, finishing with a nourishing keratin essence, helping to coat the lashes with strengthening vitamins. This customised treatment offers a long-lasting, damage-free and low maintenance glamorous look.

Fast Beauty, 83A Hollywood Road, Central, 2517 0939, www.fastbeautyspa.com  

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Looking for a bold Beyoncé-look? Jump on the celeb-approved NovaLash bandwagon, and book yourself a session with these highly-trained lash experts right here in Hong Kong. With oil-proof adhesive, these lashes claim to have twice the wear time of other leading brands. Oil-based makeup remover, sweating it out in the gym, swimming in the pool? They’re set to stay put. With over 20 luxurious private rooms at the NovaLash Studio, you don’t have to worry about getting a booking last minute.

How much: Upper lash set costs HKD$1,860, HKD$970 for touch-ups.

NovaLash, 10/F, 1 Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 25360998, www.novalash.hk

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Suavis Lash

What sets Suavis Lash apart from other lash extension salons is its 3D Russian treatment, where three single, ultra-lightweight lashes are adhered to each natural lash, adding length and volume without the heaviness. Expect natural, fuller-looking lashes without gaps. Choose from four styles: Natural, Cute, Sexy or Glamorous. The appropriately titled “Sexy”, caught our eye, where lashes are longer on the outer corner to achieve an elegant, yet seductive cat-eye look.

How much: Japanese technique extensions start at HKD$800, 3D Russian volume extensions start at HKD$1,600

Suavis Lash, 8/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 23366328, www.suavislash.com/en

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Eyelash extensions aren’t the cheapest beauty treatment out there, but Cerynne has made it affordable for ladies who want more bang for their beauty buck. Prices start at HKD$580 for 80 upper lashes, and clients can also get a treatment upgrade to the 0.12mm ultra-fine lashes – perfect for those who want a natural ‘no eye-makeup’ look. Despite being located smack in the middle of Central, the spa-like feel is calming and welcoming. The lash technicians are knowledgeable about all the products and materials, which are specially imported from Japan.

How much: Prices start at HKD$580 for 80 upper lashes

Cerynne, 10/F, 60 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 23366697, www.cerynne.com.hk

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Fuss-free and efficient service is what you’ll get at aQuaeria, a charming and airy Japanese nail and lash salon. The team is led by a Japanese certified instructor, who ensures that the team is constantly updated with the latest lash extension techniques from Japan. With over 50 different styles to choose from for upper and lower lashes, you will be spoilt for choice. Take your pick between a regular technician or a senior technician to work on your lashes at different price points. The salon has also received an award from the Japanese Lash Association for its precision, efficiency and quality, so you know you are in good hands.

How much: Prices start at HKD$780 for 100 upper lashes; HKD$1200 for volume lash extensions.

aQuaeria, 1/F, Tung Yiu Commercial Building, 31A Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 25269313, www.aquaeria.asia

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Plurecil in Tsim Sha Tsui is a quick, clean and convenient salon with comprehensive lash styles on offer. It offers everything from basic treatments to daring bling options (featuring mini rhinestones). We love that you can choose lash colors to match your hair, from the standard browns to unique colours like electric blue. The friendly staff are also bilingual – so you can avoid any miscommunications here!

How much: Prices start at HKD$800 for 80 upper lashes; HKD$80 per rhinestone.

Plurecil, Suite 1012, World Commerce Centre, Harbour City, Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 21164992, www.plurecil.com.hk

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