Can’t wait to ditch the curlers and mascara for good? Here’s where to get the best eyelash extensions in Hong Kong.
Looking to save time on your beauty routine? We have two words for you: eyelash extensions. Yes, it’s time to throw out the mascara and eyelash curlers for good thanks to this popular beauty treatment. Rest assured, eyelash extension procedures have improved significantly over the years, and Hong Kong is home to many skilled lash technicians ready to make your peepers pop, so you won’t ruin your natural ones in the process! So, what are you waiting for? Keep scrolling to discover our pick of salons offering the best eyelash extensions in Hong Kong.
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Fluttery lashes await at Lash Artist, the latest salon opening from I Beaute Club. Nestled within the vibrant Lan Kwai Fong area, the talented team has experience in an impressive range of lash extension techniques, including 1:1 Classic, 2D-9D Volume, Mega Volume and Hybrid (a mix of Classic and Volume), to name but a few. Lash Artist is best known for its 2D Volume extensions, which leaves you with gorgeous lashes that last up to eight weeks. Price-wise, a full set of unlimited lash extensions start at $1,100, otherwise it’s $688 for 120 single upper lash extensions (first-time customers only). The salon’s Keratin Lash Lifting+Tinting ($680) services come highly recommended too! We love that treatments are carried out in your own private room. As for quality, the salon prides itself on using premium products straight from Japan.
Enjoy a full set of lash extensions for just $688 (for first-time customers only).
Equipped with impressive views of the city, alongside a team of passionate and experienced therapists, award-winning lash and brow salon Lyla Lash specialises in both classic and volume lash extensions. The Signature Lyla Eyelash Design is a go-to for many of the salon’s loyal following; the service allows you to choose from an extensive selection of lash lengths, thickness and curl, ensuring you leave with the perfect eyelash design, tailored to your look and preferences. Alternatively, the salon’s Keratin Lash Lifting and Tinting treatments are great as a lower-maintenance alternative.
Enjoy 10% off your first eyelash extension trial using the discount code sassylashes.
If you’re still unsure about eyelash extensions, it’s worth considering PrincessBrows’ G.E.L. Lashes as an alternative. Perfect for those who want to enhance their eyelashes without having to commit to extensions, this keratin lash lift treatment works with what you have already, lengthening and lifting your natural lashes, whilst also nourishing and protecting them. The procedure includes an extra pigment infusion, which darkens your lash colour, making it look like you’re wearing mascara 24/7. The best part? Effects last for 6-8 weeks, and there’s no need to worry about top-ups in-between, or professional removal at the end – perfect for the low-maintenance among us! The treatment is priced at $950.
PrincessBrows (Central), Unit 1604-1605, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2799 0800
The PLACE Eyelash Salon
Looking to give your lashes a lift? You’ve found the right place. At the heart of this premium eyelash salon is Haruka Ishii, bringing sublime Japanese extension techniques to Hong Kong. After graduating the top-scorer at the Japan National Cosmetic School and then going on to becoming one of the most popular “eyelists” in Tokyo and Singapore, Haruka has trained an elite Hong Kong team that you can trust when it comes to giving your peepers some love. Offering everything from single lash extensions to eyelash perming and keratin eyelash lifting services, The PLACE uses only the highest quality products from Japan. You’ll be boastfully batting those lashes in no time!
Book via WhatsApp and use the code “sassytrytheplace” to enjoy 10% off your first trial.
The PLACE (Central), UG/F, 76 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 7073 5511
The PLACE (Admiralty), 12A, Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 7074 8234
The PLACE (Olympic), 55B, Tai Kok Tsui Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 5591 7997, email@example.com, theplaceeyelash.com, www.instagram.com/theplace.eyelash.hk
Fuss-free and efficient service is what you’ll get at aQuaeria, a charming and airy Japanese nail and eyelash salon. The team is led by an instructor who is certified by the Japan Lash Association and ensures her colleagues are constantly updated on the latest extension techniques. When it comes to the eyelash extensions themselves, there are more than 50 types of length, thickness and curl options to choose from. You’ll also be able to pick your level of technician to suit your price point. 100+ upper lash extensions start from $960, while volume lash extensions cost $1,200.
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Blanc Eyelash Salon
Blanc originated in Tokyo and now has a presence in Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and, of course, Hong Kong. Its prices are incredibly reasonable, with trials for new customers starting at just $599 for 80 upper lash extensions, or $699 for 100. You’ll need to be decisive because there’s more than 165 different eyelash extension combinations to choose from. It’s worth bringing in photos of the lash look you’re hoping to achieve so that the technicians can help make recommendations.
Though best known for all things brows, it’s worth checking out Browhaus’ eyelash extension treatments if you’re looking to give your lashes added oomph. The salon’s signature Lash In Bloom option uses the finest imported lashes to frame your eyes, making them appear larger and darker. Take your pick from cluster lash extensions ($575) or individual strand extensions ($945), or both ($1,540). All options come with “tune up” services for an additional cost if your eyelashes are in need of upkeep between appointments.
This Japanese beauty salon boasts lash therapists who have had experience working in London, New York and Shanghai. Here, you’ll be able to choose your level of technician (expect to pay around $100 extra for a senior therapist), with upper lash extensions starting from $900 for 80 extensions or $1,100 for volume lash extensions.
Introducing one of the more affordable options for eyelash extensions in Hong Kong: Cerynne. Prices here start at just $580 for 100 single upper lash extensions, or $880 for 160. Fun fact: the name Cerynne is pronounced as “serene”. True to its name, the salon manages to create a lovely and relaxing atmosphere, despite being situated slap bang in the middle of Wan Chai.
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Graceous is a Japanese-style salon located in the heart of Causeway Bay. Its lash services are fully-customisable, so expect plenty of choice regarding the colour, length, curl and thickness of your eyelash extensions. 100 upper lash extensions will set you back $1,000 (or $800 for first-time customers), or you can pay $1,500 for unlimited lash extensions.
Kesalan Patharan is a Japanese makeup brand that was established in 1987. It first brought its eyelash extension service to Hong Kong over a decade ago, so this pick is a tried and tested favourite. The team here pride themselves on offering a complete eyelash service – including a consultation to decide on the extension style that is right for you, as well as lash after-care tips.
L For Lashes
L For Lashes was responsible for bringing the award-winning JB Lashes Extension concept from the US to Hong Kong, which means you can rest assured all its tools and lash materials are FDA-approved. Its glue has even been specially-formulated for those with sensitive skin, and the lashes here are apparently up to 40% lighter than others, ensuring that weightless feeling.
M&A Eyelash Beauty
M&A first set up shop in the 852 in 2009, and has been expanding ever since. In that time, the salon has given more than 10,000 customers lash extension makeovers. There are now four branches across the city, with each salon offering several different types of eyelash extensions, including Korean-style single layer and Japanese-style multi-layer lashes. Korean blink lash extensions cost $980, while super-light Japanese mink lashes come in at $1,288.
Matsu.Lash is conveniently located in Central and promises to sort out your lash look in just a couple of hours, with results that will last for weeks. All lash artists here have been specially trained in Japan and aim to enhance the natural look of your eyes, taking time to recommend customised eyelash extension solutions based on what best suits your facial features.
Looking for a bold Beyoncé look? Jump on the celeb-approved NovaLash bandwagon and book yourself a session with these highly trained lash extension experts. NovaLash was founded in the US and claims its eyelash extensions have twice the wear time of other leading brands. Oil-proof adhesive is used, so there’s no need to avoid your regular skincare products.
Plurecil uses Pro Care Eyelash extensions across all of its salons, and guarantees you won’t even feel them on your lids. The friendly staff here will take the time to talk you through the (many!) lash extension options available. We love that you can choose to add a faint colour to your lashes (matched to your hair and eye colour of course), from standard browns to electric blues. If you’re after some bling, rhinestones or feather lashes, they can be added on as extras. Prices start at $800 for 80 upper lash extensions.
Suavis Lash won the Best Beauty and Nail Salon award in our Sassy Best of Hong Kong Reader Awards, so it’s definitely doing something right. Prices here start at $880 for upper lash extensions, and you can vary the thickness, length and curvature to get your desired look. For a specialised premium experience, head over to the Suavis Lash Couture in LANDMARK. The prices are higher, naturally, but this option provides a more intimate and personalised lash artistry appointment.
Suavis Lash Couture, Shop 311, The LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, 2772 6228
Suavis Lash Bar (Central), 8/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 2336 6328
Xtreme Lashes offers premium eyelash extensions designed to mimic and enhance your own lashes, rather than leave you looking unrecognisable! The company, which was established by a registered nurse, has been around for more than a decade and now has a global presence in over 50 countries. Its highly skilled lash technicians will use specialist tools to determine the ideal length, thickness and number of lash extensions they can add, without damaging your natural eyelashes underneath.
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Editor’s Note: This article was originally written by Vivian Lee on 30, July 2018 and was most recently updated in September, 2021.
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Hero image courtesy of Jesse Morrow via Stocksy, image 1 courtesy of Lash Artist, image 2 courtesy of Lyla Lash, image 3 courtesy of PrincessBrows, image 4 courtesy of The PLACE, image 5 courtesy of Blanc Eyelash Salon, image 6 courtesy of Cerynne via Facebook, image 7 courtesy of L For Lashes, image 8 courtesy of Matsu.Lash, image 9 courtesy of Suavis Lash via Instagram.