Can’t wait to ditch the curlers and mascara for good? Here’s where to get the best eyelash extensions in Hong Kong.
Save time on your beauty routine with eyelash extensions! You’re guaranteed length and volume every day (up to a month!), with no need for mascara and eyelash curlers thanks to this popular beauty treatment. Rest assured, the city is home to many skilled lash technicians ready to make your lashes pop, and who won’t ruin your natural ones in the process! Keep scrolling to discover our pick of salons, beauticians and lash technicians offering the best eyelash extensions in Hong Kong.
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Lyla Lash — Lash extensions, lifting and tinting treatments all at reasonable prices
Tried and tested by Team Sassy, award-winning lash and brow salon Lyla Lash offers classic and volume lash extensions at super reasonable prices (starting from just $680!). We love the Signature Lyla Eyelash Design, where you can choose from an extensive selection of lash lengths, thicknesses and curl types. Steering clear of extensions? Give your eyelashes oomph and colour with the highly-recommended Keratin Lash Lifting ($680) and Tinting ($220) treatments. Rest assured, the passionate and experienced team here will go out of their way to make sure you’re fully satisfied.
Use the code sassylashes to enjoy 10% off your first eyelash extension trial. Valid until Wednesday, 8 November 2023.
Lyla Lash, 14/F, C Wisdom Centre, 37 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2564 7721, WhatsApp: 5721 9955, Instagram: @lylalashbar, www.lylalash.com
Nude Beautique — Lash lifting treatment to lift and tint your lashes, lasting longer than traditional eyelash extensions
A pioneer in the city’s beauty scene (being the first waxing salon in Hong Kong!), Nude Beautique caters to all your aesthetic needs. Sick of lash curlers and tubes of mascara? We’d recommend a Lash Lift treatment ($480 on your first trial, full price $840), that will lift your eyelashes and tint them to make them longer, thicker and darker. Results last up to 10 weeks — longer than eyelash extensions, making it an ideal choice for Christmas and the New Year holidays.
Nude Beautique, various locations across Hong Kong, 2868 9100, Facebook: Nude Beautique, Instagram: @nude_beautique_hk, www.nudewaxing.com.hk
With appearances on red carpets around the globe since 2005, Xtreme Lashes® Beauty Salon‘s eyelash services are a celebrity favourite that cater to everyone. A one-stop salon for eyelash extensions and natural lifting and lash regeneration treatments, Xtreme’s quick, fuss-free eyelash services take little time and make a big impact (you could even drop by during a lunch break!). Expect to have fluttery lashes done in 60 minutes — Xtreme also provides half sets for those looking for a quicker treatment with a more natural looking finish. You can trust us, this is Team Sassy tried and tested!
For first-time customers only, use code LoveSassy when buying a Hybird Lashes set ($1,888) and the Volumation Lashes set ($2,388) and get one set for free (black-out dates from Monday 12 to Saturday, 31 December). Valid until Friday, 30 June, 2023.
Xtreme Lashes, 1/F, The Plaza, 21-23 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3708 8961, Facebook: Xtreme Lashes Hong Kong, Instagram: @xtremelashes, www.xtremelashes.com.hk
A charming and airy Japanese nail and eyelash salon, the team at aQuaeria is led by Japan Lash Association-certified instructors, who are always in the know about the latest lash extension techniques. Choose from over 50 types of length, thickness and curl options for eyelash extensions and your level of technician to suit your price point ($9.6 per lash, around $960 to $1,200).
aQuaeria, 1/F, Tung Yiu Commercial Building, 31A Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2526 9313 (booking by phone only!), www.aquaeria.asia
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Blanc Eyelash Salon
Originating in Tokyo, with a presence now in Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and, of course, Hong Kong, Blanc Eyelash Salon offers incredibly reasonable prices and trials for new customers (starting at just $599 for 80 upper lash extensions or $699 for 100!). There’s also a wide range here, with more than 165 different eyelash extension combinations to choose from.
Blanc Eyelash Salon, Unit B, 8/F, Way On Commercial Building, 500 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2385 5322, www.blanc-beaute.hk
Best known for all things brows, Browhaus also boasts premium eyelash extension treatments that are perfect to give your lashes that oomph. The signature Lash In Bloom uses the finest imported lashes to frame your eyes ($575 for cluster lash extensions, $945 for individual strand extensions and $1,540 for both).
Browhaus, 7/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 3950 3950, www.browhaus.com.hk
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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.
Carte Blanche, Shop 277 & 277A, 2/F, Mira Place 2, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2739 1960, www.carteblanche-hk.com
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One of the more affordable options for eyelash extensions in Hong Kong, prices at Cerynne start at just $580 for 100 single upper lash extensions, or $880 for 160. The name Cerynne is pronounced as “serene” and the salon manages to create a lovely and relaxing atmosphere, despite being situated slap-bang in the middle of bustling Wan Chai.
Cerynne, Unit 1103, 80 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2153 0712, www.cerynne.com.hk
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A Japanese-style salon located in the heart of Causeway Bay, the lash services at Graceous 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.
Graceous, 12/F, Kyoto Commercial Centre, 491-499 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 6750 5677, www.facebook.com/GRACEOUSHK
Established in 1987, Japanese makeup brand Kesalan Patharan first brought its eyelash extension service to Hong Kong over a decade ago. 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.
Kesalan Parathan, various locations across Hong Kong, www.kesalanpatharan.hk
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L For Lashes
L For Lashes was responsible for bringing award-winning JB Lashes to Hong Kong, which means you can rest assured all its tools and lash materials are FDA-approved. The glue has even been specially-formulated for those with sensitive skin, and the eyelashes here are apparently up to 40 percent lighter than others, ensuring that weightless feel.
L For Lashes, 25/F, Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 5226 6546, www.facebook.com/LforLashes
M&A Eyelash Beauty
M&A first set up shop in Hong Kong 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.
M&A Eyelash Beauty, various locations across Hong Kong, www.maeyelash.com
Conveniently located in Central, Matsu.Lash 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.
Matsu.Lash, 8/F, Wong Chung Ming Commercial House, 16 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2331 2500, www.matsulash.com
Looking for a bold lash 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.
NovaLash, 10/F, 1 Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2536 0998, www.novalash.hk
A Sassy favourite, and a Sassy Best of Hong Kong Reader Award Winner, Suavis Lash offers various thicknesses, lengths and curvatures to get your desired lash look. For a specialised premium experience, head over to the Suavis Lash Couture in LANDMARK, where prices are naturally higher but provide 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
Suavis Lash Bar (Tsim Sha Tsui), Shop 218, 2/F, K11 Art Mall, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2886 8807, www.suavislash.com
A Team Sassy tried-and-tested, Xtreme Lashes‘ premium eyelash extensions are designed to mimic and enhance your own lashes. Established by a registered nurse, this salon boasts highly skilled lash technicians who use specialist tools to determine the ideal length, thickness and number of lash extensions they can add without damaging your natural eyelashes underneath.
Xtreme Lashes, 1/F, The Plaza, 21-23 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.xtremelashes.com.hk
Editor’s Note: “Where To Get Eyelash Extensions In Hong Kong” was originally written by Vivian Lee and was most recently updated in November 2022 by Team Sassy.
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Main image courtesy of Алекке Блажин via Pexels, image 1 courtesy of Lyla Lash, image 2 courtesy of Nude Beautique, image 3 courtesy of aQuaeria Nail & Eyelash via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Carte Blanche via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Kesalan Patharan, image 6 courtesy of Matsu.Lash.