Say goodbye to lash curlers and mascara and save time before going out with the magic of eyelash extensions
It’s no secret that we women take a bit more time to prepare before going out of the house. From applying numerous makeup products to getting the perfect eyebrow shape and fixing our hair at hair salons in Hong Kong, it may take quite a while before we can actually step out of the house. But thanks to the magical beauty hack called eyelash extensions, we can get that “I Woke Up Like This” look that once only belonged to Beyonce. If you’re one of those people wishing to save time with this quick fix, you’ll need to check out these salons to get that natural-looking eyelash extensions in Hong Kong.
Where to get eyelash extensions in Hong Kong
Offering Japanese-style treatments, Canary doesn’t only specialise in nails but also eyelashes. The extensions come in various styles such as glamorous, sexy, cute, elegant, and natural, using a choice of standard glue or mild glue for sensitive skin. The thickness of each strand ranges from 0.10 and 0.15 to 0.20 mm, while the types of curl ranges from J and C to CC curl.
Find out why Canary is one of our favourite nail salons in Hong Kong too
Canary, 1402, 14F, Wellington Place (M88) 2-8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2537 0338, 中環威靈頓街2-8號威靈頓廣場M88 14樓1402號室
Suavis Lash Bar
Suavis Lash Bar in Central is the perfect spot to get a great pair of eyelash extensions tailored to your eye shape, wants and needs. Whether you want to opt for the Japanese singular extensions or the 3D Russian Volume lashes (with multiple lashes on each strand), you’ll find a professional team here who put an emphasis on safety, style and comfort.
Read our full review on Suavis Lash Bar here.
Suavis Lash Bar, 8/F, 1 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 2336 6328, 中環蘭桂坊1號8樓
This is one of our fave spots for eyelash extensions in Hong Kong. The first and only concept store to specialise in brow and lash grooming services, Browhaus is a one-stop salon for that precious area of your eyes. Its signature treatments include Lash In Bloom that comes in two types: cluster extensions which are made of groups of lashes tied together at the base for a fuller look, and strand by strand extensions for a more natural look. The salon also offers other lash services such as lash extensions removal, perming, and colour tinting.
Read our review of the Lash In Bloom extensions from Browhaus here
Browhaus, 10/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3950 3950, 中環擺花街8號10樓
Don’t have the time to go to the salon but desperately needing that quick fix? Get glam in the comfort of your home with Sponge, an on-demand mobile beauty salon that can provide eyelash extensions, makeup, and hair treatments in just a few clicks. Pre-set styles are available for booking prior to the treatments, including the lash extensions, which offer a choice of either The Believer or The Risk-Taker. The Believer uses 70-90 eyelash extensions per eye for a more natural look, while The Risk-Taker uses 90-120 extensions for extra thickness. Extensions maintenance and removal are also available for each style.
See our video interview with Diane Younes, Founder of Sponge here
Located in Central, Xtreme Lashes by Jo Mousselli specialises in semi-permanent eyelash extensions treatments using premium synthetic fiber that are hypoallergenic, lightweight, flexible, crimp-resistant, and water repelling. The extensions, which have a tapered tip and a thicker base, are applied one by one to each individual lash to resemble a natural look. You’ll also never run out of styles to choose at Xtreme Lashes, as the salon has a diverse inventory of over 600 individual styles of eyelash extensions, as well as bridal eyelash extensions package for pre-wedding, the wedding day, and post-wedding.
Xtreme Lashes, 3/F, V Plus, 68-70 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3708 8961, 中環威靈頓街68-70號V Plus 3樓
Led by a Japanese certified instructor, aQuaeria uses Japanese materials and techniques executed by the trained specialists from Japan. The salon offers not only nail treatments but also eyelash extensions, which come in 50 different styles that you can choose from for both upper and lower eyelashes. Besides nail and extensions, aQuaeria also offers eyelash perm for extra curl and a training course for both manicure and eyelash extensions.
aQuaeria, 1/F, Tung Yiu Commercial Building, 31A Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2526 9313, 中環雲咸街31A號東耀商業大廈1樓
Offering Japanese and Korean eyelash extensions service, Bright Lash can cater to any of your request, whether you’re looking to have a natural, cute, sexy, or glamorous look. Different techniques are used for different styles – the length of each lash is made even for the natural look, longer in the centre for a cute look, longer at the end of the eye for a sexy look, and both long and voluminous all around for the glamorous look.
Bright Lash, Room 1901, United Success Commercial Centre, 506 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 3702 0269, 銅鑼灣謝斐道506號聯成商業中心1901室
From hair, nail, and facials to lash treatments, Carte Blanche aims to spread the latest Japanese beauty trends in Hong Kong through their services. For eyelash extensions, they offer either the single extensions or volume extensions for the upper lash, as well as bottom lash extensions and removal service.
Carte Blanche, Mody House, 30 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 2739 1960, 尖沙咀麼地道30號