Flip through any fashion magazine and all you see are thick, full eyelashes. It’s one of those little beauty must-haves that make a really big difference. But very few people are born with lashes that are as thick, full or long as the average model. Luckily, eyelash extensions are safe and easy to maintain––if you pick the right place to have them done. Whether you’re looking to enhance your everyday look or to glam it up for a vacation or event, these Boston spas and salons are among the top spots to get eyelash extensions.
(Photo Credit: Elite Lash Studio)

(Photo Credit: Elite Lash Studio)

Elite Lash Studio
581 Boylston St., #503
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 674-2004

If you’re looking for the best in eye lash extensions, why not go to a place where eyelashes are the sole specialty? Elite Lash Studio offers everything from synthetic eyelashes to 100 percent pure Siberian mink. With many different levels of application amounts, you control whether you will walk away with a natural, every day look or va-va-voom lashes for special occasions. Elite Lash Studios takes eyelash extensions so seriously that it offers a bevy of complimentary products with your initial appointment so you can be sure of keeping your extensions well maintained and looking great for weeks to come.

(Photo Credit: Robin Erb Skincare)

(Photo Credit: Robin Erb Skincare)

Robin Erb Skincare
10 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 359-2302

Robin Erb is a great one-stop shopping salon where you can take care of all your skincare needs while getting some of the best eyelash extensions in the city of Boston. Offering half and full lash extension packages on top of services like facials, eyebrow waxing and full cosmetic makeovers, Robin Erb is a great place to go for a whole new look. This Newbury Street salon is clean, professional and very chic. Robin Erb has a full portfolio of work done for bridal clients, and is perfect for your big day or every day.

The Beauty Mark
33 Charles St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 720-1555

The Beauty Mark may be small, but what it lacks in space it makes up for with great customer service. Clients rave about the friendliness of the employees, who instantly put you at ease during your service. The shop also offers eyelash extensions for well below the going Boston rate. The Beauty Mark is more of a beauty supply store than a day spa, so if you’re looking for a full spa experience, you’ll have to go elsewhere. But if you want super eyelash extensions and maybe a makeover to boot, The Beauty Mark is the place to go.

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(Photo Credit: EyeStarr)

(Photo Credit: EyeStarr)

170 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 267-0710

Tried eyelash extensions before and couldn’t get them to last? Eyestarr by Andrea is your answer. Clients rave about how long their eyelash extensions last while looking natural and perfect. Andrea treats each client as a custom creation. Every appointment starts off with a question and answer session to make sure that you not only get eyelashes that look great, but that also fit your lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for a natural set of enhanced lashes or over-the-top glamour, Eyestarr by Andrea finds a way to make it work for you.

(Photo Credit: Lash L’Amour)

(Photo Credit: Lash L’Amour)

Lash L’Amour
129 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 247-1871

As the name of this spa implies, lashes get a lot of love at Lash L’Amour. Offering one of the widest possible selections of lashes and treatments in the city of Boston, this is a great place to go for eyelash extensions of all kinds. On top of the lash treatments available you can also finish off your day of pampering with a manicure, pedicure and facial all at this single spa. Lash L’Amour provides luxurious eyelash extensions in a clean, professional space with some of the friendliest and most knowledgeable staff imaginable.

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Renee Mallett is the author of several books about art, culture, and New England. She was the owner and director of an art gallery and has written about arts and entertainment on a national level for several print and online journals. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.