Women have been wearing mascara for years in an effort to enhance their eyes and give the impression of beautiful long lashes. With eyelash extensions, you can kick that whole “apply, scrub off, repeat” routine to the curb without a worry that a workout or tear will ruin your look. Extensions give you beautiful lashes for four to six weeks without the daily maintenance, and are applied to your real lashes using a prescription-strength glue. They’ll last as long your regular eyelashes do, with no harm done. Check out this round-up of the best places in Minnesota to get your eyelash extensions.
3940 W. 50th St.
Edina, MN 55424
Making the women of the Twin Cities beautiful since 2007, Jett Makeup is one of the premiere names in eyelash extensions in the area. Owner Amy Presson was instrumental in bringing the Eyelash Bar to the business as she heard what her airbrush makeup bridal clients were asking for: a no-fuss way to always look done, especially through the hectic schedule of photographs, dinners and the big day. Jett Makeup offers synthetic, silk and mink fur eyelashes in both fill and full set options. Services begin at $100 for the most basic fill and run up to $450 for a full mink set, but check with the salon for latest deals and products.
The Brow Studio
616 W. 54th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55419
With a tagline like “highlighting beauty,” you know you’re in good hands with the staff at The Brow Studio. The salon gained its reputation from making sure every single client has the perfect eyebrows, but has also added eyelash services to meet the changing needs of ladies today. This by-appointment-only spa is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, and is certified by Lavish Lashes (maker of the industry standard eyelash extensions themselves). Partial sets begin at $180, and full sets are priced at $360. The spa also offers lash touch-ups, with price dependent on time and work needed.
2567 Emerald Drive
Mound, MN 55364
This Lake Minnetonka-area salon offers a comfortable and relaxing vibe to getting fabulous lashes. Visit Lashes West to get a full set of synthetic lashes, and know you’re getting the great service of a professional. Each lash extension is added to individual lashes, and placed to ensure no clumping or irritation to the lid occurs. The entire process will take one to two hours, but is worth it in saved “fighting with my mascara and eyelash curler time.” Go for subtle enhancement or all out bling – whatever suits your style and needs. Lash touch-ups are available every two to three weeks for maintenance and typically take about 45 minutes. Contact Lashes West for pricing.
8701 France Ave. S.
Bloomington, MN 55431
Serving the Bloomington and surrounding metro areas, Longetivty MedSpa focuses on natural beauty as an important part of a happier and healthier lifestyle. Owner Gretta Graceland opened the spa in 2005 after her own journey into beauty and skincare, and is proud to offer eyelash extensions as a service. Also featuring Lavish Lashes, Longevity features a variety of styles (including thickness, length and color) to complete your style – whether looking for something dramatic or more natural. Gretta backs up her services with a free seven to 14-day touch-up, and also offers touch ups at three to five weeks with prices on a sliding scale depending on work needed. Check out the spa’s website for Internet specials on pricing.
16360 Wagner Way
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
A one-woman show operating out of Lorenzo’s Salon in Eden Prairie, UR FabuLash is a wedding party favorite for its great package pricing. Dina, a Lavish Lashes trained technician, offers a full set of lashes starting at $200, with a sliding scale of fees for touch-ups. Wedding party prices start at $350 for four people, and she also offers packages for touch-ups. UR FabuLash also offers a great referral bonus, so consider this salon when looking for a professional but budget-conscious option.
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