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The certified stylists at Lashful frame eyes with mink lashes to achieve looks ranging from elegant to seductive. Their uncanny attention to detail comes in handy during extension applications, when they meticulously attach each artificial lash to a real one to achieve the most natural look possible. Sensitive eyes need not wince in fear, as the adhesive material with which they apply lashes is specially formulated to not perturb the eye with harsh irritants or teasing optical illusions. The stylists also dip natural lashes in a semipermanent tint that—much like the extensions—gives eyes the glamorous look of freshly applied mascara.

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Paramus,
NJ
US

At Lashful Day Spa, licensed aestheticians beatify clients in the spa, where they apply waterproof eyelash extensions and touch-ups. To battle wrinkles and smiles that won't wipe off, they administer customized facials such as oxygen infusion, European, and microdermabrasion. Clients can also seek out nail treatments and half a dozen varieties of massage.

59 E Ridgewood Ave
Paramus,
NJ
US

The namesake of Botox and Juvederm Doctor is its founder and practicing physician, Dr. Muhammad Mirza, who brings more than a decade of medical experience to his work at both locations. Dr. Mirza's task is to combat wrinkles and other signs of aging, rendering faces smooth and youthful. Along with Botox and Juvederm injections, treatments may also feature the Ultherapy laser hair-removal system, which helps make the skin look and feel as smooth as possible.

23-08 Maple Ave.
Fair Lawn,
NJ
US

With whimsical wall decals, pink and white draperies, and treatment beds upholstered in shimmering satin, Stylash looks more like a doll's dream house than a stuffy salon. It's a fitting setting for the shop's aestheticians, who use hypoallergenic glue and an extra-light touch to doll up lash lines with long, individual eyelash extensions that can last up to one month. But the comfy, feminine atmosphere also serves a purpose—the more relaxed clients are, the better their eyelashes adhere. To that end, the staff recommends that clients keep talking and yodeling to a minimum during application and encourages them to bring in personal music players to help quiet their minds.

404 E Central Blvd
Palisades Park,
NJ
US

The aestheticians at I Love Lash understand the difference between fake lashes and extensions. That's why they've devoted their chic, boutique studio to extensions, and extensions only. That's because extensions look natural, move naturally, and don't attack innocent passerby like Venus flytraps. They also last up to six weeks. To achieve a completely natural look, aestheticians have clients lay back on comfortable tables under the light of crystal chandeliers. One-by-one, they apply customized lashes to real lashes with a special adhesive that creates a waterproof bond. A meticulously precise treatment, it takes about two hours. During that time they also tailor lashes to length, curl, and color. Lashes will fall out periodically with the natural lashes, so the technicians recommend touch-ups every two to three weeks.

700 East Palisade Avenue
Englewood Cliffs,
NJ
US

With whimsical wall decals, pink and white draperies, and treatment beds upholstered in shimmering satin, Stylash looks more like a doll's dream house than a stuffy salon. It's a fitting setting for the shop's aestheticians, who use hypoallergenic glue and an extra-light touch to doll up lash lines with long, individual eyelash extensions that can last up to one month. But the comfy, feminine atmosphere also serves a purpose—the more relaxed clients are, the better their eyelashes adhere. To that end, the staff recommends that clients keep talking and yodeling to a minimum during application and encourages them to bring in personal music players to help quiet their minds.

44 Bergen St
Englewood,
NJ
US