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11 Best Places In Toronto To Get Lush Lashes

Bat away the haters!

Who doesn't want long, fluttery lashes?

Eyelash extensions have become increasingly popular this yearThey can make your eyes pop when you're wearing a smokey-eye or when you're having a relaxing day and doing your make-up is not at the top of your priorities list. Their versatility and long-lasting wear will have you coming back for more and make you never want to use a plumping, lash extending, or volumizing mascara again.

If one of your pet peeves is scrubbing off your mascara and spending time to make sure every bit of mascara is off (sometimes even loosing an eyelash due to the rubbing), lash extensions may be the answer for you! Don't worry about spending time finding a place for the best ones near you, here's a list that does just that:

1.Lust For Lashes // 1081 Queen St. West

Other location:

  • 927 St.Clair Ave. West

2.Winks Eyelash Boutique // 70 Yorkville Ave. – 2nd Floor

3.Flirt Custom Lash Studio // 777 Richmond St W

Other locations:

  • 170 Havelock Dr #37 (Brampton/Mississauga)
  • 520 Guelph Line (Burlington)

Photo cred - @juliafergs

4.MYNC Lash Lounge and Brow Bar // 282 Queen St. West

Other locations:

  • 104 Yorkville Ave.
  • 2596 Yonge St.

5.Pretty In The City Lash & Beauty Bar // 188 Davenport Rd. - Suite 201

6.The Beauty House // 49 Stewart St.

Photo cred - @eyelashcanada

7.Eyelash Canada // 16 Orfus Rd. #205

Other locations:

3024 Hurontario St. (Mississauga)

3883 Hwy 7 West. - Unit 208 (Woodbridge)

8.Beyond Beauty // 605 Bloor St. West

9.Fembotika // 147 Liberty St.

10.iLash Parlour // Home studio/Mobile Beauty Service

Contact: ilashparlour@gmail.com

Phone: 647-533-3990

11.Sweetgrass Spa // 111e Queen St. East

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