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Top 10 Eyelash Tinting venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Eyelash Tinting from around Australia.

  1. RM Lash and BeautyRM Lash and Beauty

    RM Lash and Beauty

    Suite 20, Level 2, 650 George Street, Sydney CBD 2000
    Rating:
    (9)
  2. Lash BarLash Bar

    Lash Bar

    Suite 27 Level 2 175-181 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia, Bondi Junction 2022
    Rating:
    (35)
    Lash Bar, Bondi Junction has been making the ladies of Bondi look amazing for years. There's a great choice of lashes on offer here to create your perfect look.
  3. Glamapuss BeautyGlamapuss Beauty

    Glamapuss Beauty

    Shop 1 / 60 East Concourse , Beaumaris 3193
    Rating:
    (16)
    Glamapuss Beauty will make you feel glamorous and beautiful. See Zoe and her team for eyelash extensions, eyelash lifts, brow treatments, and waxing.
  4. Beauty Brow & Lash BarBeauty Brow & Lash Bar

    Beauty Brow & Lash Bar

    6/5 King Street, Prahran 3181
    Rating:
    (102)
    Beauty Brow Lash Bar, one of Melbourne's best lash salons will have you looking your best. Our talented technicians deliver friendly, professional service.
  5. Lilly's Beauty BoutiqueLilly's Beauty Boutique

    Lilly's Beauty Boutique

    Level 2, Suite 202 Watson House 300 George Street,, Sydney CBD 2000
    Rating:
    (17)
    It’s all about Lashes at Lilly's Beauty Boutique. The skilled technicians specialise in eyelash extensions, and offer LVL, the UK’s #1 Eyelash Lifting System.
  6. Divine Camila BeautyDivine Camila Beauty

    Divine Camila Beauty

    2/303 Liverpool St, Darlinghurst 2010
    Rating:
    (61)
    Divine Camila Beauty will take care of your whole body while you relax and unwind. This cute salon stands out for its impeccable service and beautiful staff.
  7. The Queen Beauty and MassageThe Queen Beauty and Massage

    The Queen Beauty and Massage

    Suite 3.01 365 Little Collins Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (9)
    Experience the ultimate relaxation with The Queen Beauty and Massage. Services include massage, eyelash extensions and facials to cater to all skin concerns.
  8. Radiant SkinRadiant Skin

    Radiant Skin

    3 / 27 Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads 4220
    Rating:
    (8)
    Radiant Skin is 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Salon owner and esthetician, Stacey is passionate in skincare, offering facials, peels, spray tans and manicures.
  9. Revive Beauty ClinicRevive Beauty Clinic

    Revive Beauty Clinic

    Shop 3/20 Howard Road, Padstow 2211
    Rating:
    (31)
    Revive Beauty Clinic offers the ultimate in luxurious beauty treatments; skin needling, ultrasound fat cavitation and pro whitening teeth treatments.
  10. Pretty Up Beauty SalonPretty Up Beauty Salon

    Pretty Up Beauty Salon

    Level 1, 465 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong 3144
    Rating:
    (8)
    A visit to Pretty Up Beauty Salon won't disappoint. Their range of fabulous treatments includes eyebrow and facial threading, tinting, waxing, and manicures.

You have to wonder who first came up with the idea of tinting eyelashes. Certainly, it's very effective, not to mention affordable and easily accessible.

Whilst eyelashes have a very functional purpose, keeping debris out of our eyes, they have long been accentuated as part of our beauty regime. In most cultures, long eyelashes are considered the most attractive and we go to great lengths to make them appear that way.

Long before the first true false eyelashes appeared in the 1960s women used anything they could get their hands on to enhance their eyes. As far back as the Bronze Age, they used kohl, before mascara and then eyelash curlers were invented.

Longer Thicker Lashes

It might surprise you to know that these days you can get eyelash growth-promoting drugs and even eyelash transplants.

Eyelash tinting is extremely popular as it makes natural lashes appear longer and thicker. It's quick and easy to apply and lasts for several weeks. Best of all, you wake up good-to-go every morning, with no running mascara to worry about at the beach.

As with many modern beauty methods, home eyelash tinting kits are available. Seriously, why would you bother? It doesn't cost much more to go to a beauty salon and have them done professionally. No mess, no stinging and amazing results every time.

Vegetable Based Dye

Eyelash tinting generally uses a temporary tint to dye the lashes. The most common colours are black and blue-black and the dye is usually vegetable-based to avoid irritation.

An eyelash tinting treatment takes 10 to 15 minutes and you shouldn't experience any pain or lasting discomfort. Special protective shields are used to prevent the dye getting into your eyes or staining your skin.

Once the tint is applied you'll be left to rest quietly with your eyes closed for five minutes or so, before the dye is gently washed off.

Great for the Beach

Eyelash tinting is a great option for so many clients. It's brilliant for those with naturally blond lashes, or people who can't tolerate makeup. It's an absolute must for those who play a sport or swim regularly.

Despite its simplicity - or perhaps because of that - it's so important to choose a good quality salon. There is a definite skill to correctly and safely applying the dye, and removing it, without causing discomfort.

As with so many beauty trends, eyelash treatments have changed so much through the ages. In Ancient Egypt, both men and women reached for the mascara to make their eyes look more attractive. By the time we got to Ancient Rome, it was full on. Eyelashes had to be not only long, dark and thick but also curled.

What a contrast compared to the Middle Ages. Believe it or not women generally removed their eyebrows and their eyelashes to accentuate their foreheads. Thank goodness that's out of fashion!

Eyelash Tints and Mascaras

You might also be relieved that you weren't alive during the Elizabethan era. It was considered fashionable to have (naturally) reddish-blond lashes - to match the Queen's hair. However, that generally involved the use of some rather toxic substances that could make the hair fall out. Interestingly, it was also considered rather uncouth to actually dye your lashes, so women often did it in secret using berries and soot.

Over time we discovered all manner of concoctions and tools to make our eyelashes more beautiful. This really came into its own in the 1960s and 1970s when the aim was to look as dramatic as possible. This is when the first really effective falsies were launched - as opposed to the fake lashes introduced by US film director David W Griffith in 1916.

We are so lucky to live now, with a seemingly endless choice of eyelash tints and mascaras, and many fabulous beauty salons and spas. Find them right here on Bookwell.

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