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Top 20 False Eyelashes venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering False Eyelashes from around Australia.

  1. Llume Skin Hair Body
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    Llume Skin Hair Body

    93 Orrong Crescent, Caulfield North 3161
    Llúme is an upmarket salon located in Alma Village in Melbourne’s Caulfield North providing a variety of hair and beauty services.
    (28)
  2. Salon Oasis
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    Salon Oasis

    11/363 Hillsborough Road , Warners Bay 2282
    Relax, indulge and rejuvenate with Salon Oasis in Edgeworth. Choose from an array of pampering treatments including full body massage, deluxe mani or facial.
    (143)
  3. Shine Hair and Beauty Currumbin
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    Shine Hair and Beauty Currumbin

    3 Bienvenue Drive, Currumbin Waters 4223
    (51)
  4. Zoma Beauty & Makeover Lounge
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    Zoma Beauty & Makeover Lounge

    132 Acland Street, St Kilda 3182
    Zoma Beauty & Makeover Lounge, are specialists in eyelash and eyebrows. Treatments include waxing, threading, eyelash extensions, cosmetic tattooing, and facials.
    (11)
  5. Lash Fantasy and Beauty Lounge
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    Lash Fantasy and Beauty Lounge

    7A Glen Street, Werribee 3030
    (11)
  6. Style Mecha
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    Style Mecha

    3 100 Mooroondu Road, Thorneside 4158
    The team at Style Mechanics will utterly spoil your hair and beauty needs. The salon offers Racoon hair extensions, Wella Professional products, and Nioxin.
    (145)
  7. Rimi Beauty Salon Stafford
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    Rimi Beauty Salon Stafford

    19/400 Stafford Road, Stafford 4053
    Rimi Beauty Salon Stafford can take care of all your beauty needs. Pop in for an eyebrow thread, wax treatment or jaw-dropping eyelash extensions.
    (43)
  8. Glamapuss Beauty
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    Glamapuss Beauty

    Shop 1 / 60 East Concourse , Beaumaris 3193
    Glamapuss Beauty will make you feel glamorous and beautiful. See Zoe and her team for eyelash extensions, eyelash lifts, brow treatments, and waxing.
    (47)
  9. Brow Artistry HQ
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    Brow Artistry HQ

    99 O'Brien Street, Bondi 2026
    (43)
  10. Be Naturally You
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    Be Naturally You

    22 Seventh Avenue, Palm Beach 4221
    Be Naturally You is Palm Beach’s premier beauty salon. Specialising in skin needling, microdermabrasion, hydrating facials and many more skin treatments.
    (17)
  11. Mollyfuns Nail Art
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    Mollyfuns Nail Art

    Level 1, 241- 245 Lonsdale street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Mollyfuns Nail Art will customise each manicure and pedicure to the guests' unique needs. The experts offer impressive nail art design, and lash extensions.
    (6)
  12. Cassie Beauty Spot
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    Cassie Beauty Spot

    1842 Lwr Gold Coast Hwy, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia, Burleigh Heads 4220
    Cassie Beauty Spot is the go-to place for all your cosmetic tattooing needs. Get your perfect brow, eyeliner, lips and, of course, the cutest beauty spot!
    (33)
  13. Eminence Brows & Beauty
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    Eminence Brows & Beauty

    51A Smith Street, Fitzroy 3065
    Eminence Brows & Beauty offers professional hair, skin and beauty treatments. Choose from haircuts, barbering, facials, threading, manicures, and waxing.
    (5)
  14. Shashi Hair, Beauty & Day Spa - Top Ryde
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    Shashi Hair, Beauty & Day Spa - Top Ryde

    Shop 4026, Level 4, Top Ryde Shopping Centre, Ryde 2112
    Expect outstanding service when you book in with Shashi Hair, Beauty & Day Spa. The salon offers threading, waxing, haircuts and colouring, and deluxe facials.
    (8)
  15. Maison de Linda Skin & Beauty
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    Maison de Linda Skin & Beauty

    7 / 214-216 Victoria Street, Richmond 3121
    Maison de Linda Skin & Beauty is a professional skin and beauty clinic in Richmond providing advanced skincare and beauty treatments in a modern studio location.
    (11)
  16. Splash Beauty
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    Splash Beauty

    40 Tweed Mall, Cnr Wharf & Bay Streets, Tweed Heads 2485
    Splash Beauty offers convenience and fabulous treatments. Known for their fabulous facials, you can get microdermabrasion, waxing and eyelash extensions, too.
    (35)
  17. She Hairdressing
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    She Hairdressing

    333 Whitehorse Road, Balwyn 3103
    She Hairdressing caters to your individual hair needs. Get beautiful, shiny hair with a cut, colour, treatment and style blow dry.
    (10)
  18. Sai Hair, Nails & Beauty
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    Sai Hair, Nails & Beauty

    Shop 11/3131 Surfers Paradise Boulevard, Surfers Paradise 4217
    For perfect hair, nails and beauty make it Sai Hair, Nails & Beauty. Hair colouring, waxing or eyelash extensions, you'll be super happy with the results.
    (7)
  19. Alexa Delsa Le Petit Salon and Make up
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    Alexa Delsa Le Petit Salon and Make up

    45 Chapel Street, Windsor 3181
    Alexa Delsa Le Petit Salon and makeup is an oasis of French elegance. Specialising in special occasion looks, and cuts, colour and balayage hair treatments.
    (8)
  20. Noor Beauty
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    Noor Beauty

    37 Tilba Street, Aberfeldie 3040
    Noor Beauty caters to all your beauty needs. Choose from amazing Manicures and Pedicures, specialty facials including Microdermabrasion and Hydrodermabrasion.
    (9)
Average rating of venues offering False Eyelashes across Australia
4.8 · based on 805 reviews of 143 venues

False Eyelashes

Long before eyelash extensions became available women used all manner of tricks to create long luscious lashes. Even to this day, false eyelashes are used extensively around the world. Thankfully they are a lot safer than they used to be.

The history of false eyelashes goes all the way back to Ancient Rome. The Romans believed that eyelashes grew shorter with age. They also linked long lashes to being chaste believing excessive sex made them fall out. It wouldn't surprise you to learn that Roman women probably had the longest lashes ever!

Human Hair

The trend died out for a while but was well and truly back by the 1800s - and that's when things got really interesting. One solution was to glue human hair to your eyelids; another was to implant lashes into your eyelids using needles. How gross is that?

False eyelashes as we know them today started life in the early 1900s. They were pretty basic at that time and various people claimed to have invented them. By all accounts, the true inventor was probably Canadian Anna Taylor. She patented a technique that used a crescent-shaped piece of fabric implanted with tiny hairs.

Falsies in the Spotlight

One of the most entertaining 'inventors' was New York hairdresser Karl Nessler. He sold false eyelashes in his salon, describing them as 'a guard against the glare of electric lights'.

By 1916 falsies had moved from the electric light to the spotlight, thanks to Hollywood director DW Griffith. Filming the movie 'Intolerance' he had a wigmaker glue lashes made of human hair onto actress Seena Owen's eyelids. The result was somewhat dire, with Ms Owen's eyes swelling to the point that she couldn't open them.

False eyelashes remained quite unpopular until Vogue magazine gave them the stamp of approval in the 1930s. Amazing adverts appeared for this beauty must, featuring the most flamboyant fake lashes, some adorned with gold and platinum beads.

Hollywood Glamour

Hollywood leading ladies such as Rita Hayworth and Marilyn Monroe couldn't wait to get their hands on them in the 1940s and 50s and that was the only encouragement ordinary women needed to give them a go. By this stage, manufacturers had stopped using fabric and human hair. They used very thin plastic instead.

One of best-known wearers of false eyelashes in the 1960s was supermodel Twiggy. We're talking big, over-the-top lashes that really made an impact. Despite the amount of publicity that attracted, the wearing of false eyelashes died a bit of a death during the 70s and 80s.

By the 1990s, however, they were back with a vengeance, thanks to celebs such as Pamela Anderson and Cindy Crawford. The question is what would you pay for a set of false eyelashes? Would you pay $10,000? That's what Madonna paid for a pair of mink and diamond lashes in 2004.

Professional Results

False eyelashes had become mainstream and you could buy them everywhere. You still can and many women apply their own at home. However, for really professional results using safe products, it's best to find a salon that offers makeup services. Whatever you do, don't be tempted to buy cheap imports online as many of the glues can cause irritation.

Despite the top quality eyelash extensions available today false eyelashes remain very popular. They not only look great but also offer some serious benefits.

Let's say you're going to a wedding or some other event where tears are likely to flow. False eyelashes ensure you'll look amazing without mascara running down your face. They're a great way of really highlighting your eyes without using loads of makeup.

There is one myth that needs to be busted. Wearing false eyelashes will not make your natural lashes longer or stronger. However, it saves you wearing mascara all the time and mascara can make your own lashes brittle. So perhaps there's just a grain of truth there.

Search the Bookwell directory to find false eyelashes in your locality.