How Much Do Eyelash Extensions Cost?

Eyelash extensions can add thickness and length to the natural eyelashes that simply aren’t as long as you want them to be.

During the process, professionals apply false lashes with a safe adhesive, creating a natural look.

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How much do eyelash extensions cost?

Type of Eyelash ExtensionDescriptionAverage Price
Faux Mink Eyelash ExtensionsMuch like the real mink fur, faux mink extensions do look natural from afar, but as the name implies, they really aren't. Faux mink eyelash extensions will resemble mink fur as much as possible and are soft to the touch, made from a high-quality faux material. Unlike real mink fur, faux mink material can keep its curl longer and won't have the animal dander, making it a wise choice for those with allergies.$125 to $185
Mink Eyelash ExtensionsMink eyelash extensions are for those who want extensions as real as possible. Looking very natural both up close and from a distance, mink are some of the thinnest eyelashes you can buy. These lashes, however, can lose its curl when wet and may flop down, requiring more maintenance than other choices.$300 to $500
Sable Eyelash ExtensionsA sable, if you have never heard of one before, is a forest animal native to Russia, known for its darker fur, which, like mink extensions, are also used for extensions. Sable extensions, being the thinnest of them all, are recommended for those who have thin natural eyebrows. The only drawback, to some, will be the price and the fact it comes from animal fur.$350 to $550
Silk Eyelash ExtensionsRequiring little maintenance, silk lashes, from a distance, are natural looking, typically thick at the top and thinner at the bottom, creating a full lash line. Silk extensions are ideal for those who don't want to worry about them when performing any daily activity.$100 to $150
Synthetic Eyelash ExtensionsSynthetic eyelashes, even though they are fake, are dark and thick, often requiring no mascara. On the downside, however, these eyelashes can be so thick, they won't be comfortable as a mink or sable eyelash extension.$70 to $125

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Average Reported Cost: $109.5

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  1. MeeHee (Virginia beach ,  Virginia) paid $69 and said:

    Virginia Beach eyelash extension natural mink & silk 1 hour $69 first time

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Gram (Stockton,  California) paid $150 and said:

    First trip – $150. Took 2 hours. Not really satisfied. In less than 2 weeks the extensions were so sparse they looked terrible.
    I was told NOT to get them wet, which was very difficult but I certainly did the best I could. They still fell out! I was supposed to be able to go 4 weeks and was told the 2nd visit would be $100. Which I felt was high. I haven’t been back yet and am torn as to what I want to do.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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