- Courtney Akai Lash Boutique
501 Fifth Ave., nr. 42nd St., Ste. 1211; 212-867-8469
In a private, pink-washed studio, Akai paints on LashDip, a mascara composed of black pigment, acetone, and stearic acid that’s made to last six weeks and won’t smear or flake. Best of all, it doesn’t have to be removed at night ($250).
- Marie Nails
166 Elizabeth St., nr. Kenmare St.; 646-912-9655
The import from Los Angeles’s Koreatown opened its second location in February to better serve the masses clamoring for three-week-lasting Calgel manicures in solid colors, glitter gradations, or topped with art ($35 and up).
- JJ Eyelashes
41 Wooster St., nr. Broome St.; 212-966-1160
This spare Soho salon, which opened in December, is perpetually filled with women getting customized, insanely natural-looking lash extensions that last for a month (from $150), while enjoying complimentary foot massages.
Lipstick and Eyeliner
56 Spring St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-431-1124
The Singapore-trained staff uses vegetable-based dye (applied with a tattoo gunlike gadget) to line your upper lids in black ($450) or stain your pout with one of three red shades ($925). The artwork takes two hours, but lasts three years.
- Jared Riccardi at Patrick Melville Salon
45 Rockefeller Plaza, nr. 50th St., third fl.; 212-218-8650
Getting hair extensions used to be a four-hour ordeal, but Invisi-Tab locks go on in an hour and stay in place, via keratin tape pressed around a few natural strands, for three months ($2,200, for a full head of unprocessed hair).