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Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Studio at Sephora

597 Fifth Ave., at 48th St.; 212-980-6538;

With a background in both aesthetics and architecture and a clientele including Jennifer Lopez, the Romanian-born waxing maven Anastasia Soare is known for perfecting the art of the Hollywood arch. Soare trains her technicians to assess each client’s bone structure to ensure symmetry. Sessions are $32.

Courtney Akai Lash Boutique

594 Broadway, nr. Houston St., Ste. 610; 212-226-2166;

Cosmetics vet Akai was one of the first eyelash-extension artists in New York. A full set ranges from $300 to $500 and takes up to two and a half hours.

JJ Eyelashes

30 E. 76th St., at Madison Ave., mezzanine (various locations); 212-517-5522;

Founder May Lee personally trains the staff at her Herald Square eyelash academy, where they go on to apply insanely natural-looking lashes that last for up to six weeks at one of her four Manhattan salons. A full set starts at $200.

Maribeth Madron

17 E. 71st St., nr. Madison Ave., fifth fl., at Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger; 212-535-3519;

Madron has done work for runway shows (Christian Dior, Betsey Johnson) and television (The Bachelorette, The Oprah Winfrey Show). A favorite of designers Jade Jagger and Tory Burch, she focuses on creating a balanced and full shape ($125).

Ramy Spa

343 E. 30th St., nr. First Ave., Ste. 19J; 212-684-9500;

Ramy, who has his own makeup line, goes for an eye-opening arch while leaving the brow as full as possible. He uses a tweezers-only approach, taking into account each client’s bone structure, eyes, age, and hair type to create the most flattering shape (from $85).

Sania's Brown Bar

48 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-247-1129;

A former brow specialist for Bergdorf Goodman, Sania Vucetaj skips the wax and goes straight for the tweezers ($75). Men’s brow shaping also available ($65).


595 Madison Ave., at 57th St., Ste. 1304 (various locations); 212-223-2872;

Shobha Tummala’s chain of laid-back threading and waxing salons caters to clients with sensitive skin. To reduce any redness, each session ends with a rosewater compress (starting at $22).


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