Have you ever been at a party and seen a friend who looks 25 again? She’s glowing and her skin looks amazing and when you’re chatting her up, you find out Botox is her beauty secret. But you can’t just ask her how much she paid for her face treatment, so here’s a rundown of the average cost of some popular beauty services.
Nail art - Some nail salons charge by the minute, but most charge set fees based on the design you choose. So you can expect to pay between $10 and $45 for a mani.
Eyelash extensions - Sure, these extensions cost between $100 and $150, and they only last for four to six weeks, so that’s a lot of money. But it seems a little more worth it if you think about not having to wear mascara for 42 days in a row.
Botox - This service is usually priced based on the area you’re treating and the cost depends on the number of vials of Botox needed for that area. It’s usually anywhere from $350 to $600 and lasts between three and five months.
Laser hair removal - The cost of this beauty treatment also depends on which body part you’re dealing with. For your bikini line, you might pay about $350, but getting your legs done could be as much as $600.
Teeth whitening - You can use those over-the-counter strips and they work okay, but if you want to see real results, hiring a pro is the way to go and it’ll cost you about $650. Factors like age and the level of staining can affect the price too.
Microblading - This semi-permanent eyebrow treatment is getting more popular because the results look so good. Microblading involves getting hair-like strokes tattooed on the brows to make them look fuller and thicker. The results usually last from six to 12 months and the service costs between $500 and $900.
Lip fillers - A lot of women are in search of a plumper pout and they’re willing to pay anywhere from $500 to $2,000 to get it. A treatment only lasts from around four to six months, and the doctor you choose and where you live affect the price.
CoolSculpting - This procedure kills fat cells in your belly or thighs by freezing them and the price depends on who much you want to get rid of and which part of your body it is. Treatments range from $2,000 to $4,000.