Picture it, you need the most perfect eyelashes for something that you're attending and you don't really have the time to stop to get them. If you're already at the mall and pass by a vending machine that had them, would you consider this a miracle?

Some would say that this is a strange place for a vending machine. Nevertheless, one that has to do with eyelash extensions, I would say its genius. This convenient location is a really smart idea.

Those who are into beauty, makeup, and getting glammed up may understand the struggle of needing a pair of lashes to add to an inspired look. 

What's the difference between eyelash extensions and strip lashes?

I have gotten both done before so thankfully I know what I'm talking about. Eyelash extensions, you typically get done by a professional who applies fake lashes by putting each single lash onto yours. These would be more expensive than purchasing them on your own.

Strip lashes are the ones you can purchase in the store, along with glue and a tweezer, and put on yourself. It depends on the person, budget, and location of which would be better suitable.

Whether you're going out for the night, on vacation, or simply to wear on a date, they really do make eyes pop.

Check out these pictures of the Hudson Valley's eyelash vending machine.

Allison Kay
Allison Kay


Allison Kay
Allison Kay

Depending on length and volume, you can choose from 25 MM, 20 MM, Faux Minks, and more. They also have a pack of goodies including lip glow, a pin, candy, and more. The option of purchasing a tweezer set and eyelash glue is available.

The company behind this hidden gem is Nessa's Lovely Lashes.

You can find them on Instagram here.

Stop by the following location to check it out for yourself and grab a pair of lashes for the next time you need them.

Galleria at Crystal Run

1 Galleria Dr, Middletown NY 10940

Did you ever see this before? Would you make a purchase from this vending machine? Let us know below.

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