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Stylish Savings on Eyelash Extensions, Designer Maternity Apparel, and a Luxury Spa Day

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Ladies and gentlemen, you are just $70 and about two hours away from thicker, darker, longer eyelashes. Yes, boys, too! Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is good for a stunning 75 percent off ($69 for $275) of a full set of women's or men's eyelash extensions at Enchante Day Spa & Salon.

The cruelty-free, semi-permanent, synthetic silk extensions bind to your own individual natural lashes, for a lengthening and darkening effect that lasts for 2-3 weeks. Each sessions lasts about 1.5-2 hours, and refills are usually applied every 2-3 weeks, as your natural lashes fall out and take the attached extensions with them. Choose from black or brown, and a variety of lengths.

Groupon

Save 50 percent on designer maternity apparel at Pickles & Ice Cream. Dresses, tops, and accessories by designers like Maternal America, Milkstars, Belli, and more. From cocktail dresses to diaper bags, this half-off coupon ($25 for $50) is good for 90 days after purchase. Limit one per person, one additional as a gift; limit one per visit. Not valid for sale items or online purchases.

Living Social

• SMILE! Today you can save 88 percent ($39 for $329) on a dental exam (kids, teens, or adults) that includes an X-ray, regular cleaning, and a take-home whitening kit at Spectrum Dental. Limit four per customer, additional as gifts; limit one per customer, per visit. Valid for children over 12, appointments required; new customers only.

Travelzoo

Enjoy a fabulous day at the Mokara Spa, located at the AAA 4-Diamond Omni Houston Hotel (Galleria). This $105 voucher includes a massage or facial with a mask, and includes a gift bag and a $15 dining credit to Noe Grill. Don't want to choose? Get both a facial and a massage with the gift bag and dining credit for $199.

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