This Double Bay Brow Salon Looks More Like a 5-Star Resort

Lauren Payne

Double Bay has become a hub for some of Sydney’s most well-known beauty, fitness and wellness brands. Melanie Grant’s skin clinic has resided in the suburb for six years and in November 2018, fitness studio Shelter opened its doors. Now, Kristin Fisher has opened her new salon in the leafy area, offering a unique brow experience.

Fisher is well-known in the Sydney beauty scene for her ability to customise client’s brows to suit their face shape, believing one size and shape doesn’t necessarily fit all. Withtweezing, waxing, eyebrow threading, spray tanning and lash tinting available at the salon, some of Australia’s biggest names in fashion, (like Nadia Fairfax) are always stopping by.

This week, the new Kristin Fisher Eyebrows salon opened its doors for the first time and stepping inside the space is like stepping into a luxury resort. The waiting area has a simple colour palette, with dark green velvet arm chairs and beige sofas framing a dark marble coffee table—all designed with an abstract aesthetic. Texture plays a big part in the space with raffia and velvet décor contrasting the smooth reception desk and speckled floor tiles. 

This is a salon where you can some to relax and feel pampered in one of the most luxurious spaces. With the help of Esoteriko interiors (also responsible for designing Shelter), Fisher’s new salon is a picturesque space that feels glamorous and extremely inviting.

Keep reading to take a tour through the new Kristin Fisher Eyebrows salon.

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