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Browlab: It’s about to get bushy

Samara Gentle

A new local brow bar is overhauling thin, over plucked 80s brows and turning them into thick, luscious, shaped beauties. Owned and operated by local girls Sianne Fitzsimons and Tegan Williams, Browlab in Braddon has opened in the already established Mussen Boutique and is aiming to turn Canberra into the brow envy of Australia.



“Finding a great brow stylist should be your number one beauty priority,” says Sianne, a veteran of the beauty industry.

“Invest in a brow artist that you can trust to give you a natural, flattering shape or in a lot of cases, bring those anorexic arches back from the brink.”



“There is an entire generation of women who have plucked and waxed their brows into oblivion,” Sianne says. “When we do your brows, we work with you to get your brows to where you want them to be.”

Each appointment at Browlab is 30 minutes and aim to educate the client, rather than plucking and pushing clients out the door in 15 minutes. They’ll be honest with you and tell you upfront as to whether your brows are over plucked or an unnatural shape.


“A perfect pair of brows can set and frame your entire face, with or without makeup,” says Tegan, co-owner of Browlab. “Conversely, poorly shaped brows will distort any face.”

With brow idols such as Lilly Collins, Cara D, Hannah Seoul and Samantha Harris in everyone’s Instagram feed, Browlab is sure to become a destination for Canberra women.

The essentials

The place: Browlab
Where: Eloura Street, Braddon
Instagram: @browlabofficial

This article reflects the author’s personal experiences and is not a sponsored post.


Samara Gentle

Samara is a Canberra based freelance makeup artist who specialises in bridal and event makeup but loves the creativity of fashion and editorial. She has a passion for sharing her pro knowledge and seeing other women embrace makeup to help share their personal style. More about the Author