Queenslanders will soon be able to visit Angelica Beauty Salon in their own homes with the opening of a salon.
Key points:The beauty salon will open at the corner of Kingsford Avenue and St Clair Street on Saturday, April 25The salon will cater for clients from all agesThe salon is expected to be open to the public on Friday, April 26 at 9.15am to 9.30pmThe salon, located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, will be the first in Queensland to cater for all-ages clients and is expected by Brisbane City Council to attract thousands of visitors in its first year.
Angelica’s salon, which has been in the works for several years, is set to open to a small group of guests on Friday.
Owner and beauty therapist, Christine Blyth, said it was a dream come true for the salon to be opening its doors to the community.
“The majority of our customers are families who come to us for a holiday,” Ms Blyst said.
“We’re expecting a lot of families coming from Queensland and coming here to visit.”
Ms Blytse said the new beauty salon was a huge win for Brisbane, a city she said had been “very supportive” of Angelica.
“It means a lot to us, especially with the fact that the City Council has supported us so strongly, she said.
Ms Blesit said Angelica would cater for families from all walks of life, and welcomed new business to the area.”
You can tell the difference between a family that’s looking for a professional beauty to do a facelift or someone that’s coming here for the first time to do their makeup,” she said, adding that the salon was open from 10am to 8pm.”
I’m sure people will come from all over Queensland and they’re coming here because they’re looking for their first experience in a salon and they want to be able be comfortable.
“Ms Kelle and her family have been regulars at the salon since their first visit in 2007, and Ms Bleser said they had been looking forward to visiting again this year.”
People love it and it’s something that we wanted to do for years,” she joked.”
And now we finally are able to do it.
“Now it’s just a matter of time.”
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