Rae Cosmetics moves to W. 38th Street

Rae Cosmetics relocated in September to 1206 W. 38th St., Ste. 3102, Austin, from its previous location at 237 W. Second St. Founded by Rochelle Rae, the cosmetics company was originally located in the 26 Doors Shopping Center on 38th Street from 2007- 2014, before moving downtown for fi ve years. 512-320-8732. www.raecosmetics.com
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