Janet St. Paul Studio for Hair and Beauty relocates, is named Phyto Paris U.S. flagship

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Janet St. Paul Studio for Hair and Beauty relocated to 110 San Antonio St., Austin, from its previous location at 830 W. Third St. on June 1. The original location opened in November 2011.

The hair salon has also been named the U.S. flagship store for the French luxury haircare brand Phyto Paris.

In addition to their award-winning hair and wedding services, the new location offers facials and skincare services, waxing, makeup application, and brow and eyelash services.

Owner Janet St. Paul has 25 years in the hair industry. Her clients have included Diane Sawyer, Martha Stewart, Sigourney Weaver and Vanessa Redgrave.

512-474-5000. www.janetstpaul.com
By Emma Freer
Emma Freer began covering Central Austin for Community Impact Newspaper in 2017. Her beat includes the Travis County Commissioners Court and local business news. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in 2017.


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