Twirl Takes Austin and Brings Back Paris!

Twirl Takes Austin and Brings Back Paris!

Featured Image of Twirl Salon Owner, Lisa Weller, by Josh Huskin. This image is from the Hair Passport project inspired by ‘Reclaimed’ exhibition @rubycity. In collaboration with @joshhuskin + @twirlsalon ? #hairpassportproject

There is something exceptionally special about two time San Antonio Fashion Award winner Lisa Weller’s, Twirl Salon. Whether it be the impossibly chic vibe that radiates throughout the salon or the way in which each stylist intuitively enhances each client’s natural beauty, Twirl’s following is something worth talking about. With the massive success of the San Antonio salon well under their belt, it’s no surprise a second location has now opened in a second city. Enter, Austin, Texas.

Twirl ATX, the little sister, is a one stop shop for all things hair. Located within the 25 year old beloved Sabia Apothecary the vision for this Twirl annex is to plant the seed for growth much like Weller did with the San Antonio location 10 years ago by offering a boutique hair experience.

Twirl girls having fun at the new location in Austin, TX. Photo courtesy of @TwirlSalon

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The location is currently staffed for hair services part time by Weller and stylist Olivia, who will be transferring full time as the year progresses.

Olivia of Twirl ATX, photo courtesy of @TwirlSalon

In addition to hair services, the location is open every day as a place to shop for some of the best hand picked, non-toxic beauty brands and wellness items. Currently, this exclusive inventory offers the following brands:

  • Cult classic, Oribe
  • Parisian favorite, Christophe Robin, whom selected Twirl ATX as the first place in Austin to carry their products.
  • Gryphe and IvyRose, a line of kid friendly products started by Twirl client and supermodel Karolina Kurkova.
  • Act + Acre, a scalp care focused line created by Weller’s friend and fellow fashion show circuit pro Helen Reavey.
  • Harry Josh Pro Hair Tools, a professional line of hair tools by celebrity hair stylist Harry Josh.

Photo courtesy of @TwirlATX

Photo courtesy of @TwirlATX

Erika of Twirl Salon using Harry Josh Pro Tools, photo courtesy of @TwirlSalon

Keeping these posh brands company are the hair inspired art pieces of San Antonio artist, Kelly O’Connor.

Collage piece by Artist Kelly O’Connor, photo courtesy of @KellyOConnor_Art

The innovation that is continuously produced by Twirl has defined growth and seems to be flawless. In keeping with this DNA induced growth we at Style Lush TV were pleased to learn after speaking with Weller that come March 2019, after her return from the Paris Fashion Week, she will be launching a hair accessories store which will include items sourced from Paris, Jennifer Behr, and some of her very own custom pieces. Commissioned custom pieces will be available and a trunk show will be scheduled upon completion of her first collection.

Lisa Weller in an Ashley Williams London hair pin, photo courtesy of @TwirlSalon

With much anticipation we invite everyone to stay tuned to Twirl’s Instagram @twirlhairatx and the Style Lush TV Calendar for all the details on the shoppe’s upcoming events. Insider detail: look out for some fun Twirl ATX events during SXSW. To set an appointment reach the stylist via email at [email protected] or text Lisa at 210.426.1482 and Olivia at 956.592.2259. A salon services menu is available on Instagram and should be noted additional services include makeup applications, hair accessory fittings, lessons, house calls, and personal shopping.

Crystal Martinez
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A lover of vintage, Crystal is known for her unparalleled curation, styling, and buying power of 20's, 30's, 40's and other vintage decades. A current resident of San Antonio, Texas, Crystal enjoys offering her skills to private clientele and has been a freelance fashion contributor for Style Lush TV for several years. She  believes fashion serves the soul and can take you on a journey. Whether it's a creative feeling from the past or an example of self expression in the present, fashion is transcendent.