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Scott Reynaud

People to Watch Class of 2015

Photographed by Jeffery Johnston

Co-Owner & Principal Stylist, Jupiter Salon

“I think the salon profession chose me,” Scott Reynaud says. “I have always been creative and I enjoy working one on one with people on their image. I feel that hair has an important role that defines the way people see themselves and how others see them.”

Reynaud loves being part of the process of reinvention that can center around a dynamic hairstyle change. But that’s not the only dynamic force of change that Reynaud has put his energy behind.

His Jupiter Salon, which he runs alongside his wife Alicia Alonzo­Reynaud, is the first private service concept salon in the city. His Jupiter Oil product line is environmentally friendly with low impact packaging, and a smartphone app called Spa Foo that will connect people with licensed service providers is in the works and will be the first of its kind.

“At the same time I’m also painting a series of 20 oils of Native American Indians,” Reynaud says. “I have a hard time finding time to paint, but I’m getting close to completing the collection.”

With so many things happening at once, Reynaud manages to stay focused on the local community, which he says is the key to all of his success.

“I love this city and appreciate all of the support that I have been given over the years,” he says. “I also look forward to seeing the city progress into the future and grow. I will continue to work hard and make the city a place known for not only food and music but also for style.”

 

 

 

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