Don’t let a budget rain on your parade — drybar makes blowouts affordable

As someone who knows all too well how much a blowout can cost, I felt like I had just found LA’s best kept secret when I stumbled upon drybar, Brentwood’s new blow dry salon.  Yeah yeah, not exactly WeHo, but it’s too good not to mention!
Many women know how important a coiffed mane is for interviews, meetings and parties, which is why you see a majority of them flocking to their nearest salon in search for the best blow out they can find.  Unfortunately, they’ll end up paying at least $65 for their style — and usually that doesn’t include a wash or take into consideration the length of hair.

Drybar offers an affordable solution that doesn’t compromise a fabulous experience.  On Brentwood’s San Vicente Boulevard, whisk yourself away to a white relaxation station that looks more like getaway than a regular hair salon; a little bit modern, a little bit country, but completely fabulous.  With five different blowouts (Straight Up, Mai Tai, Southern Comfort, Manhattan, Cosmopolitan), late hours (open until 8:00 p.m. Thursday – Saturday), and online booking, what’s NOT to love?  Furthermore, they have a “Spirit Director” that’s in charge of making sure everyone enjoys adult refreshments and “feels like it’s their birthday” when they visit.

The blow dry comes with a wash — add on a “floater” (10 minute scalp massage) to indulge yourself even more.  The best thing is the shampoo bowl chairs don’t look like scary dentist chair contraptions; it looks like something you’d have in the comfort of your own home.

Don’t have time to visit the salon?  Order a “Dry on the Fly” for only $75 and they’ll come to you!

Drybar.  No cuts. No color.  Just blow drys.  Only $35.

Published by Mentervention

Insert witty description here.

One thought on “Don’t let a budget rain on your parade — drybar makes blowouts affordable

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s