|The only "selfie" you'll ever see me post and I couldn't even put my face in it.|
A friend mentioned how Drybar was amazing and only $40 so I tried it before MFR's holiday party. Since then I've been going once every two weeks. For others, paying someone to dry your hair may seem crazy but I've spent money on way more ridiculous things.
Here's why I love it. First off, they are super convenient. I usually make an appointment but I've also done walk-ins. The one I go to is two blocks from my gym, so I can get in a morning workout, shower, makeup etc... and walk over to DB. For the next hour I enjoy drinking coffee, reading my
That plus the added bonus that my hair looks a million times better than when I do it myself and it lasts for at least three days. Since initially falling in love with DB, I have gotten a Barfly membership. For $75 it's 2 blowouts per month, one with a floater (15 min scalp massage - heaven.)
I would love to go more but twice a month is the perfect amount; it still feels like I am treating myself. I strategically plan out my days when I have important meetings, social events or just the day after a long run because it's that relaxing. They have locations in CA, NY, TX, GA, AZ, IL, MA & DC. Their products and equipment are top notch and they ask lots of questions to make sure you get exactly what you're looking for. I am a fan of the Manhattan or Straight Up with a floater.
I've never had the same stylist twice and I've always been 100% happy with the outcome. Not to mention, their whole bar theme is so simple and catchy. I follow Ali the founder on Twitter and she seems like a pretty cool gal who I'd want to be friends with. If you have any issues with styling your own hair, I'd try one out ASAP. And if you're one of those women who can just wash, air-dry your hair and have it look flawless - then we can't be friends.
I am sure this appears that Drybar is paying me to talk about how amazing they are, unfortunately (for me) no compensation was received for this post. All these over-the-top lovefest comments and opinions are my own. If you had my hair, you'd understand.