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Reviewed December 4, 2011
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What You'll Get
Blown air improves the flight of kites, the meaning of kisses, and the infamy of dresses worn by famous Marilyns. Fortify the ferocity of your follicular look with today's deal: for $20, you get a blowout (a $35 value), wash, and floater massage (a $10 value) at Drybar, a hip, scissor-free blow-dry bar in Scottsdale (a $45 total value).
For special-occasion operation and everyday wear, Drybar's lively crew of blowout artists sculpts a wide range of looks, each with its own distinct personality. Achieve the just-rolled-out-of-bed look that lasts all day with a messy, beachy, and playful Mai Tai, or opt for the Southern Comfort blowout to harness the classic charm of voluminous curls. No matter which look clients elect to preside over their heads, every blowout comes complete with an indulgent shampoo wash accompanied by a 10-minute scalp massage administered by Mr. Bubble.
Drybar's elegant interior ensconces guests in a fashion-forward atmosphere adorned with modern-lined furnishings, sleek wood floors, and ivory walls offset by bright-yellow floral arrangements. Call ahead to experience the nostalgic sensation of dialing up a landline and to reserve an appointment for expertly dispensed hair modifications.
Thursday–Sunday appointments are recommended.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At Drybar, a pair of scissors or hair-coloring foil is nowhere to be found. That’s because the business’s founder, Alli Webb, opened the shop strictly for blowouts after her in-home business skyrocketed. Featured extensively in the media, each of the more than 70 white-hued, airy shops revolves around a center bar where customers sit for around 45 minutes as stylists blow-dry, straighten, and curl their hair. From a menu booklet, clients select a cocktail-themed hairstyle, such as The Mai Tai, which imparts beachy waves, and The Manhattan, which streamlines locks with a sleek finish that mimics the straight lines of downtown New York and can be outfitted with a tiny doorman who hails cabs for you. The staff at Drybar also crafts updos, travels on location for an additional fee, offers high-end products and tools available for purchase, and tallies bar tabs so that customers can pay for multiple blowouts at once.