Last week I had the opportunity to try out Drybar in Chestnut Hill through a Boston Bloggers event. My blow dry was complimentary but all opinions, as always, are my own.
As soon as I walked in the door I was warmly greeted by one of the "Bartenders." She asked me what I would like to drink and of course I chose champagne. She also took my coat to hang. Within seconds my stylist was introducing herself to me and walking me to a chair. Talk about fast service!
Seasons 52 which also recently opened in the same plaza, provided the food. Flat bread pizzas and shot glass sized desserts. . . Yum! Thankfully there was still plenty for me to sample when I hair was complete! I really want to go to Seasons 52 for dinner very soon.
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This was a great event! I had such a fun time. If only I had someone to do my hair everyday. . . I guess then it wouldn't feel like such a treat though, right?!
Drybar is $40 no matter your hair length. That includes a wash, blow dry and style. Well worth the money ladies! I can't wait to go back!
P.S. This was my 2nd professional blow dry experience. My 1st was at Be Styled also for a Boston Blogger event. If I was forced to choose I like the way my hair looked better at Drybar!
P.P.S. I forgot to mention that the entire staff was super friendly and very attentive. They were always cleaning up the counter (used hair brush, empty glass, etc.)
Have you been to a Blow Dry Bar?