Blown-Out Hairstyles that Don't Suck
- Posted by Kristen on July 14, 2010 at 11:56AM
For me, there's nothing better than having someone wash my hair, massage my scalp and then blow dry and style my hair. Every time I get my hair cut and/or colored, I'm always in awe of a salon blow out (here's how to blow dry your own hair like a pro). But now with the rise of blow out bars (salons that don't cut or color -- just blow) we can all get our salon blow outs on anytime we want.
Case in point: The other day I got so spoiled by MyBlow LA, a newly-opened blow dry bar in Beverly Hills. As I was getting my hair washed, I got "The Heavenly Touch" which was, well, a heavenly, 10-minute scalp massage followed by pretty much the best blow dry of my life. It takes about 30 minutes and is only $35 per blow, which is money well spent for me because I loathe drying my hair, it looks fab and lasts me a few days (check out this super cute, perfect-for-summer updo that works well on dirty hair). I'm seriously contemplating finding a way to budget two blow outs per week at this place
Are you with me on the whole blow dry bar thing? Or do you think is it just a passing beauty fad that's taking away business from traditional salons?
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- EricaF123: I start at the top, thanks for the advice
- acne: I love my hairs because recently I have taken hair straightening. Now I have smooth and silky hairs.
- cp96: i totally get where u are coming from but i still get suckered in every time.
- EricaF123: You've really opened my eye to the benefits of green tea. Thanks!
- MizzPink: I think it's cute BUT this is one trend I won't be doing.
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