Women of Washington, well, the DMV rather, rejoice because what seemed to once be a fantasy, has in fact, turned into a reality.Â You see, drybar, the blowout-only service company which has slowly spread its wings into most major markets, has finally arrived. The day has come.Â Heralded by clients as a God-send, drybar charges a nominal amount for your necessary blow outs.Â As we mentioned in a former article last year, when I had my first drybar experience in LA (studio city) and met with founder Alli Webb, it’s a simple concept, like no-brainer, but in order to make it fun, the gray, bright yellow, “bar”-theme makes the formula work even better.Â Brilliant, I say!
And to get the hype up and running for the Georgetown and Bethesda locations which opened up last Friday, if you spotted the real working hair dryer, “Buttercup”, took a photo with her and Tweeted, Facebooked, you could possibly win a free blowout. Not too shabby, which is what you will look like after your appointment. I have already booked my first DC blowout at drybar (with a floater added, so I’ll get a 10 minute head massage and treatment too total, $50).
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Pamela Lynne Sorensen is the founder of Pamela’s Punch, a platform for profiling people who "make it happen" in the Capital region, reviews & topical blog posts. She launched Punch Enterprises, a connector consulting business in 2015 and Pacific Punch based in LA, in 2012. Pamela comes from an extensive background in sales and business development from a variety of industries, has been involved with charities and fundraising for a number of years and holds several Board and leadership positions. She currently resides in Arlington, VA. Follow her on Twitter at @pamelaspunch.