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 leading source of information for the “who, what, when, and where” of Washington, DC’s elite social, professional, and philanthropic scene, which she founded in November of 2006. In 2012 she launched Pacific Punch, based in Los Angeles. 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, Virginia and when she’s not out on the town, she’s reading or writing while sipping fine wine, or traveling the country and the world ISO adventures, beauty, fun, food, style, libations, music, and the good life. Follow her on Twitter at @pamelaspunch.