Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest. That’s what makes the Dry Bar concept such a brilliant one. Popping up all over the country from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Dallas and beyond, Dry Bar’s concept idea is to offer hair blowouts for a low price, with no cuts and no colors. They understand that most of us prefer having someone else blow dry our hair and make us look terrific. And that’s just what Dry Bar aims to do.
Now, they are expanding even further, opening Dry Bar New York in September of 2011 to offer New Yorkers the same great services they’ve been offering customers at close to a dozen other locations. They’ll be at the corner of 16th Street and 5th Avenue in the Flatiron District.
Dry Bar New York will have the same chic design, the same concept and the same exceptional service. As Rebecca T. explained after her Dry Bar experience, “This place is my own version of Heaven. I am a “barfly” and go in about twice a month for a blowout, glass of fruit infused water or wine and a chick flick. Everyone does a great job.”
Dry Bar New York will have a similar menu of choices as do the other Dry Bar locations. Their menu includes Hair Shots (small, but strong rejuvenation); Floaters (10 minute scalp massages during the shampoo); Dry on the Fly (housecalls); UpTini (an updo); Shirley Temple (for ten and under); and Dry Pro (on-set hairstyling for films and photo shoots). And they will have the same attention to detail and vibe offered at their other booming Dry Bar locations.
Get ready, New York, for Dry Bar New York. A whole new concept in beauty.