On March 10th Drybar opened their first location in Virginia in Tyson's Corner and 57th nationwide location.
I got the opportunity to sneak off during my lunch break to join in on the festivities which I was super excited about because I had never gotten a blowout before.
Shocking - I know.
I obviously had heard praises about Drybar for awhile now from numerous friends.
I really didn't know what to expect since have slight control issues with my hair and rarely let people cut/style it but I was willing to give it a go.
When I walked in I knew I was going to love the experience.
Cupcakes, champagne, fun tunes, and smiling faces greeted me for my appointment.
Oh and did I mention Alli Webb (founder of Drybar. above.)was there walking around chatting with clients??
Yep, she's that cool.
I got to chat with her a little bit and she is amazingly sweet and humble.
Fun fact: she started Drybar because she had issues with getting her curly hair done at traditional salons that could contain her naturally frizzy hair(same reason I've always shied away!)
My stylist was amazing and he immediately brought me back to my chair, had me sit my stuff down, and then showed me the way to the room to wash my hair.
Once that was done, it was time to pick my style from the menu (see below).
I was a little lost with just the titles but luckily a lookbook was there to scan through to get visuals on all the styles.
I think I would have been safe with any of them but I went with the Mai Tai (a messy tousled wave).
I really loved the style, speed, and service of the whole experience.
I will totally head back for so many reasons/occasions because honestly - why should I wash and style my own hair when I could have someone do it for me and it lasts a few extra days PLUS you get pampered??
I mean that is a no brainer.
Have y'all been to the new Drybar yet?!