Drybar hair salon NYC

After we received a bouncy blow-out last week at Drybar NYC, life improved dramatically: Jake Gyllenhaal look-a-likes opened doors for us, it seemed easier to hail a cab and we spent minimal time fussing with our mane (it lasted for three full days with the help of dry shampoo!”>. Head to any of Drybar’s locations in California, Texas, Arizona and New York where you can score a professional blow-out for just $40 (it’s a flat rate for all hair types and lengths”>.

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While we were tempted by many of the six hairstyles on the menu (such as “The Straight Up,” which is sleek with a little volume”>, we opted for the “Cosmo-Tai,” a mix of beach waves and loose curls.

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Even if you can’t make it the salons, you can still achieve a lovely blow-out at home thanks to the tips we picked up from our stylist, Hoshalah:

  1. Don’t rough-dry. When your tresses are wet, do not shake the dryer (like you would a diffuser”> to achieve sleek strands. Instead…
  2. Angle your tool. Smooth out even the wildest waves by using a round brush and pointing the blow-dryer nozzle in a perpendicular direction to the brush (you should not blow air directly at your mane”>.
  3. Hair has a memory. If you keep doing something over and over, your strands will remember it and follow the pattern. For instance, our guru was able to flatten our cowlick by pulling it straight a few times. Note: Locks retain information until the next time they come into contact with humidity.

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