Drybar opens another DC location, this one in Penn Quarter

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1006 E Street, NW

On the tail of the Dupont location opening in October a reader reports:

“Drybar Penn Quarter opens Dec. 17”

“Drybar’s refreshingly simple concept: ‘No cuts. No color. Just blowouts’ has captivated a legion of loyal clients across the country.”

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  • ah

    Is the second picture of DryBar or the lingerie store next door?

  • I wish Dry Bar hired better stylists. Most are not very good in the DC/MD area anyway. The owners must not pay the employees much. It is not a good value for what you get. I will go to a Hair Cuttery or Bubbles type place. They are not great either but much less expensive. I’ll go to a more upscale salon for a special event.

    • Bubbles does not charge less. Maybe if you have short hair? I have shoulder length and get charged $45 at both places.

    • Serious question because I literally have never felt the need to go to one of these places. Why do women get blowouts if it’s NOT for a special event? I’d really only consider places like these if I was going to a wedding or something….

      • I have long, curly, frizzy hair that is a pain in the arse to deal with. The professional blowout looks better and it’s a big time saver since the blowout lasts almost a week. The thorough wash and nice products they use also help my dry hair and scalp. If I had more money I would go once a week, but for now I treat myself a couple times a month.

        • Ahhh…. I see how that could be useful then. My hair is pretty thin and straight so I guess it’s just never even occurred to me! Thanks.

          • My hair doesn’t do well with a blowout either. It makes all the shorter fine hairs stand out from the rest, and any curl or wave they put in falls out within an hour. But I have friends with thicker, frizzier hair for whom it makes a huge difference, and looks great for days.

  • Still not open.

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