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Drybar Blows Into Glendale

Drybar is pleased to announce the upcoming opening in Glendale, CA, scheduled for this Spring. This 1,800 square foot location will consist of 10 styling chairs and will feature all of the signature elements that define the unique Drybar experience.

“We are so excited to be opening in Glendale,” said Alli Webb, Drybar Founder. “Having opened our first shop in Brentwood, being a Cali girl myself and I am thrilled to be opening our 20th Southern California location” Drybar Glendale will be located at the Americana at Brand and neighbor Diane Von Furstenberg, Lacoste and Kate Spade New York. 


Drybar is based on a simple philosophy: Focus on one thing and be the best at it. For Drybar, that’s blowouts. The idea was a natural one for curly-haired founder Alli Webb, a longtime professional stylist, who grew tired of overpaying for blowouts at traditional salons. Named one of the top “100 Brilliant Ideas” by Entrepreneur Magazine and one of New York Magazine’s Boom Brands, Drybar provides professional blowouts at a flat price, regardless of hair length or thickness (wash included!). The list of signature styles reads like a traditional cocktail menu: the Cosmo (lots of loose curls), the Straight Up (straight with a little body), the Southern Comfort (big hair, lots of volume), the Mai Tai (messy and beachy), the Manhattan (sleek and smooth) the Dirty Martini (tousled and textured) and, for the little ladies, the Shirley Temple.

At the core of the experience is Drybar’s dedication to over-the-top customer service and obsessive attention to every last detail, and the Glendale shop is no exception. It will feature Drybar’s signature design, including custom Italian chairs, tufted fabric walls, marble bars with built-in phone docking stations, and flat screens featuring cult favorite chick flicks. Drybar also offers a full line of professional hair styling products & tools, aptly named in keeping with the pervasive bar theme, all of which were created for the perfect blowout. The line launched exclusively with Sephora in March of 2013, and is now sold both online and in its own shops, as well as at Sephora and Nordstrom in the U.S. and Canada, and select Ulta Beauty and select Bloomingdale’s doors nationwide. “The Drybar Guide to Good Hair For All,” the first book by Alli Webb published in October 2016 by Abrams Publishing, made the New York Times Bestsellers List. With additional store openings on the horizon in Miami, New York and Charleston, the brand is on track to have over 85 locations by end the 2017.


Drybar Glendale at The Americana at Brand – 120 Caruso Avenue, Glendale, CA 91210

MondayWednesday 7AM-8PM, ThursdayFriday 7AM-10PM, Sat. 8AM-10PM and Sun. 9AM-7PM*.

Appointments can be booked online at, through the Drybar iPhone app or by calling 877.379.2279. *Store hours are tentative and subject to change. 

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