Drybar San Francisco

Reviewed by: Toni Kervina

1908 Fillmore Street
Between Pine and Bush
San Francisco, CA 94115

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Opening Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Price: $$
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More About Drybar San Francisco:

You're no round brush pro. Fillmore street salon Drybar might put an end to your self-inflicted style snafus. Toni and Guy-trained founder Ali Webb, her SF partner Lindsay Glasser, and their team of tress tamers have a fresh approach to kicking frizz. The philosophy is simple: no cuts, no color, just blowouts (for just $35 a pop). Style options include the Mai Thai (soft beachy waves), Southern Comfort (sweet and girly), or the self-explanatory 100 percent vamp. You'll be date-ready in a flash, with Moroccan Oil and Kerastase prods (assuming you want to leave the 1,000 square-foot salon). Inside, it's cheery yellow and white, just like the Brentwood and Sunset locales. Features like cozy Italian seats, a marble bar, and flat screens looping chick flicks make Drybar a cool hang.
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