Drybar now open in Brentwood

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Drybar is now open at Hill Center Brentwood. Courtesy Drybar

Drybar is now open at Hill Center Brentwood. Courtesy Drybar

Blow-dry styling salon Drybar opened at Hill Center Brentwood at 213 Franklin Road, Ste. 100, Brentwood, in late October. The 1,450-square-foot location features custom styling chairs, marble bars, built-in phone docking stations and flat screens with movies for customers to watch during their blowouts. Blowout options are bar themed, with options including The Cosmo, The Mai Tai and The Southern Comfort. The location will also offer products from Drybar’s line of styling products. 877-379-2279. www.thedrybar.com


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