MAP: Get your glam on at one of these dry bar locations in and around Austin

A blow dry bar generally focuses on one thing and one thing only: blow outs. But salons often expand their services to include cuts and colors. Check out what services are offered at the dry bars in Austin.

Blo Blow Dry Bar

With three locations around Austin, this multi-national chain offers blowouts, cuts, color, updos and cosmetics. Clients can also buy manicure and pedicure services. 12600 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. R-115, Bee Cave; 1611 W. Fifth St., Ste. 145, Austin; 11011 Domain Drive, Ste. 112, Austin.

Dry Society Styling Lounge

A locally owned shop, Dry Society Styling Lounge is a classic dry bar, meaning no cuts, no color, with the added perk of makeup services. The business offers customized updos and complimentary cocktails. 10622 Burnet Road, Austin.

Vent Blotique

With two locations in Round Rock and Cedar Park, Vent Blotique offers hair treatments, several different types of blowouts and haircuts. Special hair treatments for frizzy or curly hair are also available. 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. E500, Cedar Park; 4251 N I-35, Round Rock.

Drybar Austin

Part of a national chain, Drybar Austin does nothing but blow outs, offering dry and wet shampoos and several styles of hair. The business also caters to events. 3001 Palm Way, Ste. 142, Austin.

Blo & Glo

In addition to blowouts, this northwest Austin hair salon does haircuts, color, makeup, microblading 3-D brows, lash extensions and facial treatments. There are also special services for brides and bridal parties. 11521 N. FM 620, Ste. 275, Austin.

Blast Blowdry Bar

Offering the typical dry bar experience, Blast Blowdry Bar is a local Austin location that does blow out styles and makeup. 1101 W. 34th St., Ste. B, Austin.


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