Drybar Georgetown Offering Half Off Services Through Wednesday

Alli Webb wants to apologize for last week’s fiasco.

By: Diana Elbasha

In an unfortunate turn of events founder Alli Webb called an “embarrassing technicality,” Drybar Georgetown abruptly closed its doors Friday, effectively canceling the day’s scheduled appointments and directing walk-ins to the second location in Bethesda. According to a spokesperson for the salon, the salon failed to adequately file its business license when it opened last fall and was forced to close until the issue was resolved. To the relief of blowout-addicted Washingtonians, the salon reopened a day later and is now back up and running as usual, except for one thing: Drybar wants to make up for lost time—and then some—and is thus offering 50 percent off all services through Wednesday, August 28. The news comes from a note straight from Webb, below:


How’s that for a silver lining? Appointments can be made online.


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