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Drybar to Open First Northern Virginia Location in March

Photograph of Drybar founder Alli Webb (right) courtesy Drybar.

Just this past June, Drybar announced they would be bringing two more locations to Washington, adding Dupont Circle and Penn Quarter salons to their existing Georgetown and Bethesda shops. This month, Drybar will be adding yet another location in the region, opening their first Northern Virginia location at Tysons Corner.

 “We’re so happy to be heading to Tysons,” said Alli Webb, Drybar’s founder, in a press release. “Our clients have been anxiously awaiting a location in Northern Virginia and we’re so excited to finally make it a reality.”

The salon is scheduled to open on March 10, and as a special promotion in celebration of the new location, Drybar is offering a free full-size bottle of Drybar Detox Dry Shampoo, Drybar Detox Dry Conditioner, and The Morning After Shower Cap (totaling at a $63 value) with the purchase of a blowout during the opening weekend, March 10 through 13. The blowouts are priced at $45, and customers can choose their preferred style from a “cocktail menu” offering, ranging from the volume-boosting Southern Comfort to the tousled Dirty Martini (or, if you have a daughter in tow, there’s the “Shirley Temple,” priced at $28).

The Tysons Corner location will feature Drybar’s traditional interior: custom Italian chairs, marble bars, tufted fabric walls, and flat screen televisions broadcasting popular chick-flick films. The new Drybar will be located at 1961 Chain Bridge Road. Appointments can be booked via the salon’s website.

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.