• By Lisa Brody

Drybar coming to W. Maple; first in Michigan

Drybar, which offers “No cuts. No color. Just blowouts,” will open its first Michigan location in downtown Birmingham in the former Lucy location this summer.

Drybar, which began in Los Angeles, is now in 22 states, offering different styles for blowing out women's hair, wash included. Now with over 70 locations around the United States and Canada, Alli Webb recalls she began the company as a side business when she worked as a full time hairdresser with the late John Sahag, first in 2008 as a home business called Straight-At-Home, providing in-home blowouts on a referral basis in LA. When her business and popularity outgrew her one-woman show, she decided to expand and start Drybar.

The Birmingham location, at 137 W. Maple Road, will be Drybar's first Michigan location offering a variety of styles, from straight, old Hollywood, loose curls, messy beach-style hair, tousled, or up dos. They even do wedding parties and children's hair.

Drybar also offers a line of their own products for purchase.

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