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I Am Proof That Natural Haired Ladies Shouldn’t Sleep On The Drybar

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  1. I like that she’s pointed out that she was unsure of they can manage ethnic hair. I’ve had some of the best color/cuts/blowouts by Caucasian stylists! Honey people who are talented with doing hair can do hair and any hair! I’ve been to Ulta and had my hair and color done and she did a fabulous job each time and I was in and out in a timely manner.

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  2. Just PLEASE, do not let them use a round brush! Ask for a paddle brush blowout followed by a light or low heat smoothing with a flat iron. Round brushes ARE NOT for medium to tight curls.

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  3. Yes tried it. no didnt work. walked out with a puff n stuff. lol

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  4. Rose A says:

    I am going to give it try in Dallas. I hope this work for me. I haven’t straightened my hair all summer due to too much heat from previous stylists. I am soo nervous.

    Thanks for the tip!

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  5. Definitely check into the stylist they have there… Every drybar doesn’t have people that can do natural hair… So look into it and ask questions beforehand lol don’t let them folks mess you up!

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  6. My hair was only straightened enough to get the kinks out and stretch it. I believe it really depends on your hair type and the stylist you get. Once I left the salon my hair was pretty much back in its frizzy puffy state, only straighter.

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  7. Drybar come to Toronto pleaseeeee!!

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  8. Cameron says:

    Thanks for this! Natural my whole life. Never EVER had a relaxer and I was super scared to let the Dominicans burn my hair out. I am running to this place and hopefully i have the same great experience as the other young lady did. So glad it’s in DC!! Thanks team

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  9. loveamour says:

    I never been to this place before though there is one in my location. I just assumed they wouldn’t know what to do with my hair. I’m definitely going to check it out now. Customer service goes a long way.

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  10. Amaiya says:

    I love Drybar! I was reluctant at first too. Especially in New York it is easier to find stylists that work with natural hair.

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  11. I’ve been natural for a year now and I’ve been too afraid to straighten my hair! But now that I know Drybar does natural hair, I might give it a try!

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  12. I’m gonna try the one where I live soon!

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  13. wow sounds great have to try it out here in Ca.

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  14. Tia Moore says:

    I will look into this

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  15. I wonder if it works on thick relaxed hair. I stretch for months at a time and my new growth is wild!

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  16. Keia Miller says:

    I’m definitely going to check this out!

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  17. Keia Miller says:

    I’m definitely going to check this out!

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  18. Thank you I just google them here in NYC. Yes going today !!

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  19. Honestly it depends on the stylist you get!! As a former employee I know all about it!

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    1. 4thewire says:

      I SEE they have braids for kids do they braid ADULTS

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  20. They’re amazing. I have 100% thick natural hair and I walked out flowing in the wind!!! Shout out to Daniel at the houston drybar!!

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  21. Yeah. Let me know!!

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  22. I was just considering this. #Sign

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  23. N'Kyiah Sade says:

    && not all dry bar products are good for us natural hair girls. Please make sure you find a stylist that know what they are doing. The yellow flatiron does not gst the hair smooth ar all

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  24. I might have to check them out when I’m in New York next month.

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  25. Yes!!! I was skeptical at first, I’ve had natural hair for more than 5 years now and I did the same thing as the author…went to a Dominican salon for a special event to get a blow out and the heat damage was awful. I went to Ulta for a good cut and they can be very expensive, 60-80 per, 100 plus with a style or treatment. Drybar is amazing, just as she described. It’s beautiful and ridiculously affordable, friendly, experienced stylists ( believe me, I called and asked a few times if they had experience with natural Afro hair) and wonderful service. I plan to buy the membership as the weather cools down…too many good blowouts lost to the humidity this summer lol

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  26. Love it! Some stylists are better than others, but overall they’re very good with natural hair (all hair really). Just make note of it when you make your appointment.

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  27. Yes please ask the front desk “bartender” for a stylist who is well versed in natural hair! And if your hair is very coily and curly dry bar is not for you!!!

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  28. Yes. Dry bars are cool. I just hate that they won’t cut your ends if you’re in need. But cheap and effective for sure.

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  29. Never even heard of a drybar before. Thanks for sharing!

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  30. Nicole says:

    Love this! So happy that you did an article on this.. Will be taking my daughters here for now on to get there hair blown..

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  31. My daughter has been doing this service for years. Not enough AA women know about it or trust it. 85% of her clients are caucasian.

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  32. Great to hear! I have an appointment tomorrow!

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  33. Nakia Cheeks says:

    Blo Blow Dry Bar is another that I now go to instead of Dominican salons. I try to request the same stylists; but if they are unavailable, I specify my hair texture, type and length so that I get a stylist comfortable with doing natural hair. I haven’t had one bad experience yet and I’ve had both African-American and Caucasian stylists.

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  34. Imani Pope says:

    LADIES! It depends on the stylist and your hair type. As someone who knows the technique and used to work for them They have a great atmosphere, but dont go in there trusting everyone. Ask for the best and then relax.

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  35. I just started going to Moxie for my blow out’s and I love it… $25 & your in and out within an hour! I was scared at 1st being natural but they weren’t so what the hell, LOL!

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  36. Me tooooooo lol but the reviews were good

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  37. Blow dry bar is where its at. I too had the same concerns.

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  38. Kikifitz says:

    I’m going to give it a try in Chicago.

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  39. Glowdry is better if you’re in Atlanta

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  40. Debrina says:

    Omg imma definitely check this out n i live in NYC

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  41. Peep this says:

    Is there one in VA?

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  42. Danielle says:

    I’ve been natural my whole like and after moving to Texas 10 years ago and hmgetting my hair chopped off after getting my “ends trimmed” I saw dry bar and gave it a a chance and love it! I always tell the salon I have natural hair and they make sure to have a stylist that knows how to manage and style my hair.

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  43. I am loving the prices!!! Yep going natural can be pricey if you want to blow out your hair often. Thank you!!! I’m going to the Drybar!!

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  44. Yep! I love dry bars. I haven’t tried this particular one but i go to Blo Blow dry bar. Been once and haven’t turned back. My hair comes out looking bomb for only $40. I go to the same person and my hair be on fleek. Silky straight.

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  45. Curly Sue says:

    Nice! So glad they have one in Boston. I’ll definitely be making an appointment soon. Thanks Necole and team 😘

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  46. destiny hodge says:

    has anyone tried a stylist out in bethesda Marilyn ?

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  47. Selena says:

    You might have inspired me to give Drybar another try. Two years ago I visited the Georgetown location and have sworn them off ever since. I have super curly hair and made sure to let the salon know when I was booking my appointment. The stylist was, in fact, not familiar with curly hair and washed my hair in hot water, put next to nothing in product on it before blowdrying and didn’t even comb it out before blowdrying. She even used a curling iron afterwards (my hair isn’t that diff. to straighten) and my hair not only felt incredibly dry but the style only lasted about 30 min. after leaving the salon before it got frizzy. :-/ Glad others have had a great experience though. I’ll give it another go but i’m sure it also definitely depends on the stylist.

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  48. Dee Perkins says:

    I’ve been several times it’s worked about 95% of the time, I love it though. I’ve gotten a couple of stylists who didn’t straighten my hair enough so by the end of the night I had an Afro.

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  49. Ashley says:

    😭 Hope there’s a salon in Mississippi.. This sounds amazing. Thanks for sharing !

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  50. Kat says:

    I was curious one day and went into DryBar just to see if they would have someone that could smooth out my kinks. OMG some time later I left out with a flowing bob of hair. It was humid outside so the slick look didn’t last very long but I need to go back. I like DryBar.

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  51. LoudestWhisper19 says:

    Sounds interesting enough. Maybe I’ll give it a try in the near future.

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