What you need to know this instant.

FOR:
hair

Best Blowout Bars in the Country

Have you ever been stranded in an unfamiliar city with no one to turn to and no one to blow out your hair? We've created a comprehensive guide to prevent that from happening ever again. Because the only thing worse than being lost in translation is being lost in translation with bad hair.

Drybar, Dallas

There are Drybars in tons of US cities and the company is expanding rapidly. Founder Alli Webb is completely devoted to giving the best, affordable blowout. No matter how difficult your hair may be, it's a flate rate of $35. During the process, they play romantic comedies (muted with subtitles) to keep you entertained. Plus it's all nice and clean. We love it here. Can you tell?

4222 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, 214-989-6136, Thedrybar.com/dallas

Keep up with the Lucky team on Twitter:

FILED UNDER
hair
KEYWORDS
hair

more on luckymag.com

Beauty Obsession: Cynthia Rowley's Colorful Spring Makeup Collection for Birchbox

Cynthia Rowley has teamed up with Birchbox for a second time, launching an expanded range of core products and a seriously dreamy spring collection.

Good As New: 10 Great Places To Shop Repurposed Vintage

Because hemp fiber and vegetable dyes aren't the only roads to supporting sustainable fashion, we've rounded up 10 clothing lines made from repurposed vintage clothing and surplus factory fabric.

Would You Pay $1,290 For A Pair Of Saint Laurent Tights?

It's a well-known fact that Hedi Slimane's covetable star cardigans and babydoll dresses retail for quite a lot of cash, but the designer's also got a $1,290 pair of fishnet tights up for grabs, touted as the perfect way to "move from conference room to cocktail party."

BREAKING: Drew Barrymore Just Had Her Baby—And She Has The Cutest Name Ever!

Olive has a new little sister, everyone!

11 Sustainable Brands That Are Changing The Face Of Eco-Friendly Fashion

Click through to meet (and shop!) the next generation of Stella McCartneys and Maiyets—brands we'd happily shop even if they weren't sustainable. (The fact that they are, of course, just makes them all the more awesome.)