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December 27, 2018

Drybar Blows Into Waikiki at International Market Place With Opening

Drybar is excited to announce the opening of Drybar Waikiki at International Market Place. The 2,200-square foot location will consist of 14 styling chairs and all of the signature elements that define the unique Drybar experience.

“We are thrilled to welcome the island’s second Drybar to International Market Place,” said General Manager Michael Fenley. “This unique offering differentiates our center and further complements our dynamic shopping and dining lineup.”

At the core of the experience is Drybar’s dedication to over-the-top customer service and obsessive attention to every last detail, and the Drybar Waikiki at International Market Place shop is no exception. The NEW location will offer all of Drybar’s signature services including: 

  • Drybar’s Full Style Menu: 
    • With all styles always available on tap, you can achieve your look of choice from an extensive menu of options including The Straight Up, The Manhattan, The Cosmo, The Mai Tai, The Cosmo-Tai, Southern Comfort, Dirty Martini, The Uptini, Old Fashioned, Shirley Temple or a style from the braid bar. Drybar’s menu has a look for every hair need. 

  • Drybar’s Signature In-Shop Services:
    • Offering in shop services ranging from a Classic Blowout, Uptini (aka an updo), Mudslide Treatment, Bay Breeze Hydrating Shot, Shirley Temple (special service available for ages 10 and under), Barfly Memberships, Dry Pro styling, weddings, group specials and parties, there are endless possibilities.

  • Drybar’s Line of Professional Hair Styling Products & Tools:
    • Aptly named in keeping with the pervasive bar theme, all products are created for the perfect blowout including favorites like Buttercup Blow-Dryer, On the Rocks Shampoo and Conditioner, Triple Sec 3-in-1, Mr. Incredible Leave in Conditioner, Prep Rally, Sake Bomb Nourishing Conditioner and Detox Dry Shampoo.

  • Drybar’s Signature Design:
    • Drybar Waikiki at International Market Place will maintain Drybar’s signature design, including custom Italian chairs, tufted fabric walls, marble bars with built-in phone docking stations and flat screens featuring cult favorite chick flicks. The shop will offer dry-styling, consultations with Drybar’s trained stylists including an interactive quiz to find what hair product works best with your hair type, as well as a test & try station to play with Drybar’s entire product line for customers before purchasing.

Drybar is based on a simple philosophy: Focus on one thing and be the best at it. For Drybar, that’s blowouts.  Coming soon to the Drybar Waikiki at International Market Place location:  A full service bar with Drybar’s exclusive cocktail menu featuring top shelf alcohol, signature cocktails handcrafted by a mixologist, and fine sommelier-selected wines so you can have a drink, or two, while you dry!

Drybar Waikiki at International Market Place – 2330 Kalakaua Ave. Level 1, near Saks Fifth Avenue
Monday – Sunday 10AM-10PM

Appointments can be booked online at www.thedrybar.com, through the Drybar iPhone app or by calling 877.379.2279.

This is Drybar’s 2nd location in Hawaii.  Drybar Honolulu in Kakaako is located at 600 Ala Moana Boulevard.

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