Where To Get The Best Blow-Outs Around Australia

We’ve rounded up the country’s hottest blow dry bars so you can that fresh hair feeling, no matter where you live.


The cool-girl blow-dry: Coogee Pavilion x Blow Bar Co

If ocean views, mimosas and a stylish blow-out sound like your kind of morning, then step into Merivale’s Coogee Pavilion. Teaming up with Blow Bar Co, this collaboration means you can get your hair done at one of Sydney’s coolest locations. From $45.


The banker blow-dry: Blown Lux Bar

Popping out for a quick freshen-up at lunchtime? This team has you covered. As Barangaroo’s go-to pamper destination, Blown Lux also covers make-up and event packages (plus a cheese platter to die for). From $55.



The edgy blow-dry: Brooklyn Beauty Bar

From a classic blow-out to a beach-wave finish and an elegant French twist up-do, this rustic, edgy style salon caters for all. Its locations near the CBD and on James Street also mean you can indulge in retail therapy. From $49.



The chic blow-dry: Hair.Do by Joey Scandizzo

From dry styling to a specialised upstyle, Hair.Do is a go-to for Melbourne shoppers. It’s located on the ground floor of Myer Melbourne City (another is at Myer Southland), and you’re in good hands with this team: celebrity hairstylist Joey Scandizzo was named the 2018 Australian Hairdresser of the Year. From $35.



The signature blow-dry: Blow Dry Bar

The name says it all, really. Blow Dry Bar (also in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane) has put itself on the map thanks to signature glossy, bouncy blow-dries. To keep up the shine, get VIP status by signing up as a member. From $50.



The millennial blow-dry: Full Spectrum Hair Concept

While this salon does everything from a cut and colour to extensions, the blow bar is a stand-out. Decked in Insta-friendly pink, its five-style blow-out menu promises divine results. From $45.


This article originally appeared in the December 2018 issue of marie claire.

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