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Paltrow, Babaii Join Blow Dry Bar

May 28, 2014

'Blo' welcomes actress and celebrity stylist to roster.

Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and hairstylist to the stars David Babaii have joined forces with Blo Blow Dry Bar.

Blo is thrilled to align with Gwyneth Paltrow, the company contends. David Babaii, nicknamed ‘The King Of Curls’ by Vogue Magazine, has a roster of A-list celebrity clients around the globe.

“I cannot wait to grow Blo with Gwyneth and David. They are the perfect fit for our company,” said Ari Yakobson, Blo Blow Dry Bar’s CEO. “This combination and a proven business model is exciting. This is a tremendous benefit for our current and future Franchise Partners; our loyal guests are going to love this collaboration.”

Blo reinvented hair care as the first to market the no cuts, no color concept and has grown to be the largest Blow Dry Bar chain in the world with locations in United States, Canada, Asia and Europe with many more bars opening soon.

More info: www.blomedry.com
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