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Cherry Blow Dry Bar Continues to Expand Throughout Philadelphia

Cherry Blow Dry Bar Continues to Expand Throughout Philadelphia Published on Franchising.com  on February 13, 2019 Second franchisee-owned salon set for development in Newton community Cherry Blow Dry Bar - an expanding franchise that provides premium express services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments - is making its way into Newtown. While no lease has been signed, the future Cherry Blow Dry Bar salon of Newtown will be owned and operated by husband and wife team, Dr. John and Alison Cacchio. In addition to the Cacchios, a second development release was signed by another local couple, calling for a location on the Main Line. “We’re excited to bring Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Newtown,” expressed Alison, “There isn’t a salon like Cherry Blow Dry Bar that exists in our area, and it’s a completely different beauty business for Newtown. Sometimes all a woman really needs is a blowout or a quick hair-do, and most salons typically aren’t willing do just that. With Cherry’s extensive menu of hair styling, hair care, and makeup services I’m confident that we’ll become a trusted go-to salon for women in our community.” The Cacchios are no strangers to business as they own and operate their own dental practice, the Cacchio Dental Group, which has been a staple in northeast Philadelphia for over 35 years. “Cherry Blow Dry Bar has built a successful name for itself in New Jersey, and there’s a reason so many women love it and why more salons are popping up. We look forward to being a part of Cherry’s growing footprint,” said John. “A genuine customer review - especially by word-of-mouth - can go a long way, and generate more referrals than advertising can. My wife and I have worked hard to build a trusted dental business in Philedalphia, and we’re determined to do the same with our Cherry Blow Dry Bar salon. Our goal is to make our salon the number one choice for women in the area.” Cherry Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts for hair of any length starting at about $35. Customers can pick and choose from the salon’s styling menu which includes nine different hairstyles - from updos and beachy waves to braids and voluminous curls. Salons offer three types of memberships, starting at about $59 for two monthly blowouts. Although Cherry Blow Dry Bar primarily focuses on blowouts, other beauty services such as hair extensions, treatments, makeup application and even scalp massages are also offered. "Our continued growth throughout the East Coast and beyond is a true testament to the brand’s appeal,” said Fred Vicario, CEO of Cherry Blow Dry Bar. “We couldn’t be more excited about further expanding our footprint throughout Philly, and adding the Cacchios to our team. Their perspective on business and practices are impressive, and their passion and enthusiasm for the brand align with what we look for in franchisee partners. I’m confident that the Cacchios will operate a successful salon." Today, there are 18 salons open and operating in seven states - Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Louisiana, and Virginia - with nearly 80 more under various stages of development throughout the country. For more information about Cherry Blow Dry Bar, visit www.cherryblowdrybar.com. Find the full article: here

Cherry Blow Dry Bar to expand Houston footprint

Cherry Blow Dry Bar to expand Houston footprint Published on houstonchronicle.com  //  mysanantonio.com  //  lmtonline.com  on February 11, 2019 A New Jersey-based beauty salon franchise is expanding into Houston. Cherry Blow Dry Bar plans to open eight Houston-area salons after signing three new franchisees. Franchisees Tisha and James Adams plan to open a hair salon at 2162 Spring Steubner Road in Spring. They have committed to opening three additional locations over the next several years. Shazia and Hamza Darugar are opening a salon in Cypress, whose location is yet to be announced. Joe and Vanessa Greenwood have yet to sign a lease, but are looking to open a salon in Sugar Land, Missouri City or Katy. Both couples plan to open additional locations. Cherry Blow Dry Bar, launched in 2013, entered the greater Houston market last year with a salon in Bryan-College Station. The New Jersey-based hair salon franchise specializes in blowouts starting from $35. Consumers can choose from nine different hairstyles, including updos, braids and curls, as well as hair extensions, scalp massages and makeup services. Cherry has 18 salons in eight states: Alabama Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia. The chain is looking to expand rapidly and has 80 salons in the pipeline. Find the full article: here  // here  // here

21 Celebrity Hairstyles That'll Make You Want to Change Up Your Look

21 Celebrity Hairstyles That'll Make You Want to Change Up Your Look Published on oprahmag.com  on February 6, 2019 MariLynne Cosmillo,  Cherry Blow Dry Bar 's director of education comments on trending looks and offers styling tips! Raise your hand if you bring a photo of a celebrity's mane whenever  your 'do needs a breath of fresh air.  Yep, same. Whether you're dreaming of balayage highlights or looking for  curly-hair inspo , celebrities like Sandra Bullock,  Michelle Obama , Jennifer Lopez, and Viola Davis serve up plenty of excellent examples. File their latest looks to get your next cut just right... View the full gallery slideshow: here function initWindowFocus() {window['window_focus_for_click'] =wfocusnhinit("https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/conversion/?ai\u003dCQuBPVk_sW9DwH8yBMaq5hdAP_Jim8U3Oz73Y6gLAjbcBEAEgAGDJrrSN8KSwEIIBF2NhLXB1Yi0xMDM3MzczMjk1MzcxMTEwyAEJ4AIAqAMBqgTmAU_QTi4v5LtBBVG-g0h87dpMK5oaJcEcAJbMMadcUZkVkCg7s15qtDPQmI3-4UohCR-V2xBM6eqEBKNj-lqdTF8yqODTU0Z_TNjasXCrbQSUkjyKZtp85dGkNSZ2rlzZZ3_i8rfEEN3fOAx6_X1oAPeTW_s5sT4jcHfJ4_WPHaWI57e3t-Picidk3XMylP_ywd86YSMkLIIVLlghHfzIk6OkO1_oeiCRijsLjCtisxsbZxyXqs4JELk8TTg7pDimL_EPLJn2asDeKLc2IlGCXqA6O_YJlrIwaNHp3yaz-1cAKz3JGJS04AQBgAbPqMfvmMb2j02gBiGoB6a-G6gH2csbqAfPzBvYBwDSCAUIgGEQAQ\u0026sigh\u003dFSKKoZr9rE8","Vk_sW4PWHNCNMOGluIAJ","CNDz5-yo1N4CFcxADAodqlwB-g");}if (window.wfocusnhinit) {initWindowFocus();} else {window['google_wf_async'] = initWindowFocus;} osdlfm(-1,'','BLsyyVk_sW9DwH8yBMaq5hdAPAM7PvdjqAgAAEAE4AcgBCeACAOAEAaAGIdIIBQiAYRAB','',1480116331,true,'ud\u003d1\u0026la\u003d0\u0026alp\u003dai\u0026alh\u003d3062686491\u0026',3,'','//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/activeview?avi\u003dBLsyyVk_sW9DwH8yBMaq5hdAPAM7PvdjqAgAAEAE4AcgBCeACAOAEAaAGIdIIBQiAYRAB',''); googqscp.init([[[[null,500,99,2,9,null,null,null,1]]],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,0]); if (window.top && window.top.postMessage) {window.top.postMessage('{"googMsgType":"adpnt"}','*');} (function(){window.viewReq=[];window.vu=function(b){var a=new Image;a.src=b.replace("&","&");viewReq.push(a)};}).call(this); vu("https://securepubads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/adview?ai\u003dCQuBPVk_sW9DwH8yBMaq5hdAP_Jim8U3Oz73Y6gLAjbcBEAEgAGDJrrSN8KSwEIIBF2NhLXB1Yi0xMDM3MzczMjk1MzcxMTEwyAEJ4AIAqAMBqgTmAU_QTi4v5LtBBVG-g0h87dpMK5oaJcEcAJbMMadcUZkVkCg7s15qtDPQmI3-4UohCR-V2xBM6eqEBKNj-lqdTF8yqODTU0Z_TNjasXCrbQSUkjyKZtp85dGkNSZ2rlzZZ3_i8rfEEN3fOAx6_X1oAPeTW_s5sT4jcHfJ4_WPHaWI57e3t-Picidk3XMylP_ywd86YSMkLIIVLlghHfzIk6OkO1_oeiCRijsLjCtisxsbZxyXqs4JELk8TTg7pDimL_EPLJn2asDeKLc2IlGCXqA6O_YJlrIwaNHp3yaz-1cAKz3JGJS04AQBgAbPqMfvmMb2j02gBiGoB6a-G6gH2csbqAfPzBvYBwDSCAUIgGEQAQ\u0026sigh\u003dSjGAZiMDJhg\u0026tpd\u003dAGWhJmsjfViFUOFr26hSKMmS_USrlvMLWZY-XADtfkEys4aNtXcc6tMWuPLyadWtV_JyIQx9Av4ckbKfGL8u4PCX_hoxfoCm-8Kf3LfSQllj2AXoKIx2IyZJsEuPna83S1U2d8OOiee8kPWqxnng4geVmuf7lxEJ7sFtofJLVieTP7-oA-lRpm5iyp797x0fO-86Ri5P9MqrIlzANY4S6vFLtbCVl48f6kp-EjzFc2F9b52LNBzuG08GJq7-8D79ug-w96JgCcI48rtIvGrsfHOQtAVg6CUQ3pPw825iqFEaYrUlCgBQywqGqU4dkoSDufZ3rEy9sYWDsE47Zox-I_latLqDIHn9h4Enk_cH4swoSlz4ocU_2rY0qG7plxmWQFM-6SQfXxioEmaaQNVEsXc94pz5yZxxqR9OP3n0V8CIdEe-_YU9-nOmifulKeQe2VYH_t4nOiUd5Hz-ZDbsWdWcL7kGKAR0tUhvh4eK2gviHoWN7CckRjDzIYPxf5VCI2L7Zb0YRZTMCbgf_8ZVhqWIDa-suvtSQgd3Iaf4N8Gn_tJlomoKzeLRj5HG2w-KAFg1sMNXsxjzABfqTsQ0LfsufsBPNIPa4akZyerxuBGXdH-GH3s-l1nxrMErR5zlF3vHYDhCKdGp_Kn8B-EB_nonlfaFImPFZ8vcvLDOXFeI0Dz_3XT7IAWJ5XJ6epksEjmXWhzUbvBOFkilwPW1GEvWGsqhZVmF7bLklnNDxwVJF1UQIY2dlm4cq-G_GdXc4S8MRr_YIqCnFiZC49y8mtc") rubicon_cb = Math.random(); rubicon_rurl = document.referrer; if(top.location==document.location){rubicon_rurl = document.location;} rubicon_rurl = escape(rubicon_rurl); window.rubicon_ad = "3162067" + "." + "js"; window.rubicon_creative = "3169883" + "." + "js";

Cherry Blow Dry Bar Expands Into Houston

Cherry Blow Dry Bar Expands Into Houston Published on Franchising.com  on February 1, 2019 Premium blow dry bar salon continues regional expansion in the Lone Star State Cherry Blow Dry Bar - a rapidly expanding franchise that provides premium express services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments - is continuing to grow its footprint throughout Texas with the development of three additional salons in the greater Houston area. The New Jersey-based franchise has signed three separate development deals to bring the second wave of Cherry Blow Dry Bar salons to the Houston community. The first development deal, signed by local couple Tisha and James Adams, have committed to opening four salons over the next several years. Their first salon will be located at 2162 Spring Steubner Road, Spring, TX, and is estimated to open later this year. Their Spring salon will service several communities: Spring, Houston West, Vintage Park, River Oaks, Midtown and West University. “We are excited to open our first Cherry Blow Dry Bar salon and to be the first one in Spring,” expressed Tisha Adams. “Cherry’s affordable prices and simple menu offering of high-quality services make it the go-to salon for women. There’s a need for a salon like this in the community, and with the opportunity to establish a convenient location for women and girls, we’ll be able to help them look their very best for any occasion from work, to dance competitions or a night on the town.” The other two development deals are signed for single salons that will be owned by two other local couples. While no leases have been signed, Joe and Vanessa Greenwood are looking to establish their Cherry salon in one of the following communities: Sugar Land, Missouri City, Katy and several others. Shazia and Hamza Darugar are the proud owners of the soon-to-be Cherry Blow Dry Bar of Cypress. The new development deals come a little over a year after Britany Graham first brought Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Texas with her salon in Bryan-College Station - she is also committed to opening additional salons in the greater Houston area. The second wave of expansion is a part of the company’s plans to establish eight salons within the greater Houston community over the next several years. “We couldn’t be more excited about the three couples we are working with,” said Fred Vicario, CEO of Cherry Blow Dry Bar. “They are dedicated to Cherry’s goals and their personal values align with the brand as well. I am confident that all will be successful, and each salon will play a pivotal role in our continued growth into the Houston community.” Cherry Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts for hair of any length starting at about $35. Customers can pick and choose from the salon’s styling menu which includes nine different hairstyles - from updos and beachy waves to braids and voluminous curls. Salons offer three types of memberships, starting at about $59 for two monthly blowouts. Although Cherry Blow Dry Bar primarily focuses on blowouts, other beauty services such as hair extensions, treatments, makeup application and even scalp massages are also offered. “Growth in Houston is key to growing our footprint in the state of Texas,” added Vicario. “The new Houston locations will open the doors for more guests to experience every service Cherry offers.” Today, there are 18 salons open and operating in seven states - Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Louisiana, and Virginia - with nearly 80 more under various stages of development throughout the country. For more information about Cherry Blow Dry Bar, visit www.cherryblowdrybar.com. Find the full article: here

Cherry Blow Dry Bar Continues Homegrown Expansion

Cherry Blow Dry Bar Continues Homegrown Expansion Published on Franchising.com  on February 1, 2019 New Jersey franchise set to open Princeton salon Cherry Blow Dry Bar, an expanding premium salon franchise that offers express services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments, is continuing to expand in its home state of New Jersey. The franchise is bringing its first salon to the Princeton community. The new salon - located at 610 Nassau Park Blvd. - is slated to open spring of 2019. It will be owned and operated by husband and wife team Jay and Tejal Patel. “There is a definite need for a business like this in our community. I struggled to find a blow dry bar concept that could meet my hair needs, which is what led me to open a Cherry Blow Dry Bar salon,” expressed Tejal. “I want to provide a salon that will be every woman’s one-stop-shop for blow dry bar services. Cherry has so many affordable, luxurious services, and I can’t wait for the rest of the community to enjoy the experience as much as I already do.” Tejal and Jay both work in the medical field as an oral surgeon and family physician, respectively, while raising two kids. The Patels saw an opportunity to invest in a business that provides them with the support to become successful entrepreneurs; additionally Cherry combines business with Tejal’s passion for hair and makeup techniques and services. Cherry Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts for hair of any length starting at about $35. Customers can pick and choose from the salon’s styling menu which includes nine different hairstyles - from updos and beachy waves to braids and voluminous curls. Salons offer three types of memberships, starting at about $59 for two monthly blowouts. Although Cherry Blow Dry Bar primarily focuses on blowouts, other beauty services such as hair extensions, treatments, makeup application and even scalp massages are also offered. “As we continue to expand our footprint, it’s critical to find the right franchise partners who are passionate about the brand,” said Fred Vicario, CEO of Cherry Blow Dry Bar. “This is why we couldn’t be more excited about welcoming Tejal and Jay to the team. Today, there are 18 salons open and operating in seven states - Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Louisiana and Virginia - with nearly 80 more under various stages of development throughout the country. For more information about Cherry Blow Dry Bar, visit www.cherryblowdrybar.com. Find the full article: here

SAY GOODBYE TO HAT HAIR WITH THESE 5 TIPS

SAY GOODBYE TO HAT HAIR WITH THESE 5 TIPS Published on thechilltimes.com  on January 7, 2019 - this article features tips and suggestions from MariLynne Cosmillo, director of education and operations for  Cherry Blow Dry Bar Winter hat season is here. As exciting as that is – getting to pull out favorite beanies or berets – it also means  hat hair . For as cute as hats look, they can leave behind an awful mess. Sure, loose curls or undone waves look great underneath the cap, but once it comes off it can be pure mayhem. Think: static, flatness and all around chaos. No more! To help tackle these unwanted issues, we spoke with a couple hairstylists to get the best tips and tricks to prevent and control hat hair. From styling techniques to product recommendations, see what simple solutions the experts had. Because you shouldn’t have to forgo this season’s best accessory to have good-looking locks.  Use Extra Moisturizing Hair Products to Avoid Static  Static becomes such an issue in the winter thanks to the lack of moisture in the air. “If your hair is a bit dry itself, you can be sure static will hit,” explains, MariLynne Cosmillo, Director of Education for Cherry Blow Dry Bar’s. So once the temperatures start to dip, she recommends changing to a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Try something like  Verb Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner , $16 each.  Salon SCK hairstylist, Devin Toth has this same recommendation. “The best approach to eliminating static hair in the winter is to use more generous amounts of your conditioning products, which will weigh down the static and keep it at bay,” he says. “So in the shower, go ahead and condition your hair, roots to ends, as opposed to just the ends.” You can also use a conditioning mask once a week, which will not only help seal in moisture to prevent static, but it will also boost your hair’s shine. Now, who wouldn’t want that?  If none of this seems to work, just keep some dryer sheets in your purse and use them to calm static when needed. “When static comes, just wipe your hair with it like you would with a towel,” says Cosmillo.  Massage Products into Strands to Add Lift  If a hat’s sitting on your head for long periods of time, it can easily flatten any lift of volume at the roots specifically. To gain this sort of style back, try massaging products like texture sprays. “Apply the texturizing product to your root area evenly and massage it in to get it to work,” says Cosmillo. Toth continues, “aggressively massage your scalp with your fingertips to work the product in. This technique will loosen up that stiff hat hair.”  With that being said, steer clear from hair sprays or any other product with high alcohol counts. These will only dry out your hair and bring back the dry hair problem that is static. That’s why a texturizing spray like  Herbivore Botanicals Sea Mist Texturizing Salt Spray  is ideal, because it has hydrating ingredients like aloe and calming lavender to keep hair healthy and happy all winter long.  Flip Your Hair to Liven it Up  If you’re like me and not really one to remember to pack the product in your purse, flipping your hair can also help bring a little volume back. Cosmillo recommends flipping your part for a “fast pick me up.” Toth recommends flipping your head completely forward and tousling the strands with your fingers or a brush, moving from the roots downward. “The bristles [or fingers] will simultaneously separate all hair strands from one another and remove excess oil (sebum) from your scalp,” he says.  While this works for straight hair, if it’s the style you don’t want to mess it up. So to add lift without harming any waves, Toth says, “just press the boar bristle brush to your scalp and rub it in a tiny circle at your roots instead of brushing it through. These tiny rotations will still separate strands of hair from one another and liven up the flat style.” When You Put on Your Hat, Push it Up a Bit  The hat you wear and the way you put it on can have a major effect on how your hair looks once you take it off. First, Cosmillo recommends beanies that are lightweight, soft and loose so as not to press down hair at your crown or cause a crease below your ears. When putting this loose, soft beanie one, she also recommends pressing up the sides, just a bit. “This will push your hair up too,  helping to avoid your hair from laying flat underneath.”  Wear Your Hair In A Wavy Style Underneath One of the main issues people deal with when they take a cap off is that crease that indents where the cap sat. The best and really only way to combat this is to wear a style that sort of compliments it. “I recommend wearing a style thats complimenting for a hat, like a relaxed wave look,” says Cosmillo. “It will appear more intentional to have a little crease in your style that flows with the others.” To mimic the indent, use a straightener to create the bends rather than a curling iron or wand. Embrace the Hat Hair  If all else fails, just embrace the look for the season. “Personally, I don’t hate hat hair,” Toth says. “I think it can be very endearing, nonchalant and uncontrived and I love it when people just embrace the season with their hairstyle.” Just think, you’re far from the only one dealing with these problems. So just enjoy all the gorgeous style of hats and wearing them while you can. Happy hat season! 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