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Cherry Blow Dry Bar To Open In Shrewsbury

Cherry Blow Dry Bar To Open In Shrewsbury Published on Patch.com  on April 27, 2018 The salon would be the first in Massachusetts for the franchise. SHREWSBURY, MA—The rapidly expanding franchise Cherry Blow Dry Bar is opening its first salon in Massachusetts, which happens to be in Shrewsbury.  Cherry Blow Dry Bar  provides express services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments. While a lease has yet to be signed, husband and wife Jeeva Sivaprakasam and Prema Jeevanantham, who will own and operate the new salon, are aggressively seeking retail space in Shrewsbury. They expect to open this fall. "We are excited to introduce this amazing lifestyle and beauty concept to the Boston metro area," said Sivaprakasam in a statement. "Cherry Blow Dry Bar's top-tier, convenient and affordable world-class beauty experience is what really stood out to us. With a unique membership model, Cherry Blow Dry Bar is a place where women can come together, relax and treat themselves- no matter the occasion. We look forward to introducing our specialty glam services to local consumers." 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. Subscribe "Our continued growth is a true testament to the brand's appeal and consistent customer satisfaction," said Fred Vicario, CEO of Cherry Blow Dry Bar, in a statement. "We couldn't be more excited about welcoming Jeeva and Prema to our team of franchisees. We welcome them to the Cherry Blow Dry team and are confident their location will thrive." Today, there are 16 salons open and operating in six states – Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama and Texas – with nearly 25 more under various stages of development throughout the country. Find the full article: here

National Salon Franchise Opening Blow Dry Bar in Metairie

National salon franchise opening blow dry bar in Metairie Published on N ola.com  on March 7, 2018 Cherry Blow Dry Bar, an express service hair salon that offers memberships, is looking to  set up shop  in Metairie. It will be the New Jersey-based franchise's first salon in Louisiana. The salon is scheduled to open in May and will be located at 210 Veterans Memorial Blvd. The owners, cosmetologist Shalanta Jackson and her husband, Oliver Jackson of New Orleans, said the salon will be one of three they hope to open over the next few years.  "We are thrilled to bring Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Metairie," Shalanta Jackson said in a news release. "We look forward to introducing our specialty services along with our affordable and convenient membership model to local consumers." The salon offers services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments. Customers can choose from a menu of nine hairstyles and offers three types of memberships at various cost levels, starting at around $60 for two monthly blowouts. The Cherry Blow Dry Bar brand was founded in 2013 and has salons operating in eight other states.  Find the full article: here

Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Open First Louisiana Location

Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Open First Louisiana Location Published on F ranchising.com  on March 6, 2018 Cherry Blow Dry Bar - which provides premium express services including blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments - is continuing to expand nationally. The Cherry Hill-based franchise is set to open its first Louisiana location in Metairie. Located at 210 Veteran Memorial Blvd, the new salon is slated to open in May and will be the first of three that franchisees Oliver and Shalanta Jackson hope to open over the next several years. “We are thrilled to bring Cherry Blow Dry Bar to Metairie,” said Shalanta, a certified cosmetologist who will own and operate the salon with her husband, Oliver. “The Cherry Blow Dry Bar concept and business model has proven strong and is seeing rapid expansion throughout the country. Cherry Blow Dry Bar is a phenomenal beauty niche. We look forward to introducing our specialty services along with our affordable and convenient membership model to local consumers.” 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 Shalanta and Oliver to the team. They are both hardworking individuals who share the same values as we do and both will be instrumental to introducing the brand in Louisiana.” Today, there are 13 salons open and operating in seven states - California, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Texas and Virginia - with nearly 25 more under various stages of development throughout the country. For more information about Cherry Blow Dry Bar, visit www.cherryblowdrybar.com . About Cherry Blow Dry Bar Launched in 2013 and franchising since 2015, Cherry Blow Dry Bar is an expanding franchise that provides premium express services including hair blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments for a perfectly finished look, all at affordable prices through a unique membership model. Today, there are 13 Cherry Blow Dry Bar salons open and operating in eight states, with nearly 25 more in various stages of development. For more information, please visit www.cherryblowdrybar.com . Contact: Leah Cotton Franchise Elevator PR (847) 239-8141 [email protected] SOURCE Cherry Blow Dry Bar Find the full article: here

Time-saving hair tricks!

Cherry Blow Dry Bar’s MariLynne Cosmillo provides a time-saving hair trick to achieve perfect wake-up-and-go hair in the morning. Published on Shape.com  on February 6, 2018 MariLynne's tip is #2 of 5 below: 5 Bedtime Hair Hacks That Will Save You Time in the Morning Make your mornings go faster with these stylist-approved tips. Getting out the door each morning can be a hassle—especially if you have to build extra time into your morning routine to do your hair. Try these five time-saving tricks, straight from the pros, before you go to bed. They’ll help you get perfect wake-up-and-go hair in the a.m. 1 - Get effortless beachy waves with multiple braids.  "This is great for long, damp hair. The key is quantity: Don't do just one or two braids. Do two in the back and one on each side of your head. Use a coated hair tie; don’t use a rubber band, because that may cause breakage. Make the braids pretty loose. In the morning, brush your hair for more wave and body. Then use a finishing spray, a soft, light-oiled product that'll create shine and smoothness." —Andrew DeShon, stylist at Spa on Penn in Kansas City, Missouri 2- Go Princess Leia for soft curls.  "When your hair is slightly damp, part it down the middle, all the way down the back of your head, to create two sections. On each side of your head, create coils by twisting the section of hair away from your face and loosely twist it into a bun, securing each one low behind your ear. Use bobby pins or a hair tie that isn't too snug. Wake up and shake out your hair from the roots for soft, natural-looking waves. Finish with a texture spray or hairspray to hold the body and fullness." —MariLynne Cosmillo, stylist at Cherry Blow Dry Bar in Cherry Hill, New Jersey 3 - Get more mileage out of your blowout with a silk scarf.  "Starting at the nape of your neck, twist your hair and pull the hair up. Pin the ends with a few bobby pins. Then tie a silk scarf around your head. In the morning, unpin the hair and comb it out." —Janet Zeitoun, stylist in Beverly Hills, California 4 - Brush, brush, brush for super-shiny locks.  "If you’re going to bed with dry hair, use a boar bristle brush and brush your hair from top to bottom. I call this the 'Marcia Brady technique.' Do it 25 to 50 times per side. This will take the oil off your scalp and move it through the hair. It will keep the hair cleaner longer, and the oil will help smooth the hair and increase shine." —Andrew DeShon  5 - Curl and pin your hair for relaxed waves.  "When your hair is damp, put mousse in it. Next, either use rollers or create roller-like curls all over using your fingers. Put bobby pins in the curls to keep them tight. Wake up and let that hair loose. Put on some finishing spray for flawless curls. The curls will look tighter than beachy waves but looser than ringlets. To relax the curls, gently run your fingers through them." —Rose Mares, stylist at Spa Pechanga at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California Find the full article: here

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