Gwyneth Paltrow Came to Dallas Bearing a Gift Shop; Now She Comes to Blow Dry Your Hair

Gwyneth Paltrow Came to Dallas Bearing a Gift Shop; Now She Comes to Blow Dry Your Hair

Gwyneth Paltrow loves Dallas. She probably dreams about us. She's borderline obsessed with us. Why are you so obsessed with us?

After her brief stint in Highland Park Village with her pop-up store, Goop, Paltrow went back to her blog to give all of her loyal readers this Dallas Guide, where she managed to find all of Dallas' fanciest shops and wrote things like, "(Grange Hall) just opened an on-site café too, that serves artfully arranged food and an encyclopaedia's worth of teas." We don't know if that's a new word or if she meant encyclopedia. Whatever, it sounds fancy.

Now Paltrow and David Babaii, a man who has been described as "hairstylist to the stars," are coming to Dallas once again with Blo Blow Dry Bar.

Blo Blow Dry Bar will be run by Stephanie, who was not given a last name in the press release, but she has a MBA from SMU, so yay.

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The blow dry bar offers the usual blow out, a blow out with deep conditioning, and even a head massage that's described as "10 minutes in heaven" for $10.

Dallas has plenty of blow dry bars, because we love big hair (right? Do we still love that?), but this one has Queen Bee Paltrow's stamp of approval, which totally could mean she will show up and young white girls will flip their actual shit.

"I am so excited to grow the Blo brand in the DFW market," Stephanie No Last Name says in a press release. "Being native to Dallas, I realized the demand for this type of luxury service and knew Blo was the perfect model. Uptown is the ideal location to introduce Blo to Big D (and) I cannot wait to begin this journey."

Go to Blo and please let us know how it goes. 


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