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Blo Blow Dry Bar

Blo Blow Dry Bar

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Toronto, Ontario, M5X 1E2, Canada
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May 1, 2019
All my experiences here have been amazing! Full of talented stylists that always make you look and feel great during and after your appointment. Definitely the place to go for your 'mane' needs!

Jun 29, 2019
Avoid!! What a horrible experience and total waste of money. The person who did my hair clearly had no confidence in what they were doing. Not only did they do a totally different style to what I had asked, the curls that they put in (that I didn’t ask for) lasted less than 10 minutes after leaving the store. They also burnt my head twice. I had to yank away after telling them it was burning. Do not recommend. Worlds apart from other blow dry bar experiences I’ve had.

Jun 1, 2019
My blow dry was rushed (only took ~30mins from wash to finish) and I left with my hair frizzy. After tax and tip I think I paid $55+ so I would expect a better outcome given how much I paid, or at least a more attentive service.

Jun 3, 2019
I was so excited to get my first professional blow out . The stylist didn’t even use a brush to dry my hair , just her hands and then did a quick set of flat irons curls . I was so disappointed. Especially for the price (50$) my friend and I booked together so we had to prepay in advance as a group and weren’t even seated near each other

May 14, 2019
The salon was not very clean, the water was either too hot or too cold and the stylist couldn't control it. The blo dry was not even remotely close to the style I wanted, which I explained but to no avail. I won't go back.

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