All it took was a little hit to my sense of humor. You see the first thing I saw as I walked to the new blo Brickell at Mary Brickell Village was a pink sign in clean type that reads: ’cause you can’t blo yourself”.
Chemistry was confimed by a brush, a blow dryer and a very talented bloer. My heart and I were in total hair heaven.
All this week I have been reliving every single second of my experience at blo Brickell, the first blo Blow Dry Bar to hit the gorgeously humid and sunny State of Florida. At blo – your hair will get the royal treatment and in about half and hour you will be amazed at what these talented professionals are capable of doing to your hair armed only with a brush, a curling or flat iron.
When I first booked my appointment I thought I would get a regular blo, but once I got there it was really hard to choose from their menu At my bloer’s suggestion I went with hugs, sex and rock & roll. You can’t imagine how happy I was! Well if you are my friend on Facebook, work with me or live in the City of Miami you probably did because I was gritandolo a los cuatro vientos! I. Love. My. Blo!
Oh! and a very important note. The products they use from Unite are amazing – not only do they smell great (I’m talking brownies and cupcakes here) they leave your hair shiny, manageable and feeling clean for a long time (I went for 5 days without washing my hair and it did not feel yucky or greasy AND the styling was still there).
So what are you waiting for? Head on over to blo Brickell and tell the gorgeous Fatima that I sent you! You will fall in love too Lucky for us (and our hair) there is a lot of blo to go around
Disclosure: I did not receive monetary compensation for this post. I received a complimentary blow dry. All opinions expressed are my own.
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What’s a Guayoyo?
= n. In Venezuela a slightly watered down black coffee. Commonly served after meals and a great companion to conversations.
Go Pink, Have a Guayoyo