Consider your #HairGoals achieved! Drybar's Alli Webb is releasing her very first book, and it will include how-to guides for recreating each and every one of the famed blowout bar's dreamy hairstyles.
"Over the years of running Drybar, expanding and developing, watching our stylists at work, I have picked up so much of what works and doesn't work, what my clients like and don't like," Webb, who founded Drybar with her husband and brother in 2010, tells Us. "Then, I'll talk to my friends and clients and they tell me, 'I can't get my hair right!' Or 'I dry it, but it's always frizzy.' I almost feel like it's my duty to release this book."
The Drybar Guide to Good Hair for All will include all 10 of Drybar's styles — including the curly Cosmo, the beach wavy Mai Tai, the voluminous Southern Comfort and the pin-straight Manhattan — broken down step by step. Plus, Webb made sure to choose a different model for each style, giving her the opportunity to offer tips for every girl's unique hair texture.
"Everyone should be able to identify with someone in the book," Webb, who prefers the Mai Tai style, says. "If you have curly hair and want straight hair, or you have straight hair but you want volume, there are so many tips and tricks. Drybar is becoming an authority in the space, so it seemed logical to share this information with the world."
More than anything, though, Webb wanted to offer women without glam squads (or who don't live near one of Drybar's 57 locations) that extra boost at home. "The confidence that you get from a great blowout is one I've known my whole life, since I was a little girl and my mom dried my hair, although I couldn't articulate it then," she said. "But the confidence you get when your hair looks good is priceless."
The Drybar Guide to Good Hair for All ($25) will hit stores and online retailers October 18, 2016.
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