A Popular International Beauty Hot Spot is Coming to Milton
The town of Milton has recently welcomed a lot of new and exciting establishments. Recently the town's first ever escape room opened, and now it has been announced that a blow dry bar will also be opening.
Blo Blow Dry Bar - North America’s original blow dry bar and the world’s largest blow dry bar franchise - recently announced that it will be opening a location in Milton.
The blow dry bar will be located at 13 Charles St., Unit 101, and will be owned and operated by Parul and Bijal Patel.
"We always knew we wanted to have our own business and decided on Blo Blow Dry Bar because we both absolutely love the concept and truly feel blow outs are an affordable luxury that more and more women are turning to," Parul Patel, Blo Milton franchise partner, said in a press release.
"As a growing and vibrant community, Milton is home for us and a perfect market for Blo. We look forward to providing guests with fabulous hair at Blo Milton - the only one of its kind in the area!"
Blo Milton was officially open as of Jun 8, 2019.
This is Blo Blow Dry Bar's 17th location in Canada.
"We are thrilled to announce the opening of Blo Milton and welcome franchise partners Parul and Bijal to our growing Blo family as we continue to expand our footprint across North America," Vanessa Yakobson, CEO of Blo Blow Dry Bar, said in the release.
So, what exactly can people expect from Blo Milton?
As noted in the release, Blo Milton will offer hair services, in addition to makeup services provided by expert makeup artists.
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Blo Milton will be open from dawn to dusk seven days a week.
Walk-ins will be accepted, however, online reservations are available at blomedry.com or via the app (available for IOS or Android).
Appointments can also be made by calling 365-877-9525.
Will you be visiting Blo Milton when it opens?
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