The 6 Best Blow Dry Bars in London

Because every girl loves a big bouncy blow out

Let’s be real, sometimes we all just need a bit of a pamper. Whether it’s a new mani-pedi, or a refreshing facial, we all need a little TLC. But what about your hair? For any beauty lover, a fresh blow dry is so satisfying and one of the best ways to treat yourself, and your hair.

So, if you’re stuck for places to go for a pamper, or just really in need of a new salon to try, lucky for you we’ve round up 6 of the best blow dry bars in London.

Daniel Galvin at Selfridges

If you know your hair, then you’ll know that hairdressers don’t come much better that Daniel Galvin. With salons located throughout London, his newest launch at Selfridges is definitely worth paying a visit if you’re in serious need of some glamifying. For a regular blow dry prices start at £52, but if you’re after something extra special, you can pay £100 for a blow dry with the man himself. Even better, while you’re there you can even treat yourself to a whole host of beauty treatments.


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When it comes to a good blow dry, few know more than hair care giants Hershesons. With blow dry bars located all across London, and even at Topshop Oxford Circus, they’ve made having a good hair day easier than ever. For a 30 minute blow dry you can expect to pay £30, but you get to pick from a whole range of key styles. Our favourites include ‘dirty ballerina’ and ‘big and brushed,’ but with so many to choose from, we’re sure you’ll want to try them all!

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Duck and Dry

Since opening their doors in 2014, Ducky and Dry have earned their reputation as one of the best blow dry bars around, especially if you’re in need of an extra special up do. With two locations at Chelsea and Oxford Circus, it’s easier than ever for any city girl to get glam while on the go. Prices start at £32 for one of their signature styles, which include the ‘va va voom’ and ‘beach locks.’ Best of all, you can keep your blow dry bouncy for longer with their new range of hair care products.

Aer Blow Dry Bar

Located at Old Brompton Road, for anyone who wants some serious relaxation, this is the place to go. With head massages, blow dries and champagne, Aer Blow Dry Bar is ideal for any hair care lover, or anyone who really wants to treat themselves. For a standard blow dry, prices start at £35, but if your hair is super long, you can expect to pay £45 for one of their must have styles. Choose from London or Cape Town and decide which city girl you are.


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A new comer to the blow dry game, DryBy has quickly shot to fame as a go to destination for both a blow dry and your nails, and is a favourite with the girls from Made in Chelsea. Located just off Regent Street, this salon is super easy to get to, and you’re guaranteed a 45 minute relaxing treat when you arrive! Offering a capsule collection of 5 classic styles to choose from, for £35 your treatment includes a hair wash, mini head massage, blow dry and hairstyle from the menu.

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Clo & Flo

Based in trendy South Kensington, Clo & Flo is run by two sisters who seriously know how to create a relaxing salon environment, after following in their father’s footsteps. Another favourite of the MIC crowd, you can guarantee one of your best hair days if you pay a visit. With prices starting at £30 for short hair and £35 for long, you can even afford to treat yourself to a Brazilian blow dry for £50, if you’re feeling fancy.

By Kelsey Dring