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Want a Red Carpet Blow Dry? Just Take a #SELFIE

It is said that a woman’s hair is her crowning glory and it’s true, we do feel glamourous when our tresses are freshly coifed. Just because it’s no longer Red carpet season, doesn’t mean you can’t still have red carpet hair. Add in the fact that spring – the time of fresh and new – is officially here, it is time for some fabulous new hair. Thankfully Red Door Spa is here to give you a hair makeover. The famed spa introduces the Red Carpet Blow Dry, a new express beauty service that instantly repairs and smoothes hair for a silky, shiny finish. The Red Carpet Blow Dry combines deep conditioning using a unique formaldehyde-free keratin protein infusion to strengthen and nourish lackluster tresses, along with a revitalizing blow dry to maintain professional results for up to 3 shampoos. Created for all hair colors and lengths, this treatment is the pick-me-up hair needs after a harsh winter. The best part is, it only takes 15 minutes and can be added as an enhancement to any hair service.

To celebrate this new service, The Red Door Spa invites you to snap a selfie of your fabulous blowout for an extra special treat. Instagram a selfie of your blowout between now and March 31st, using the hashtag #TheRedDoorGal and tagging @RedDoorSpa, show to the front desk team upon checkout for $10 off your blowout. Enjoy this new service at all Red Door Spa locations.

And if you want to fully experience The Flat Ironed Blow Dry Bar, stop by The Red Door, the newest Red Door Spa outpost in Union Square and experience The Red Carpet Blow Dry or any of the other amazing hair service.

Now excuse us as we go take a #selfie

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