Drybar Reviews

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    Current Employee - Stylist in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Stylist in New York, NY

    I have been working at Drybar full-time (more than a year)

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    -Great opportunities
    -Can work on a temporary license
    -Plenty of flexibility in scheduling
    -Ability to really build finishing skills, as well as increase retail sales experience
    -Dress code is super easy
    -A really fun environment!
    -Management is good about getting in the trenches and helping the shop run.
    -Snacks in the breakroom. Never underestimate the power of snacks.


    -At times it is frustrating having your shift cut, but this happens at almost any service gig.
    -The hourly pay isn't that great, to really make money you have to sell products, upsell Add on services, and hope for overtime and heavy tippers.
    -No Assistants to shampoo clients or clean the shop; Its all up to stylists/management

Drybar Interviews

Updated Mar 11, 2015

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    Stylist Interview

    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview
    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview


    The process took 3+ weeksinterviewed at Drybar (Newport Beach, CA) in February 2015.


    Applied for this job online. It took almost three weeks for them to respond. When they hold interviews here they will wait for a large group of applicants to choose from. It's basically a cattle call. This interview they call the audition. They were 20 minutes late starting and a lot of the staff members looked as if they weren't sure what was going on. We all brought models in to blowdry. The Newport Beach store was filthy. There was hair stuck in the brushes and in the drawers. The hot tools were old and in disrepair. Some of the heat settings had been burned off. The chandeliers were full of dust and the station seats were dirty and cracked. This poor store gave a bad first impression and it seemed as if the poor staff would bump into one another. The process was simple but the cleanliness was a problem.

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    Reasons for Declining

    Wanted to like this job. The colors and the atmosphere were so cute. I don't want to work somewhere that is unclean and out of control. I didn't care for the products. They too watery and too heavy. Over all, it is cute, but not for me.

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Website www.thedrybar.com
Headquarters Irvine, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2010
Type Company - Private
Industry Consumer Services
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

We are Drybar, a blow dry bar, and we set out to shake up the beauty industry in our own, anti-salon kind of way. We believe in doing one thing and being the best at it. For us, that’s blowouts. In fact, our tagline says it best: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts. What started with one shop in Brentwood, CA has grown to over 40 locations across 8 markets, with more to come. To learn more about who we are and what we believe in, check out our values video: http://www.thedrybar.com/videos/heartsoul

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