Cherry Blow Dry Bar Brookhaven To Grand Open February 10

The salon will soft-open at the end of January.

Cherry Blow Dry Bar, a franchised salon concept offering blowouts, hair extensions, makeup services and treatments, is set to open its third salon in Atlanta.

The new Cherry Blow Dry Bar, at 3575 Durden Drive NE Suite 305 in Brookhaven, will soft-launch late January and celebrate its Grand Opening February 10, a company spokesperson Thursday told What Now Atlanta in an email.

Franchisee Christian Pillat and his partners are behind the new salon, one of three Atlanta-area locations for the group.

“I am thrilled to expand Cherry Blow Dry Bar’s footprint in Georgia,” Pillat said in a prepared statement.

“As a Georgia native, I chose to grow with Cherry Blow Dry Bar because of the respectful and genuine hospitality they project on each employee and franchisee. Offering uplifting services to all women, Cherry Blow Dry Bar is a phenomenal beauty niche in the market and I truly believe this brand will continue to grow.”

Cherry Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts for hair of any length starting at about $39. Customers can pick and choose from the salon’s styling menu which includes nine different hairstyles.

“Christian and his team have done a fantastic job already with the existing location in Buckhead, and we are confident he will see this same success in Brookhaven,” Fred Vicario, CEO of Cherry Blow Dry Bar, said.

“Our proven business model paired with a seasoned entrepreneur leader like Christian is a winning combination, and we’re confident his location will thrive.”

There are 11 salons open and operating in seven states (California, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Alabama and Virginia) with nearly 25 more under various stages of development throughout the country.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.

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  1. I’m surprised at this. I went to the one in Midtown and would never go again. Wasted my money. Nice space; mediocre stylist.

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