east-coast trademarked chain brand of blow dry bar blowout hair-styling salons, oneblowdrybar® hair-styling salons provides blow dry/out hair-styling services. which is also known as “blowouts”! regardless of hair length our blow dry/out hair styling is one single price point.
oneblowdrybar brand mission
“bestowing affordable blowdry hair with each one blow dry bar blowout hair-styling salon destinations”.
October 2014, oneblowdrybar partnered with Macy’s Inc., to bring our blowout hair styling affordability to the Macy’s Herald Square Shopper. On July 22, 2016, oneblowdrybar latched our Macy’s Herald Square blow dry bar in Manhattan’s Garment District! oneblowdrybar blow dry bar opened it’s doors on Macy’s One Below level on West 34th Street & Broadway. oneblowdrybar at Macy’s Herald Square, one below, 151 West 34th Street, New York, NY 10001, USA,
Red Bank, New Jersey – Our First oneblowdrybar blow dry bar blow out hair styling destination
The oneblowdrybar blow dry hair salon brand of blow dry bar locations were established on October 25, 2011, via legal-zoom by oneblowdrybar inc. Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Aurelio Ventrella Jr. The oneblowdrybar opened its doors on March 23, 2012 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Making oneblowdrybar the first blow dry bar blowout hair salon in the entire state of New Jersey! Monmouth County oneblowdrybar at Red Bank is located at 116 Broad Street, Red Bank, New Jersey 07701, USA
oneblowdrybar® trademarked chain brand of East-Coast blow dry bar and blowout hair-styling salon
A simple idea during a dark time that Aurelio Ventrella Jr. CEO & Founder, had for a new business adventure. A hair and beauty salon that didn’t do any coloring nor cuts, only blowouts, brazilian blowout smoothing treatment and full-face makeup application.
At the age of 27 back in 2007, I found out I had breast cancer. Which was unbelievable, because only 1% of men get this deathly disease. My journey with breast cancer had begun. After all the surgeries said & done, I still had breast cancer. I felt that the only end result was death at times. So after all the surgeries , my doctors decided that I would undergo chemotherapy. This had lasted for long period of time, which was very draining & overwhelming. I did it all alone, kept it from my family and friends because I was embarrassed of having breast cancer.
where there’s a will, there’s always a way!Michelle Bouganem, My GrandmotherDuring my off days from chemotherapy (only when I was well enough), I would go to an traditional salon/spa for facial or massage. I needed the strength to keep fighting; at this point on my journey, I was losing hope. I had met about 14 different types of incredible women in the lounge area, which I had befriended over a period of time. I would meet them on different appointment days in the lounge area while waiting for my appointment patently.
They would keep me very entertained with their gossip on each other, stories etc. I even started to look forward on my days off from chemotherapy. They would complain about not knowing their blow-dry pricing until the end of their service. They also felt’s that the hair treatments were an expensive service that didn’t lasts long for the price they where charged. They also mentioned not being able to schedule makeup appointments until the weekend. The traditional salons didn’t have a makeup artist on staff during the week.
never take no for answer! always find a Michelle Bouganem, my grandmotherI would hear this complains nonstop for months, it became embedded into my brain. At that point, I had got an idea! I said to myself, if I make it through the cancer, ill start my own business “concept”. A concept, that would charge one single price