After spending ___ (triple-digit figure) to replicate the cut and color of ___ (summer-blockbuster ingenue), you strutted around with the confidence of ___ (hotel-baron offspring).
Until you attempted your first at-home blowout and quickly came to resemble a ___ (quilled species).
Give hearty thanks to ___ (nondenominational deity) for Saturday’s opening of Blo, a no-scissors, no-dye beauty spot dedicated solely to defrizzing your locks.
Settle your ___ (flattering descriptor) self into a white-on-chrome station. Then choose from one of seven styles, from the Executive Sweet (stick-straight work locks) to the Holly Would (first-date-worthy bounce), all of which include a shampoo and final styling.
Each 45-minute do rings in at just 35 ___ (slang term for “dollars”), with clip-in extensions and deep conditioning a little extra. And with 7 a.m. appointments and a frequent-dryer program netting you a free blowout after seven trips, why wouldn’t you indulge ___ (surprisingly generous number) times a month?
We’re drawing a blank.
Blo Blow Dry Bar, 437 Columbus Avenue, at West Newton Street, South End (617-262-0105 or blomedry.com). Blowouts are $21 through Sunday.
Photo: Cheyney Barrieau Photography / Courtesy of Blo Blow Dry Bar