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blowouts

If you’re the type of person who has a standing appointment for a blowout every Monday morning or the front desk gals at DreamDry know you by name, one of these new beauty booking services might have your number.

Unlimited blowout memberships are having a moment, and we’re not just talking about the discounted Cadillac package at DryBar.

The same way you sign up for ClassPass and get unlimited classes at some of the city’s top fitness studios for a month, new crop of beauty services are offering as many blowouts as you want at different salons around the city (or even in your gym locker room), for $99 a month—or around the cost of two DryBar appointments including tip! Um, we might never hold our own blow-dryers again.

Find out which service is right for you—we’re thinking it might just be the perfect post-workout accessory to your monthly ClassPass membership.

blowouts 2BeautyPass

What it is: BeautyPass currently offers unlimited blowouts, but this summer they also plan to roll out unlimited manicures for $49 and various spa services for $59 a month.
Salons: Butterfly Studio Salon, Paul Labrecque, and Salon SCK.
What it costs: $99 per month
Where they are: Manhattan
How to book: You can book appointments on the app.

Glam & Go

What it is: The on-demand blow-dry bar—which sets up shop in gyms and fitness studios like David Barton Gym, Equinox, and Exhale (or your living room)—now has new, unlimited blowout memberships.
What it costs: Unlimited touch-up memberships for $99 a month, and blowout memberships for $150 month.
Where they are: Anywhere you need them—from your apartment to the gym locker room to your hotel room—in New York City and Miami.
How to book: You can book appointments on the app.

blowouts 3Vive

What it is: Last summer, Vive launched as a traveling braid bar in New York City and the Hamptons, creating beach-y, bohemian waves for tons of happy women. Now, they have have shifted their model…to unlimited blowouts.
Where: Certain zip codes in New York City.
Salons: Julien Farel, Mizu, Nunzio Saviano, Brush, and more.
What it costs: $99 per month.
How to book: You can book appointments on their website two days in advance until up to 30 minutes beforehand. —Molly Gallagher

(Photos, from top: Nata Sha; BeautyPass; Instagram/Vive_NY)