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You’ll soon be able to get your prescription *and* a blowout at CVS


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Picking up a prescription can be a hassle—especially when the drugstore is totally out of the way and the errand is hard to squeeze into your busy schedule. But what if doing so also meant you could check off a beauty treatment from your to-do list?

According to a press release, the on-demand, in-home beauty service Glamsquad has secured an exclusive retail partnership with CVS, and that’s great news for beauty buffs. As the focal point of the drugstore chain’s new BeautyIRL store concept—which will have a “cool, elevated vibe”—you’ll be able to get express blowouts, dry styling, and braids; a 30-minute makeup refresher; skin services (including eye, lip, and face masks); and even manicures. Each service will reportedly cost between $30 and $45.

You’ll be able to get express blowouts, dry styling, and braids; a 30-minute makeup refresher; skin services (including eye, lip, and face masks); and even manicures at participating CVS locations.

Right now, Glamsquad has already launched in four CVS BeautyIRL locations in Florida, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, but further expansion is scheduled for 2019. And it’s easy to get appointments, too: Right now, you can either walk right in for a service, or book a time slot in advance. Either way, you’ll be taken care of by one of the beauty experts, whether it’s a professional makeup artist or trained stylist. Fair warning though—there’s a chance you’ll end up relaxed, you’ll forget to grab what you came to the store to pick up in the first place.

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