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Olive & June shacks up with DryBar in Pasadena

OliveandJune_nails_Pasadena_DrybarOlive & June, the chic natural nail salon and home to Los Angeles’ most coveted pedicure, is headed to the cool neighborhood of Pasadena with a second location.

And there’s a beauty twist: founder Sarah Gibson Tuttle is shacking up with Dry Bar. (Note the awning.)

“We could not be more excited to announce our next location in Pasadena! Joining our favorite friends, @thedrybar, in their Lake Street shop late this summer. Manis and blowouts!” she writes on her Instagram.

It’s a brilliant cohabitation concept, so long as we can still have a bit of zen during our pedicures with all the blowdryers around, please?

Needless to say, the Commons, where Olive & June is setting up their minimalist modern tables and non-toxic nail lacquers (at 146 South Lake Avenue), is becoming a serious wellness lifestyle hub, with a SoulCycle, a Lemonade, and a future Sugarfish. And who doesn’t mind saving gas money for healthier things? —Melisse Gelula