Treat your tresses to a beautiful blow out in Toronto

Whether you’re looking to tame your unruly mane or achieve a glamorous Hollywood-inspired ’do for a special event, sometimes blow-drying your hair is best left to the professionals. Why not treat your tresses to a blow out at these Toronto hair salons. Go on, you’re totally worth the splurge.

Blo Blow-Dry Bar

94 Sheppard Ave W, North York, ON M2N 1M5

Give your locks a lunch-hour styling session at this express blow dry bar with numerous locations around the city (including a convenient downtown outpost in the PATH). The quick and easy blow out will leave you primped and ready to go in under an hour. The Blo Hair Menu offers a variety of different looks that range from messy beach waves to pin-straight locks. Stylists can also do a sleek side pony, a high ballerina bun or a mermaid-like fishtail braid. Standard hairstyles start at $38 and can be customized with deep conditioning treatments and clip-in extensions.


887 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2H2

The talented stylists at this salon and spa are always gracious and professional when it comes to making clients feel their very best. The classic Civello blow dry ($35) features a shampoo and scalp massage with eco-conscious plant-based hair care products from Aveda. If you’re a weekly blow out kind of gal, invest in a discounted multi-pack for five or ten visits. Guests can sit back and relax while enjoying hot-off-the-press fashion publications and complimentary tea, coffee and freshly-squeezed juice.

Blowdry Lounge

1343 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4T 1X9

Beni Sicilia has cultivated a loyal following at his Rosedale blow dry bar. In addition to maintaining a roster of celebrity clients, the gifted stylist is happy to share his talents with midtown locals — creating runway-ready hair at an accessible price point. Signature blow outs feature shampoo, blow-dry and styling and range from $35 to $45 depending on hair length and texture. Looking to host a private event? The salon also has an onsite lounge for blow out parties and special occasions and offers an in-home blow-dry service.

Majesty's Pleasure

5-102 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1B9

Give your hair the royal treatment and enjoy a beautifying blow out while sipping on a glass of champagne at this chic concept salon, café and retail space on King West. The gorgeous décor features stunning light fixtures, marble tabletops and glimmering rose gold accents. The standard blow out ($40) includes a shampoo, scalp massage and a personalized blow dry. If you’re in a hurry, skip the washbasin in favour of dry shampoo with an express blow out ($30). The full-service salon even offers a kiddie blow out ($25) for pint-sized glamour pusses.

Medulla & Co Yorkville

277 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 1J9

This boutique hair studio on Avenue Road bills itself as a casually upscale anti-salon. Housed in an art deco building, the swank space would be intimidating if not for the gracious staff and welcoming vibe. The on-site blow-dry bar — aptly named Blown — is located on the main floor. A single service is priced at $35 and dedicated glamour girls can save even more on their regular blow out with special pricing packages (available in series of five, 10 or 20).


571 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1G3

The self-described “blow-fessionals” at this full service salon and beauty bar will work magic on your mane with flat irons and curling wands. For $35, clients can choose from six signature styles: a basic blow out, straight and narrow, tousled bed head, movie star curls, voluminous bounce or a curl-taming blow-dry designed to diffuse and de-frizz unruly locks. Ritual is a one-stop spot that also offers a full range of beautifying services, including facials, hair removal, eyelash extensions and makeup application.

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