Ladies Night in Palo Alto | Pampering & Bubbly

On Thursday of this week, Linx co-hosted a fabulous evening at Drybar in Palo Alto. Around 40 friends of Linx received complimentary blowouts, endless glasses of bubbly, mini cupcakes, and lots of mingling with a fun group of professional ladies from all around the Peninsula. IMG_1005IMG_0139IMG_0086

For those who are unfamiliar with Drybar….it is a “blow dry bar” concept created around a very simple idea: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts for only $35.00. The perfect place to go pre-Linx date to get all glam- feeling feminine and gorgeous…and oh so date ready! IMG_0971IMG_1009IMG_0098IMG_0109

Upon arrival, guests at the Linx event (and in general) are greeted with a glass of wine or bubbly and an hour of pampering follows. There are set hair styles to choose from such as the “Mai Tai” or “Cosmo.” We had a great time and everyone loved getting so spoiled by the fabulous stylists.

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he salon is super chic, modern, clean, and high-tech. Flat screens show girlie films (Mean Girls was playing in the background when I was getting my hair done), docking stations are at each chair should you need to charge your ipod or phone (gotta love that!), and the decor is in a soft calming palate of whites, yellows, and accents of black. IMG_0112IMG_0136IMG_0146IMG_0998IMG_0982

Lots of ladies from our party headed to the infamous Rosewood Sand Hill Hotel in Menlo Park afterwards for some testosterone action and surveying the wild Thursday night scene there (side note ever since Vanity Fair’s story on Linx was published the scene at the hotel is even more crazy and happening!) All in all a great night!IMG_0997IMG_0978IMG_0988IMG_0117IMG_0133IMG_0996IMG_0999

One comment

  1. The Sheraton Palo is a great business hotel in Palo Alto. We recently posted a review and noted several great points (room, staff friendliness) and odd things (food, hotel temperature, lounge policy). Overall not a bad place to be in Palo Alto.

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