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PURE the blowout bar offering up TLC

Have a special occasion, a hot date or just looking to get some TLC for your hairstyle? Announcing the opening of North County’s hottest new blowout bar, PURE at the Lumberyard in Encinitas! 

Owners, Jim and Jamie DeBerry, along with award-winning hair salon owner of 25 years, Gayle Fulbright, all say that “PURE the blowout bar” will lead the way in the hottest new trend in the beauty industry.

Set in an eco-conscious environment and serviced by an enthusiastic team of talented stylists, “our mission is to blow our clients away with extraordinary service!”

pure waveBlowouts are the new alternative to visiting a regular hair salon; all we do is shampoo, blow dry and style. It’s a new experience that only costs $35 for 45 minutes.

There is no cutting, no coloring just the PURE essence of a blowout.

It’s a specialty, just like nail salons have become. Back in the day, women received all services in one place at the hair salon. Today’s woman is challenged by so many things that time has become an issue.

Because of that, the convenience and speed to get services done has become a trend that is sweeping the entire country. PURE was created to meet the needs of today’s multi-role women that are time challenged and deserve some “me” time.

PURE will soon be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., with Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights being “Pre-Game” for all the ladies looking their best for the evening’s events. How great is that!

And booking appointments ahead of time is quick and easy; just go onto their website at and make a reservation at your leisure.

Open to the public, PURE is celebrating their Grand Opening Sept. 6 with music, special give-a-ways and donating proceeds to a charity near and dear to their hearts.

PURE the blowout bar is located at 1031 South Coast Highway 101, Suite A102.PURE logo for print

For appointments or more information call (760) 487-1500.

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