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Getting a blowout is no longer a treat reserved for weddings and dates. Some 'blowout junkies' get three or more a week. And with blow drys costing around $35, maintaining your mane isn’t cheap. Vive in New York offers an ‘all you can eat’ haircare service; unlimited blowouts for $99 per month.

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