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Drybar opens on Euclid Ave.

Annual Mulch Giveaway is May 18th

Lauren West, who owns Peplum on Euclid Avenue with her mother Diane, is bringing a new concept to the block. The much anticipated Drybar will open next-door to Peplum on May 10th.

Gardening season is in full swing! Fortunately for Fayette County residents, Live Green Lexington has a treat for local gardens, curbs and flower beds… FREE mulch!

Named one of the top “100 Brilliant Ideas of 2010” by Entrepreneur Magazine and New York Magazine’s Boom Brands of 2013, Drybar is based on the simple concept of focusing on one thing and being the best at it: Blowouts. The idea was a natural one for curly haired founder Alli Webb, a longtime professional stylist, who constantly found herself overpaying for blowouts at traditional salons.

The annual Mulch Giveaway is Saturday, May 18th. The event begins at 8am and will run through noon, or until the mulch is gone.

Open on weekdays from 7am to 8pm, you can pop in before or after work for a fresh blowout. They will be open 8am-8pm on Saturday and 10am-6pm on Sunday. Plus, Drybar’s growing product line (created specifically for the perfect blowout), will be sold in store. Want to make an appointment? Head to thedrybar.com or download the app.

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Residents of Fayette County may collect up to one truckload, and you must supply your own truck. Mulch is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last, so don’t wait around! Head to 1631 Old Frankfort Pike, and enter on Jimmie Campbell Drive. Curious what else Live Green Lexington is up to? Stay in the know by visiting lexingtonky.gov/livegreen. You can also sign up for 311 Alerts for updates on curbside waste collection, volunteer events and more.

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