Blow wave bar and tea house Dry & Tea offer affordable luxury and express beauty in the world of hair and makeup.

 

So much more than just a blow wave bar, the salon’s ‘hair menu’ offers everything from 30 minute dry styles through to full cut and colour sessions with some of New Zealand’s top stylists. Owner Amy Sznicer says that the most popular services are their signature blow waves where “Clients pick from our menu of five signature styles and let our stylists recreate it in just 45 minutes for an affordable $45”. They also offer a range of add-on treatments, like hair extension transformations, manicures, makeup sessions and more. A beautifully designed space filled with the aromas of freshly brewed tea and scented candles, the Dry & Tea Atrium salon is the perfect spot for a girl’s day out, hens do or just a sneaky midweek treat to yourself. The Britomart space is Dry & Tea’s third salon in Auckland having already successfully launched in Newmarket in 2012, and City Works Depot in 2013.  It’s not like a regular hair salon. The space is feminine, beautiful, full of plant life and an enticing escape from the outside world. Already recognised in both 2012 and 2013 as Auckland’s favourite beauty bar and hair salon at the Metro awards, the affordably luxurious salon is one to visit.

Contact

57 Tyler Street
Britomart
09 3092128
britomart@dryandtea.com
Dry & Tea
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Opening Hours

Monday 10am-6pm
Tuesday 8am-8pm
Wednesday 8am-8pm
Thursday 8am-8pm
Friday 8am-6pm
Saturday 8am-6pm
Sunday CLOSED

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