Drybar Founder Alli Webb Shares Her SoCal Secrets

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Alli Webb is a woman who’s proficient in the art of insider secrets. As the founder of the premier blow out bar Drybar, she’s perfected the art to getting the perfect blowout—and creating a fun, flirty and marketable brand. Now, Webb, who lives in Orange County, has debuted her first, best-selling book entitledThe Drybar Guide to Good Hair For All. This how-to book with tips and tricks from the blowout guru herself will make it easy for anyone to achieve signature styled looks in their very own home. Readers will learn how to do the Manhattan (sleek and smooth), the Dirty Martini (tousled and textured), Southern Comfort (big hair, lots of volume) and so much more. Here is this beauty guru‘s insider’s guide to the best of SoCal.

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Where were you born: NY
How long in LA: 11 years
Neighborhood: Studio City
Occupation: Founder of Drybar
Favorite Restaurant: Ohh that always changes… Right now it’s CatchLA 
Best Sushi: Katsuya
Best Italian: Osteria Mozza 
Best dessert: Diddy Reece 
Best place for a romantic date: Nobu in Malibu
Best Sunday brunch: Granville 
Best place for a power business meeting: Soho House 
Best hotel for out-of-town guests: Shutters 
Favorite shopping venue/boutique: I love so many shops on Melrose – Rachel Comey, Ten Over Six, Rebecca Minkoff, and so many more!
Favorite place to buy jewelry/watches: Jennifer Meyer and Kathleen Whitaker 
Best Spa: Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point
Favorite Charity Event: Baby2Baby Gala 
Favorite Cultural Event: 4th of July
Favorite Cultural Institution: Griffith Observatory (also my favorite legendary spot!)
Best Steakhouse: Manpuku
Best Pizza: Gluten-free pizza I make with the kids at home!
Best Lunch: Joan’s on Third
Best Gym/Athletic Facility: Barry’s Bootcamp or SoulCycle 
Best Massage: The Now 
Best Limousine/Driving Service: Uber 
Best Museum/Exhibit: The Getty Center or La Brea Tar Pits 
Describe your city in three words: Energetic, fun, legendary 
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore: Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory 
All-around favorite spot in Los Angeles: The Grove. My kids love it and there’s something for all of us… movies, food, shopping, games 
Best Aspect of Los Angeles: All the creative people and endless possibilities