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STAMP 2015: Pure the Blowout Bar's Branding Strategy

Stacey Soble | September 9, 2015 | 11:45 AM

Passport to Beauty

Pure the Blowout Bar

Encinitas, California

Owned by: Gayle Fulbright, Jamie DeBerry, Jim DeBerry and David Linde

 

Pure’s fun brand punctuates the salon’s name with an animated blowdryer and a white stream of air. To market to businesses that are great cross-promoters, such as bridal stores and medical offices, the salon designed a “Passport to Beauty,” which explains what a blowout bar is and why it creates a fresh experience for clients.

 

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