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Gwyneth Paltrow to open hair salon in Los Angeles

27 MARCH 2013

Is there anything Gwyneth Paltrow can't do? Having recently released her second healthy eating cookbook, It's All Good,  the Oscar-winning Hollywood actress is now breaking into the world of beauty with a new hair and fitness salon.

Gwyneth has teamed up with her close friends hairstylist David Bababaii and long-term personal trainer Tracy Anderson to launch the Babaii Blow Dry Bar in Brentwood, Los Angeles, on 4 April. Gwyneth - whose hairstyles are featured in our picture gallery below – wants to offer clients celebrity-worthy haircare with the added convenience of the salon being situated next to Tracy's fitness studio. Combining workouts with A-list hair treatments, this is, quite literally, beauty on the run.

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CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GWYNETH'S HAIR HISTORY


Based on the actress' firm belief in organic beauty, the salon will be using a selection of all-natural products to ensure that your hair only gets the good stuff. David professes that the salon will allow "women to transform themselves into the beautiful people they really are". The salon will use haircare products that are free from parabens and harsh chemicals.

This launch seems to be following a new celebrity trend and comes just one month after stylist Rachel Zoe opened her own blow dry bar, DreamDry in New York.

Although a price-list for the Babaii Blow Dry Bar has not yet been confirmed, appointments can be made with David for a how-to guide on creating Gwyneth's red-carpet style. The mother-of-two's honey blonde hair will no doubt inspire many a client to opt for styles synonymous with her glam premiere looks. Expect chic ponytails, intricate updos and sumptuously straight styles to be readily available on request.

Take a look at our full gallery of photos for Gwyneth Paltrow's best blowdries and hairstyle history

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