Thanks to a vino-loving group of lawmakers, California blow dry bars will soon be less, well, dry. A new law, signed by Governor Jerry Brown earlier this week, will allow customers getting coiffed to imbibe a complimentary alcoholic beverage while receiving their cut or blowout.
Until now, providing customers with free booze as they received their pampering was a legal grey area. Democratic Assemblyman Tom Daily from Anaheim recognized this incongruity, and concocted a bill that would allow the golden state's 41,830 beauty salons to provide alcohol on the up-and-up.
- 4 Crazy-Convincing Mocktails That Taste Just Like Real Booze
- Ten Percent of People Dream of Making Booze for a Living
- Why Millennials Are Buying Top-Shelf Booze
The law, known as AB1322 or the "Drybar bill," will allow salons and barber shops to serve up to six ounces of wine or 12 ounces of beer without a license under a couple of conditions—the booze must be offered at no extra cost, and before 10 p.m.