Drybar founder Alli Webb finds love again after ‘very difficult’ divorce

Drybar founder Alli Webb — who turned blowouts into a $100 million business — has found love again after a “very, very difficult and challenging” divorce.

Webb, who was married to ex-husband and Drybar co-founder Cameron Webb for 16 years, is dating executive life coach Adrian Koehler.

The mom of two, whose divorce was finalized last year, posted a photo of the couple on Instagram, writing: “Quarantine love … making the best of our current reality.”

On Webb’s birthday last week, Koehler posted a lavish tribute to his girlfriend, writing: “This woman. She’s from the beyond. When we met just over five months ago, she was an answer to a prayer. She is bold, brilliant, and breathtaking … she is honest, vulnerable and reachable.

“Her heart for her family, friends and immense sphere of influence is astonishing to all who come within her orbit.

“She is an undeniable gravitational pull. I am the lucky one who gets closest to the fire. I have felt her advocacy, appreciation, challenge and purpose. I know all of you have too. Give some love to the birthday girl today. Happiest of birthdays to you, my love. May this be the beginning to the most fulfilling chapter of your life.”

Webb co-founded Drybar with her brother Micheal Landau and her ex-husband in 2008, and by 2019, the hairstyling chain had more than 125 locations.

She’s now set to appear as a guest investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank” and is launching her new app-based massage chain Squeeze.

Speaking to Hollywood divorce lawyer Laura Wasser on her podcast earlier this month, Webb said her split from Cameron was “very, very difficult and challenging,” admitting: “It will knock you down.”

Webb said that “every single thing changed in an instant,” and she could not even bring herself to share an office with her ex.

In addition to this, they bought separate houses and brought in a professional CEO for Drybar as Webb added: “The beginning was very challenging, over time and space — I have it tattooed on my side — that’s the thing I kept going back to, everything constantly got better with time and space.

“Ultimately, we had to come to a good place to be able to parent our kids together and communicate.”

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