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Drybar Responds to Local Pleas for a Brooklyn Salon

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Yesterday, Twitter went a little crazy with the news that J.Crew is coming to Cobble Hill. Stacy London tweeted that now all the neighborhood needs is a drybar (and a SoulCycle), which prompted drybar founder Ali Webb to get in on the conversation. Last night, she tweeted:

Webb has made it clear that she's crowdsourced future drybar locations in the past. When the plans for Murray Hill were announced, she told us that it was a result of local residents begging for it on Twitter.
· Surprise! Brooklyn's First J.Crew Won't Be in Williamsburg [Racked NY]
· Drybar Adds Tribeca to Its Growing Manhattan Empire [Racked NY]