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Blow-dry bars get hot in Minnesota

Blow-dry bars, a salon service already popular on the coasts, are making their way to Minnesota. Four will pop up in the metro in the next few weeks, providing affordable options for a luxury once reserved for Hollywood's elite -- immaculately styled hair on a regular basis.
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Blow-dry bars, a salon service already popular on the coasts, are making their way to Minnesota. Four will pop up in the metro in the next few weeks, providing affordable options for a luxury once reserved for Hollywood's elite -- immaculately styled hair on a regular basis.

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