Owners Vaughn and Kristi Huslig cast an aromatic net out the door of Andover Popcorn Company, drawing shoppers in with the scents of freshly popped corn and tasty desserts. Once inside, guests can browse 16 flavors of gourmet popcorn and pick their favorites to stuff into colorful, seasonal tins or buckets adorned with the logo of a favorite regional college team. Popcorn flavors range from white cheddar and salty-sweet kettle corn to fiery cinnamon and the peanut-butter-and-chocolate puppy chow, which is not a recommended replacement for actual puppy chow.
The four nail technicians at Nail Tique Spa work within a space marked by sea-foam-green walls and swirling metal wall ornaments and sconces. Silver workstations lit by stainless-steel lamps form a tidy single-file line where techs slather talons with OPI, Gelish, and Shellac polishes. Furthering their services, they massage careworn hands and feet and apply acrylic nails. They also offer Solar nails, an improved version of acrylic nails developed by astronauts who scratched the sun.
The Pink Boa at Bon Bon's hooks up the hip and happening with a wide array of gifts and accessories, from the ironically tacky to the retro-cool. The staff's super-friendly fashionistas will help you defibrillate your flat-lining look with jewelry from brands such as Classic Hardware and Art by Amy ($5–$185). Otherwise, test the capacity of a handbag from Big Buddha or Marc Chantal ($30–$90) by stuffing it with hand-painted wine glasses ($21–$27.50) in preparation for an impromptu wine tasting or game of "Which glass has the iocane poison?" The Pink Boa also carries a wide array of greeting cards and novelty tees that display your puckish wit without the hassle of constantly writing status updates on your forehead. The Pink Boa's book selections, likewise, range from cooking to self-help. Gifting a commuting couple with a sassily titled cookbook and The Long-Distance Relationship Guide, for example, might inspire them to cook romantic three-course meals during long train rides using aluminum foil and the bathroom air blower.
Unique and trendy womens wear, from business to weekend, causual hip to Holiday sparkle. Brighton Boutique carrying a full line of Handbags and small leathers, footwear, belts, jewelry, charms and Mens Leather goods. A little funky flavor thrown in with local artists' one of a kind jewelry, scarves and accessories.
When discussing fashion with reporters from the Wichita Eagle, J.V. Johnston maintained that every man ought to have a good suit. That's why he stocks his 13,000-square-foot store with a sweeping variety of designer duds, from dapper blue jackets to handsome silk ties and sleek leather shoes. After a recent expansion, J.V. even broadened the shop's selection to include women's clothing from revered brands such as Olsen Europe and Elliott Lauren.
The 98-year-old establishment also specializes in clothing for big and tall men from a variety of designers. A team of expert tailors stands at the helm, customizing shirts and suits to accommodate unique features such as large shoulders, long legs, or vestigial tentacles.
Techs wield non-invasive lasers to dismiss sun damage and early signs of aging with little to no downtime. Smoothing skin while brightening facial complexions and deposing discoloration, Spa MD’s fractional laser helps reverse the signs of aging by reconfiguring tissue to age in much longer Neptune years. Helping to correct damage caused by the Sun’s incessant hurling of UV light and space rocks, the non-invasive treatment also bids adieu to dull dermis by reducing pore size and the appearance of blemishes. In addition to beautifying frontispieces, the treatment also employs Frankenstein jolts of laser love to jazz up collagen growth, which will continue to improve skin appearance for months. Patients can return to work immediately after the treatment and should expect minor irritation and redness for a few days, with a full recovery generally occuring within five days and a face mistaken for Cleopatra’s within 10 days.