Hilary Farrell specializes in everything from natural, everyday looks to high fashion beauty. Her work has been featured on the cover of Ink Magazine, the homepage for Southwest Airlines, and in a variety of local photo and video shoots.
If anything, Skyline Downtown Salon is true to its name: housed in a renovated loft furnished with rustic wooden booths, the fourth-floor studio overlooks Kansas City's vista of industrial buildings and towers. While clients enjoy the view, stylists and aestheticians transform their hair, soothe façades with custom peels, and leave skin as smooth as laminated silk drapes with waxing treatments. Reflecting the attention to style of its location in the Crossroads Art District, Skyline Downtown Salon also offers haircare products from such companies as Oribe, Moroccanoil, and Bumble and bumble.
At M&M Esthetics, the emphasis is on helping clients rejuvenate their appearance in a peaceful environment. The spa's licensed aesthetician provides services such as microdermabrasion, which mitigates sun damage and lessens the appearance of fine lines, and body waxing to help clients prep for beach season. The spa welcomes both male and female clients.
Voted Kansas City’s Best Hair Salon in 2009 by CityVoters, DF LifeSalon employs an arsenal of master stylists to deliver cutting-edge cuts (women’s $40+, men’s $25+) and colors (women’s $75+), as well as anti-aging spa services such as oxygen detox foot cleanses ($50+) and oxygen facials ($95+). Opt for professional waxing services ($15+ to $45+) to prep for a vacation, swim race, or a shirtless calendar photo shoot.
Angie Mathews knows that to look good, you need to feel good, and vice versa. She caters the menu of services at Mind-Body Nutrition Day Spa to strike such a balance between said mind, body, and the elusive spirit. Angie's signature treatment, the microcurrent face-lift, sends mild electrical currents through the skin to stimulate rejuvenation at the cellular level. With Cirepil wax from Perron Rigot, she deftly lifts away unwanted hair and stubborn glitter, leaving skin smoother than a freshly baked jellybean. Body wraps, massages, facials, body sculpting, and chemical peels round out her list of offerings, allowing her to promote relaxation and tend to sensitive skin.
While getting her Master's Degree in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Donna Tatum developed her own attitude and approach to skincare, herbal medicine, and essential oils. From her experience, she's seen that skin and health are often a reflection of one's diet, stress levels, negative emotions, and proximity to a volcano. As a result, she uses a holistic approach when administering her treatments. In addition to traditional and cosmetic acupuncture, she also provides all-natural facials that use local and organic ingredients in addition to antioxidant herbs. During the course of every visit, she also dispenses advice to her clients about natural ways in which they can eat better, care for their bodies, and promote self-healing in their to day-to-day lives.