At Bella Wax Spa, beauty specialists toil to keep their clients beautiful with cosmetic treatments that range from waxing and facials to skin and hair treatments. Using products from brands such as Neutrogena, they can purify faces by removing makeup and soothing skin with microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and rejuvenating facials. Additionally, the spa?s hair professionals specialize in extensions of all colors and styles, as well as updos for special occasions.
Chrysalis Salon and Beauty Store helps customers keep their skin silky smooth with a bevy of body-beautifying services. Treat chapped cheeks to the 90-minute Chrysalis Signature facial, which begins with a 10-minute consultation and is followed by a skin analysis, double facial cleanse, exfoliation, and epidermal extraction.
HaiRazor'z imbues dull hair duds with resplendent sheen with its natural-highlighting treatment. The brainchild of the salon's gleaming team of hue gurus, the innovative technique adds shine and natural-looking color to sullen, ashen strands over time. Using a translucent, temporary color, stylists tailor a luxurious luster that looks right at home on the head and continues to lighten over the following two to three weeks, making it appear as if strands have never set a silky foot in a salon. Sun-kissed clients will enjoy a sustained color even through root growth. While today's deal is good for hair up to shoulder length, extra charges may apply for longer or thicker styles.
Wild Bill's Hair Salon is not your average women's destination. Instead of feminine hues and flowery decor, there are cowboy boots, bull skulls, and signs warning, "If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride." These rugged surroundings contrast with the salon's services, which include fashionable, feminine haircuts, skin-flattering color treatments, and fashion-forward styling. Then there's the spa, where chemical peels free faces of fine lines and mani-pedis let feet loosen up after long days riding horses in stilettos with the warm, bubbling water of a whirlpool chair.
Whenever her kids' bangs began to fall into their eyes, Paula Thurman couldn't help but feel a twinge of anxiety. She knew a trip to the hairdresser was in store, which meant an hour of squirming, whining, and complaining about itchy bits of fallen hair. But it was on one such trip that inspiration struck. As Paula told reporters from the Kansas City Business Journal, ?as soon as I walked into the salon, a fire went off in me, and I knew it. I saw it and thought, ?I can do this.?? Although she had no experience running a salon or business, Paula had plenty experience keeping kids happy. She decided to combine that with keen motherly intuition and lessons learned from a few business classes to design a special salon for energetic youngsters?Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids was born.
Today, Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids has sprouted locations across Kansas, Missouri, and into New Mexico. Amid the salons' mad splashes of color, cheerful stylists snip up new styles and arrange locks into playful pigtails and beehives that are perfectly sized to hide uneaten vegetables. While they work, their young clients sit in chairs shaped like race cars, watching movies or playing video games. As kids are getting cuts, moms can shop for a toy, bow, or bottle of root-beer-scented shampoo for their wee ones in the onsite boutique.
Owners Kerry Dixon and Molly Erickson met over a salon receptionists’ desk. Molly was working her way through school behind the desk, and Kerry was painting nails in front of it. They dreamed of creating their own salon, and eight years later opened Brilliant Hair Studio, a Redken-concept salon. At the studio, Kerry and Molly manage a team of stylists and nail technicians who attend frequent Redken symposiums to keep their techniques and secret stylist handshakes current. Funky red swivel chairs and a striped orange wall abut shelves of the salon’s signature products, as well as a jewelry boutique with unconventional and refined necklaces.