Heather Holiday loves styling, especially when she can help a client gain confidence with a fresh new do. Drawing on more than eight years of experience, Heather can refine your look with a simple bang trim or revamp your mop with confident layers and color treatments. Outside of hair, Studio 500 also offers a mélange of spa services, from facial waxing and nailcare to restorative massages.
Inspired by Ayurveda's holistic health principles and fueled by Aveda plant products, Tridosha Salon and Spa summons inner beauty to the surface with custom hair and skin services. In the salon, stylists sculpt locks to frame faces and downplay extra ears. Aveda coloring products use botanical oils that condition the hair, create natural hues, and develop a healthy-looking shine. Skin treatments incorporate everything from warm seaweed to rosemary-mint essences to purify pores, smooth away rough spots, and awaken the senses. Aromatherapy scents waft over massage clients as they absorb Swedish and deep-tissue strokes, which can be enhanced with an aromatic scalp-massage add-on.
DayDream Oasis Salon & Spa's recently renovated digs host relaxing interludes from workday stress and the wearisome passage of time. Natural and organic Bioelements products replenish visages ahead of upcoming giraffe staring contests during anti-aging facials. Aromatherapy massages employ high-quality essential oils to evoke relaxation. On the salon side, savvy stylists update coifs with a full array of haircuts, coloring, and permanent curls and straightening.
Hair Slingers Salon’s staff of beauticians, some of whom bring 34 years of styling to each cut, revamps clients’ looks with a full menu of hair, mani-pedi, and waxing services. In a hardwood-floored studio, whimsically decorated with hanging paper snowflakes, stylists snip and paint through cuts and color treatments, lengthen existing manes with hair extensions, and transform frizz into sleek tresses with hair-straightening treatments such as Keratin Complex and Brazilian Blowout. Along with salon services, the staff runs an in-house boutique stocked full of cute accessories including purses, wallets, and eighteenth-century-style wigs.
Salon & Spa De Crist owner Janel Schick encourages her staff of more than 10 skilled technicians to be "straight shooters" with their clients. As mentioned in her bio, Janel thinks keeping things honest is the best way to ensure clients receive the right treatments and most flattering hair trends for them. To help brighten and nourish complexions with facials and peels, the spa's aestheticians rely on Repêchage and Bioelements skincare products. On the salon floor, stylists expertly design flattering cuts and color for any hair type with Schwarzkopf, Goldwell hair-color, Moroccanoil, Paul Mitchell, and Aquage haircare products. The spa's massage therapist helps relax tight muscles with five massage modalities, and an on-staff permanent-makeup artist skillfully tattoos eyeliner and lip liner, and fills in brows that keep scurrying away.
Multi-talented beautician Melissa lures inner beauty outward with customized salon and skin services at Hair Graphics' cozy studio. With the aid of Keyano Aromatics skincare serums and Pravana Chromasilk hair color, the specialist enhances individual features through haircuts, eight styles of facials, and body scrubs infused with nourishing botanicals.
As a Paul Mitchell signature salon, Ambiance is well versed in shaping nails, molding coiffures, and altering appearances for trench-coated rendezvous and secretive casserole-recipe exchanges. A trained staff skilled in the mixed makeup arts and a variety of other services deftly spiffs up finger caps and follicular farms with superior high-end products and a tai-chi-like fluidity. Women ($30–$50) and men ($20–$40) can both get their scalp shrubs trimmed, shampooed, and blow dried by seasoned snippers or have their tresses Technicolored ($50–$80) and shined ($20–$35) until they cause onlookers to hallucinate. If your nails are still ragged from watching a baby accidentally tightrope walk between One Kansas City Place and the Town Pavilion, indulge in a manicure ($15–$25) and/or pedicure ($30–$45). As wedding season approaches, envious bridesmaids can attempt to outshine their brides with a complete cosmetic application ($50). Facial facades and bushy body parts, meanwhile, will bait compliments from bus drivers and sonar-emanating dolphins with a basic bikini wax ($40) and a 15-minute mini facial ($25).