Not Just Hair's skilled stylists put their training and creativity to work when beautifying tresses with a full slate of salon services, including haircuts, professional styling, and smoothing conditioning treatments. Crew members gussy up unadorned manes with perms and color and expunge undesirable fuzz with waxing services. True to its name, Not Just Hair further boosts beauty by whitening teeth and applying makeup to blank elbows.
Windows open our lives to the world—sometimes to a bothersome degree. Whether to stop sun, escaping energy, or prying eyes, Tint World’s technicians can fortify windows of every kind with professional and durable tints. Homes and offices benefit from energy-saving exterior tints—which keep power bills low—along with designer films that add style and privacy to interior partitions. For cars, the shop’s precut tints come in colors from red to bronze and patterns ranging from cheetah prints to jets of flame. As the tints add personality to vehicles, they simultaneously block out UV rays, prevent interiors from overheating, and bolster drivers’ privacy more effectively than a blank nametag.
The auto shop also tends to vehicles with services beyond their namesake specialty. The technicians can slough away grime with detailing packages that can include extras such as clay-bar cleaning, dent and ding removal, and paint touchups. Alternatively, patrons can browse an array of stereos, subwoofers, and other mobile electronics as well as wheels and tires.
With an array of equipment and apparel, Golf Headquarters Lubbock outfits men, women, and wee ones for the triumphant launching of projectile orbs. Increase confidence for tee offs on the green with a set of clubs from top brands, including Callaway, Nike, and Taylor Made. A dozen Nike golf balls ($15.99–$45.99) can be sent sailing with a driver ($99.99+) or a wedge ($29.99+), and children who have outgrown the mini golf course can try their hands at mature club twirling with a lightweight junior club by U.S. Kids ($24.99–$39.99). Protect hands from feisty blades of grass or demanding mid-tournament crossword puzzles with a pair of golf gloves ($24.99), and keep feet suited up with Nike Heritage men’s shoes ($59.99).
Since 1919, Luskey's/Ryon’s has outfitted untold numbers of cowboys and girls with its awe-inspiring array of all things Western. From boots and hats to denim, custom saddles, and fancy-time gilt belt buckles, the packed racks and stacked shelves of Luskey's/Ryon's threaten to secede from under the weight of so much rugged gear. Keep the sun off with a genuine Atwood palmleaf hat ($45), or strut stylishly in Wrangler men's pro-rodeo cowboy-cut jeans ($26.99). A leather-covered stainless-steel flask ($100) imparts a dashing gift unto adults, whereas Buckaroo kids boots ($49.99) outfit youngsters in rich imported leather that will impress all kinds of people who aren't Grandma.
Led by a mother-daughter duo, Scrappin’ Hearts aids customers in preserving memories with scrapbooking courses, social scrapbooking sessions, and an extensive stock of tools, albums, and embellishments. Students learn the basics of cherished-moment preservation during a two-hour scrapbook 101 course, where they will use their own pictures and clippings to design a two-page tribute to families, friends, or favorite types of hamburgers. Social scrappers can participate in a cropping session that can last up to six hours, during which they immerse themselves in scrapbook projects in the company of 12 other attendees, sharing scissors and discussing the latest sellotape trends. Participants also receive $20 worth of supplies to arm themselves with tools such as a Glue Glider adhesive runner ($14.99) or a fruit pink Copic sketch marker ($6). Recollection caretakers can craft projects on the store’s selection of albums, such as the heavy duty chipboard album ($10.89) with the words “Engaged” carved across the cover, ideal for fondly recalling a post-proposal, pre-wedding era or a time when you were very busy.
1020 Boutique complements wardrobes without complicating wallets, showcasing an array of stylish accessories that never cost more than $20 and usually boast prices in the single digits. Shoppers can bedazzle friends' ears or propose marriage to their own with earrings ($2.95–$5.95), or pamper tired trotters with a new pair of toe-flattering shoes ($12–$20). 1020 Boutique also carries a number of trendy handbags perfect for toting around necessities—from makeup and car keys to teacup poodles ironically drinking coffee ($20).