Beauty & Spas in Olathe

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The staff at Legacy Fitness never yells, berates, or curses at their patrons during Legacy Fitness boot camps. Instead, they motivate them with a sense of humor and positive encouragement. To keep them engaged and prevent them from suffering workout burnout, they lead them in a new routine every day. This ever-varying approach prevents bodies from adapting to the workouts, so muscles must always work their hardest, burning more calories and building strength more quickly. They conduct the camps at multiple indoor and outdoor locations, drawing from the surroundings to guide the workouts. On any given day, students might flip oversize tires end over end and work as a team to push a car down an empty street or do sprints and heave medicine balls in a gym. These functional workouts help patrons tone their entire bodies more safely and effectively than swimming laps in a quicksand pit.

20700 W 151st St
Olathe,
KS
US

Owner Lesli Grabill leads the talented team at Flhair in crafting ’dos that draw influence from contemporary styles. During haircuts for both men and women, experienced hands—including those of an American Crew–certified stylist—snip strands and build them into stylish new structures that match clients' mental blueprints. Colorists can imbue hair with a brand-new hue or add dimension with a smattering of highlights. Flhair also lightens facial burdens with waxing services in an effort to smooth out skin and effectively reduce drag before important headbanging competitions.

12881 S Mur Len Rd
Olathe,
KS
US

Xenon International Academy's accredited beauty-school curriculum trains fledgling spa and salon technicians in the ways of the scissors and the cucumber slice. These able aesthetician aspirants perform the Academy's variety of services under the watchful eye of a licensed and experienced instructor. With a customized facial treatment ($30), they'll replace your face's neon-green glow with a healthier radiance by cleansing, exfoliating, and balancing dizzy skin tissue. An acne-clearing treatment ($36–$40) targets and evicts any insurgent blackheads, whiteheads, and inflamed redheads that have been vandalizing your pores. Broken, tattered, or torn nails can be carefully repaired for $3, and more ambitious customers can luxuriate in a complete French manicure ($18–$19) before chasing it with a spa pedicure ($24–$25) in a throne chair salvaged from the spa in Tutankhamun’s tomb. A trained sculptor of scalp whiskers can tame your hairy head monster into a stylish new 'do ($7–$8), then color it ($28–$30) so that you blend in with the fall foliage and evade hungry ogres on quiet walks through the forest.

1215 E Santa Fe St
Olathe,
KS
US

The citrus-scented air might be the first thing patrons notice as they enter the amenity-filled salon. If not that, then perhaps the massage chairs, plush and beckoning a body to sit down and relax. At Elegant Nails, the little things make a big difference, as does the staff of nail technicians who fuss over fingers and toes with fine detail and clean equipment. Services include deluxe pedicures with sea salts and mint masks, shellac manicures, and mani-pedis for children whose nails have been attacked by the backyard dirt.

14004 W 135th St
Olathe,
KS
US

Red hanging lights throw rounded shadows across Sweet D's hardwood floors and sunflower-yellow walls. Amid these modern accents, skilled stylists cultivate face-flattering cuts and rewire hair circuitry with sleek color highlights. Clients may also solicit an aesthetician for a swift brow wax or a long-lasting gel mani-pedi with Axxium or CND polish.

10392 S Ridgeview Rd
Olathe,
KS
US

Starz Spa's skincare experts embrace professional body treatments as an integral facet of daily skincare and works to keep corporeal complaints at bay with services designed to rejuvenate the body whenever it needs a lift. All types of skin perk up under a deluge of Bioelements products, custom masks, and moisturizers as aestheticians concoct individualized treatments for the face and body. On the other side of the spa, massage therapists loosen muscle knots with a repertoire of nine modalities. Energy-balancing reflexology treats the whole body through reflex areas in the feet, aromatherapy draws on volatile plant materials and other fragrant compounds to soothe the senses, and Swedish-style sports massages help muscles recover from sprinting toward finish lines or slouching in huddles.

12755 South Mur-Len Road
Olathe,
KS
US