Beauty & Spas in Omaha

$26 Off Haircut and Color at Hair Mechanix

Hair Mechanix

Hair Mechanix

$26 $13

Experienced stylists cut and style all types of hair or vibrantly color entire manes to update looks

Up to 61% Off Infrared Body Wraps at Daytona Tan

Daytona Tan


$85 $39

Infrared body wraps may burn calories, whittle waists, improve skin tone, and alleviate joint and muscle pain

Up to 55% Off at Perfect Touch Massage

Perfect Touch Massage


$90 $45

The custom massage relieves aches with personalized techniques; the hot-stone massage diffuses tension with warmth and firm kneads

Up to 55% Off Hair Services

Stacy Kubik at Avalon Suites

West Omaha

$60 $29

Experienced stylist nourishes hair with restorative deep-conditioner or adds dimension with single-process color or highlights

The Body Shop – $15 for Skincare and Body Products

The Body Shop

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Bath and body products, skincare, cruelty free make-up and more made with ingredients from 25 international community fair-trade suppliers

Up to 62% Off Makeup Lesson at Kimberly Spa

Kimberly Spa


$75 $29

Extensively trained veteran makeup artists teach clients how to choose the right products and help them experiment with different looks

Up to 62% Off Bed or Spray Tanning

4 Seasons Tanning Salon

Broadmoor Heights Addition Golden Valley

$39.99 $15

Tanning beds allow guests to plug in iPods; VersaSpa spray tans coat all skin types in an alluring bronze glow and moisturizer

Up to 55% Off Haircut and Optional Highlights

Amber Goepfert at Prevu Salon

West Omaha

$55 $25

Stylist with 12 years of experience nourishes strands with deep conditioning and adds dimension with partial or full highlights

Up to 52% Off Cut, Color, and Brazilian Blowout Packages

Hair Envy

Harvey Oaks

$60 $30

Stylists revamp hairdos with classic or on-trend cuts, full highlights, or smoothing Brazilian blowout

Up to 54% Off Cut and Coloring at Salon Capelli

Salon Capelli


$60 $29

Haircut and style; optional choice of color treatments such as balayage, painted highlights, or ombre color blending

Up to 54% Off Cut and Color Packages

Salon Aura

West Omaha

$70 $32

Stylists shorten and shape locks in styles for both men and women; optional deep conditioner or full, single-color highlights

Up to 56% Off Massage and Sugar Scrub

Brittany Harris LMT

Salon Suites

$60 $29

Licensed massage therapist Brittany Harris helps clients unwind with Swedish or deep-tissue massage and an exfoliating sugar scrub

Up to 58% Off Cut and Vegan Moisturizing Treatment

Jim Kracl at Salon Suites


$75 $35

Stylist with 20 years of experience nourishes locks with a vegan moisturizer, styles hair, and adds dimension with optional highlights

Up to 53% Off a Haircut with Color or Highlights

Turning Heads on Blondo

Northwest Omaha

$49 $24

Stylist Chelsea updates looks with expert cut and color services

Up to 54% Off 60-Minute Facials from Escape Mobile Spa

Escape Mobile Spa

Linden Place

$50 $25

Expert pampers facades with deep-cleaning, skin-tightening facials that includes hot towels, eye pillows and heated neck wraps

Up to 52% Off Spray Tans

Relaxation Spa Services

Boss Studios

$60 $29

Aesthetician Fabian Woolard bronzes bodies with professionally applied spray tans

Up to 50% Off at Massage Associates

Massage Associates

South Central Omaha

$65 $35

Licensed massage therapist uses a range of relaxing strokes or heat-retaining stones to soothe muscles in individuals or couples

$50 SpaWish eGift Cards


Online Deal

$50 $35

A pampering Mother's Day gift, these eGift Cards can be used toward services at more than 7,000 spas and salons in North America.

Half Off a Noninvasive Face-Lift Facial Package

Roxy's Salon & Spa


$68 $34

Skin experts rejuvenate faces with a resurfacing acid peel, exfoliation, and dermal fillers that tighten skin and reduce appearance of lines

Select Local Merchants

The talented staff of stylists and aestheticians at Ahead of the Curve provides customers with a variety of top-notch beautification services. Peruse a variety of quality hair, nail, and skin products from Kenra, American Crew, Biolage, and OPI before spiffing up noodle nests with a women’s ($25) or men’s ($17) haircut. Add a dash of color to grayscale mop tops with a single-color process ($50), or prepare for a special occasion with a classy updo ($40), which will certainly make a better impression than last year’s trendy cat hat made of a single, live, disgruntled cat. Melt away stress like a pocketful of popsicles with a one-hour massage ($50), or pamper finger and toe shingles with a manicure ($20) and express pedicure ($30).

15505 Ruggles St

As an Aveda concept salon, Urbane specializes in transforming weathered soul sacks into fetching fleshoskeletons with a wide range of quality salon and spa services. Stash away the tubs of butter, and instead moisturize frontispieces with the 30-minute elemental nature facial ($45+), before spiffing up finger shingles with a French manicure ($27+) that also includes a hand massage and cuticle care. Out-of-control sleepwalkers can snip out fist-sized clumps of bubble gum with a haircut and style ($23–$45), while speed-seeking daredevils can get a leg up on local soapbox races with a streamlining brow or upper lip waxing ($13+).

1007 Farnam St

Oasis Massage and Spa offers a wide range of soothing massages and rejuvenating facials in an aesthetically peaceful spa atmosphere. During a 60-minute massage ($63), the mitten fillers of a master massage therapist will skate smooth circles and figure eights on back surfaces, boosting circulation, oxygenating muscles, and promoting peacefulness with your choice of technique. Battle pockets of pressure with a deep-tissue massage, rejuvenate muscles with a sports massage, and expose bodies to blissful relaxation without taking a dip in a hot tub of Silly String thanks to a Swedish massage. Each 60-minute facial ($65) sheds complexion-battering layers of dead skin while polishing mugs with services such as a chemical peel, an anti-aging facial, and a thoroughly masculine men’s face treatment. Relax while treating fleshoskeletons to some overdue pampering with today’s stress-blasting Groupon.

689 N 132nd St

Omaha Nutrition Center is a group of three General Nutrition Centers (GNC's) that are owned and operated by Don and AnneMarie Haferbier in Omaha, Nebraska. Our goal is to help you live the healthiest life possible.

7447 Farnam St

Established: 2013
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Microdermabrasion facial
Brands Used: Pevonia, Berodin wax, and Visual Changes
Pro Tip: Please allow enough time for your appointment so you can fully relax.

Q&A with Heather, Estherician

What is one of your signature services? How is it performed?
My signature service is the luxury microdermabrasion facial. This relaxing treatment starts off with an exfoliating salt scrub and warm towels for the feet. Next, I provide a consultation and thoroughly cleanse the face. After crystal microdermabrasion exfoliates and smooths the skin, I massage a gentle papaya and pineapple enzyme into the skin under steam to dissolve any leftover flakiness. I use warm towels to remove this treatment before applying a final hydrating mask and performing a luxurious foot and leg massage. The facial concludes with water and chocolate.

Out of your entire repertoire, which is your favorite service to perform and why?
Microdermabrasion is my favorite treatment because it gives immediate results that you can see and feel.

16950 Wright Street #133 Studio 114

Shears vs. Razors: The Fine Line Between Textures

In addition to scissors or clippers, your stylist may pull out a razor. Learn what it does with Groupon?s look.

Shears are often considered the tool of the trade, but stylists carry an oft-forgotten but equally important tool in their arsenal?the straight razor. Deciding which one to use depends on a variety of factors, the texture and density of your hair chief among them. Though shears can create virtually any style from any angle, the result is always a straight, blunt cut?lending the hair definition but potentially making it look thick. A razor, on the other hand, cuts with a single fine blade, forming a softer, feathered appearance more akin to a peacock's majestic bouffant.

For people with fine to medium hair with a fairly smooth texture, this can create a dynamic, tossable style with lots of movement. If you have coarse or very fine hair, however, scissors might still be the better bet, as the razor might end up making it frizzy. Curly hair raises somewhat of a dilemma; though its coarse texture seems to demand shears, the tendency for ringlets to accumulate as a single, thick mass means a razor might be able to reduce the hair's weight and boost its movement and playfulness.

1815 N 169Th Plaza, Suite A