Katie Auth can give a classic or a cutting edge haircut. After years in the industry, she’s become a versatile stylist with the technique and vision to tailor each haircut to the client and their features. At Hair by Katie Auth, she offers haircuts as well as coloring for women and men, facial waxing, and keratin treatments. She even offers up tip and tricks of the trade for her clients, such as what makes a great dry-shampoo substitute and how to care for split ends without individually super-gluing all of them together again.
Joyce Sander spruces up head sweaters using techniques learned from training with high-profile stylists while outfitting men and women with looks that suit their individual lifestyles. Services include a haircut and blow-dry, which last a combined 45 minutes and leave skull spaghetti with the perfect length, style, and volume for either a public unveiling or a sitting for a commissioned portrait.
3D Salon partners with Sola Salon Studios to employ a team of tress tamers who use experience and skill to sculpt locks and facial fur into mane masterpieces. Scissor wielders brandish their cutting edges to shape fashionable styles, including cascading evening 'dos and summery bobs. After a post-cut blow-drying seals in a new style, your choice of facial waxing puts the finishing touches on visage sculpting. Strip away follicles on the lip, eyebrows, or chin to add an update to common emotive gestures such as pursed lips, furled brows, and existential chin flexing. Like most scoreless stretches in professional soccer games, the haircut, blow-dry, and waxing last about an hour.
Taste of Europe's shelves are filled with edible nostalgia. Owners and friends Gene Basov and Marat Tsitolovsky grew up together in Ukraine, and now stock their Overland Park grocery with traditional candies, smoked sprats, and other comestibles that are bound to make Eastern European transplants feel a bit at home.
?I enjoy dealing with people and taking them back to their childhood ? down memory lane,? Basov told The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle. Customers often come into the shop to request specific European foods, and Basov searches until he finds them.
English tea, French truffle salt, and Israeli jams are a few delicacies to be found on the shelves. There's also a deli stocked with European sausages and Kosher meats, and a bakery section filled with traditional cakes and pastries. Though the market caters to customers with European ties, it also welcomes shoppers who simply want to try something new, or who wish to impress friends with souvenirs from imaginary vacations.
Part of what makes Julie Martin the stylist she is today has a lot to do with her experiences on both sides of the chair. She kicked off her career as a professional model, getting an impromptu apprenticeship in the types of tricks and techniques that go into creating a magazine-quality look. Eventually, she channeled that experience—along with some time spent training as a Paul Mitchell stylist—into her own boutique.
At La Vita Salon, she treats her clients like models in their own fashion shoot, talking through details and style preferences to pull off a look original to that client. In addition to haircuts and blowouts, Julie applies professional color and constructs elegant updos that increase her clients chances of getting voted “Most Updone” for the office yearbook.
Whether guests are looking for a new hairstyle, perfectly painted nails, or a glowing complexion, Envogue Salon & Spa can help. Its stylists craft coifs with precision cuts and transform hair with beautiful L'Oréal Professionel and Inoa color, and nail techs pamper hands and feet with luxurious mani-pedis. Beauty transformations don't end with haircare and nailcare. The spa also offers facials, waxes, and threadings, plus airbrush tans and Couleur Caramel makeup applications. In addition, permanent makeup keeps morning routines simple and stops pillowcases from badmouthing errant mascara.