Urban Beauty Supply stocks clients’ beauty cabinets with a bounty of popular and hard-to-find beauty products, including shampoos, styling tools, hair extensions, wigs, and makeup. Born from such product lines as Kinky-Curly, Bobbi Boss, and KeraCare, Urban Beauty’s merchandise aids in hair restoration, lengthening, and cleansing. Dread Head products help customers build their own knotted locks, while Curls products attract positive attention instead of negatively charged balloons with frizz-reducing organic ingredients and exotic oils.
Stamper's, Ink celebrates the wondrous world of design with a vast array of tools and classes for creating handmade cards, customized business stamps, and artistically altered books and binders. The store boasts a supply of more than 35,000 different rubber stamps—enough material to suit the needs of the most avid scrapbooker or send a midlevel clerk in the state agriculture department into a rapturous swoon. An arsenal of Tim Holtz craft products, glitter accents, adhesives and cardstock pairs with scissors, stencils, and jewelry to equip hobbyists for any endeavor. An ever-evolving schedule of craft classes teaches students a variety of skills, from making decorated recipe pages to adorable canvas houses.
The designers at Miche Bag of Kansas accessorize ladies with versatile handbags that can be enveloped in interchangeable shells to complement any outfit. Choose from three sizes of base bags, including a standard two-handled purse, a satchel-style big bag, or a miniature clutch. The unclad handbags can be fitted with an array of striking magnetic bag shells that fit as snugly and fashionably as a leopard-print cocoon. Declare tartan allegiance with a plaid Alyssa shell, or renovate your reticule with a Jayne's four rectangles of sage, canary, soft tangerine, and eggplant. Accessories such as carabiners, charms, and magnets add pizzazz to handles and an organizer neatly holds shells and keeps closets clutter free.
Evolve Paleo Chef aims to recreate the human diet before the age of agriculture and civilization, crafting nourishing meals of smoked fish, grilled chicken, and steaks that satisfy primal hunger pangs. The kitchen's paleo (short for paleolithic) diet fuels the body with the same nourishment that was available to our distant hunter-gatherer ancestors—little to no sugar, no dairy, no gluten, plenty of meat, and the fear of sabertooth tigers. Chefs design delicious meals and snacks around these core nutrients, which can be picked up or delivered directly to your doorstep every week. Each meaty meal is made with products from local companies such as Dodge City Beef, a rancher-owned producer of pork and beef, or Campo Lindo Farms, a source for flavorful, pasture-raised poultry.