The team at Ash Salon transforms clients' manes with innovative cuts and the Davines product line, which is imported from Italy. In addition to single-process color, glazes, and touchups, the stylists also highlight hair with Balayage techniques.
Despite their nomadic tendencies, hot-dog carts are known to show up in the nick of time to crush hunger with bun-filled offerings. The Dog House's carts pop up after concerts and events at Cain's Ballroom, Brady Theater, and Flytrap Music Hall, aiding night owls in need of juicy encased meats. Hungry citizens can operate their own hand shovels to devour tasty franks, including the hot link dog, smothered in mustard and sauerkraut ($4), and the popular Tulsa dog, loaded with mustard, crispy bacon, onions, and peppers, and topped with a spicy-sweet Head Country barbecue sauce ($5). The Seattle dog bathes in a creamy pool of spicy mustard, onions, and cream cheese ($4), and for an extra $1, chips and a soda can be paired with any dog for maximum chowing.
Sometimes old gems need a polish to restore their sparkle. Chimi's Mexican Food was one such gem. It had been around for nearly a quarter century when Brandon Fischer bought it in 2007. Immediately, according to an interview in Tulsa World, he set about bringing back the luster to his favorite Mexican chain in town. "I can’t think of one thing (on the menu) that isn’t new or hasn’t been tweaked,” he said.
Fajitas loaded with grilled veggies and seafood, as well as tamale pie in crisp tortilla bowls, speak to Brandon's efforts. The more adventurous of taste can even crank their dish's capsaicin level up to 11 by requesting it by served "Diablo style." And if it gets too hot, there's nothing to fear: margaritas wait to extinguish mouth fires and their salt-rimmed glasses ward off bad luck when thrown over the shoulder.
Winking and fluttering peepers run rampant at Eyelash Envy, where deft technicians expertly aggrandize eyes with a menu of lash enhancements. The meticulous crew can glue synthetic extensions one by one along the natural lash line to pump up volume and length, or swipe on a coating of semipermanent mascara that truncates daily makeup rituals for up to two weeks. Aside from elevating wink power, techs also buff away stubble and cacti pricklies from the face with warm wax, and pamper skin with eight types of facials designed to suit the skincare needs of both men and women.
Owner and a clinical aesthetician, Laura Hassell pamper skins in the comfort of private rooms. Laura's full service spa specializes in catering to clients seeking anti-aging and corrective skin treatments. The spa uses top of the line products along with medical-grade equipment to help their clients achieve healthy and glowing skin.
Encore! Theatre Arts sends soaring show tunes and emotive monologues resounding through the Tulsa community with high-energy productions of time-tested family theater favorites. Based on the 1980 film, Fame follows a group of young performers at the School of Performing Arts in New York City as they confront overbearing stage mothers, anger issues, and the challenges of completing a history exam in Morse code using only tap shoes. A cast of 20 thespians sings and dances as the talented but troubled youngsters and their stubborn parents express their dreams and hopes via soaring choruses and athletic choreography. Experience the musical as notes bounce off the newly restored walls of the Tulsa Little Theatre, a 1930s playhouse that was remodeled to look exactly as it did in its original state, from the color of the lobby to the speakeasy hidden in one of the bathroom stalls.