SpaRenity Nails & Organics to open in same Waterfront center as Bread & Circus
03/19/2014 5:00 AM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — In keeping with the organic theme of the Waterfront's new Whole Foods Market, which will go by Bread & Circus in Wichita, a new spa and salon featuring organic products is opening in the same center.
Wichitan Kevin Tuan and his family own four salons around Wichita, but now he's branching out on his own for two more, including the one at the northwest corner of 13th and Webb.
His first SpaRenity Nails & Organics will have a grand opening Sunday at 3750 N. Woodlawn.
Tuan says this will be a smaller spa, offering pedicures, manicures and facials, than the one he'll open at the Waterfront. That one also will include massage.
Tuan says he wants to see how the first one goes and make adjustments for the Waterfront site.
The Woodlawn spa is opening in the former Golden Nail space.
"Everything's brand new," Tuan says.
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