The virtuosic team of free-thinking inkers at Divine Machine Tattoo emblazon empty dermises with custom and classic stamps in the clean confines of their studio. During a free consultation, clients discuss their carapace-coloring inspiration with one of several talented artists to determine how long it might take and schedule their session. Commission a photorealistic portrait on your back or bicep from Christopher or opt for the stylized pattern work of Randall. Dustin envisions simple, bold compositions, and Noelle can immortalize a favorite Doonesbury comic on your forehead with her knack for text and cartoon. Clients can also use their Groupon at Beyond DMT on Main Street to receive a tattoo from owner and artist Cory Cudney, though his rates are higher than other artists and additional fees will apply.
Arboreal Ink is a tattoo and piercing studio located at 1745 Hertel Ave in Buffalo, NY that offers custom body art in a clean and professional environment. We are a new establishment, opened in early 2011, and are eager to spread our artistry around Buffalo.
Erie Weight Loss Center exists to nudge people toward healthier lifestyles. To do this, the staff offers services such as weight-loss programs, Lipo-Light treatments, and whole-body vibration. However, the center's approach isn't strictly traditional. The staff also prescribes ZenFrames, which use light and audio to nix unhealthy habits such as smoking and playing fetch with lions.
Burnt-red walls and cozy furniture create a homey, welcoming experience for guests at Lena Salon & Spa, ideal for relaxing before a pampering beauty treatment. Salon and spa services run the gamut from haircuts to eyelash extensions and nailcare. Airbrush tanning, massages, and bridal packages are also available.
At Good Health Rejuvenation, a skin savior repairs dingy dermis with two types of Glytone chemical peels. A salicylic-acid peel gently wipes away excess oil, dirt, and chalk drawings of Conrad Bain from blemish-prone skin on a client's face, back, and chest, and the glycolic-acid peel irons out fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation, leaving skin looking millions of seconds younger. Clients can then procure medical-grade skincare products such as a mild gel or cream wash ($29), facial cream ($42–$46), or exfoliating lotion ($32–$38) to continue their skincare regimen at home. Though rare, side effects for both peels can include mild pain and itching and can last for up to a week.