Atlanta Permanent Cosmetics owner Melissa Vanzandt and her crew of certified technicians aim to eliminate the morning makeup hassle by anointing features with permanent cosmetics. A blessing to people with cosmetic allergies or vision problems, permanent cosmetics add discreet pigment to eyebrows, eyelids, and lips to help enhance the natural beauty of each client and return faces to neglected Mrs. Potato Head dolls. Meanwhile, specialists further illuminate facial beauty with speedy LED teeth whitening and lush mink lash extensions.
Permanent Great Looks Salon & Spa?s team of spa technicians enhances exteriors with a comprehensive menu of skin, body, and nail treatments. Manicure services provide customers with nails painted with Shellac polish that protects against chips for up to two weeks, even after wearers build sand castles to store stockpiles of shucked oyster shells. Toes simmer in heated bubble basins before curling up in steamy towels in the pedicure room, and aestheticians stationed in serene private rooms treat skin to body scrubs designed to polish surfaces and stir circulation. The active ingredients in body-scrub formulas range from Dead Sea salt to organic brown sugar steeped with essential oils and more conducive to soft skin than intercepting sneezes from the Marshmallow Man.
Ink Factory Tattoos brings ideas to life. Its certified, experienced tattoo artists let their work speak for them, with vibrant tigers, flowering skulls, and light-as-air butterflies painting a partial picture of the studio’s possibilities.
Today's side deal puts $80 toward the tattoo of your choice at Ink & Dagger Tattoo Parlour for $40. The quaint tattoo studio's minimum for tats is $60, so you'll be well on your way to sporting that handsome two-by-three Elvis face you've got planned for your calf or the soulful owl eyes you envision peeking over your collarbone. Tattoo prices vary depending on the artwork, placement, and skin type, so stop in to consult with an artist on how best to depict a puppy with a victrola for an ear on the back of your ear.
As one of the stars of the documentary Color Outside the Lines, Miya Bailey shared some of the struggles he's encountered as a tattoo artist of color. The prejudice he faced when starting out spurred him to make a name for himself, and he did just that. Today, the owner of City of Ink is a licensed tattoo artists whose skills are in high demand. Working alongside his professional colleagues, Miya creates works of art on any canvas his clients might provide, be it the upper arm, lower back, or anterior dorsal fin. His precise line work has earned him accolades from MTV, BET, and PBS, not to mention repeat visits from his happy clients.