Permanent Makeup in Redmond

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For more than a quarter century, the skilled stylists, nail technicians, and massage therapists of Today’s Chalet have helped relax and beautify patrons throughout Washington and Oregon. A selection of “flavors” allows patrons to customize mani-pedis with the scent of champagne and rose, chocolate, cranberry, or seasonal treatments, and parties for both children and adults encourage group pampering.

1000 W Jewett Blvd
White Salmon,
WA
US

As high-pitched needles buzzed in the background, a young April Slater traced her father's designs, stenciling with a steady hand and honing her artistic eye. Many years later—after apprenticing and working at several other parlors—Slater opened her own studio, Memento Ink. In the bright, cheerful space, Slater decorates bodies with classic and custom designs while her staff performs piercings and applies permanent makeup. Customers enjoy refreshments in the airy lobby as they browse classic tattoo designs and portfolios of original artwork. Of her studio that she makes available to host charity events, Slater has said, “I wanted everyone to feel welcomed and have the same positive experience, whether it was their first tattoo or they had a full bodysuit.” The Register-Guard suggests that “she’s been successful in doing just that.”

525 Main St.
Springfield,
OR
US

At Capelli's Salon, Jessica Luthi welcomes customers for sun-defying spray tans. The spray-tanning technician fastidiously coats skin in the tanning solution, allowing for guests to achieve bronzed tones without braving the harsh UV rays of outdoor sunlight. At the salon, patrons can also find services such as eyelash extensions, facials, and hair services.

88080 Territorial Highway
Veneta,
OR
US

The natural twinkle of chandelier lighting adds a touch of elegance to every service administered inside Face It! Clients unwind in the wooden hued space, browsing a full menu of nail, skin, and body care treatments ranging from spray tanning to mani-pedis to makeup applications. To leave clients' complexions and consciences feeling clean, the estheticians rely upon a lineup of socially conscious products characterized by eco-friendly processing methods and the manufacturers' refusals to test on animals or Abe Lincoln busts. m]]

285 E 5th Ave
Eugene,
OR
US