Cosmetic Procedures in Sherwood Park

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With one of the country's largest private selections of vintage clothing, Divine swaddles men, women, and children in handpicked retro gear and decorates their dermal canvases with piercings. Decade samplers can warm their carpet crawling digits with more than 100 styles of Converse shoes (from $29) or garnish their mid-sections with throwback T-shirts commemorating George Jones, KISS ($49), and Clint Eastwood's Mayoral campaign ($39). The alternative closet flaunts its old-school assets with an eclectic assortment of Vintage Eyewear (from $19) and A.J. Morgan sunglasses ($18) and encourages follicle raves with a bounty of fluorescent hair dye from Manic Panic ($12). While bargain hunters peruse a bevy of eco-friendly threads, a team of professional piercing artists helms the body design depot with an arsenal of jewellery, tools, and medical supplies primed to ornament patches of skin (piercings including jewellery are $59 on average). The clinical studio abides by government health educator and inspection agency conditions in order to ensure a safe and sanitary experience and crack down on undercover bellybutton rings.

10441 82 Ave NW
Edmonton,
AB
CA

Crimson Empire adorns bodies with custom tattoos and piercings made permanent by a team of hand-picked artists. To spark the imaginations of the tattoo-seeking populace, Crimson Empire publishes each artist's portfolio of custom tattoos and sketches online. Ink slingers then paint body canvas for $150 an hour, which typically covers a piece about the size of the palm. This Groupon's value may also be used toward a bigger piece such as the entire script of Titanic, or buyers can get an even smaller piece and use the remaining value toward a piercing. Crimson Empire's sure-handed piercers hang shiny ornaments on ear lobes ($20) and helixes ($40), as well as perform more sophisticated piercings such as microdermal anchors ($100). Piercing products may be included in the value, ensuring that fresh punctures are not held open with bamboo skewers or bendy straws.

11630 119 St NW
Edmonton,
AB
CA