Tattoo in Vancouver Heights

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Established: 2009
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Most popular service: Airbrush spray tans
Brands Used: Multiple solutions depending on your natural skin tone

At Platinum Tanning, clients can maintain a beach-ready look year-round. The tanning salon darkens complexions with a UV-free tanning alternative can bask in the misting particles of an airbrush tanning solution, which is applied by hand by a technician to ensure the natural-looking formula goes on evenly.

8600 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver,
WA
US

Black Hole makes body decorating safe and accessible with two locations, rigorous cleanliness standards, and a licensed staff of tattoo artists and piercers. Those going the piercing route can adorn the head or body with a glint of jewelry, ranging from standard surgical stainless-steel barbells to more-ornate navel rings and conflict-free diamond nostril screws. Black Hole offers ear and facial piercings, including lip, nostril, and labret ($25–$35); body piercings, such as nipple ($25 for one) and surface anchors ($50); genital piercings ($70 on average); and more. Basic starter jewelry starts at $12 and goes up depending on function and style. For inspiration, watch Hellraiser or browse through the gallery of piercing pics, then check out the piercing requirements here.

2946 NE Glisan St
Portland,
OR
US

Boogie's Burgers & Brew is not a run-of-the-mill burger joint. One glance at the burgers belies the premium ingredients used, with grass-fed local beef and organic produce stacked between locally baked preservative free buns. Diners can wash down their burgers and fries with fresh-spun milkshakes or local beers, while those with gluten-free or vegan lifestyles can ask the kitchen to craft a sandwich just for them. Perhaps best of all, Boogie's stays open till the wee hours of the morning, for anyone who needs a burger to soak up the night's adventures or to use as an emergency pillow.

3018 E Burnside St
Portland,
OR
US

The beauticians at Silk & Stone connect East and West with a repertoire of Middle Eastern–inspired spa services, products, and workshops that beautify and illuminate members of each culture. Silk & Stone’s resident henna artist develops a lengthy list of retail products, from botanical-based haircare blended with Pakistani, Persian, and Indian recipes to aromatherapy oils. In private treatment rooms, aestheticians perform services including an Ayurvedic facial with complimentary footbath or threading, which allows a technician to accurately pluck facial, hand, and finger hairs from any skin type with imported antibacterial cotton thread. The cultural tradition of henna is brought into sharp focus as artists use the powder to naturally dye the hair, create intricate designs on brides for their wedding day, or teach students tips and tricks for applying the dye to hands, feet, or their invisible friend’s forearm.

3807 SE Belmont St
Portland,
OR
US

Some know her as Kiana, some know her as Kangaroo Paw, but whatever the moniker, she is the brains and artistic spirit behind Kangaroo Paw Tattoo. Kiana specializes in many scientific-themed artwork including galaxies, ancient mysticism, geometry, and cosmic fractals. She meets with clients for consultations, during which they mutually discover bespoke designs for unique skin art.

7015 N Greeley Ave.
Portland,
OR
US

Similar to Superman and a telephone booth, people walk into Adorn Body Art with one appearance, and walk out with another. Instead of a cape, they exit brandishing new piercings, customized tattoos, and other creative body modifications. But unlike the man of steel, the customers here need some help with their quick change––and that's where the Adorn staff steps in. The studio's body piercers average more than a decade of experience apiece, and its tattoo artists cover a wide range of styles, from traditional to realistic to delicate. And, to ensure a perfect design each time, these ink gurus compliment their own ideas with hundreds of reference books, each of which was kicked out of the city library for rebelling against the Dewey Decimal System.

2535 SE Belmont St
Portland,
OR
US