Keep your kids believing you're cool with the great clothes at Claires.
Who's ready to make over their wardrobe? Ladies in the market for a new look will love the items available at this store.
Freshen up your wardrobe with an item from Claires. You will be looking better than ever.
With parking nearby to spare, Claires is ready for your visit.
Within the bright green walls of Cry Baby Ink, a staff of body artists customizes meticulous tattoos, sells fetching apparel, and studs appendages with piercings. The studio occupies a convenient Valley River Center location, increasing the mall's cool factor without the need to hire the Hells Angels for security.
Ditch the self-tanning lotion and head to Eugene's High Priestess Tanning for a professional tanning service.
High Priestess Tanning offers a wide selection of tanning services, including custom airbrushing.
This salon exercises an open-door policy. All you have to do is walk in for a fabulous appointment.
If you're short on cash, take care of business with one of many major credit cards.
Patrons can park in a lot near High Priestess Tanning or take advantage of the generous street parking.
When you want to get a tan during the off-season, head on over to High Priestess Tanning.
The artists at Back Door Studios specialize in turning their patrons' ideas into intricately rendered reality, tattooing everything from watercolor-style birds to beautiful black-and-gray Day of the Dead women. Some of the artists can even freestyle a tattoo, which some people believe yields a more artistic, less rigid tattoo than one applied with a stencil. Inside the studio, books of designs are ready for perusal for those who haven't hit on the perfect tattoo just yet.
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.”
Buku, a tattoo artist with more than eight years of experience, opened TCB Tattoo in the summer of 2013. He draws on more than eight years of experience to ink skin with designs that range from skulls and tribal patterns to delicate flowers and intricate portraits. He also stocks an inventory of body jewelry in the parlor.