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At Omnis Ink, we provide artistic, natural-looking paramedical tattoos and offer a safe, inviting space, for everyone. We are here to help you close a chapter or move forward in your wellness journey.

The artists at Omnis Ink have been specially trained in advanced paramedical tattooing and we are proud to offer these services to not only the Vancouver and Portland area, but to all of those traveling from around the world to seek our expertise.

Our artists want to help you feel your best. So, let us walk the journey with you, as you head towards happiness, confidence, and wholeness.

Our Services:

Areola Restoration-Post surgical, Post Top Surgery, Gender Affirming, Feminization, Hearts

Scar Camouflage Tattoo- Surgical, Self Harm, Burns, Grafts, Accident, Injury

Stretch Mark Camouflage Tattoo-Growth, body change, weight loss, anywhere on the body



  • Areola Tattoo

    An areola tattoo is a popular tattooing procedure that happens on the chest or breast area where the areola once existed. The purpose of it is to create a 3D tattoo that mirrors the shape and design of an areola and nipple. Areola restoration is often the finishing touch for post top surgery, gender affirmation, and people who simply want a cosmetic procedure to enhance the look of their breasts.

  • Scar Camouflage Tattoo

    This tattooing method disguises scars and skin areas that no longer have pigment or no longer match your natural skin tone. Your artist will use flesh-tone colors that match your skin tone to ensure your scar blends with the surrounding area. After your treatments, your scars will be less noticeable and some people may never know they existed.

  • Stretch Mark Camouflage Tattoo

    This tattooing method helps disguise your stretch marks by filling the areas that no longer have color with ink pigments that match your natural skin tone.


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