With clients, I will often take their face in my hands and feel for increased muscle tension, skin laxity, fat loss or gain and facial asymmetries. I analyze the contours and planes of the face—taking into account subtleties like how light hits and highlights the face—to the interplay between facial muscles, skin tone and bone structure. It’s important to understand how the muscles, bone and soft tissue interplay so I can produce the most desirous effect for each individual client.
I approach and treat every client’s needs from a standpoint that’s as individual as they are – No particular “solution” or remedy should be the same. I consider part of what I do to be that of a sculptor – Doing this well and naturally is an art form, and I’m immeasurably passionate about it. I’m one of those lucky people that are obsessed with what they do – It brings me great joy, especially when I’m told that I’ve been able to improve the quality of someone’s life – Nothing compares
My results reflect the whole. My goal is to create harmony between facial shape, symmetry and dimension. The outcomes are a reflection of my ability to see my client’s face first from a visual and artistic point of view. With my treatments I always consider important elements like shadows of the face and light reflections to add overall brightness and refreshment.