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  • Working with the Upper, Middle, and Lower Face in Esthetics

    Working with the Upper, Middle, and Lower Face in Esthetics

    A fantastic technique I use with my clients is examining the face in sections. This means looking at the upper face, mid face, and lower face anatomy of each client. Of course, the neck and décolleté are also important, but in this article we're covering the face.

  • Are you Working with the Anatomy of EACH Face?

    Are you Working with the Anatomy of EACH Face?

    As estheticians, we are all about using high performance skincare products and advanced technology to help our clients look their best. But there's more to it than that, right! 

    Everything we do should be based on the anatomy of each face since no two faces are alike. In other words, each will present with different needs.