After completing my master esthetician training, I spent a few years working at European Wax Center and Equinox. Between these two roles, I have extensive experience with waxing and facials. What some people may not know though is that I also studied make-up application in New York. I am so excited to be working at the Millennium Tower because now I can offer more services than ever before! Whether it’s getting your make-up done before a big presentation at work, getting ready for a Friday night on the town, or prepping for an elegant gala, I want to help residents feel confident and look their best.
My routine is simple but varied. I cleanse my face in the morning, and I double cleanse at night. People don’t realize how important it is to double to cleanse to really clean out their pores! I use a variety of products depending on what my skin needs. If it looks dry, I will use a heavier moisturizer than usual. Or if it is starting to look dull, I will use an overnight brightener. Caring for your skin is recognizing what it needs.
We have organic peels that are great for people who struggle with hyper pigmented skin. It’s less harsh than a chemical peel and removes the top layer to get to the fresh skin underneath. To see results, you really need to do an organic peel at least every two weeks!
Now through April 30, FLX is offering an All-Natural Osmosis Medi-Facial with Peel for only $165 (regularly priced at $340). In just 60 minutes, your skin will be infused with proteins, vitamins and natural fillers for a beautiful and brighter look!
I love the people! Everyone has been so welcoming and positive, it’s an enjoyable place to work. I really appreciate being in an environment where my coworkers and clients are all so kind.
I’m a simple person, I enjoy visiting museums on my days off. I have a membership to the Museum of Fine Arts! It a great place to visit year-round, but I really love the events they have during the summer. I also have a puppy, so we like to go on walks. I can’t wait until it is warmer so we can go more often.