100 Willis St
My approach is conservative, meaning less is often more. I have an inherent appreciation for the uniqueness of each client and his or her natural anatomy – and this is respected every step of the way. I believe there is perfection in imperfection which is not only reflected in my company name –`Imperfect’ but is fundamental for desirable outcomes. Understanding that not all faces are equal and accepting that not everyone will look good with full lips, and that cheek enhancements can be striking and youthful for some, but for others it can add to the ageing process by making the eye sockets appear deeper. Many variables need to be considered when designing a treatment plan, to ensure distortion does not take precedence over beauty.
An ancient eastern aesthetic philosophy known as wabi-sabi resonates with me and has helped me fine tune my thoughts and contribution to this industry. It is about understanding and accepting yourself – your unique perfection and enhancing just that — not feverishly trying to rebuild yourself to pose as something else. It is `understated elegance’ (wabi) and `takes pleasure in the imperfect’ (sabi). It is about specialised craftsmanship that recognise this, and can enhance the natural state or preserve it, so it simply belongs.