We teach how to create a famous natural results, to medical professionals at our Harley Street Clinic in London. Over the last couple of years, we have taught hundreds of you from all over the world how to master this safe and beautiful technique. @rebecca_secretmedspa is one such practitioner, but we'll be creating a world map for our web page, that charts everyone whom has trained at one of our masterclasses.
@Regran_ed from @rebecca_secretmedspa - C A N N U L A 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
A cannula can be used almost anywhere on the face (besides nose- a needle is still needed for fine precision work). Compared to traditional needle injections, the cannula is safer, more comfortable, and causes essentially no bruising. Instead of slicing through tissue and vessels the way a sharp needle works, it glides through a single entry point acting as a blunt tipped paint brush and keeps all filler in the same plane for a very smooth result. You, the patient, feel nothing!
Here are some lips done with a cannula. It also gives amazing results for cheeks, under eyes, smile lines, and jaw contouring!
P.P.S. Thank you to the doctors at @consultant_clinic in London for giving me the knowledge and training to confidently bring this method to my practice.
#cannula#lipinjections#nonsurgicalrhinoplasty#juvedermvoluma#dallas#uptown#dallasbeauty - #regrann
A courthouse wedding, the sweetest couple and a favorite fall bouquet. ✨🌿 Photo: @megankayphotography
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Broken. Behind all the nice clothes, the make up, the hair did, the career, the influence, the faith, behind it all. There is STILL brokenness.
It doesn’t matter how much we try, we cannot cover up our brokenness. God has been teaching me how to be comfortable with allowing my brokenness to show WHILE God is healing those areas of my life.
This has happened most in my classroom. Of all places. Man. I make SO many mistakes as a teacher. Sometimes I question my position because I feel inadequate. Yet, instead of trying to put on a front, God has allowed me to be brutally honest with my students. I make mistakes. I get things wrong. I take my frustrations out on my students sometimes. And I always apologize. I remind them that I’m not perfect. All of my brokenness is visible. And that’s ok.
It’s incredible that we’ve come to the last month in 2018. It feels like it went by so quickly.
But guess what, in the last week of November, I consciously gave myself a treat for the little I’ve been able to achieve thus far. I love taking stock, but I’ve learned to be kind to myself in the process.
I’m sure there’s something you’re grateful for from January till present. So, don’t forget to celebrate what may seem like a nonachievement. Being conscious of one thing that every little step will gradually lead to the desired results.