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Have you been measured? How do you measure up?

Updated: Sep 26, 2021

Hello my beauties…How do you measure up? Meaning, not how do you compare in intellect, in social standing, in finances, but how do you mathematically measure up? Most of us have heard of the famous Renaissance man, Leonardo Da Vinci. He was a painter, sculptor, mathematician, scientist, and inventor, who exemplified a zest for constant learning. Leonardo Da Vinci actively studied the human body and sought to unlock its mysteries. Through a systematic approach Da Vinci measured different angles and parts of the body and began a laborious study of how the human body fit together with all of its different pieces. How could he, as an artist and sculptor, consistently portray beauty? What made one human stand out for its beauty compared to others? Leonardo developed a mathematical principle to accentuate, restore and illustrate beauty, harmony, proportion, and balance. This principle of Da Vinci’s is known as the “divine” proportion - which uses the concept of phi (the golden ratio) to restore beauty.

So? With all of this being said, why does it matter, what does any of this have to do with you? During your consultation, I use a tool called a caliper to carefully take measurements of your face. These measurements help me map out where the best placement of fillers and even neuromodulators (Botox®, Xeomin®, and Dysport®) should be injected to maximize your beauty potential. By restoring, and supporting the divine proportions, I can help you become the best version of you. Maximize your beauty. Step forward and get measured!

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