It all started back in 2006. I was a high school senior trying to decide what I would be going to college to pursue my dreams for. I have always had a passion for helping women and making them feel good about themselves so I thought, "why not become an OB/GYN"? Luckily for me, my high school offered a program where I could go to a local hospital and be immersed in all of the "women's services". This included L&D. While in the program, I witnessed a sweet innocent baby be born addicted to heroin. On one hand, I was sad. On the other, angry. I decided this was no longer the career path for me. I told my parents I would not be attending college (which went over like a you-know-what in a punch bowl) and immediately my mom began searching for something, ANYTHING, for me to do. Bless her. One day she came to me with the idea of becoming an esthetician. I had no clue what that was, but it sounded important so I liked that. 11 years later... here I am! Waxing lady parts and making up faces, and I wouldn't trade it for anything!