My girl Maddie Moore introduced me to my favorite STL Lip Filler, the GLAMskin RN on Instagram around a year ago.
I immediately loved her because I am a fan of any business owner who knows how to brand themselves well and uses Instagram to market- and market well. Her Instagram is so good!
She’s also the go to for lots of my clients in the Saint Louis area! Her work is AMAZING.
Krista told me that the day before she came into the studio she panicked and called Maddie to help her plan outfits.
But she was still nervous!
She ended up bringing almost her entire closet, and we narrowed it down to our favorite outfits. I couldn’t even tell you which one is my very favorite outfit, but her skin tone looked amazing in white.
We all know I’m a fan of neutrals.
That said though, I actually love the colors she brought, too. This orange looks so good with her skin tone and her hair. I loved the contrast, even though I’m not usually one for brighter colors.
STL Lip Filler by GLAMskin RN
Krista, the owner of GLAMskin RN, offers all the normal skin services, but she specializes in lip injections and lip blushing, which I would love to some day have done if I’m ever in STL for longer than my shooting days.
She uses her K-LIP technique to give a couture lip that will be your own and will fit your individual personality. She says there’s an art to creating the perfect pout and she’s spent many years perfecting her technique to give you the lips you’ve always dreamed of.
Other services includes skin perfecting, cosmetic injectables, sculpting, and shaping protocols, tightening techniques, laser hair removal, and liquid face lifts, not to mention a wide range of other cosmetic laser and facial services.
The GLAMskin RN can truly transform your skin and help you to achieve a more youthful appearance for the long term, with results seen in just one visit! The GLAMskin RN’s renowned techniques and specialty needles can subtly sculpt and lift, taking years off your face while achieving a natural, fresh, well-rested look.
We all want that, right?