As a Licensed Cosmetologist and Freelance Makeup Artist, Eden truly believes that when we look better, we FEEL better. That’s why this New York City native has worked for years in the beauty and wellness industry recommending services and products that make women and men look and feel their best! Her experiences working with Sephora and Chanel have exposed Eden to the vast array of skincare options available to consumers today, and also how confusing this industry can be. She takes pride in making honest and knowledgeable recommendations that enhance not only the appearance of your skin but also the health of your skin!
In her role as Front Desk Representative, Eden is one of the first faces you’ll see when entering Midwest Facial Plastics & Face Cosmetic Skincare. She knows that some of the treatments we offer may be a little confusing or intimating the first time you visit us, so Eden goes the extra mile in making you feel comfortable and informed. She is a firm believer in the Golden Rule and is adamant about treating patients with the warmth and friendliness that she would expect.
Eden’s aesthetic eye and creativity extend far beyond just makeup application. In her downtime, she is an amateur photographer. She can also be found sketching and designing dresses! Eden loves drawing inspiration from the unique beauty inside of the people and places she encounters.
It is Eden’s goal to both provide you with the knowledge and effectively steer you in the right direction when inquiring about the services, procedures, and products offered at Midwest Facial Plastics & Face Cosmetic Skincare. She knows it can be a tricky industry to navigate and feels honored to be entrusted with providing you the information you need to make the best decisions for the health and appearance of your skin!
“I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it, and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.” -Roald Dahl