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A Botox & Injectable Party is a HUGE HIT in Westchester!

I am not sure if the sophisticated woman that resides in Westchester County is domesticated at all...I am confident that she is nearly hairless, has impeccable skin, qualifies as being physically fit and is absolutely obsessed with anti-aging products.  

As your beauty expert I need to bare the whole truth and nothing less. The average woman in Westchester will try and do anything suggested to them if it diminishes an unwanted line, wrinkle or removes any marks from her face.

When I suggested a “Botox & Injectable Party” to my good friend and colleague Diane Mammana, owner of Salon Posh in Mamaroneck..she was supportive and we began the planning! I have been having Botox & Juviderm since the young age of 27 and love the results. I have not been loyal to one plastic surgeon and have been ecstatic with each and every plastic surgeon in my injectable journey.  

Diane and I recently had our Botox & Juviderm administered by Dr. William Losquadro, Otolaryngology & Facial Plastic Surgeon of Mount Kisco Medical Group. Diane and I fell in love!! His technique and natural disposition were a perfect fit for what we were looking for. Recently, we approached Dr. Losquadro about our idea and he was privileged to be the major player in our party! 

JKFlashy & Salon Posh’s Botox & Injectable Party is next Tuesday Oct. 23, in the evening at Dr. Losquadro’s Katonah office. The social media response and overall consensus has been extraordinary! Women are intrigued and want an appointment, eager to attend and observe or have had questions and are finally coming out and asking. In our experience there is a direct correlation between younger females and committing to an injectable appointment versus a mature audience has questions and wants to watch.  

As your beauty expert, I encourage you to step out of your “box” ask questions if you have any and explore the Westchester beauty culture. 

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Jill K. October 20, 2012 at 02:39 AM
It is not sketchy - it is a Professional Medical Procedure...a Plastic Surgeon administers all injectables. Thanks for all the comments!!!
Ross Revira October 20, 2012 at 11:42 AM
Jill, do the injectables effect the users eyesight? One would think so because most of the people I see with face work look like they just left Madam Toussaud wax museum .
Jill K. October 20, 2012 at 02:34 PM
Great question! Never ever should an injectable affect eye sight. That is very unfortunate you have not witnessed amazing work. That is why it is extremely important to use someone reputable and have a consultation first! Let me know if you have any other questions!
Denise November 04, 2012 at 01:00 AM
Jill - I cannot agree that sophisticated means unnatural obsession with one's body. I'm hairy, my hair is gray, and my wrinkles are wrinkled. I know plenty of other women in Westchester, New York City, Paris, Nice, London, Toronto, Camden and many other places who do not get rid of their body hair, dye their hair or spend a fortune on injectable poisons. Better to spend the money on helping the starving. But I know, you are a business. A business preying on the insecurities of the wealthy. Sophisticated women are secure and confident, not wimpy, withering whiners trembling about aging. Be proud you are aging! Its a wonderful feeling to let all that go and love life and embrace the things you love to do and care about. Step away from the mirror and live.
Jill K. November 04, 2012 at 01:31 AM
Thanks for reading my Blog! I encourage you to read the blogs written about Charitable Causes I participate in. I don't think there is a full understanding about the purpose of this blog. I think instead of asking questions and being curious there is ignorance and judgement. I will do my best to take this into consideration in writing future blogs. Thanks so much!

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