Clients at Ease
When a client first sits down with nurse practitioner Ashley Hunter, she makes it her mission to put them at ease. “I want my clients to 100% be themselves – this is a safe space,” Hunter shares. “When I am with my clients, makeup is removed and often insecurities are revealed. Knowing how my client feels about themselves helps me curate a menu of services to address their goals and skin woes.” From smoothing to plumping and lifting, Hunter’s tailored services are designed to rejuvenate skin and help clients feel their best. “I want my clients to leave feeling even more confident than when they walked in,” she says. “I love partnering with my clients for the life of their skin.”
Facial and Expression Anatomy
Summa Cum Laude, Samford University
1. What influenced you to pursue your career?
I have always had a natural longing to care for others from a young age. By the time I was in high school, I knew what I wanted to be when I “grew up” and which colleges would help me get there. I never felt like I chose my profession. My profession chose me.
2. What is the most rewarding part of your profession?
That moment. The moment when you hand the client the mirror after their treatment. I hold my breath waiting to see their reaction – whether it’s smiles or happy tears, it’s always magical.
3. What would you consider to be your main strengths?
I am very motivated and intentional with my life. I want to learn and grow and be my absolute best at anything I do so that I can help others do the same.
4. How do you develop a plan for each client?
I spend a lot of time getting to know my clients. I actively listen to their concerns and then use my expertise and skills to provide natural, beautiful, and amazing results.
5. What’s the key to making a great first impression?
At Cúrate, we put a lot of thought into first impressions – the smell as you enter the building, the aesthetic appeal of the lobby. It allows for the perfect environment for me to build relationships with my clients.