Southern Surgical Arts Beauty Bar
For Chelsea King, it’s all about the small details. When she’s working with her clients at Southern Surgical Arts Beauty Bar, she uses her artistic, meticulous eye to customize a plan that best fits their needs. “I am sure to be particular with each individual client,” she shares. “In aesthetics, you must carefully pay close attention to every little detail.” King has been with SSA since 2020, and in that time, she’s been able to expand her knowledge and grow in the field of cosmetics. “Becoming a nurse injector is a lifelong dream of mine that has finally come true,” she says. “I am in the beginning of my journey; however, I am eager to continue learning and to discover new techniques to better serve my clients.”
East Tennessee State University – Johnson City, TN
Certified Nurse Injector
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
Basic Life Support
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
1. What influenced you to pursue your career?
I truly have the heart to help individuals boost their self-confidence while enhancing their own beauty. Being in the cosmetic setting has opened my eyes and helped me pursue my dreams of being a nurse injector.
2. What’s the most rewarding part of your profession?
The smile and happiness on clients’ faces at the end of their appointments!
3. How do you develop a plan for each client?
First and foremost, I build a good relationship with my clients. My goal is to personalize a treatment plan for each individual client based on their concerns and their specific facial aesthetics. Each client is beautiful in their own way, and I want to be able to give them the extra confidence they deserve.
4. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?
They are a reflection of my reputation. I want them to be confident in me and trust that I will take care of them while meeting their aesthetic desires.
5. What is your best advice for clients?
Be YOU. Be open and honest with your aesthetic desires. Always be precise when choosing your nurse injector.