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Meet Lindsey Nelson of CALM Esthetics in Highland Village

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lindsey Nelson.

Lindsey, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
Growing up, I never had the best of skin. Knowing how it felt as a teenager to struggle with problematic skin, I decided I wanted to be that person that could help others. I received my esthetics license in April of 2007. I work for Coldwater Creek Spa from 2007-2013. After Coldwater closed, I then worked for a friend of mine until 2018. It was when I had my third child I realized I needed to be my own boss. That’s when I started CALM esthetics. Skincare is my passion, it’s in my blood, it’s what gets me excited.

Has it been a smooth road?
Not going to lie it’s not been easy. Being a Wife, full-time mommy of three, and owning a business is not simple. Finding time for everyone and everything is challenging. Working for someone is totally different than working for yourself. I have learned lots and know there is much more to come. My clients have been so supportive and God loves them so very patient with me. I’m so blessed to have what I have.

We’d love to hear more about your business.
I have a variety of facials. All custom to fit your concerns. I offer multiple chemical peels, again all customized for your skin needs. I offer lash lifts and tints. The service that sets me apart from other estheticians is my training in sugaring. Sugaring is an all-natural type of hair removal. Not many in my area offer this service.

The most important thing I do is educate. Being an esthetician is not just about the pampering and the fluff (although that does help). It’s all about educating your client on the dos and don’ts, teaching them how to care for their skin.

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
It’s absolutely a good place! This area is growing.

Contact Info:

  • Address: 200 Marketplace Lane
    #200 Lewisville TX 75077
  • Phone: 9405974495

Image Credit:
Paisley layne photography

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