Jasmine Allmon is #MadeForKnoxville.
Jasmine wants to help you look and feel your absolute best. As a child, she suffered from chronic eczema—but rather than shying away from skin issues, she used the experience to fuel her passion for corrective skincare.
A licensed medical aesthetician with diverse experience in both the spa and medical fields, Jasmine offers a range of services—from permanent makeup to medical grade skin treatments—to her clients. She’s using her skills to help others not only uncover their best skin, but discover their best selves through newfound confidence.
“My goal has always been to serve others and utilize my skills to make others feel confident in the way they look and feel.”
In Their Own Words…
Switching jobs during a pandemic can be challenging but the greater the risk, the greater the reward right?
My name is Jasmine Allmon and I’m a licensed medical aesthetician and aesthetics instructor for the state of TN.
I left my hourly job at the end of 2019 and became an independent contractor offering my skills to service others in the field of medical grade treatments such as, microneedling, chemical peels, facials, body treatments and full body speed waxing. I’m steadily growing my clientele and taking full advantage of any exposure I’m able to get. I also decided to return to my beauty school alma mater to become an Aesthetics educator, where I’m currently serving as the Laser Coordinator and part time senior inspector. Most recently, I’ve invested in a new skill and am apprenticing in Permanent Makeup and am looking forward to offering cosmetic tattooing such as brows, eyeliner, lips and paramedical tattooing such as 3D areola revision for mastectomy patients and micro scalp pigmentation for those suffering from hair loss.
My goal has always been to serve others and utilize my skills to make others feel confident in the way they look and feel.
Needless to say, an updated headshot would stand to serve me very well and would be very appreciated considering all of my entrepreneurial endeavors.
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