Julie Bones

Julie Bones

I was born and raised in Sonoma County.  I received my BA in Biology from UC Santa Cruz.  After college, I studied Nursing at the Santa Rosa Junior College, earning my Associate Degree in Nursing.  

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“I get to be in touch with my artistic side and allow my attention to details to shine.”

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I have been an RN since 2006, starting out in the excitement of the Emergency Room (where everybody needs us, but nobody wants us).  Now as a wife and mother of twins, I have found a more grounded pace and connected style of nursing in aesthetics (where everybody wants us, but nobody needs us).  Now I get to be in touch with my artistic side and allow my attention to details to shine.

I really enjoy helping people feel good about themselves.  Aesthetics is more than just treating someone’s outside appearance.   Practicing this type of self-care helps us to not only look more beautiful on the outside but to feel more confident and positive on the inside as well.  We smile more, frown less and are kinder to one another.   Aesthetics is one of many ways we can honor and love our temple.  

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“Practicing this type of self-care helps us to not only look more beautiful on the outside but to feel more confident and positive on the inside as well.”
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I have a very gentle touch and take my time.  I love being the best part of each client’s day as I strive to enhance their natural features and beauty. I believe that when we feel better about ourselves, it carries through to our loved ones and the world around us.

Recent Articles

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