dedicated to nurturing the "whole person" through a celebration of beauty, CULTURE, AND spirituality

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The Center for Aesthetic Modernism is dedicated to nurturing the "whole person" through a celebration of beauty, culture, and spirituality. We cultivate beauty consciousness aligned with preventive health and self-identity. We strive to enhance authentic beauty through restoring youthful facial contours, growing healthy hair, and optimizing skin vitality. Our team is here to guide you along a dynamic pathway to looking good, feeling good, doing good, and ultimately being good.

Mission & Philosophy

Do Good H.A.I.R.

Do Good H.A.I.R. Therapy guides the individual through a health mindful journey of self-discovery. Our holistic approach - an integration of ancestry exploration and art therapy combined with healing practices including meditation, scalp massage and light therapy - ensures that you receive the highest level of care to align hair growth with personal growth. For advanced hair loss, we offer PRP therapy and hair transplantation to restore hair in areas of thinning and balding.

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Artisan of Self

SELF-ACCEPTANCE, SPIRITUAL AWAKENING, AND A JOYOUS LIFE.

Our carefully curated seasonal programs combine in-office aesthetic medical treatments for hair and skin, as well as outside experiences that will increase awareness of the profoundly important role that nutrition, exercise, and artistic expression play in living a Good Life.

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Feb 20, 2015
We stepped into the New Year with a big bang offering a private dance masterclass hosted by Washington's acclaimed Step Afrika!  As many of you know, I'm passionately committed to transforming my plastic...
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Sep 05, 2014
The Center for Aesthetic Modernism recently kicked off our new Artisan of Self (AOS) program with a fantastic private cooking class held at L'Academie de Cuisine in Bethesda, MD. Our chef for the evening was Nichole...
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Aug 09, 2014
MODERN ART has been a guiding force as I have sought to navigate my ambivalence with the Eurocentric canon of plastic surgery.  The American artist, Robert Motherwell, once described the intent of his art...
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Dec 16, 2013
I grew up in Gary Indiana, just 20 miles outside of Chicago Illinois.  In stark contrast to the Windy City - Gary was a small steel town – most readily recognized by industrial odor and the smoke stacks of the U...
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