Design Degree Grads Launch Cyber Facelift Website

Plastic surgery is a big business and with the new site launch of ConceptFACE.com it just got a little bigger. People now considering plastic surgery or just generally curious about facial makeover procedures can now conceptualize their new look with the help of professional designers through the newly launched online facial design service.

Using aesthetic design skills, they create conceptual designs that encompass a client's entire face. Clients see how a total enhancement can affect the aesthetic of their overall face. Their approach to designing faces is a honed process that is far more than just enlarging a feature and reducing another. It's a skillful balance between design principles and artistic talent. The art is not in drastically changing someone's face, but in capturing individual character and bringing out the best in it.

"A person can actually see their face conceptually made over before committing their face to procedures," says James Michaels. "Instead of relying solely on their imagination or other patients' before-and-after photos, people can see their face conceptually designed before plastic surgery or an image makeover." ConceptFACE.com designers have a Web Design Degree and a minimum of 8 years professional design experience.

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