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Meet The Team



CEO & Head of Aesthetics

Jodie owns Dollsface Aesthetics and is a GDC Registered Nurse, VTCT Assessor and Educator plus Advanced Aesthetics Practitioner.

Jodie is available to book for all treatments including Dermal Filler, Filler Packages, Anti-Wrinkle Injections, Skin Boosters and more plus teaches all our courses with students traveling from all over the world on a 1-2-1 basis.

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Laser Removal & Aesthetics Practitioner

Jade is an experienced laser removal technician plus aesthetics practitioner at Dollsface Aesthetics in Fulham.


Jade specialises in Laser Hair & Tattoo Removal (based at inkd opposite our clinic) and Aesthetics based within our clinic such as BBL Filler, Dermal Fillers, Skin Boosters etc.


PA & Course Co Ordinator

Miriam is Dollsface Aesthetics receptionist, course co-ordinator and PA.


Miriam can assist you with any queries regarding treatments and courses aswell as welcoming you into the clinic with her warm and welcoming smile. 

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Expert Hair Stylist

Kerry, a dynamic and vivacious personality, brings two decades of hairdressing expertise to our team. Her international travels have enriched her knowledge, exposing her to diverse techniques from around the world.


Kerry is open for appointments, offering services such as Balayage, Highlights, Cut and Blow-dry, Styling, Up-dos, Hair Extensions and a range of other exceptional hair services.

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Expert Hair Stylist

Matt is a seasoned hair artisan with an extensive and impressive 20-year legacy in the realm of hairdressing.

Matt stands as a true authority in the world of hair, possessing an exceptional mastery over the art of Balayage, Hair Extensions, Precision Cuts, and Styling. With his wealth of experience and unwavering dedication, Matt embodies the essence of a true hair expert, consistently delivering transformative and stunning results.



Level 3 Beautician

Anna has over 6 years of experience under her belt in skincare and NVQ Level 3 Beauty Therapy. 

Anna offers bespoke luxury facials within our clinic, beauty treatments and manual lymphatic drainage massages including post operative massages.



  • What is a pathway to injectables course?
    Our pathway to injectables course is for those who have no experience. This is your entry into aesthetics, it is all based online, SFJ approved and fully insurable with Finch Medical Group. The course takes on average 4-6 weeks to complete but there is no time limit on how long you have to complete it in, you can take your time. Once you have completed this qualification you can move onto your foundation training.
  • What does your foundation course include?
    Foundation Course To apply for our foundation course with Dollsface Aesthetics you must hold either of the following qualifications; ⁃ Dollsface Pathway to Injectables Qualification ⁃ NVQ Level 3 Beauty ⁃ Medic or GDC registered nurse ⁃ 6 months needling experience We do require proof of certification before we can book you onto our course. The foundation course covers foundation Dermal Fillers, Botulinum Toxin and Complications. It begins with online learning & exams using L3 Matrix, one of the best learning portals This is SFJ approved and fully insurable. This takes around 2 weeks to complete, we then can begin your practical training in house training. All my courses are 1-2-1 as I believe this is the best learning environment to get the most knowledge and benefits out of your course. The 4 days of training with myself, Award Winning Injector & Educator, Jodie. Day 1 – A full day of theory, complications, live dissolving on models and we work together to get all your platforms set up you will need for your new career. We will go over danger zones, injection technique and practising on a dummy. Day 2 – The morning will start with Q&A followed by live models for you to perform lip augmentation on. We will also demo the ultrasound machine to locate arteries and measure their depths (we are one of the only clinics in the UK that offer this) Day 3 – A full day of lip models for you to become fully confident and take plenty of images to begin your portfolio with. Day 4 – Foundation Botulinum Toxin Training. We begin the morning with in depth theory & complications. Marking out danger zones, mixing up botulinum toxin and practising technique plus going over all the legal aspects of this POM Drug. The afternoon is full of models for you to get a perfect understanding on how to produce the perfect result. At the end of day 4, you will receive certification and a goodie bag to start your new career! All lunch is provided. You will receive on going support from myself after your training & a discount code to purchase the ultrasound machine if you wish to do so. All my training has guaranteed insurance with Finch Medical Group. LOCATIONS; The Dolls Salon 73 High Street Corby Northamptonshire NN17 1UU Dollsface Aesthetics 246 North End Road Fulham London SW6 1NL
  • What does your advanced course include?
    To apply for this qualification, you must have held a foundation aesthetics qualification for 6 months. In the Advanced Dermal Filler Course, we cover the following; We are one of the only clinics in the UK that provide ultrasound demonstration during their courses to safely locate arteries, vessels & their measurements. You also receive a discount code for the training & machine should you want to train for yourself. Package 1; - Jawline Filler - Chin Augmentation - Cheek Augmentation Or Package 2; - Liquid Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty - Tear Trough Filler You must hold relevant qualifications for package 1 to be able to book package 2 due to these being such advanced treatments. Day 1 – We cover all theory, complications and techniques. We finish the day with a demo model and a model for yourself to get a feel of what we are doing. Day 2 – This day is full of models for you to practise. We get 6-8 models in on day 2 for you which are full face models. We believe this treatment requires a lot of practise so models are essential. Lunch is included. You will receive certification at the end of day two plus a goodie bag and celebration drink at our bar across the road ‘The Tipsy Horse’. This training is 1-2-1 and includes complications training and certification. You have guaranteed insurance with Finch Medical Group.
  • What are anti-wrinkle injections?
    Anti-wrinkle injections are on the frontline of anti-ageing treatments. When injected in small doses into targeted areas, anti-wrinkle injections block the signals between the nerves and the muscles, causing the muscles to relax. They reduce the appearance of lines to produce a look that is fresh, more youthful and, most importantly, natural.
  • How long do they last?
    ​ On average, anti-wrinkle injections last for 3-4 months. In a percentage of cases, patients may find their anti-wrinkle injections lasting a shorter time with repeated treatments or even failing to work. In these cases, it is possible that neutralising antibodies have been produced by the body’s immune system. It can take up to 14 days before you see any results.
  • What are fat dissolving injections?
    ​Fat Dissolving Injections is a treatment that helps to dissolve stubborn fat deposits simply and non-surgically. Many people suffer from stubborn areas of fat which are resistant to regular exercise. Sometimes even a strict dietary and exercise regime fails to reduce these stubborn areas of fat deposits.
  • How many sessions do I need?
    This treatment would require several sessions for the best results to take place. In this case, compared to surgical lipolysis, fat dissolving injections cost much less and may even only require two sessions depending on the amount of fat being eliminated. ​ You shouldn’t receive fat dissolving injections if: ​ you’re breastfeeding you have an inability to produce fat (lipodystrophy) you’re pregnant you have skin diseases or infections you have any conditions that affect fat processing in your body ​
  • What are dermal fillers?
    ​ Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, soften facial creases, remove wrinkles and improve the appearance of scars. ​ Fillers are not permanent. How long they last depends on things like the type of filler and where it's injected. They usually last between 6 and 18 months. Risks; ​ Serious problems are rare but can include: infection a lumpy appearance under the skin, which might need to be treated with surgery or medicine the filler moving away from the intended treatment area, which may need to be removed using surgery scarring blocked blood vessels in the face, which can cause tissue death and permanent blindness
  • Afterwards;
    ​ The affected area may be a bit red, sore and swollen. Any swelling or bruising should settle down in a few days. You will be advised about what to do to help reduce the risk of side effects on your appointment & be provided with an aftercare sheet. ​ This includes not wearing make-up immediately after the procedure and avoiding alcohol, coffee and the sun.
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