Had the opportunity to go support the Breast Cancer Awareness walk in Downtown LA. What an Amazing experience with my loyal #allegrasArmy member M.E. It was a humbling experience and I'm grateful for the people I met and good health.
Come support Breast Cancer Awareness with #AllegrasArmy this Saturday (the 19th) in Downtown LA at 9 AM.
One thing I love about my girl M.E. is that she keeps it real.
You gotta love those people in your life that can say "Hey, ya know what? You were right." Without any shame.
Exciting to see what's in store for this beauty next.
I had to push the launch date of my website back. I will keep you updated and make another announcement when the site is officially launched.
Release date pending. Thank you for your patience as we transition to a more fully functional/Interactive site.
This weekend I had the great pleasure of meeting and interviewing Miss Foxy Menagerie. And she proved to be kind hearted, funny and very witty. A down to Earth woman who's always up for a good time. Can't wait to make so much more content with this beauty.
On this Episode of AColeTV I have a few of my friends come by and we discuss their plastic surgery journey. The ups and the downs that go along with changing your appearance. Who's to say what's right or wrong. My Friends Monica, M.E. & Angelica tell us their individual stories.
A month ago I had a skin infection in my right breast implant. So the Doctor had to take some CC's out to release the pressure on the incision point. So he took some out of the Left expander so I would be more symmetrical.
That's the beauty of Expanders. (Yes they are Expensive) but with a regular implant I would've had to probably get it explanted.
A month later the skin is healing and I feel fine. Thanks to Dr. Domanskis and his beautiful staff for working with me through this crazy journey.
AColeIndustries combined with Boobjobs4moms.com is giving you a "Behind the scenes" look at how consults go. The questions that are asked and the answers. At ACole Industries we strive to provide a safe space where women can feel comforted and knowledgable about the procedure they are going into.
At BJ4M we strive to make content that's supportive, educational, funny and helps break down the walls and the stigmas around BoobJobs.
A lot of women ask me, "What should I say or put in my bio?"
This is a perfect example! (Except for the driving part.)
She was open, honest and real.
We want to tell your story and showcase you in the best light.
Say why you're doing this, What your goals are, how this will make you feel.
We want our donors to see the best version of you while getting a little insight into who you are.
She gave me permission to repost this because I think it is perfect!
This is an educational video for women about the pressures of not going as big as you want.
Due to fear tactics and shaming by doctors, other women and society there are a lot of women that cave to go smaller than they actually desire.
In turn this provides more revenue when the woman is coming back 3 or 4 times to get the size she wanted originally.
We are here to put an end to that and help women realize (through other women's stories and testimonials.)
Your support and contributions will enable us to help these women meet their plastic surgery needs and "Change the World One BoobJob at a time"
In this episode of AcOleTV we discuss what a CC is.
I myself wasn't really sure when I first started this journey.
Now I have a betterunderstanding. At ACole Industries and BoobJobs4Moms.com we strive to be Educational.
Enjoy the video and we hope this helps.