Shahla Whitmore is the Founder and President of Angelbare, a leading Permanent Makeup clinic in Boston. Bringing over a decade of beauty experience to her patients, she specializes in recreating a natural appearance. Shahla has trained extensively in Europe and at various academies across the the U.S., and today instructs in a variety of different micro-pigmentation techniques. She has helped other technicians begin a new career in the Permanent Cosmetic industry. Shahla is also a certified Paramedical Professional.
Her goal is to enhance the personal and professional image of each client using state-of-the-art techniques and her own artistic skills. The results of her work are designed to flatter, without overstepping good taste.
Shahla also finds her work can be especially rewarding when she sees restored confidence in patients who suffer from medical conditions that causes hair loss. Many of Shahla’s patients are cancer survivors, individuals with Alopecia, Albinism, or have Parkinson’s disease and for whom steadily applying an eyebrow pencil can be a struggle. Shahla is energized by helping men and women look their best, and has seen from her experience that when someone looks better, they also feel better.
Children have long-held a special place in Shahla’s heart. She provides free service to children who have lost their own eyebrows due to a medical condition or accident, and also offers complimentary scar camouflage treatments.
Angelbare has been featured on Chronicle, Fox 25, Channel 56 Health Works, Channel 4 Health Watch, and Newton TV. Angelbare services have also received newspaper attention from the Boston Globe, Newton Tab, Metro West Daily News, Newton Magazine, Senior Times, Daily News Transcript, Revere Journal, Boston Herald, Weekly Dig, Village, and Hakesher Magazine. She has been interviewed on WNTN radio as a recognized expert in Permanent Cosmetics.