Photo: G-Stock Studio (Shutterstock) When you see someone with facial injectables you don’t like, there’s something you need to remember (besides the fact that your opinion on someone else’s aesthetic enhancements isn’t relevant): For everyone with exaggerated filler or too-frozen Botox you spot in the wild, there are dozens more people walking around with work so undetectable you’d never know they paid for their face to look how it does. Whether you want to be clearly done-up or natural-looking, getting your desired results is as much of a delicate science for you as injecting your face is for your provider. Here are a few tips. Do some light reading on Botox (or maybe don’t) From the “lip flip” to the “Botox eyebrow lift,” magazines and digital media are always promoting some “new” use of Botox. You’d be forgiven for getting swept up in all the clicky headlines and before-and-afters and marching straight to your nearest clinic. I don’t bring reference photos because everyone has different facial structures and the strength of muscles in everyone’s face varies Before you head in for an appointment, it’s good to do your research, but you should also be aware, as Dr. Schwartzburg, founder of Manhattan’s Skinly Aesthetics , explained, that there’s no real “new” use of Botox so much as there are new trends. Dr. Schwartzburg doesn’t mind if clients come in with printed-out articles about whatever procedure they’re looking for and stacks of reference photos—whether they’re of celebrities or the client’s own […]