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Life & Work with Nube Calle-Matute. of Lutherville Timonium

Today we’d like to introduce you to Nube Calle-Matute.

Hi Nube, so excited to have you on the platform. So before we get into questions about your work-life, maybe you can bring our readers up to speed on your story and how you got to where you are today?
I came to this country leaving many dreams behind and only having hope to make new ones and hope to be able to move forward.

It was not easy to integrate and adapt, but not impossible. I needed to have a balance with everything I did, my kids, my home, my job, and eventually starting my education again. Luckily with a lot of discipline, I was able to succeed a bit at a time and move forward.

One of my biggest obstacles was the language barrier, my kids and my experiences were my teachers, by being there trying to help with their homework and my daily work in which I interacted with my clients, learning a bit at a time. I am very grateful for my workplace, About Faces, because they have been able to work with me so I can be a mother, and then when I had to go back to school.

I love creating change and educating the client in everything I do and its purpose, working as a team together. I realized skincare was one of my passions, and with every smile I see. I want to make my clients feel safe and comfortable, and beautiful with the natural change and service I provide.

I still continuously educate myself in order to provide the best, most natural service, so anyone can walk out feeling more beautiful and confident in themselves

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way? Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
It has not been a smooth road, one of my biggest obstacles has been the language barrier when I first came into this country, trying to triumph over a step at a time.

Another struggle of mine was to be at home with my kids full time and trying to balance all the activities I needed to do, and my kids needed to do as well, since I was the parent that was at home in Maryland every single day of the week for a over decade until the pandemic hit the world all at once. By then my oldest was in his second year of college, and my second oldest was just finishing up high school, and my youngest was just in her last years of Elementary School

As you know, we’re big fans of you and your work. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about what you do?
I have been able to develop my skills in two areas work with skincare being an Aesthetician, where I clean and beautify the skin, and create a plan for treatment and consistent care.

I as am a Microblading Artist, where I design eyebrows and areolas, giving a natural indistinguishable result, with the goal of making my clients feel more beautiful and confident in themselves.

My proudest moments are seeing the change in my client’s skin and appearance with each result I get and seeing the happiness in their face and smile. I love embracing their hugs knowing their confidence in leaving the room has grown from when they first stepped in.

I believe what sets me apart from others is the heart and passion I put into every single detail of my care, always thinking about how I would want to be treated and feel if I were on the receiving end.

Where we are in life is often partly because of others. Who/what else deserves credit for how your story turned out?
I have to give the most credit to my motors, my kids, and JC Marin. My family that has always supported me through thick and thin, they are my mentors who still help me learn, and give me the ability and chance to be able to, in order to be a better me.

I as well have to thank my workplace which always has been able to give me a hand with my schedule, so I can play the part of the mother, worker, and student.

Without them and many more people who have supported me along the way, I would not be able to take the others each time in order to move forward and achieve my goals.


  • Microblading $600
  • Facials $95 – $170
  • Lash Lift $125
  • Areola (Bilateral – $800) (Lateral – $600)
  • Lips ($450)

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