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 Everyone wants a natural look but, unfortunately, all eyebrows are not born equally.  Microblading can even out the playing field by creating hair that isn’t really there.

Microblading, also known as hairline strokes and feather lines, is the art of giving your eyebrows a fuller look.  Microblading uses a tiny blade that deposits pigment slightly below the skin for a semi-permanent look that can last for years depending on your rate of cell regeneration.


That’s why there are so many people out there sporting the wrong eyebrows for their faces.

Did you know that where your eyebrows are supposed to go on your face is just mathematics? So, knowing that is understanding where, how high and how long your eyebrow should be in relation to your nose and eyes. At Brow Beat, we get eyebrows.  They make a statement.  They can be natural, have a higher arch and can create facial symmetry for a more glamorous version of yourself.

“Lets be honest, eyebrow gaps are more important than thigh gaps.”.

Eyebrow tattooing with a tattoo gun is becoming a thing of the past. Traditional tattoo needles go deep into the epidermis. The deeper the pigment deposit, the more layers of skin you see the pigment through. Eyebrows done this way can look unclear or distorted. This issue is referred to as “bleeding”. Microblading is deposited much higher in the epidermis, leaving less layers of skin to see each line through and creating a higher definition. (See diagram)

The hair-line strokes create a natural look whether eyebrow hair is present or not. Microblading is ideal for people suffering from alopecia or other hair loss conditions, as well as, for those of us who just want a perfect brow at all times, with or without make up or right out of the shower.

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Traditional eyebrow tattooing with a tattoo gun may, at some point over time, begin to bleed into a block-like color pattern due to the depth of the ink deposit.  The Microblading technique will not bleed like the pigment deposits with a tattoo gun.

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Marilyn Lee
Marilyn Lee
21:52 18 Nov 17
I have had my eyebrows microbladed before and also tattooed, and I was not happy with how they looked. I went here, to Brow Beat Studio and I am so glad I did. They look wonderful!! The LADIES their are so talented, knowledgeable, patient and very cool. They redid the old eyebrows and now they look really nice. They take their time and do excellent work. I highly recommend them. You won't be sorry you went.
Brittny Burkhalter
Brittny Burkhalter
22:17 23 Oct 17
As someone who rarely writes reviews I just had to. This is a very professional business with fabulous customer service. They treat their customers extremely well and provide top notch education and services. Of course my brows look amazing too! I wish I wouldn't have waited so long to get it done!
Jenn Rossi
Jenn Rossi
04:52 17 Oct 17
I don't usually review, but I felt motivated to do so this time because my two microblading experiences were like night and day! I had Microblading done about a year and a half ago with a well know artist in Dallas. I was not happy with the experience at all. My technician didn't measure me, ask me about the shape and she used the wrong color. I went to Brow Beat to see what we could do with my mediocre brows. They had faded quite a bit and I was ready for a redo. Brow Beat does things totally different, wow. Firstly I watched a video about the procedure so I fully understood it. They talk about stroke quality, ink quality and the layout of the flow of the brows. They also explain to you in the video aftercare and how it fades as the years go by. I was really impressed by this. The visual aids really help. After that we went back and fourth with the shape as she listened and adjusted based on what I told her. The first place was rushing me out the door, this girl gave me all the time I needed to feel so confident. My brows are such a success, I can't stop looking at them. Go to the people that care and won't block you the moment to ask questions.
Denisse Ortiz
Denisse Ortiz
20:41 18 Oct 17
Love brow beat!! Tennille and Bianca super sweet and funny and very informative which helped ease my nerves!! They really cared about explaining each detail and the power point video helped understand the process. Love that they made sure I was comfortable with my end results and each stroke they made and wasn't rushing me out the door. Definitely recommend to all my friends and family!!
Nicole Goodley
Nicole Goodley
00:13 29 Nov 17
These ladies know what they are doing and truly want to make sure you are comfortable and happy with your eyebrows. The place was so clean and sanitary. I am very happy with my eyebrows.
Brittany Whitacre
Brittany Whitacre
01:19 28 Dec 17
I was so nervous and scared to have Microblading done, but Tenille made me feel right at home and comfortable. I appreciated her perfectionism and attention to detail; she would explain to me everything she was doing and what was coming next, as well as what to expect. But my brows?! Oh my gosh! AMAZING! What I see is nothing I ever thought was possible or feasible to have. So thankful for Brow Beat Studio, their knowledge, their precision, their attention to detail and their great work. Would recommend to anyone! Great work!!!
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FAQ About Microblading!

Answers to your most frequent questions!

How come some people end up with green or purple eyebrows? 2017-12-23T08:17:13+00:00

Inks made with a base color of blue can end up with strange colors as they fade out. BrowBeat only uses quality ink made with a base color of black. Your Microblading will fade in a very natural way with no odd color retention.

Can I make them lighter after my first treatment? 2017-12-23T08:14:19+00:00

Unfortunately, this is much more difficult. That is why we take so much care in deciding the color with our client. During the measuring process, we will discuss color. We do not let our clients go darker than their indigenous color and we use precision in our application as depth can distort and deepen color.

Can I make them darker after my first treatment? 2017-12-23T08:13:53+00:00

Yes, you can! Sometimes clients feel after the healing process is completed that they want to go darker on the second visit. This can be done.

Why do I have to wait 4-6 weeks before my second treatment? 2017-12-23T08:13:25+00:00

The full healing process takes up to 4-6 weeks. The strokes may disappear and re-appear. We need to wait the full amount of time to ensure which hairs need the touch-up.

Can you make my eyebrows longer? 2017-12-23T08:12:55+00:00

Yes! All this is part of the artistry of Microblading and will be discussed during measuring. If you are only missing some tail hairs or beginning hairs they can be added during the procedure.

This is a depth issue. Some inexperienced technicians have not been precise in their art and have applied too much pressure on the blade during the procedure. These brows tend to turn a little gray looking as the pigment deposit is so deep.


Can you make my eyebrows thicker? 2017-12-23T08:11:45+00:00

Yes! Sometimes the difference between a thin eyebrow and a thick eyebrow is only one millimeter. Microblading can make your eyebrows appear longer in length and thicker in the body.

What does shrinkage mean? 2017-12-23T08:11:10+00:00

Shrinkage happens as Microblading is healing and over time. As the strokes that mimic the individual hairs heal, you may notice them becoming slightly shorter in length.

I don’t have any brows, is Microblading right for me? 2017-12-23T08:10:43+00:00

Yes! Microblading will be perfect for you! Finally, there is a solution for people suffering from hair loss or Alopecia. Microblading is the most natural looking eyebrow simulation available.

How do you pick the right color? 2017-12-23T08:10:11+00:00

The pigments are chosen based on natural eyebrow hair color. If you dye your brows, Microblading is not recommended.

How often can I do it? 2017-12-23T08:09:41+00:00

After your first treatment, a follow-up treatment is required. It is these two treatments that complete the Microblading service. Some people desire to come back within a year to refresh their treatment. As long as they have waited 4-6 weeks in between treatments we can do another treatment. Microblading will grow lighter and fade over time, so a refresh is recommended yearly to upkeep color intensity.

What’s the difference between tattooing and Microblading? 2017-12-23T08:09:13+00:00

The depth the pigment is deposited in Microblading is very shallow compared to a body tattoo. It is this shallowness that makes the strokes appear so crisp and ‘hair-like.’ The deeper the pigment is deposited into the epidermis, the more unclear and fatter the line will appear. It is this very detail that sets Microblading apart from a tattoo gun, depth.

Will it fade completely off? 2017-12-23T08:08:45+00:00

The depth of the pigment deposit is what defines how long Microblading can be retained. A body tattoo pigment is deposited into the dermis, much more depth than Microblading and that depth cause it to be permanent. This is why it is important to find an experienced artist. If the artist goes too deep, the lines may have longer longevity or even become permanent. Using artists with a steady hand and a good understanding of pressure is imperative.

How long does it last? 2017-12-23T08:08:13+00:00

Different skin tones have different retention. We see that normal and dry skin individuals have the best retention. Oily skin tones tend to have worse retention, and for them, we recommend the three step process. Furthermore, the lighter colors will fade faster and may need a refresh sooner than darker colors. All of these aspects play a role. In addition, outside factors will play a role. Sun exposure, facial peels, and retinol products can shorten the life of your Microblading.

Does it hurt? 2017-12-23T08:07:24+00:00

Before your treatment begins a topical numbing cream is applied to the area to minimize discomfort. This is then followed by a liquid anesthetic.

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