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Beth Wyeth is a natural microblading artist at Arched Studio Inc. She began her career as a dental hygienist over 20 years ago, with the plan to use that skill to move into a more artistic career. She transitioned her longtime passion for helping people in the dental chair into helping people in the microblading studio with a creative, conscious and intuitive microblading process. Tell us more, Beth!
My Maven Superpower is … The ability to give you confidence and enhance your natural beauty.
Best book I’ve read lately is … All Things Aside by Iliza Shlesinger! She’s insightful, honest and fabulously funny.
Self-care habit I swear by … Getting out into nature. A good hike (maybe a podcast/book, maybe nothing) and focusing on my footsteps.
My first job was … I worked as a waitress in a little diner near my hometown that served amazing bottomless coffee carafes.
The best career advice I can offer is … Be a lifelong learner, and not just about your career. Learn about what drives you and what inspires you, along with picking up skills and information.
A purchase I’ve been loving lately is … A roll-on perfume from Hyde and Alchemy. They are a natural, small-batch perfumery out of Fort Wayne, Indiana!
I feel most confident when … I get to be myself! Building human connection requires honesty and realness, and there’s a trust created when those bonds are made.
My favorite local restaurant dish is … I welcome all things food, so I have many favorites. Right now I love the Bonfire Roll at Tegry Bistro, the Margarita pizza at Convivio, and the beet salad at Bluebeard.
The thing I’ve been binging lately is … “The Great” on Hulu. If you aren’t in the know, it’s a satirical story about the rise of Catherine the Great. The costumes alone are worth the watch, and the story sucks you in right away.
A fun fact about me is … I used to be a backyard beekeeper! Did you know that to produce a pound of honey it takes around 2 million flower visits?
The skill I most want to learn is … I would love to learn ceramics!
A Maven you should know is … Sara Anderson, speaking of ceramic skills
My favorite nonprofit to support is … The Little Red Door Cancer Agency
What have you achieved recently that you’d like to celebrate with our community? Every client that walks out of the studio with a smile on their face, their head held high, is an achievement that makes me proud of the work that I do.
What’s next for you? What can we expect to see over the next few years? Building my service menu to include lip blushing and eyeliner, and making my clients feel more and more beautiful and confident!