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Since 2012, Bridgett Meggs has worked with women to become better versions of themselves through affordable-luxurious electrolysis, nutrition, and skincare. 

If you are sick and tired of your unwanted facial hair and the unwelcome maintenance routine that not only takes a lot of time but has probably wreaked havoc on your skin, Electrolysis by Bridgett can help you. Once you stop tweezing and waxing and allow the unwanted hair to be treated with electrolysis, your skin should find relief. Your nutrition and skin care regimen are also crucial to maintaining healthy skin. What you put in and on your body can alter skin structure and function and directly affect skin appearance. 

Electrolysis by Bridgett takes a Wholistic approach to self-care by using electrolysis, organic skincare products, and even nutrition to maintain a healthy you. You can change your life when you change your habits.

Bridgett attended and graduated from a 600-hour electrology program at The Electrology Institute of New England in 2012. E.I.N.E. is a nationally accredited institution that covers the full range of techniques in permanent hair removal by using modern training labs and equipment.

She studied and passed the exam to become a Certified Professional Electrologist in 2013. 

She is an active member of The American Electrology Association and volunteers as the editor of their Journal of Electrology. She steps up anywhere else they may need a helping hand.

Bridgett received the Ballet Gold Probe in 2018 for making a significant contribution to the field of electrolysis in her early years of professional practice and for showing the potential to have a major impact on the electrolysis profession in the future.

She is an active member of the Texas Association of Professional Electrologists and was elected to serve a 2-year term as their Vice President in 2020. She continues to volunteer as their media coordinator.

Bridgett was also recognized in the Best of Fort Worth by the Star-Telegram as the Best Hair Removal Clinic in 2018. She is also active in her community as a part of the "Love Your City" Adopt-a-Street program with Keep Mansfield Beautiful.

She regularly attends and participates in conferences to enhance her education and grow with other experienced professionals.


Bridgett Meggs

I have lived in California, Nevada, and Texas. Most of my early teen to adult years were in Nevada with my last move to Texas in 2001.

The majority of my professional experience prior to opening my Electrolysis practice had been office work from customer service to office manager to certified medical transcriptionist. Nothing was ever long-lasting due to my personal choices or, in a couple of cases, being laid off. Before my last layoff, I was already praying and pursuing an actual career that would have purpose and be fulfilling professionally, and personally – something that would really make a difference in the lives of others.

A couple of months after my last layoff, the opportunity to open my electrolysis practice revealed itself, and before I knew it, doors were opened for me to become a Certified Professional Electrologist. I give all glory to God for making all possible from lining up the right people and resources at the right time, and for the professional journey, He let me experience as each one has come together throughout owning and operating my business.  

The blessing of becoming a Certified Professional Electrologist all started in December of 2011 with the encouragement from my loving, supportive husband Kenny, and dear friend Elizabeth. 

In the spring of 2012, I temporarily relocated to Massachusetts to attend The Electrology Institute of New England. I opened my thriving practice in the summer of 2012 in Mansfield, Texas, where I continue to operate to this day.

I try my best to seek God daily and when I am not active in my practice, I can be found outdoors with Kenny and our sweet fur babies or indoors taking it easy. In the summer of 2021, Kenny shared his love of golf with me, and ever since we spend most of our free time at the range or on the course. 

I believe in living a healthy, balanced, more joyful life and operate with excellence, integrity, and kindness in everything I do.


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Electrolysis is permanent hair removal. Regardless of the cause – heredity, metabolic, or hormonal conditions – electrolysis will remove unwanted hair to reveal a glowing, confident you.

Electrolysis stands alone as the permanent alternative to lifetime maintenance.

Almost certainly. Electrolysis is effective for all skin types, hair types, skin colors, hair colors, and areas of the body

A small electric current is transmitted by a fine, sterile probe directly into the natural opening of the hair follicle, destroying the dermal papilla, the matrix, and an area called “the bulge”, all of which cause hair to grow and regenerate.

Permanent hair removal using electrolysis has come a long way since its beginnings in 1875. Today’s computer technology enables Bridgett to work with more speed and comfort.  Her epilator is much quicker, utilizing current timings of thousandths of a second over the longer current applications of the past, plus, intensity settings can now be modulated to varying proportions. The instruments and equipment used in Bridgett’s practice are just part of the changes that have occurred in the electrolysis industry.

The frequency and length of your appointments depends on the size of the area being cleared and the progress of your treatment. In general, treatments on a particular area are longest and most frequent at the beginning. Treatment length and frequency then tapers off as fewer and fewer hairs remain to be treated.

To achieve optimum results, follow Bridgett’s recommendations in scheduling appointments.

An endocrinologist (hormone specialist) may be the person to help you. When women are overweight, have trouble losing weight, have irregular or no periods, and hair in the male pattern area (described above), they should be evaluated by a specialist. These are classic signs of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

An Electrologist cannot diagnose, but they do recognize what is not normal. 

Unwanted hair can be caused by hormonal changes brought on by pregnancy. We suggest that you seek the advice of your physician before beginning treatment.

Written approval from your physician is required.

Depending on the area you want cleared, it could be a 15-minute session for a followup appointment or up to a 60-minute session for a larger area. Most people who follow the recommended treatment plan can expect to be completed or nearly completed within 18 months. Factors such as hair growth cycles, the quantity and structure of hair presented, previous use of temporary hair removal methods, heredity, hormone function, certain medications and stress influence the treatment program for each individual.

Hairs have differing cycles of growth, many of which are not visible on the surface of the skin at the same time. The follicle produces the hair from the blood supply, and discards it eventually through shedding.

The process of growth, rest, and replacement are known as the hair growth cycle. Since individual hairs are in different phases of the cycle at any given time, multiple treatments are required to remove unwanted hair.

Excessive hair growth, also known as hirsutism, can range from fine, vellus hair to dark, coarse hair on the face and body. Breaking down the hair growth cells on deep, coarse hairs requires more than one treatment.

Throughout women’s lives, hormones fluctuate and can cause hair to grow unexpectedly.

Hormonal changes and conditions account for many problems besides unwanted hair. The cause can be related to puberty, menopause, pregnancy, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), an underlying medical condition, your genetic makeup and even some medications. You may want to see an endocrinologist to get a proper diagnosis and treatment. 

Dr. Jeffrey Redmond, a NY endocrinologist, has told the electrology profession that some people’s bodies are more sensitive to circulating hormones. So just because your blood levels have come back “normal,” it does not mean that they are normal for YOU! As hard as it may seem, go back and have another conversation with your endocrinologist. We must each be an active advocate for our own health.

Many medications can cause hair growth or hair loss. Talk with your pharmacist about each medication you are on and also about how your medications interact.

It is also helpful to note that anything (prescription or over-the-counter) that you are putting on or in your body that is formulated to grow/lengthen or strengthen hair or nails, will likely cause you to have an increase in unwanted hair growth on your face.

The number of treatments necessary varies with each client. The amount of hair, the methods used to hide hair before treatment, genetics, hormones, nutrition and health of the individual will all be factors that determine how many treatments or sessions will be required. For areas that have been waxed or tweezed, treatments will be more frequent than for areas that have been shaved.

Treatment sessions can range from 15 to 60-minutes depending on the area being treated. To achieve optimum results, it is important to follow the recommended treatment plan that addresses your specific hair removal needs, which is designed by Bridgett based on your personal and confidential consultation.

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