The Best Sparkle Brows In Milwaukee


The Best Sparkle Brows In Milwaukee


Initial Procedure- $700.00

7 Week Sparkle Brows Touch Up- $205.00

1 Year Sparkle Brows Touch Up- $255.00

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*If you have had a previous tattoo or work done, check with us before scheduling an appointment for more work. If your initial color is too dark, it cannot be corrected!


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What is Sparkle Brows?

Sparkle Brows  (or ombré brows) are a subtle way to bring depth and dimension back into your eyebrows. The process involves tinting in the color, typically on the arches of your eyebrow for an overall more dramatic look. Alternately you can make it less bold by mixing colors at other parts of your arch depending on what looks best with your skin tone.

Sparkle brows are a semi-permanent eyebrow styling technique that uses a small machine to place extremely thin dots of pigment into the skin, creating an amazing brow pencil look.

But you may be asking yourself, what is the difference between this and microbladning? Why would I choose sparkle brows over microblading?

Besides the 2 different styling techniques and how the pigment is added to the skin, the biggest factor in chosing the correct procedure is that microblading does not work for all skin types. Microblading can be challenging for oily skin, as the colors don’t show up and are blurry. Natural oils also prevent brows from healing properly.

Sparkle brows are all skin types friendly and a worthwhile investment. We meet many women who have difficulty filling in their eyebrows or clients with little to no eyebrow hair at all. Having this service saves time, money, and is helpful when filling them in; you can also customize the density of how light or dark you would like it!

Who is not suited for the sparkle brows procedure?

You are not a suitable candidate for this procedure if you’re pregnant or nursing, diabetic, have glaucoma, and skin diseases such as Shingles. If you’re allergic to makeup and ink, Keloid disorder (scar tissue) sufferer/eczema on the area of treatment-you could be at risk for hypertrophic scars. If there’s any chance that your immune system is compromised by ongoing chemotherapy or pacemaker implants then we can’t do it either because healing would take too long with these conditions in place.

If you are undergoing treatments that compromise your immunity like ongoing chemotherapy -or even just taking steroids-then we won’t be able to proceed with the Microblading.



The appointment can take about two to three hours. Typically your professional will put on a topical anesthetic after the first pass (numbing works on open skin). While it numbs you, it may be uncomfortable because you are abrading the skin.

The artist will create a frame around your brows to map out where to add the pigment while emphasizing natural features and flattering angles of light and shadow in mind.

With a customized brow, you’ll be able to see the shape and color before pigment is added. Once your eyebrow expert agrees on your perfect look–the shading can begin! Afterward, they may feel tender but will darken over time.

Does the Sparkle Browsprocess hurt?
Should I take off work?

In order to ensure the painless and stress-free visit, our team will do everything in their power. We apply numbing cream so you won’t feel any discomfort, while using a friednly voice tone to make you feel at home and relaxed. Our clients are usually pleasantly surprised by how easy it is!

Should you take off work? No need to worry about downtime! Your brows will be as bright and beautiful after the treatment is done, with only a little redness that should go away within hours.



No waxing, tanning or tinting 3 days before. Do not drink alcohol or caffeine 24 hours prior to your appointment. If you take any blood thinners such as Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Niacin or Vitamin E please do not take any 24 hours before unless medically necessary . Botox should be administered a minimum of two weeks ahead but can also be performed two weeks following treatment. It’s also important that you do not workout the day of the procedure.  If you don’t work out strenuously, stick with light workouts until healing has occurred after the procedure is done.


  • Pregnant or nursing
  • Diabetic
  • Undergoing Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
  • Viral infections and/or diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Pacemaker or major heart problems
  • Had an Organ transplant
  • Skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area (rashes, sunburn, acne, etc.)
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
  • Had Botox in the past 2 months
  • Used Accutane in the past year


  • Do not work out the day of the procedure.
  • Do not tan or have sunburned face.
  • Do not take Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E or IBUprofen 24 hours before procedure.
  • No alcohol or caffeine on the day of the procedure.
  • No waxing or tinting 3 days before.


  1. Day 1: Please wash hands with antibacterial soap before you touch your brows. 1 hour after the treatment, gently cleanse the brows with the wipes provided without stretching the skin. Cleanse the skin up until you find traces of pigment or colored lymph on the wipes. This way the excess lymph is removed I order to prevent formation of scabs. Wait for a minute for the skin to dry after wiping and apply very thin invisible layer of A&D ointment. During the 1st day this process should be repeated every hour until bed (for at least 6 times). If you go to bed early, do it every 30min.
  2. Day 2-5 Cleanse the brows at least 3 times a day and apply thin layer of the ointment.
  3. Day 5-10 apply ointment if the skin feels dry.
  4. What’s to be avoided: Avoid long, hot and steamy showers. Pit ointment before taking shower. Avoid all makeup in the brows area. No heavy sweating and no exercise. No facials, sauna, tanning beds, swimming. You will experience slight swelling, thickness, redness for 1-2 days following the procedure. It’s normal to lose approximately 20-30% of the color during the healing time.
  5. Limit sun exposure for 14 days following the procedure, remembering that skin reacts differently to sunlight after this time period.
  6. Per the guidelines of the American Red Cross, you will not be allowed to donate blood for 1 calendar year following your procedure.