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Leiah Scheibel and Alexandra Bradberry, Co- Founders of The Sparkle Bar

With a belief that all women deserve to sparkle, Scheibel and Bradberry founded one of the Valley’s most popular beauty businesses.

Ages: 34 and 31

@thesparklebar; @leiahscheibel; @alexbradberry

LS:

I have chosen to make beauty my career because every woman deserves to feel beautiful and confident.

I am most proud that we embrace uniqueness.

Hearing women say they have never felt so beautiful is the most rewarding part of what I do, while self-doubt is the most challenging.

I give back to the community by volunteering at Ryan House and The Cancer Support Community Center, and my greatest impact is participating in Make-A-Wish.

My greatest advice to share with young girls is find your passion.

My hope for the future of Arizona is that acceptance will eradicate discrimination.

AB: 

I have chosen to make beauty my career because makeup is fun.

I am most proud that we’re here and what we’ve accomplished to get here and the vibe we’ve created at The Sparkle Bar. 

Making a woman feel confident is the most rewarding part of what I do, while the long hours, long days and “girlbossing” in general is the most challenging.

I give back to the community by supporting organizations and giving back with time, and my greatest impact is helping to add a little sparkle to someone’s life because every woman deserves to sparkle.

My greatest advice to share with young girls is if you can dream it, you can achieve it.

My hope for the future of Arizona is to continue to build the community that we desire for our kids.