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Celebrating Indigenous beauty
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Celebrating Indigenous beauty

From cosmetics entrepreneurs to makeup artists incorporating cultural designs into their looks, you'll want to check out these trailblazers redefining the beauty world.
Inuit Clothing, Fur Clothing, Indigenous Art, Indigenous Peoples, Inuit People, Goddess Aesthetic, Native Tattoos, Facial Tattoos, Water Tribe
Keeping Tradition Alive: The Inuit Tattoo Revitalization Project
Prados Beauty Founder Cece Meadows Is Making Waves | Sunday Edit Native American Women, Native American Artists, Beauty Games, Making Waves, My Heritage, Cece, Prado, Indigenous Peoples, Trend Setter
Cece Meadows, Founder of Prados Beauty, Is Making Waves For BIPOC-Owned Brands
Indigenous TikTok Star Michelle Chubb Embraces Vulnerability in Her Videos | Teen Vogue Indigenous Art, Indigenous Peoples, Native American Heritage Month, Brand Archetypes, Teen Vogue, Pow Wow, Regalia, First Nations
Michelle Chubb’s Viral TikToks Celebrate Indigenous Beauty, Culture
Native American Makeup, Native American Women, Exotic Makeup, Beauty Makeup, Eye Makeup, Makeup Inspo, Makeup Inspiration, Makeup Ideas, Beauty Stuff
Cree artist inspired by her surroundings uses makeup for Indigenous designs | CBC News
I couldn’t forgive myself if I didn’t tell you about these 10 incredible Indigenous beauty brands!
Indigenous Goddess Gang
Indigenous Goddess Gang
Cheekbone Beauty Is Confronting the Beauty Industry's Waste Problem, One Lipstick At a Time Non Toxic Makeup, Plant Based Skincare, Alternative Hair, Skin Issues, Making Waves, Cheekbones, Beauty Industry, Sales And Marketing, Clean Beauty
Cheekbone Beauty Is Confronting the Beauty Industry's Waste Problem
Sḵwálwen Botanicals is a luxury Indigenous beauty brand offering plant-based skincare inspired by, and grounded in, Indigenous plant knowledge. Sḵwálwen (skwall-win) translates to “heart” or “essence of being” in the Squamish language. This name was chosen to represent the inspiration behind the business: building connections to the land through working with plants in a way that feeds one’s heart and spirit. Canada Site, Essential Oil Distiller, Indigenous Knowledge, Plant Based Skincare, Walk Out The Door, First Peoples, Indigenous Americans, Plant Identification, Daily Beauty
Plant-Based Skincare grounded in, Indigenous Plant Knowledge
Skwalwen Botanicals
Skwalwen Botanicals
(Instagram:Nithaomalakisha) #Indigenous / #nativeamerican / #tribal #inspired #makeup #eyeshadow #wingedliner #cutcrease look done by a #cree #canadian #MUA using #colourpop , #milani #foundation and #rimmel #contour . #anastasiabeverlyhills highlighter. Wearing #indigenous #homemade #beadedearrings Eye Makeup Art, Kiss Makeup, Makeup Inspo, Makeup Inspiration, Makeup Nails, Makeup Ideas, Makeup Eyeshadow, Native American Makeup, Indian Nails
Authentic Native American/Indigenous MUA
Lakisha Custer Sewap
Lakisha Custer Sewap
Native American Men, First Peoples, Indigenous Americans, Celebrity Makeup Artist, Pow Wow, War Paint, Loreal Paris, Isaac, Maybelline
Flawless: Interview with Native Makeup Artist Isaac Meyers
Native Tattoos, Celtic Tattoos, Tribal Tattoos, Girl Tattoos, Geometric Tattoos, Dragon Tattoos, Tatoos, Indigenous Americans, Indigenous Peoples
'This is so powerful:' Kitikmeot women revive traditional Inuit tattoos | CBC News
In this week’s Clean Beauty School, I had on Cheekbone Beauty's founder Jenn Harper on to share her story and how to be a better beauty consumer. Old Fashioned Clock, Ankle Pumps, Sleep Specialist, Stages Of Sleep, Get Up And Walk, Antioxidant Benefit, Mindbodygreen, Circadian Rhythm, Best Beauty Tips
How This Indigenous Woman Is Building A Better Beauty Community
Tia Wood, a singer, dancer, and content creator, is decolonizing beauty standards by highlighting her Indigenous features. Here, she shares the beauty products that help her look and feel her best, both on-stage and off. Lush Dream Cream, Severe Acne, Natural Skin Tone, Matte Makeup, First Peoples, Garnier Skin Active, Indigenous Americans, Moving To Los Angeles, Senior Project
How TikTok Star Tia Wood Grew to Love Her Indigenous Features
Winner of the 2019 Indigenous Business of the Year in the Yukon, The Yukon Soaps Company offers its customers soap bars that honour Indigenous knowledge, are made with plants from the boreal forest and support community. A household staple, these Indigenous artisanal soaps are handcrafted by owner Joella Hogan in her home community of Mayo, Yukon, Canada. Yukon Canada, Indigenous Knowledge, Boreal Forest, Soap Company, Hogan, Bar Soap, Soaps, Winner, Empowerment
The Yukon Soaps Company Reconnects People to the Land
Native American empowering spiritual skincare beauty products. – Niawen Spot Treatment, Skin Care Treatments, Herbal Cleanse, Body Pose Drawing, Botanical Oils, Wildcrafting, Candelilla Wax, Cleansing Oil
Niawen: Wildcrafted, Indigenous Skincare for Self-Ceremony