EPISODE 23: Indigenous Representation Within A Beauty Brand And The Journey To Highest-Standard Of Sustainability
“Whatever we’re doing or making or creating, how will it affect the next generation?” —Jenn Harper
Indigenous people make up 5% of the global population, yet protect 80% of the world’s
Jenn Harper created beauty brand Cheekbone Beauty because she was unable to see herself
and the global Indigenous community represented across beauty marketing growing up.
Described as giving “Indigenous people a much-needed place to be seen,” her socially
conscious brand focuses on educational marketing and (environmentally and community)
sustainable systems to effect real change.
Jenn joins me on this episode of StrategizeYour Business Online to showcase her beautiful
philosophies and share her healing journey — from finding empowerment in reconnecting
with her First Nations roots to creating a 6-figure beauty company (despite not coming from a
You started your business to make a difference, but what could you do differently in your
business to effect change?
In this episode, you’ll discover:
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Cheekbone Beauty on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cheekbonebeauty
Sustain Complexion Pencil:
Sustain Lipgloss collection:
Sustain Lipstick collection: https://www.cheekbonebeauty.com/collections/sustain-lipstick
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