Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Brand Spotlight: Cheekbone Beauty Sundance Lip Gloss
Cheekbone Beauty was founded by Jenn Harper who is a First Nation woman living in the Niagara Region. Her passion for make-up, inspired her to create a brand in Canada that did not test on animals, and gave back to the indigenous communities. Before the company sold a single item, they made a donation to the First Nations Caring Society. For 2017, 10% of all profits are going to support First Nations Education. There is a funding gap that exists in First Nations Communities in Canada, and many First Nations children are getting 30 to 50% less funding. These children deserve more, and Cheekbone Beauty is doing their best to help.
At this time Cheekbone beauty has a contour kit, brow tint, long lasting lipstick, lip glosses and liquid lipsticks. I purchased a lip gloss in the color Sundance and plan to try out their liquid lipsticks soon. The lip gloss is very comfortable, a little sticky but very comfortable. The color is very nice and enhances my lips. This is a lightweight lip gloss that is enriched with Vitamin E and my lips do feel hydrated when wearing it. It is long lasting for a lip gloss and I was impressed.
A pink feather is included in every order to bestow their love and gratitude to you as a consumer for making a positive impact that changes the lives of of our First Nation's Children. The pink feather is intended to be passed on to someone that you want to show your love and gratitude towards. Tell that person why you're giving them the feather, and have them pass it on to someone too. If you do, you can use the hashtag #pinkfeather.
The products are made in Canada, Paraben Free, Hypo-Allergenic, Allergy Tested, Non-Comedogenic, Fragrance Free, and not tested on animals.
As an Indigenous Canadian, I'm so happy to have found this company. It combines my passion of makeup with my love for supporting other indigenous communities.
You can check them out by going to their site.