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Take 5: Native American-Owned Sustainable & Beauty Brands We're Shopping Now

by Erin Fabio on May 28, 2021

We spend over a trillion dollars online shopping each year, but shopping online doesn’t mean you have to give up shopping small. Thanks to our growing love of e-commerce, Native-owned businesses are no longer confined by reservation borders and are easier to support now more than ever. These five Native American-Owned Beauty & Sustainability Brands are worth stocking up on: 

Sister Sky Bottled Product lineup

1.  Sister Sky

Named the #1 recommended Native American Product to try in 2020 by Cosmopolitan, Sister Sky Body and Hair products are focused on ingredients found directly in nature and produced with sustainability in mind. 

Cheekbone beauty product palettes and lip gloss

2. Cheekbone Beauty

Cheekbone Beauty began with their renowned Warrior Women liquid lipsticks and has grown to offer brow, gloss, and face powder lines. Sustainability is at the forefront of this Indigenous-owned beauty brand that’s focused on doing, feeling, and looking good!

Satya Products featuring their signature yellow packaging

3.  Satya Organic Skincare

Satya was originally developed as an eczema remedy for founder Patrice Mousseau’s daughter, but now their all-purpose organic skincare stick can be used for soothing anything from cracked elbows to chapped lips! 

Makeup Powder Palette with Blush, Bronzer, and Highlighter

4.  Blended Girl Cosmetics

Makeup entrepreneur Shi-Fawn Chee honors notable Native American women with namesake lash styles and colorful eyeshadow palettes that highlight the eyes while educating customers on influential tribe members in history. 

Curly haired person wearing purple turtleneck and red earrings

5.  Warren Steven Scott

Warren Steven Scott is a luxury fashion designer and jeweler who believes in sustainability and working with small amounts of inventory to minimize waste. His debut collection was featured in the inaugural Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto! 

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