This collection of sustainable lipsticks, with biodegradable packaging, sustainably sourced ingredients, and no additional packaging, is our first step to creating a carbon-neutral beauty brand.
Language is the foundation of a culture and for Indigenous people, words hold knowledge. Our stories, song and dances shared through the lips connect us to our history. This is why we are choosing to use Indigenous languages in our new collection. Each shade is named after the earth, land or word for on the land or earth in one of the over 7000 Indigenous languages. We are excited to share a glimpse of each language through each shade.
1. Say hello to Kéyah, a peachy pink nude, part of our new Sustain Lipstick Collection!
Kéyah or KEE YAH meaning land or earth in Dine Bizaad or Navajo Language.
2. Say hello to Aki, the perfect blue-red, part of our new Sustain Lipstick Collection!
Aki or AH KEE is the Anishinaabe or Ojibwe language word for Land or Earth.
3. Say hello to Askîhk, the perfect plum rose, part of our new Sustain Lipstick Collection!
Askîhk or Ahs KEE HIK meaning on the land in the Nehiyawewin or Plains Cree