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Sharon Chuter's ethos is simple: beauty begins the moment you start to be yourself. And that's exactly what Chuter achieved with the Uoma Beauty brand. Uoma Beauty was launched last April and is a makeup brand that aims to rewrite the rules of inclusiveness and diversity by creating a collection of innovative products that are aesthetically pleasing, radical , uncompromising and above all accessible to everyone.
Chuter has been an integral part of the beauty industry for some time. When she was a teenager, she single-handedly introduced Revlon to her native Nigeria. Before founding her own beauty brand, Chuter held various roles at multinational beauty companies, including as division manager at L & # 39; Oréal and later as operations manager for Benefit Cosmetics, to delve into the beauty industry, but ultimately frustrated by the lack of true representation in the Branch. "Every business is committed to keeping in touch with the time you live in and helping to make the world a better place if you make money. And if you can't, you have to challenge why you exist"Chuter explained Second Life. In this way, Chuter crossed the borders in order to transform the future of beauty into her vision of representation, diversity and inclusiveness.
Go to iTunes to sign in Second Lifeand listen to this brand new episode to find out how Chuter has grown from her previous experience and gained the confidence to start something new that is driving the beauty industry. Keep scrolling to buy some of Uoma Beauty's best selling products.