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Breaking Beauty | Meet the TikTok Stars Setting Their Own Beauty Standards
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Carlene Higgins and Jill Dunn
Published 23 June 2021
Breaking Beauty

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Indigenous content creators Shina Novalinga and Michelle Chubb have amassed nearly 3 million followers on TikTok in just over one year, earning headlines on and Teen Vogue, collabs with big beauty brands like L’Oréal Paris, Clarins and Redken and now, they’re being featured together in a major beauty campaign with Sephora.

But their transformative glow-ups are a little different. Today we’re learning about Inuit face tattoos, jingle dresses and how reclaiming your true identity is the only path to success.

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