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Our Story

Founder and director Jessica Blackler spends time with a diverse range of clients, so understands that coverage can be an issue when using mainstream makeup. JECCA’s first product is Correct & Conceal, a colour corrector that offers long-lasting, full coverage for flawless skin. This concealer palette effectively creates a luminous base for all wearers, while making effortless work of covering beard shadow, birthmarks, and acne.

JECCA intend this product to have a positive effect on all individuals who feel self-conscious while seeking to look flawless.

Future Plans

Our plans for JECCA continue to change & develop. The brand defines stigma while creating high quality products and services that empower every client to look and feel fabulous. The first item is Correct & Conceal, a full coverage, long lasting concealer palette – and there’ll be many more thoughtfully created products to follow.

About Jessica

JECCA’s founder and director Jessica Blackler trained with the best in makeup at the prestigious Delamar Academy in Ealing Film Studio, London. After graduating, she worked as a freelance makeup artist in both Wales and London, building up her client base and gain-ing a social media following. When she received queries about makeup for transgender women, Jessica recognised the lack of dedicated trans makeup services. A believer in the transformational power of makeup and that everybody has a right to feel fabulous,
she saw a big opportunity to apply her skills from the media industry to help the transgender community.

Jessica identified that getting to know her potential clients and understanding their needs was vital. She worked hard to make her brand known by volunteering with LGBT charities and attending trans events. She wanted to spread the word that she offered more than a makeup service. She wanted to be a positive change maker for the LGBTQ+.

Encouraged by these conversations, JECCA expanded by creating a unisex product range that fulfills the makeup wishes of the transgender community, while welcoming all wearers who want to stand out from the crowd, feel confident, and celebrate their uniqueness.

About Jessica

JECCA’s founder and director Jessica Blackler trained with the best in makeup at the prestigious Delamar Academy in Ealing Film Studio, London. After graduating, she worked as a freelance makeup artist in both Wales and London, building up her client base and gain-ing a social media following. When she received queries about makeup for transgender women, Jessica recognised the lack of dedicated trans makeup services. A believer in the transformational power of makeup and that everybody has a right to feel fabulous,
she saw a big opportunity to apply her skills from the media industry to help the transgender community.

Jessica identified that getting to know her potential clients and understanding their needs was vital. She worked hard to make her brand known by volunteering with LGBT charities and attending trans events. She wanted to spread the word that she offered more than a makeup service. She wanted to be a positive change maker for the LGBTQ+.

Encouraged by these conversations, JECCA expanded by creating a unisex product range that fulfills the makeup wishes of the transgender community, while welcoming all wearers who want to stand out from the crowd, feel confident, and celebrate their uniqueness.