Our Story

Jecca Makeup began with our founder, Jessica Blackler, offering a safe space for transgender women to explore and learn about makeup. Working with these women, she noticed how few of her clients could find the resources they needed to look and feel fabulous. Jessica’s vision became one of inclusivity, beginning with our first product. It was her aim to provide what was most missing from her clients’ collections, in a palette that anyone could use regardless of their experience with makeup.

Our products begin with the idea of genderless makeup and providing the missing piece to an inclusive kit. The Correct & Conceal palette, our first, was designed to cover typical blemishes as well as stubborn beard shadows that transgender and non-binary people often struggle with. The two-step palette is simple to learn, easy to apply, and effective in its seamless coverage. With Jecca Makeup, everyone is given the tools to feel extraordinary in their makeup.

As important as accessibility is to Jecca Makeup, we also aim to create products that are as friendly to animals as they are our faces. Our products are vegan, approved by PETA and contain almost exclusively natural ingredients, so that Jecca Makeup can stay cruelty-free. We also donate 5% of our profits to Stonewall, to help fund the incredible support they provide to the LGTBQ+ community.

Working with the support of L’Oréal Paris and finding attention from retailers, makeup enthusiasts, and most importantly the LGBTQ+ community, Jecca Makeup is still developing products in keeping with this vision.
Be fearless. You look fabulous.

Our Future

Jecca Makeup continues to thrive with the encouragement of our customers and their feedback. We’re working hard behind the scenes on a range of products, all of which are carefully crafted to continue our ethos of genderless, inclusive makeup. Join our mailing list or follow our social media @JeccaMakeup to stay in touch. Follow Jecca Makeup as we continue to develop thoughtful products that defy stigma and promote expression, empowerment, and uniqueness.