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OUR MAKEUP: Celebrating Aboriginal Beauty, Identity, and Self-Expression on YouTube 💅🏾💄

Designed image of Cindy Rostron, model and ranger; Becca Hatch, singer-songwriter; and Sherry-Lee Watson, actress.

Get ready to be inspired by some seriously amazing First Nations women who are sharing their stories and talents with the world. YouTube just launched OUR MAKEUP, a new interview series that's all about celebrating Aboriginal beauty, identity, and self-expression.

Meet the Crew

An incredible makeup artist, Kaydee Kyle-Taylor is the host of the series and helps lead the conversation and these women shine:

Becca Hatch

Our Makeup video interview with Becca Hatch

A Samoan and Kamilaroi woman, Becca is a talented singer-songwriter who's using her music to tell her own story.

Sherry-Lee Watson

Our Makeup video interview with Sherry-Lee Watson

An Arrernte woman and actress, Sherry-Lee is breaking barriers and representing her culture on screen.

Cindy Rostron

Our Makeup video interview with Cindy Rostron

Cindy Rostron, whose skin name is Bangardidjan or Bangin for short, is a model and ranger who's deeply connected to her community and the land, growing up on an outstation in Maningrida, at the tip of Australia’s Northern Territory.

Real Talk, Real Beauty

These ladies are opening up about their experiences growing up in Australia, navigating their careers, and how makeup plays a role in their lives. They discuss the importance of representation in the media, the power of self-love, and the resilience of Indigenous culture. It's not just about looking good — it's about feeling confident, expressing yourself, and connecting with your culture.

Representation Matters

This series isn't just about makeup tips (although you'll definitely get some of those!). It's about giving a platform to voices that aren't always heard and celebrating the diversity of Aboriginal culture. YouTube is all about providing a space for everyone to express themselves and that supports diversity, equity and inclusion, and OUR MAKEUP is a major step in this commitment.

By amplifying the stories of these remarkable creators, we hope to inspire and empower the next generation of First Nations storytellers.

Watch, Learn, and Celebrate

We invite you to watch the OUR MAKEUP video series and discover the beauty, wisdom, and creativity of these incredible women. Join us in celebrating Aboriginal identity and self-expression, and be inspired to share your own stories on YouTube.

This series was filmed on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of these lands and their continuing connections to land, sea, culture and community; and pay our respect to Elders past and present.