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Jecca Blac Available at London Transgender Clinic

We are proud to announce that starting this week, all Jecca Blac products will be available for purchase at the London Transgender Clinic. The clinic is situated in the heart of London, just a few minutes walk from Harley Street.

The London Transgender Clinic is a safe place for anyone who needs support before, through or after their transition. They embrace the Guidelines for the Standards of Care for transgender, trans-individuals set out by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health-WPATH, quoting ‘WPATH recognises that health is dependent upon not only good clinical care but also social and political climates that provide and ensure social tolerance, equality, and the full rights of citizenship’.

Other than psychological and medical support, the clinic offers transgender people makeup and styling services. Jecca Blac is also honoured to be featured in Megan and Louise’s makeup lessons, giving you all an amazing opportunity to try our products for yourselves!

Louise was trained at the London Makeup School, attaining the internationally recognised ITEC qualification with distinction in makeup application, both theory and practice. She has also undergone further training in mature makeup and male to female makeup.

Megan is a transwoman, who through her own personal experience, identified the need for this type of service. She knows first-hand the difficulties trans women face and is an invaluable source of support, encouragement and advice.

The lessons will be a one-to-one session of 2 hours and will include a complete makeover, in addition to tips and tricks on how to do your own makeup. The price is £160 and 5% of the profit will be donated to Mermaid Charity, supporting children and young people understanding gender non-conformity.

If you’re interested in booking a makeup lesson with Louise and Megan, feel free to contact us at support@jeccablac.com and our team will be happy to help.

Jecca Blac is honoured to be welcomed and be part of such a supportive space for the transgender community.