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Fri, Mar 23 - Sat, Mar 24 2018

Wild Paradise Launch Party,

Waipahu, Hawaii, United States Waipahu, Hawaii, United States

  • About the event

    We are launching our new cosmetics line. We are a cruelty free brand that aims to raise awareness to stop animal cruelty in the beauty industry. We make donations to charities that help save animal lives and the environment. We are also donating directly to communities in Los Angeles to help the homeless and children that have no control of their situations. We hope to give back directly to people instead of donating to big corporations that dont make a difference with all the money they receive. 

    Why should you sponsor?

     Sponsors will get material support from an unrelated partner. It is a good way of increasing brand awareness, which helps to generate consumer preference and to foster brand loyalty. We also stand for great causes and directly find solutions to our community instead of being a middle man to a big corporation. 


    Fehia Tangitau

    I started my cosmetics from working three jobs, the help of my mother, and the death of my dog. I worked hard to save money to start an affordable brand. I've worked at numerous cosmetics jobs that were too overpriced for women. I decided to make a high quality product with low costs because I knew women trust in that. When my dog was illegally put down I found it fit to have a brand thats cruelty free. This world was not made for just humans and I wanted to do everything in my power to raise awareness on anima being treated unfairly. After working with Janet Jackson and her makeup artist Preston on renewing one of our colors my destiny was set. I knew I was meant to not only supply beauty but supply awareness in the beauty industry. For animals, for the world, and for our own people in the streets. Janet Jackson helped me gain a wider audience and people I can work with to make dreams come true. 

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  • 501-1000 attendees expected


    22% Male Attendees


    78% Female Attendees

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