Yuma County Native Launches Beauty Line at JCPenney’s
CeCe Meadows, a Yuma County native and Indigenous woman, has returned home to launch her beauty line in JCPenney’s at the Yuma Palms Mall.
Meadows, CEO and founder of Prado’s Beauty, is now based in New Mexico and is honored to represent her County and state.
Her journey in the beauty industry began when she lost her hair as a cancer survivor, and she realized the empowering feeling of wearing makeup.
Meadows wanted to share this gift with others and give back to Veterans, children with special needs, and Indigenous communities worldwide.
The grand opening of Prado’s Beauty was celebrated with locals, including one of Meadows’ former babysitters who expressed amazement at seeing her blossom into a role model for young kids.
The products are vegan and cruelty-free, and the purchase of any product also supports various causes.
New collections are on the horizon, and in 2024, Prado’s Beauty will be launching in a new retailer.
Prado’s Beauty is set to be in 600 JCPenney stores by the end of the year, and customers can still visit the Yuma Palms Mall location to get their hands on the products.
Meadows’ success story serves as an inspiration to others that if you have a dream and a goal, with hard work and perseverance, anything is possible.