Who We Are

Denyse Nadon, M.Ed and Angie Sarsons, MA, are the founders of Tribalure Canada Inc.

Both Angie and Denyse have devoted their entire careers to Indigenous communities having served in senior level management capacities. They both own and operate independent consulting and training companies.


We’ve been best friends for over 20 years. We
are proud Indigenous women who love creative
expression through makeup!

We have both left successful consulting careers to revive a dream that started two decades ago - to own our own Indigenous cosmetics and skincare company. We want to celebrate and showcase the beauty, art and talent of Indigenous people here on Turtle Island (North America) and throughout the globe.

Denyse & Angie

  • More about Angie

    Angie Sarsons, Founder/CEO of Tribalure Canada Inc., works in partnership with Founder/COO Denyse Nadon.

    Angie is a member of Moose Cree First Nation (located in Moose Factory, Ontario). She is the grand-daughter of Andrew and Maggie Sutherland, and daughter of Larry and Bella Lafontaine.

    Angela's purpose in life is refelected in her Indigeous name, "Wind that Helps Eagles Fly". Her personal mission in life is to reflect the love that she sees in each and every person so that they may recognize their own inner beauty and gifts.

    As a Crown-ward from the ages of 5-16, Angie developed resiliency and a holistic "medicine bundle" that has not only allowed her to transcend the odds stacked against her but to truly thrive and impact others in a positive way.


    "People don't care how much you know, until they know how much you care."

    Angie has loved makeup since the age of 13! She became an esthetician and hair stylist out of high school and while her career took her on a different journey (First Nations governance and leadership development), she never lost her zeal for makeup artistry. Life has come full circle and Angie is embracing her passion for entrepreneurship and creativity.

    click here for angie's Biography
  • More about Denyse

    Denyse Nadon, Founder/COO of Tribalure Canada Inc., works in partnership with Founder/CEO, Angie Sarsons.

    Denyse is a member of the Apitipi Anicinapek Nation (near Matheson, Ontario). Her "Kitchi mama's" (grandmothers) are Mary Black and Mary Nadon of Apitpi Anicinapek Nation.

    Denyse's indigenous name is "Kokokoo Ik8e" of the Mak8a clan from Anicinapek Nation. Denyse is a daughter, granddaughter, sister and auntie.

    Denyse prides herself as a lifelong learner as evidenced by her current work towards her doctorate of Education in Distance Education from Athabasca University. She strives for wholistic health and embraces her cultural heritage and the ceremonies that help to ground her in her identitiy as a proud Algonquin woman.

    Denyse has always been inspired by entrepreneurship and has owned her own consulting and training company. The love of sellf-care and all things beauty has inspired her in her journey to embrace Tribalure and honour and celebrate the gifts of her culture and Nations worldwide.

    Click here for Denyse's Biography

Our Core Values

  • Cultural Respect

    Tribalure values and respects the rich tapestry of Indigenous cultures, drawing inspiration from diverse traditions while ensuring authenticity and cultural sensitivity.

  • Inclusivity

    We are committed to inclusivity, celebrating beauty in all its forms and embracing individuals from every background, ensuring our products resonate with a global audience.

  • Wholistic Beauty

    Tribalure emphasizes a holistic approach to beauty, prioritizing the well-being of individuals by integrating sustainable, natural ingredients and practices that contribute to both outer and inner beauty.

  • Self-Empowerment

    We encourage self-empowerment of individuals by promoting self-love, self-confidence, and embracing their unique beauty.

  • Seven Sacred Teachings

    We strive to live by the Seven Sacred Teachings of Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Wisdom, Humility, and Truth.

  • Environmental Stewardship

    Tribalure is dedicated to sustainability, incorporating eco-friendly practices and responsible sourcing to minimize our environment impact, contributing to a healthier planet for current and future generations.

Our Vision

Tribalure aims to redefine global beauty standards by being an inclusive Indigenous brand that embraces wholistic practices, fostering a worldwide community where diverse beauty is celebrated, respected, and cherished.

Management Team

  • Angie Sarsons, CEO

  • Denyse Nadon, COO



Thank you for being here. We know that if you are reading this, we are connected and that you, too, share in an important issue that is near and dear to both our hearts—Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). We have both lost aunties to this tragedy. Others have lost daughters, sisters, aunties, grandmas, cousins and friends. From that grief and loss, we have found strength—strength in ourselves and in our community—and Tribalure was born.

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