Student sets up quirky Naughty Unicorn business


Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 19, 2019 02:23:22 PM

Young entrepreneur Jennifer Hammonds is juggling her Higher Education
studies at Barnsley College with her new business, Naughty Unicorn
Glitter, designing trendy t-shirts and face make-up.

The 21-year-old is an event and festival regular at Leeds Festival, V
Festival, The Big Feastival and Pride events across the country.

As a young teenager Jennifer set up a stall at Tramlines Festival in
Sheffield that sold tie-dye t-shirts. She expanded her business five
years later to offer glitter make-up, which earned her the opportunity
to showcase her business overseas in Germany, Sweden and France.

She took home the Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the 2014 Proud of
Barnsley awards for her previous business, The Blue Frog Clothing, and
was shortlisted recently in the Young Entrepreneur category at the Young
Champions awards.

Jennifer, a Sport, Health, Fitness and Exercise student, said: “I have
always had a passion for health and fitness but have a business
instinct. Since studying Higher Education at Barnsley College I have had
more time to push the business which has grown massively. I’m even
looking to recruit more members of staff to help me on the stalls.
“College is very supportive of me. The tutors and students all offer to
help whenever and however they can and the Enterprise department at the
College has been a big help.

“Naughty Unicorn Glitter is a clothing brand specialising in cosmetic
glitter that wants to inspire all beings to show their true colours
through the form of quirky fashion! Dress how you feel and be a unicorn.
We also aim to have the entire universe covered in glitter by the end of

For more information on Higher Education courses at Barnsley College
call 01226 216 123, email, or visit


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