Already have some 永 jewelry? Want to earn more for free? Become an Ambassador! We're trying out a new referral system...


GET YOUR CODE --- Message me first and we'll create a coupon code for you to share. (Code will most likely be your first name and first two letters of your last name plus 20, so mine would be JENKA20.)


POST TO IG ---Post photos or videos of yourself wearing my jewelry or just a photo you took of my jewelry on its own. (See tips on taking a great photo below.) 

---Encourage others to follow me and let them know if they use your unique coupon code they'll get 20% off their order. 
EXAMPLE "Love my @jenkahnjewelry, makes me feel like a Warrior Woman! If you use code JENKA20 you can get 20% off your order."  



You will earn 20% of any sales made with your coupon code in jewelry credit! For example if your friend uses your code on a $100 pair of earrings. They'd get them for $80. Then you'd get 20% of that $80, so $16 credit. 

The more you post the more credit you can accrue! We'll notify you each month with your total earned from the prior month and create a code for you to spend it online! The keys to success here are frequency of posts, great photos and tagging those who you think will be interested.

**And YES you can use your own coupon code to buy jewelry from me but know your personal usage won't count towards your ambassador credit. 

Codes that aren't being used will get deactivated.

I'm so excited and hope you are too, a great distraction for us all... xoxo


PHOTO TIPS: It's always better to use natural light so standing by a window is key! Make sure you can see the jewelry! It's good to have the photo close enough to see the jewelry but not too close, so from the waist or chest up is a good distance. If you're taking a photo of the jewelry on its own, style a little layout shoot with some crystals or feathers or treasures of your own. A great photo will get more attention and inspire more friends to use your code! 

Love this candid photo of Mia in her Selene Earrings 

Fab photo of Adena by Michaela Tomko