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Cowgirl Swank owner Cheyenne Wilson glams up ranch women on the go

Cheyenne Glade Wilson grew up on a working cattle ranch in southeastern Montana. Like many cowgirls, she competed in rodeos growing up, winning three state high school rodeo titles in breakaway roping, goat tying and pole bending. With the hardware to back her, she earned a full-ride rodeo scholarship to Dawson Community College in Glendive, MT, where she competed and majored in business.

However, cattle, horses, boots and spurs weren’t Wilson’s only interests, and upon graduation, she lived in big cities and worked as a makeup artist for Estee Lauder. She enjoyed the industry so much, she went to cosmetology school, later becoming a district manager for a beauty supply company and a manager of a large chain of day spas and specialty stores.

Although she had a strong love for fashion and beauty, she never abandoned her agriculture roots. Today, Wilson and her husband, Shane, have a cow-calf operation on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Wilson is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, and the couple has a son named Stone. Wilson’s parents, Cliff and Lila Glade, live up the road and ranch, as well. The entire family works together to keep both of their cattle operations running smoothly.

Cheyenne Glade Wilson grew up on a working cattle ranch in southeastern Montana. Like many cowgirls, she competed in rodeos growing up, winning three state high school rodeo titles in breakaway roping, goat tying and pole bending. With the hardware to back her, she earned a full-ride rodeo scholarship to Dawson Community College in Glendive, MT, where she competed and majored in business.

However, cattle, horses, boots and spurs weren’t Wilson’s only interests, and upon graduation, she lived in big cities and worked as a makeup artist for Estee Lauder. She enjoyed the industry so much, she went to cosmetology school, later becoming a district manager for a beauty supply company and a manager of a large chain of day spas and specialty stores.

Although she had a strong love for fashion and beauty, she never abandoned her agriculture roots. Today, Wilson and her husband, Shane, have a cow-calf operation on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Wilson is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, and the couple has a son named Stone. Wilson’s parents, Cliff and Lila Glade, live up the road and ranch, as well. The entire family works together to keep both of their cattle operations running smoothly.

Cheyenne Glade Wilson grew up on a working cattle ranch in southeastern Montana. Like many cowgirls, she competed in rodeos growing up, winning three state high school rodeo titles in breakaway roping, goat tying and pole bending. With the hardware to back her, she earned a full-ride rodeo scholarship to Dawson Community College in Glendive, MT, where she competed and majored in business.

However, cattle, horses, boots and spurs weren’t Wilson’s only interests, and upon graduation, she lived in big cities and worked as a makeup artist for Estee Lauder. She enjoyed the industry so much, she went to cosmetology school, later becoming a district manager for a beauty supply company and a manager of a large chain of day spas and specialty stores.

Although she had a strong love for fashion and beauty, she never abandoned her agriculture roots. Today, Wilson and her husband, Shane, have a cow-calf operation on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Wilson is an enrolled member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, and the couple has a son named Stone. Wilson’s parents, Cliff and Lila Glade, live up the road and ranch, as well. The entire family works together to keep both of their cattle operations running smoothly.

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