Jacklyn Frazer is the youngest of three children, and has been working in the jewelry industry for six years. After finishing school under scholarship, Jacklyn started working on numerous fashion-based projects. These projects sparked her love for modeling and pageantry. In 2010, she competed in and won the first-ever Miss Teen Plus Bahamas Pageant. This pageant awarded Jacklyn into University to complete a degree in Human Resources. Through the years, Jacklyn has become unstoppable. She became The Miss Cultural Bahamas in 2012. Miss Plus Beauty Bahamas in 2016, as well as Miss Big Beautiful Woman International in Philadelphia 2016.
Since 2016, Jacklyn has joined the Perfec-Tone team as a spokesmodel. She has always had trouble with her skin, and resorted to hiding blemishes with makeup for events. In an incredibly short time, she’s changed the lives of hundreds of women who also struggle with their skin. She also commits her time to community efforts and assisting in youth-building activities. She has a desire to build positive self-esteem in young people, and to motivate them to succeed.