The British Beauty Council is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to solving beauty’s shared challenges. It represents the wider industry by generating conversation with Government.

In order to tackle issues facing the industry today and in the future, the Council collaborates with a diverse network of patrons and affiliates so that every sector within the beauty industry can thrive.

The organisation works to future-proof the industry via policy-driven initiatives encompassing four main pillars: Policy and Influence, Environmental and Social Governance, Growth and Talent.

The British Beauty Council exists to empower and engage all within the British beauty industry to play their part in positive change via collective action.

Value of Beauty 2023

The Value of Beauty 2023

Following the initial Value of Beauty report in 2019, the British Beauty Council commissioned Oxford Economics to refresh its analysis of the economic contribution of the beauty industry and how it has evolved over the last three years.

“The British Beauty Council team is extremely supportive. At the early stage of building Shakeup, we tapped into the organisation’s wealth of expertise and network of contacts, one of whom was the Department for Business and Trade. The Council has provided us with a lot of clarity during this crucial phase of our business journey.”

 

– Jake Xu, Shakeup Cosmetics

As Senior Vice President of Marketing at NIQ, I have found the Council’s initiatives incredibly helpful in understanding the ever-evolving beauty industry and the needs of the beauty consumer of tomorrow.

The Council’s focuses have been instrumental in guiding our brand’s strategy and decision-making.It’s research and reports have provided us with actionable insights that have helped us connect with our target audience in a more meaningful way.”

– Rena Patel, Nielsen IQ

“The British Beauty Council has been incredibly supportive in creating connections within the beauty industry and facilitating our access to European networks. The team’s knowledge of local business leaders helps in our decision making and drives conversations in the right direction. For a new brand like ours, this level of engagement would otherwise be challenging to achieve so quickly.”

– Amelia Reynolds, Arkive

“Meta is incredibly proud of the industry events we have hosted to together to date, collaborating to support the beauty industry and helping to drive meaningful change where it matters. We are delighted to work together to share insights and deliver educational support for such an important and vibrant industry.”

– Karen Worthington, Meta

Beauty news

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Estée Lauder Companies and TikTok launch The Catalysts programme, an investment initiative for emerging talent

Self-tan market set to hit £746.3m by 2027, but what’s driving its success?

Self-tan market set to hit £746.3m by 2027, but what’s driving its success?

General Election: British Beauty Council sets out sector priorities

General Election: British Beauty Council sets out sector priorities

Join the British Beauty Council

As a member of the British Beauty Council you will have access to industry news and opinion-formers across the sector. Our membership is designed as a one-stop shop for the individual, either working in or looking to break into the industry.

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