THE DEFINITION: HOW THE CATEGORIES SHAPE UP

The British Beauty Council commissioned BritainThinks to conduct research to produce an agreed definition of the industry and its constituent parts.   The research comprised a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews and workshops with key industry...
Pursuing non-animal alternatives!

Pursuing non-animal alternatives!

Procter & Gamble have announced that they are ceasing sales of the badger fur shaving brushes from their Art Of Shaving line following a PETA expose of the treatment of badgers by Chinese suppliers. The company will swap to synthetic bristles & step up their...
The British Beauty Council

The British Beauty Council

Four of the top 10 high street start up businesses in the UK are beauty related – barbers shops, nail clinics, beauty salons and hair/beauty salons, with a density of these businesses in the north east, south east and London. The British Beauty Council was set...
Style Station App by Redken

Style Station App by Redken

British Beauty Council notes that hairbots, 3D colouration tech & VR are some of the latest ways hair companies are connecting with consumers, & Redken have launched their own piece of hi tech wizardry – a new app that allows you to try out hair colours...
A celebration of entrepreneurialism in the beauty industry

A celebration of entrepreneurialism in the beauty industry

British Beauty Council feels like today is a good one to celebrate the remarkable spirit of entrepreneurialism in our industry. Across the world we’ve seen more & more eagerness for solidarity among beauty business pioneers. Events like Beauty Mastermind in...
The Cotton Bud Project

The Cotton Bud Project

Spotted in The Telegraph & WWF UK : more cotton buds are thrown away each year in the UK – 13.2 billion – than any other European nation. The Cotton Bud Project, launched by Scottish charity FIDRA, encourages retailers to sell buds with sticks made...

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