What’s On This Weekend: British Beauty Week

by | Sep 10, 2021

Join us this weekend in Covent Garden for the final two days of British Beauty Week 2021.

Building Back Your Business for Post COVID Clients #MakingTheCut

 

Small Business Minister, Paul Scully MP, and hair industry icons Josh Wood and Adam Reed, join Elle Magazine’s Acting Beauty Director George Driver to discuss what lies at the heart of the high street as we come through the pandemic.

 

A societal desire for looking good and feeling even better has led to hairdressers across the country being donned the monarchs of today’s villages, towns and cities, generating footfall for other businesses on the high street. So how do you come out the other side and build back better as a business and brand leader? This panel discussion will explore the journey of how some of today’s world-class hairdressers got to where they are now and how to #MakeTheCut.

 

What’s is happening in the Industry Hub at British Beauty Week on Saturday and Sunday? 

 

Saturday 11th September

 

Instagram Live: Makeup Masterclass with Mary Greenwell 

Time: 10:00

Location: @britishbeautycouncil on Instagram

 

Building Back Your Business for Post COVID Clients #makingthecut

Time: 15:00

Location: Industry Hub, Carriage Hall, Covent Garden

 

In conversation with Legendary Makeup Artists Val Garland and Dominic Skinner

Time: 17:30

Location: Industry Hub, Carriage Hall, Covent Garden

 

Live Demo: Fresh Ideas From New-Gen Make Up Artists

Time: 18:45

Location: Industry Hub, Carriage Hall, Covent Garden

 

Sunday 12th September 

 

The Science of Beauty

Time: 13:00

Location: Industry Hub, Carriage Hall, Covent Garden

 

Trend Watch: Natural Hair & Beauty

Time: 15:00

Location: Industry Hub, Carriage Hall, Covent Garden

 

The Courage to Change

Time: 15:00

Location: Virtual

 

For every Industry Hub event, space is limited – only the first 50 RSVPs to arrive get seats. 

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