Other speakers at the event will include Anna Teal, CEO of Aromatherapy Associates, who will lead a ‘Creating a Beautiful Planet’ session that will explore sustainable beauty consumption and how environmental and social good aren’t just ideas but actions that the beauty industry can be held accountable for.
Meanwhile. Sharon Lloyd, the British Beauty Council’s Race & Equalities advisor, will host a panel on inclusivity in beauty. ‘Moving Towards an Inclusive Beauty Industry’ will address the issue of diversity within the skincare industry, what has already been achieved and what still needs to be done. Panelists include skin health specialist Dija Ayodele and makeup artist Ruby Hammer.
Also addressing attendees will be model and actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, BBC Three’s Glow Up judges Dominic Skinner and Val Garland, blogger Natalie Lee and Caroline Noakes, MP and chair of the Women & Equalities Committee.
As well as extensive education programming, British Beauty Week will be offering free makeup masterclasses, skin consultations, treatments and even immersive experiences from brands such as Liz Earle, No 7, Clairol and Sleek MakeUP.