As society’s understanding of gender boundaries are challenged and informed, brands that silo consumers into defined, binary stereotypes risk feeling dated and obsolete. Gendered skincare could be considered, at best, a prejudiced outdated marketing tactic, or at worst, a socially constructed cash cow. Young consumers are increasingly defining their own gender norms.
On Weds 21 Oct at 5pm, creative agency Cult will team up with uber skincare Iinfluencer James Welsh, his twin brother Robert Welsh, the global professional make-up artist and YouTuber, and The Diversity Standards Collective founder Rich Miles to talk beauty’s obsession with gender. The twins represent the beauty industry's leading edge, they will share their wealth of insight and experience on beauty and skincare, gender, race, sexuality and nonconformity.
Cult will also give an exclusive preview of research conducted with The DSC’s community network into non-binary beauty.
Sign up to the webinar now:
When: Weds, October 21st, 5pm
James Welsh: @james_s_welsh - skincare influencer & YouTuber
Robert Welsh: @robertwlsh - professional make-up artist and YouTuber
Rich Miles: founder, The Diversity Standards Collective
Cat Turner: co-founder, CCO, Cult
Bridey Lipscombe: co-founder, MD, Cult