Each autumn the British Beauty Council organises British Beauty Week. This year it runs from 25 - 31 October and is entitled The Power of Beauty.
The purpose of British Beauty Week is to bring together brands, consumers, press and policymakers, highlighting the influence of British Beauty brands here and overseas.
The British Beauty Council works with brands to go behind the scenes of British beauty via a variety of IRL and digital events.
What is the British Beauty Council?
The British Beauty Council is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to solving beauty’s shared challenges. Acting as the first industry-wide organisation committed to lobbying legislative issues with policy-makers, they work to engage the sector to raise the reputation of the industry.
The Council was founded in 2018 by a group of leading industry professionals who realised the importance of collective action for meaningful change.
2023 - British Beauty Night Out
This year, we are thrilled to invite customers to JUNI & CO for a glass of fizz and a goodie bag to take home.
Discover our own JUNI brand alongside many other British brands such as Pai, The Nue Co., AKT and Delilah. Acclaimed make-up artist and Timeless: A Century of Iconic Looks author, Louise Young, will be making a guest appearance.
2022 - Hosting at our very own store, JUNI & CO
In autumn 2022 we had just opened JUNI & CO. We hit the ground running with a week full of beauty events, collaborating with our partner brands and practitioners.
Our favourite event of the week was the ‘Herbs To Restore Workshop’ with Medical Herbalist Molly Maitland. This intimate event bought together like-minded people for a day of wellness - the epitome of what we dreamt JUNI & CO would be.
2021 - Covent Garden pop-up
In 2021 we spent a week hosting a JUNI pop-up in London's Covent Garden at the British Beauty Council's Industry Hub.
As well as beauty shopping and events, there were awe-inspiring talks from industry moguls including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Val Garland, Jamie Genevieve, and Dija Ayodele, to name a few.