SPC Editor Julia Wray and the UK’s Society of Cosmetic Scientists will present a ‘Whistle-stop tour of beauty trends’ at the society’s December London Lecture next week.
Keeping on top of new, evolving and predicted trends is essential in the ultra-fast paced cosmetics industry.
On Thursday 6 December, Julia will discuss present and future trends as part of a whistle-stop beauty tour taking in all the iterations of wellness, the evolution of bespoke beauty, the disruptive brands appealing to young Millennials and Gen Z, and all the latest crazes from facial rolling to butt scrubs.
For updates on ethical considerations, skin care ingredients, Insta make-up trends, personalisation and more, this is a lecture you won’t want to miss.
Julia Wray, Editor, SPC
The SCS December London Lecture will take place in London, UK at the Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising (111-117 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QT). Refreshments and networking are from 6.30pm and the presentation starts at 7pm.
This is a Guests Evening Lecture to which SCS members are welcome to bring guests free of charge. To arrange, please contact the SCS Secretariat at +44 1582 7266 661 or email@example.com, or buy your tickets here.
Julia is the Editor of SPC magazine, the flagship publication in the Cosmetics Business brand, and has been with SPC since 2008. She provides news stories, articles and features for publication in both the magazine and on cosmeticsbusiness.com, and has spoken as a cosmetics expert at various events for the SCS, as well as trade shows for beauty ingredients and packaging.