British Beauty Council appoints new cohort of industry leaders to Advisory Board

The British Beauty Council, the not-for-profit organisation that works to raise the reputation of the beauty industry, and all of the sectors that exist within it, has announced a new cohort of industry professionals to their Advisory Board. The Board is one of the main industry touch points of the Council and aids in raising awareness of the organisation’s work, providing unique insights into the current challenges and opportunities that exist within beauty.

From the appointment of new-gen creatives Isamaya Ffrench, Lucy Bridge and Sylvie Macmillan to aesthetic expert Teresa Tarmey and consultant dermatologist Dr Alexis Granite, the new appointments will bring new knowledge to the existing members. This increased depth of industry insight will enable the Council to formulate an increasingly aware and cohesive roadmap for its next growth phase, starting 2025.

In addition to those mentioned above, the new cohort includes: fashion editor and stylist, Kate Phelan; beauty tech founder, Claire Aggarwal; perfumer, Azzi Glasser; lash and brow expert and brand founder, Shavata Singh; and hair stylist, Neil Moodie.

On the cohort’s acceptance of their role, Millie Kendall OBE, CEO of the organisation, said: ‘I am delighted to welcome such a renowned panel of industry experts to our existing Advisory Board. There is no doubt that the insights these new appointments will provide to the Council will be impactful and influential. I hope that through their work, the members of the Advisory Board will continue to aid the Council in its important work in raising the reputation of the industry.’

The new members will sit alongside the 70-strong existing Advisory Board members and Ambassadors including Kate Moss, Bobbi Brown, Sam McKnight and more. You can view
the full Advisory Board here.

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