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The future of men’s beauty and cosmetics ft. Ed Healy, Commercial Director at L’Oreal

May 27, 2020 unEDITED Season 3 Episode 17
unEDITED: Inside Retail
The future of men’s beauty and cosmetics ft. Ed Healy, Commercial Director at L’Oreal
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unEDITED: Inside Retail
The future of men’s beauty and cosmetics ft. Ed Healy, Commercial Director at L’Oreal
May 27, 2020 Season 3 Episode 17
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What are the opportunities that exist in the men’s cosmetics market, including some popular men’s beauty products, and how are Gen-Z attitudes changing towards it?

80s icons such as Boy George and Prince normalized the use of men’s beauty products and opened the doors to what we’re seeing today.  Now the  likes of Harry Styles and Jaden Smith are also seen frequently wearing makeup and supporting the use of beauty products. However, education in this area is still lacking in order to obtain wider adoption.

In our latest episode, Ed Healy, Commercial Director at L’Oreal, discusses the shift in attitudes as he sees  a new digital and gender-neutral future for beauty. With over 10 years of experience in sales and marketing, Ed has worked with a range of companies, including luxury brands within L’Oreal UK, startups and iconic beauty giants.

All opinions discussed on the podcast belong to Ed and does not represent those of L’Oreal.

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Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe to unEDITED! Get in touch at unedited@edited.com if there’s someone you think would be a great guest for our show too.

Show Notes

What are the opportunities that exist in the men’s cosmetics market, including some popular men’s beauty products, and how are Gen-Z attitudes changing towards it?

80s icons such as Boy George and Prince normalized the use of men’s beauty products and opened the doors to what we’re seeing today.  Now the  likes of Harry Styles and Jaden Smith are also seen frequently wearing makeup and supporting the use of beauty products. However, education in this area is still lacking in order to obtain wider adoption.

In our latest episode, Ed Healy, Commercial Director at L’Oreal, discusses the shift in attitudes as he sees  a new digital and gender-neutral future for beauty. With over 10 years of experience in sales and marketing, Ed has worked with a range of companies, including luxury brands within L’Oreal UK, startups and iconic beauty giants.

All opinions discussed on the podcast belong to Ed and does not represent those of L’Oreal.

Sign up to our weekly Insider Briefing to get the latest industry news and exclusive market analysis here

Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe to unEDITED! Get in touch at unedited@edited.com if there’s someone you think would be a great guest for our show too.