Everyone deserves to feel beautiful. That is why Sephora has announced a new program that focuses on creating a safe space and building confidence for transgender clients. Launching in June which is also LGBTQA pride month, the “Bold Beauty for the Transgender Community is a free 90 minute beauty workshop for created especially for transgender or non-binary people to learn about techniques and products to fit and empower their beauty. finish. Trans-sensitive instructors will teach all sessions.
According to the company’s press release the “Bold Beauty For The Transgender Community classes will feature Personalized skincare advice tailored to their needs, application techniques for creating smooth texture and color-correcting areas of concern, complexion tips and assistance in finding their best shade of foundation, using Sephora’s Color iQ system, a one-of-a-kind technology that scans the surface of skin and assigns it a Color iQ number for scientifically-precise product recommendations
“Sephora Stands is dedicated to supporting diversity and inclusion in all of its social impact programming. We stand with all members of the LGBTQA community and are committed to providing these individuals with the tools they want to feel confident and beautiful every single day,” said Corrie Conrad, Head of Social Impact and Sustainability for Sephora. “At Sephora, we believe beauty is yours to define, and ours to celebrate. We are honored to be a beacon of support and a part of each beauty journey through our new class offering.”
“Bold Beauty for the Transgender Community” classes will be available throughout the country in participating stores, and all friends, families and allies are welcome to join. For those unable to attend a class, Sephora Stands’ YouTube channel will offer several how-to video tutorials, led by Transgender Sephora Beauty Advisors, to serve as additional resources for LGBTQA community members.
“Bold Beauty For The Transgender Community” is apart of Sephora’s Stands Classes For Confidence program. You can sign up for the beauty class through Sephora’s website and through LGBTQA organizations.