Revolution serves to represent and champion a diverse set of customers. In an industry where beauty norms have only just begun to be challenged, Revolution Beauty has been breaking down these rules and standing for inclusivity since the day it was born.
Back in 2014, diversity was still a niche concept. Inclusivity wasn’t very high on brands’ agendas. A small disruptor, then named Makeup Revolution, emerged with a clear concept – to challenge existing standards and democratise an industry which plays a key role in defining society.
Revolution was concepted in 2013 around founder Adam Minto’s kitchen table. Joining forces with fellow entrepreneur and beauty manufacturer Tom Allsworth enabled the brand to grow quickly. The first retailer had a Makeup Revolution product on sale 6 months later. The goal was to develop quality makeup which is accessible to everyone. Our Fast Beauty concept in which we launch products weekly, is rooted in our founders’ passion for bringing the latest beauty trends and product innovations to market quickly at attractive prices.
Since day one, Revolution’s commitment to inclusivity spans everything it does – from building consumer feedback into product development, to featuring our own employees, super fans and content creators in all brand communications, shunning unrealistic perfection and models in favour of real people, real beauty.
Makeup matters, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or sexuality. #OpenMinds is Revolution’s call for everyone to celebrate diversity, embrace imperfection, respect self-expression and support beauty in its many shapes and forms. To us, an open mind is powerful, it’s beautiful, it’s strong for being able to see beyond the obvious and embrace the unfamiliar.
Having begun as a startup, to now one of the fastest growing beauty brands in the world, Revolution is still evolving. Growing, questioning and improving, on a journey to define the new normal. Join the beauty Revolution for #OpenMinds to shape what the future looks like.