Ways Women are Changing the Vape Culture
The popularity of vaping is undeniable. People have used vaping as an alternative to smoking and has helped many stop the habit permanently. Today, however, many are seeing vaping as more than just an alternative to smoking. We now see women vapers change the vaping culture and sees it as something the induces change from within. Here are the ways we see women changing the vape culture for good.
There is an increase of women vapers in the last few years. Compared to men, there are more women open to trying e-cigarettes and vaping regularly. The increase in women vapers surpasses the increase in male vapers. We can expect more female smokers to turn to vaping since there are fewer women smokers than men.
Outdated marketing techniques are being changed by women in the industry. The male-focused marketing technique of using scantily-clad women to attract men to vape is no longer working. It was the women who have pointed out that the priority in vape marketing is promoting innovative vaping products. The vaping culture is changed by this view. This will have a positive impact on the potential customers that they are trying to attract.
Even famous women are now showing themselves vaping in public. Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss are two famous women who are vaping regularly. Katy Perry and Rihanna are known vapers since it is not harsh on their voices. Sarah Silverman shares her vaping habits in public.
In YouTube, some women channels are devoted to vaping. Many women who seek advice on vaping are always met with sexist abuse when they attempt to join vaping groups. There are many YouTube stars today who are fighting back and helping women vapers. These women include Zophie Vapes, Wendy Vapes, and Tia Vapes whose channels are dedicated to showing tricks, vaping product reviews, and different vaping skills.
The Drippin Dolls is a Facebook group where female vapers support one another and share vaping advice and experiences. The influence of this group in the vaping industry is becoming strong.
IN Twitter, there is an increase of vape-related tweets from women. Here they share their vaping experiences and preferences. This shows how women are playing a more prominent role in vaping culture.
You will find many female business owners, not the vape industry. These women have found the vape industry a ripe one for innovation. Jess-Marie Cornell dedicated her business to e-cig charms and customized drip tips. If you want personality to your vaping devices, then you should use e-charms. Andrea Hendricks is an e-juice mixologist who creates great e-juice flavors that she sells in her store.
Female influencers are also into impressive vaping tricks. These include Carrie, @vapingyogi, Han Duong, @jelly.goddess, and @misaliaa. These three women influencers has shown a lot of vaping tricks to their followers.