The popularity of vaping is undeniable. People have used vaping as an alternative to smoking and has helped many stop the habit permanently. Today, the vaping community does not only vape to fight their smoking addiction. 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.
More women are vaping today. Compared to men, there are more women open to trying e-cigarettes and vaping regularly. More and more women are vaping compared to regular vaping men. Since there are less female than male smokers, it is most likely that these female smokers will make a switch from cigarettes to vaping.
Women are now changing old marketing techniques still being used by the vape industry. The marketing method of using scantily-clad women to get men to buy vape products is being met with cold shoulders. It was the women who have pointed out that the priority in vape marketing is promoting innovative vaping products. This priority will help change the vaping culture. Potential customers will get a positive impact when this is the marketing priority.
Famous women are now showing that they vape too. Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss are two famous women who are vaping regularly. Vaping is not harsh on the voices of singers Katy Perry and Rihanna. Another famous comedian, Sarah Silverman also shares her passion for vaping in public.
Many female YouTube stars are also into vaping. Many women who seek advice on vaping are always met with sexist abuse when they attempt to join vaping groups. Today, however, there are female YouTube stars fighting back by sharing their vaping experience. You can find Zophie Vapes, Wendy Vapes, and Tia Vapes showing tricks, reviews of vaping products and different vaping skills.
The Drippin Dolls is a Facebook group where female vapers support one another and share vaping advice and experiences. This group is already becoming a great force in the vaping industry.
IN Twitter, there is an increase of vape-related tweets from women. Here is a place where they can share their vaping experiences and preferences. This shows how women are playing a more prominent role in vaping culture.
Female vape entrepreneurs are also increasing. These women have found the vape industry a ripe one for innovation. One entrepreneur is Jess-Marie Cornell who put a business for e-charms and customized drip tips. These charms add personality to vaping devices. Andrea Hendricks is an e-juice mixologist who creates great e-juice flavors that she sells in her store.
Even female influencers are now mastering impressive vaping tricks. Check out Carrie, @vapingyogi, Han Duong, @jelly.goddess, and @misaliaa. They have shown many vaping tricks which their followers enjoy.