Student Week: Lego Beauty
by Chloe Gordon on 08/24/2021 | 2 Minute Read
In an inventive way to break down the wall of cliche gender roles in the world of beauty, ArtCenter College of Design student Jocelyn Zhao designed a conceptual beauty line for Lego. In her statement, she justly states, "Men can play with Lego; they can also wear makeup."
Not only does this line break gender stereotypes, but it's gorgeously and thoughtfully executed. Additionally, utilizing a range of colors, from salmon to grey to black to pastel blue, allows everyone to feel welcome to use the products. Not to mention, because this is a Lego collaboration, it only makes sense that the goods can be neatly stuck to a lego board to keep everything organized and tidy.
If you told me that Legos should release a makeup line, I never before would have seen how that could have made sense. But, thanks to Jocelyn, I understand how natural the collaboration could be and is.
Have you built a Lego before? What if Lego becomes cosmetics? You are free to create your own beauty set and won’t miss any steps. It’s also great for makeup beginners.
This hypothetical line of cosmetics products from Lego that uses the same look of Lego bricks to create a gender-free beauty collection. You are free to create your own beauty set based on your makeup routine, and won’t miss any steps.
Men can play with Lego, they can also wear makeup.
- Designed By: Jocelyn Zhao
- Instagram: @jocelynz_design
- Instructor: Dan Hoy
- School: ArtCenter College of Design