Women Vapers: Changing the Vape Culture
Vaping is increasing in popularity today. Vaping has been tagged many times as the best alternative to smoking and an effective means to stop the smoking habit for good. Today, the vaping community does not only vape to fight their smoking addiction. What we see today are passionate female vapers changing the vape culture and fighting for change from within. Below are some ways that women of today are changing the vape culture for good.
Today, there are more female vapers. Women are more open today in trying vaping and doing it 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 old technique of using scantily-clad women used to attract men to vape is not working any longer. Women were the first to point that marketing in this industry should promote innovative vaping products. The vaping culture is changed by this view. This type of marketing will definitely have a positive impact on potential customers.
More and more famous women are vaping. 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. Women receive abuse when they seek to ask advice on vaping in online groups. There are female YouTubers who have dedicated their channels to help vaping women. 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. The influence of this group in the vaping industry is becoming strong.
More women are also seen posting vape-related tweets on Twitter. Their vaping experiences and preferences are being shared here. This just shows that women are already playing a big part in the culture of vaping.
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. With these charms, your vaping devices will have a personality. Another entrepreneur, Andrea Hendricks, has found success in her e-juice mixology, creating many great e-juice flavors which she sells at her vape shop.
Female influencers are also into impressive vaping tricks. These include Carrie, @vapingyogi, Han Duong, @jelly.goddess, and @misaliaa. Their followers learn a lot of vaping tricks from them.