Eco-friendly brand Submission Beauty set to feature at Roskilde festival

By Billie Miro Breskin


Submission is set to sparkle at the Danish festival with a sustainable glitter bar

In 2024, sustainability is more important than ever. But when regarding beauty products, we are often told we must make concessions when it comes to packaging - or to the product itself. Since its founding in 2020, Submission Beauty has put in the work to change that narrative.


The LA-based brand is leading the charge against unsustainable beauty products with its staunch commitment to eliminate plastic from every step of the supply chain. Instead of relying on the harmful plastics and other toxic ingredients that plague the beauty industry, Submission innovates, using recycled and recyclable materials, soy-based inks, and 100% cotton. Submission’s most popular product is a perfect representation of their mission; its glitter, instead of plastic, is formulated from eucalyptus cellulose, which can biodegrade naturally in freshwater.

This June, Submission will spread its message at Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark as part of its Do Good Market. Roskilde has a long history of committing to positive environmental change, highly aware of the potential environmental dangers of hosting a crowd of over 100,000 people. Following the EU’s microplastic ban, Submission will step into the festival sphere to ensure that concert-goers stay glittering – without polluting.

Photo: Submission

The brand will provide a glitter bar to attendees, offering both their products and a host of beauty services. Hairstylists Rachel Lee from LA and Karolina Liedberg from Sweden will braid glittering hairstyles while a manicurist will offer nail art on site. Submission founder Zenia Jaeger and makeup artist Johanna Nomiey will also be present to create glittery face and body art.

Photo: Submission

Between Submission’s industry-leading push for change and Roskilde’s mindful approach to festivals, the duo is a match made in sustainability heaven. Together, they prove that environmentally-conscious decisions can and should be made without concessions, bringing us all closer to a brighter future.