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Welcome to Audioburst's Beauty Playlist

Audioburst Playlists

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Welcome to Audioburst's Beauty Playlist

"Hello Gorgeous. Welcome to Audioburst’s Beauty playlist where you’ll hear daily updates on the latest make-up trends, shiny new products, and skincare regimens that’ll keep you glowing. Curated from premium beauty podcasts and delivered in bite-sized bursts of audio.

A highlight from A New Brand for the Slugging Obsessed and More Beauty News

Gloss Angeles

02:21 min | 7 hrs ago

A highlight from A New Brand for the Slugging Obsessed and More Beauty News

"Hi Kirby, hi Sarah. Welcome to Los Angeles. Welcome, glam Jelena. We hope you stay a while. That's cute. Acast powers the world's best podcast. Here's a show that we recommend. We've all been to the party or tailgate with that person. You know, the one who makes everything about politics, or there's that relative, the one you blocked on Facebook because you'd prefer to opt out of toxic conversations. I'm Sarah Stewart Holland. My Beth silvers, we host pantsuit politics where we take a different approach to the news. On fancy politics, we opt out of the shouting and scorekeeping while still recognizing that elections matter. We're here to look at the headlines as citizens. We pay attention to politics, but also keep it in perspective. Pantsuit politics was named one of apple's best podcasts of 2021, and GMA three's podcast of the month. Take a different approach to the news with us in 2023. Pantsuit politics releases new episodes every Tuesday and Friday, listen on the acast app, and wherever you get your podcast. Hey cast helps creators launch, grow, and monetize their podcasts everywhere. AKS dot com. Happy November glams, tis the season to get festive and at Ulta Beauty, that means celebrating however feels right. Ulta Beauty has the ultimate gifts for your fam, your office, and yourself too. There are tons of great gifts to give and get, including Ulta Beauty's celestial skies collection, and the amazing Fenty beauty by Rihanna holiday sets. Have your kind of holiday at Ulta Beauty. The sound bath, a lush cosmetics podcast explores what personal social and environmental care and well-being really mean in today's society and season two just started. In thought provoking an intimate discussions with some of her favorite authors, artists, activists, and experts, surrealist blues poet and host aja Monet dives deep into the ideas that transform and reveal us. Candid and vulnerable conversations have the power to cleanse, transform, and renew, much like soaking in a bath. So start the water, light back, and soak in the sound bath. Listen and follow wherever you get your podcasts.

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A highlight from Kat Burki: Your Personal Skin Nutritionist

Art Beauty

05:10 min | 12 hrs ago

A highlight from Kat Burki: Your Personal Skin Nutritionist

"I'm amber and today my fabulous co host is cat worky. She is the founder of cat bricky skin care, an incredible, awesome entrepreneur. I'm so excited to have you on the show. Welcome. Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be here. Now I have to ask you, where are you, where are you dialing in from today? It looks beautiful. So I'm in Greenwich, Connecticut. Where are you? am in a breeze side. So we're always here in New York, but it's so nice to see sort of like that country. Look going on. You know, the dream to get out of the city, especially these days, but we're not going to go into that now. I mean, I feel like, you know, Thanksgiving was just this past weekend. And so to me, this is really kind of like the official start of the holiday season. And if you may be overdid it on Thanksgiving with your dinner, you might be disappointed when you hear this podcast. I don't know. We're going to find out because Kat is a skin nutritionist. We're going to be talking all about what skin nutrition is. But before we get into that and talk about your line, I'd love to talk about how you got into beauty because you didn't have, you know, let's say a traditional start. You didn't start in beauty. You actually had a background in nutrition, healthcare law and healthcare law? Yeah, so healthcare law and then after that epidemiology. So that allowed me to kind of look at how do all these major disease groups, what kind of programs can we put into place, then particularly for me, nutritional programs, to keep basically people healthy, or also you can look at things like what are people doing in certain areas of the world that are causing disease based on nutrition. So it goes both ways, but obviously what my end job after all that really was was how to keep worked for our managed care company. So how do you put these programs into place to keep people healthy? Because if you keep them healthy, then they don't go to the doctor. Then they don't have, you know, all the medical. So the end result was for a financial reason, but it's a good thing how the programs that we're putting into place. So that was my whole long time of school and work. After the law. Did you have a law degree? Yeah, so I did that, but working for lawyers and working for judges and in healthcare law. It's like it's not a win win ever. It's like, you know, no outcome from that is a positive one. So it really was not as rewarding. So that's why I went back and said epidemiologic because I wanted to be able to at least utilize all my background, but how so in a way that was more program based and health based, really. Healthcare law, you know, you can study it in a different way. Like most of your cases involve health at some respect. But epidemiology really allowed me to work in actually health policy. You know, I'm always fascinated by people. I mean, especially because to become a lawyer to become a doctor involves incredible amount of schooling, right? So going to college at all and it is impressive, but then when you go and get that extra degree to then sort of make a career shift like that, was that like a hard decision at the time? I put the career shift into skin care. Well, are you even just kind of leaving law? Yeah. Yeah, no, I wanted to leave. Okay. Yeah, that wasn't hard for me at all. I just really, you just know when it's not a fit when you're working and you're just going, oh, I don't like this specific me feel good, you know? So I knew there was something else I wanted to do, but I really didn't know what. So that's why another year of school kind of allowed me to figure that out, but that would be, but so no, that wasn't easy one. And I was still young enough to be, you know, I could move. I was flexible and what I was doing. But later on going into skin care was a big difference, you know? That definitely, yeah. So that was probably a bigger show. So, you know, I'm fascinated by this. So how do you go from epidemiology into skin care? What can you tell us about the journey? Really was where you learn about something and you're like, um, what? I mean, it's funny. I don't even think people do necessarily, but think about, I mean, it is an organ that you can treat on the outside. So like anything that you read, you yes, I'm gonna be the first one to say it's about what you eat and what you drink and all that kind of stuff. Obviously, that plays a part. But in actual healing of the skin, skin applications are the most direct, which makes sense because we're healing is is like the bottom of the skin. But food, we eat it, we have to digest it, it goes to your liver, it goes to your all your different organs and finally to your skin. So it makes sense, but for me, it was like pretty, I was like, I

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A highlight from S3 Ep92: Keith, Demna & Alessandro: An Unholy Trinity

Eyewitness Beauty

03:16 min | 16 hrs ago

A highlight from S3 Ep92: Keith, Demna & Alessandro: An Unholy Trinity

"The ever charming diamond creek bomb. It's a three. It's three words. Thank you. Thank you, Nick. Welcome. Welcome to your podcast. That was so nice of you to ask me up like that. I thought you were going to say guest light you. What did we do before we had that expression? Has the expression does it come and go in waves? Because it's from an old movie, right? Yeah, but like, I feel like until that teen Vogue article came out about Donald Trump, like no one was using it. And now my husband laughs at me whenever I try whenever I use it. History of gaslighting. I'm going to get to the bottom of it. It's an old term, but it was definitely not in the vernacular in the way that it is now. Like everyone's gaslighting everyone now. Oh, I totally agree. Okay, here we go. New York Times first used the common gerund gaslighting in marine dowd's 1995 column. However, there were only 9 additional uses in the following 20 years. Holy, holy moly. And then there was like Lauren, what's her name? Lauren. The writer and teen Vogue you're gonna have to jog my memory. What happened in teen Vogue? There was an article in teen Vogue during the Trump the first Trump presidential election in which she, I think a teen Vogue article came out. Lauren duca was the writer, and she talked about how Trump was gaslighting America. Okay. I think, and then from there, I never stopped using the I never stopped using the word. This is why we need NFTs because I feel like writers are coming up with really incredible phrases that are just taken, taking culture by storm, another example would be big dick energy. You know she's not seeing royalties for that song that came out. Oh, you're right. It should be. Well, actually, speaking of which, do you want to know something else crazy? Tell me, this is what we're here for. Do you remember a few weeks ago when Cardi B was having to go to court for a lawsuit about album artwork and she was like wearing suits to court? Remember this like a month ago maybe? I just remember this stripper fight. That I think was different. But this one was she had, I guess she put out a mixtape years ago and the album art on the mixtape was a picture of her and I want to say that like she didn't get clearance from one of the tattoo artists that had tattooed one of her tattoos. And so I think the tattoo artist sued Cardi B wow. Yeah. So apparently now, and maybe it's not just now. Maybe it's been always that like if someone has tattoos and you want to film them, you have to either pay the tattoo artist or get clearance from the tattoo artist. Wow. Yeah. So do you remember when to keep Davidson's all of his tattoos were covered up for that movie? No, 'cause I don't watch Pete Davidson. Well, I think part of that was because they couldn't get clearance for everything. Jeez, Louise. Isn't he getting them all to remove? I don't know. I don't care. But speaking of big dick energy, Pete Davidson, am I right? We'll have to ask Emma.

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A highlight from Mini-Ep 354: Just Good Scents

Forever35

07:56 min | 1 d ago

A highlight from Mini-Ep 354: Just Good Scents

"Balance bound out co slash shop slash forever 35. There we go. That's the stuff. That is the stuff. So Kate, we're recording this pre Thanksgiving pre cruise. Yeah. Pre me on a cruise. I got a nice email from a listener who's a Doctor Who was like, I really want you to be careful on this cruise. I don't want you to get reinfected with COVID. And I was like, you and me both, listener, I am with you. This is one of those risks we've decided to take so that we can spend time with family members in a way that is important to them and all the things that go into considering things right now, but I hear the concern and I appreciate your hearing about my life and taking it on stride. I'm a little apprehensive, but I'm going to do my best. It's going to, you know what? You just have to kind of go with it, be as safe as you can, but ultimately, you know you're taking a risk and not just is what it is. Yeah. It is. I mean, as we are writing this, I mean, excuse me, as we are recording this. News is breaking that Harry Styles in a Olivia Wilde are on a break. And it's just kind of like a poignant timing because you and I both saw Harry Styles last week, so I wonder if he was like tempted by our sultry dance moves and was just like, I've got to get back out there. That's definitely what happened. You, that's the vibe you're getting, right? Yes, totally. I was just thinking, you know, I did wear a K 95 at Harry Styles. And it was, you know, it was fine. Live music is so vital, and I think I have kind of forgotten. You know, I know I see a lot of fish shows, but when it comes to other bands, you know, I feel like I kind of forgot how special it is to see artists live. Like for many of us live music is a big, big part of just like how we nourish ourselves. I mean, this is also coming in the wake. Of the Taylor Swift ticketmaster debacle. So there's a larger conversation about how this times didn't do monopolies. Yes. Totally. But for the sake of just, you know, kind of an innocent conversation about life music. I do think it's been really, it's just been so amazing to get to be with people seeing live music again. I don't know if you feel the same way. You and I saw two concerts in the last like ten days. So we're kind of really living a young person's life right now. Yeah, I mean, I went to two concerts this week, which is bananas to me. And then someone a friend texted me this morning and was like, do you want to go to lizzo tonight? And I was like, normally I probably would say yes because they have someone got sick and they had an extra ticket and I was like, I can not do a third concert in a week. Just bananas. And I am not someone who goes out that much, but yeah, I don't know. But I did, you know, Kate you and I went with along with two other friends of ours to see Elton John last night. And it was so fun. It was so fun. It felt very special and yeah, I mean, there is just something, I guess what I'm saying is I don't take it for granted anymore. Yeah. Because I wish I could say that I never took it for granted, but I totally took it for granted. You know, just this idea that concerts would always be there. You know what I mean? The other thing that I've been thinking about, which is like a little bit more morbid, but you know, I was talking with someone else the other day and we were talking about bands or artists that we just never got around to seeing and then they died. And. I want to try to see as many of those shows as I can. I mean, it does get expensive, which is part of the goodness problem. And yeah, circling back to that old ticket master. I was going to say maybe when that ticketmaster monopoly gets broken up. So it's so obscene. But it's disgusting. It's so expensive. But I still regret not going to see Tom Petty at the Hollywood Bowl. Me too, I have the same exact specific concert regret. I really wish I had gone. I didn't go. He died not long after that. And yeah, I never got to see him. I never saw him in concert. Me neither. Just like a bummer. Yeah. So that was part of my motivation for wanting to go see Elton John. Yeah, I had never seen him before. And I had the same kind of feeling of like, this feels like important that I get to go see this musician. I feel very lucky that I can do so. And I think also I was talking to somebody in the early days. Yesterday, not yesterday. On Thursday, I was also with you in a group of different group of friends, and we were talking about the things that when COVID first started and we were locked down, the things that we were not allowed to do, like the playgrounds were closed, and we weren't allowed here in Los Angeles. We weren't allowed to go to the beach. And I remember having this grief that like, what if I never get to see the ocean again? And this circles in my brain a lot of that I had never had this feeling of like, oh, this thing I love that I've taken for granted my whole life. Well, I guess I've had this feeling before, but this kind of the beach is something I just like, yeah, I can go to the beach any time. I live in LA. And I just this feeling of not being allowed and when would I see the ocean again? And when would I smell the ocean again? It was so upsetting to me. And so that kind of even though I have forgotten that kind of initial initial traumatic feeling, it still comes back with stuff like this of like, I do feel like being in the present, being more grateful, cherishing what we have saying yes to things a little bit more for me is important because you're right, you just don't, you just don't know. We just don't know. And I know like we learn this lesson every day, but it feels a little like Groundhog Day, you know? I feel like I'm always learning this. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So. I also, I don't know. I also just wanted to note that I have seen two one direction concerts. So I've seen Harry Styles perform before. But I know Harry's fans are in the Harry Styles concert was the closest I've come to like what the fish fandom is like. And I really just wanted to give a shout out to the Harry Styles fandom because it was such a sweet, kind community where it felt really comfortable to be one's self. And that is something that I think is, you know, I was so grateful that my kids got to taste that. And I just, I found it very nourishing and nurturing.

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A highlight from Ep. 456: The White Witch of Perfume with Azzi Glasser

Fat Mascara

01:34 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Ep. 456: The White Witch of Perfume with Azzi Glasser

"So you talk to Ozzie. Let's get right into it. That's right. It's Friday. We've got an interview for you. How much do you love a fragrance chat? I'm so excited for this. She's really talented. When I tell you, I'm not finished. When I tell you, I think this woman has a weird 6th sense. I feel like she's like a white witch of perfume. I get every time I talk to her, I feel like this is why she's a good perfumer because she just reads the room and the people. She's got a little magic about her. She's a British perfume designer. Who remembers agent provocateur? The fragrance. Justice. My hands up. She created that one. That was like one of her first blockbusters. She now has her own company, a perfumer story. I got connected with her. I actually should call this out. I just did a story for the December issue of allure about how actors use fragrance to help them get into character. So she was one of my sources because she makes bespoke fragrances for actors for particular projects. And when I chatted with her for that story, I was like, you need to come on the podcast. If the fam is going to love you. So that's what this is. This is my conversation with, as a so it's just me and her, Jess is there vicariously, right, Jess? Vicariously in spirit. In spirit and fragrant spirit. So I thought it was also timely. I don't know. There's something about fragrance that makes me feel very festive. And here we are getting into festive season, so I hope

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A highlight from Replay: Episode 165: State of the Artist with Beth Pickens

Forever35

01:41 min | 4 d ago

A highlight from Replay: Episode 165: State of the Artist with Beth Pickens

"Now, you have heard us talk about color guru unsponsored in an episode. I mean, many episodes, right, Kate? Yeah, I mean, I told you before we recorded that I busted out my color guru palette today while I was shopping for a cardigan. I use it all the time. There's certain shades that I, at this point, I just have memorized, but then there's other ones that I'm like, wait, I can't remember, is it like this green or is it that green? Let me just check my little guide. So when I say I use this product all the time when I'm shopping for clothes and makeup, I really mean I use it all the time. And if there's anyone in your life who's been absolutely ruling over the idea of knowing more about their colors, then a custom color consultation really is a great unique gift for the holidays. It's really knowledge they'll use forever. But hold on, getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the process. I uploaded my photos. I answered a few questions. Then, color guru matched me with my ideal color palette for clothing. They showed me a little about how they came to those conclusions. Which is really interesting. Plus, they send you a laminated card with your best colors on it, and I can just pull it out while shopping, there's also a digital file, I can take anywhere. It's unbelievably helpful to know which colors are ideal for me and my closet. I mean, honestly, I never knew that I looked so washed out, and then I look at old photos of me and colors that are not my colors, and I'm like, oh yeah. Whoops. Okay. Yeah, the color guru really helped transform my closet. If you know someone who loves to shop or wants

Kate
A highlight from Episode 320 - Electrically charged skin, Revela and more

The Beauty Brains

04:28 min | 5 d ago

A highlight from Episode 320 - Electrically charged skin, Revela and more

"Hi Perry. Hey Valerie. You know, I feel like three 20, we should be talking about CBD, but I guess we don't have a CBD. I think that's four 20. Oh, is it, sir? But speaking of four, we do have four questions on today's show. And we're going to answer them. There are about what do we think of the effectiveness of the brand ravella? Is there any evidence that electric currents improve results of skin care? Why are all exfoliators rinse off products, and is there anything special about products from the brand 2020? 2020. That was a TV show, right? Every time about the TV show? It could be interesting because I think there's only like mysteries on that show or like unsolved people crimes. I'm not sure. Wait, is that show still on? Oh, I don't know. It was Barbara Walters, right? Ray, it was Barbara Walters. I just assumed it would be off the air by now, because it'd be like 40 years or something. Maybe it's still on. I don't know. Who knows? So what's going on with you this week? All right, big news on the portu kitty front. Remember the little kitten that I call tiny tux? Yeah. She was coming in my house and I closed the door and I caught her. Wait a second. It's a hurt. You checked. Well, I didn't know it was a her. Yeah, 'cause you were calling it him. Right. Well, yeah. For some reason, I assume a tuxedo cat is a hymn and now the second time I found out this tuxedo kit is a her. And so she's in my house. But she liked coming inside. She was daring and coming inside before. She was daring, I would give her a little snacks, but she wouldn't let me get too close. You know, she'd always have that out. But I shut the door and then she couldn't get out because I had an appointment for her to get her spay or neutered. It turns out spade. So I put gloves on. Thankfully, to catch her. And so she was scared. And I grabbed her, and she started scratching me and then she bit me. Like hard. But I got her in the cage. And I got her, I got her, so I got her fixed. And then she got fixed, she got a clip on the ear. And I was worried that she was going to run away and never come back, but she comes back now. So she's spayed, you did your due diligence. She's back in the wild. She's spayed. She's chipped and she's vaccinated. And back in the wild. Yeah. You're a good porch kitty dad. Well, I don't, I don't need more porch kidney. Sorry, like 5 of them. But she's clipped on the ears so that they know she's been taken care of. Exactly. So just on site, you can see, oh, it's so weird for you, you ever see a cat that has a clipped ear. They probably were caught and trapped neutered and then released. And little tiny tux also has a little chip insider that tells that's related to me and has the name tiny tux. I guess it'll stick. So only like four more cats to catch. Yeah. I think she's going to spread the word, though. She's like, do not go in there. You know what? I thought the same thing. She was back the next day, looking in the house, looking to come in. She got over it pretty quick, I guess. Well, they probably gave her good drugs. Yeah, they were. They did. A warm space and a hot meal. Well, we spent all our time doing cat talk, so I guess we don't have any time for any beauty science news. No, so let's head over to beauty questions. Yeah, in fact, this is a holiday week. I mean, most podcasts are doing best of and we're here, we're doing a new show, right? You know, we usually do a best of. So we don't want to be too hypocritical, but this year we said, you know what? Let's record a unique episode. Because we can, I don't have the ties of work, usually I'm traveling this week for work. But, you know, we're just thankful for everyone who listens to the show. So we're going to give you guys a brand new episode. We are thankful. And you know what I think I'm going to do, Valerie. I might release a video version of this for our patrons. Maybe not this one. Maybe next time. I'm looking at are you kidding? Oh my gosh, you guys should have seen my face. I was like, what? I should have run that by you first. All right, well, we're gonna get up. We're gonna get some video someday. All right, we ready for some questions. Yeah.

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A highlight from Ep. 455: Trend Predictions, Allergens in Natural Skincare & The Weeks Beauty News

Fat Mascara

05:38 min | 5 d ago

A highlight from Ep. 455: Trend Predictions, Allergens in Natural Skincare & The Weeks Beauty News

"How are you? It's Thanksgiving week. I'm Jess. Hi, Jess. I'm Jen. I would like if I was a sound mixer, I would cue the bells from Mariah Carey's Christmas time. Because I'm feeling festive. Thanksgiving is like kick-off holiday season. Let's enjoy Thanksgiving. And then on Monday, the Monday after Thanksgiving, I feel like, no, this is not Mariah time. Sorry, Mariah. Well, I did see someone say online. You know what? Stop complaining about early holiday music. It's not like anyone's writing a Thanksgiving banger. That's funny. Which is true. So to me, also someone who doesn't even celebrate Christmas, I'm not even Christian, like just the festivity in the air that happens this time of year. To me, the sound of that is those bells. I don't know. I feel like Thanksgiving, I'm sorry. I feel quite passionate about this. Thanksgiving is not a time for Christmas is not no Christmas yet. It's still like, let's have the pumpkin, let's have the cornucopia, the palette is still ochre. Toasted pumpkin, rich reds, we're still in that autumnal palette. We are not ready for the red and green and holiday lights. Keep your silver bells. We are still in heavy fall. We're still in peak fall. Keep your Christmas stuff favorite season. Yeah, it's still like by far fall. But think but think about when you're a kid and like school that November that calendar still has the orange border instead of the red border. Yeah, so put your Christmas stuff, keep it in your basket, your box, and then after Thanksgiving, that's when we can take Mariah out and all the elves. I love your color theory, seasonality of colors, and I will stay here with you on the rust and ochre. Do you think I did think you were going to take that too? Well, no, we're still on Thanksgiving and I love Thanksgiving because it's a non denominational American holiday everybody celebrates. It has nothing to do with anyone's particular creed color race religion. I feel that way as well. There's no gifts. There's nothing it tends not to be as consumer. It's not good. If there's no pressure to buy a costume, you don't have to be a sexy nurse. No, and it could be about your Friends. It could be about family and listen, I also know just big shout out Thanksgiving. It's about family and it can be very tricky for a lot of folks. So I just consider sweet and very bittersweet. Very confusing. But more broadly speaking, it's not about I find it's not as heavy and high pressure as Christmas, which is like spending tacky as Halloween and Valentine's Day and Thanksgiving to me. Into weird holidays. Yeah, I don't taking all the political stuff about Thanksgiving aside. It's putting that aside. I think Thanksgiving is just about being grateful and about being with people you love, which I guess people could say the same about Christmas or on all our non American listeners, sorry, tomorrow's Thanksgiving, case here in the states. What do you think, sorry, Jen? I've just been ranting and raving, like a lunatic. No, yes, well, I said, I started out. I'm in a very festive mood. I'm excited. I'm thankful for you. So I love for you. This week just feels good. And we wanted to drop a new episode so that when uncle whoever starts pissing you off with whatever, you could put on your pods. Put in your pads, put on your comfiest, coziest, pod listening outfit, put on your face mask, your favorite fragrance, whatever, and take some confuse your family members as you laugh and not along to us and they're like, what is going on in there? Jen, I'll tell you a secret, just in the spirit of being thankful. I feel like sometimes you don't always tell people how you really feel about them or you're not saying something like, you know, you keep these thoughts inside. I told you I was at a gathering party last night. Yeah. And secretly the whole time I was thinking, I so wish Jen was here. I was like dying for you to be there. Just. I know. I was like, I feel like Jen would really enjoy this. And I really just wish you were there. So. Anyway. Well, I'm thankful for you, friend. And you are always my first person in the gymnasium of life. Let's go under the bleachers together, right? And all our friends and all our fat mess together. I belong there. I really was just like dying for you to be there. Anyway. So anyway, that's the scoop. That's the scope. I'm doing the news today. And big fat Happy Thanksgiving if that wasn't clear to all of our listeners. I don't know. It felt like I was saying a lot and I don't know if I got my thesis statement out, having Thanksgiving to everyone. In conclusion, conclusion. Thanksgiving. And he will be wished to happy holidays in December. I'm not anti December holidays. I just really like Thanksgiving. So we are going to do the news. I haven't done the news in like weeks and weeks. This is a very chunky news segment. So just like buckle up, a lot has happened. And I just feel like we've got a lot to kind of sink our teeth into. So stay tuned. Yeah, this is like the Sunday football of history. Or like the balloons going down New York. There's all these other things that people are into over Thanksgiving weekend, but just settle in with Jess and I and let's talk about how excited about this. Beauty culture and the beauty industry.

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A highlight from Replay: Episode 188: The Elegance of a Formula with Darian Harvin

Forever35

01:28 min | 6 d ago

A highlight from Replay: Episode 188: The Elegance of a Formula with Darian Harvin

"Now, you have heard us talk about color guru unsponsored in an episode. I mean, many episodes, right, Kate? Yeah, I mean, I told you before we recorded that I busted out my color guru palette today while I was shopping for a cardigan. I use it all the time. There's certain shades that I, at this point, I just have memorized, but then there's other ones that I'm like, wait, I can't remember, is it like this green or is it that green? Let me just check my little guide. So when I say I use this product all the time when I'm shopping for clothes and makeup, I really mean I use it all the time. And if there's anyone in your life who's been absolutely ruling over the idea of knowing more about their colors, then a custom color consultation really is a great unique gift for the holidays. It's really knowledge they'll use forever. But hold on, getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the process. I uploaded my photos. I answered a few questions. Then, color guru matched me with my ideal color palette for clothing. They showed me a little about how they came to those conclusions. Which is really interesting. Plus, they send you a laminated card with your best colors on it, and I can just pull it out while shopping, there's also a digital file, I can take anywhere. It's unbelievably helpful to know which colors are ideal for me and my closet. I mean, honestly, I never knew that I looked so washed out, and then I look at old photos of me and colors

Kate
A highlight from Its A #DamnGood Holiday Gift Guide Extravaganza! Plus! The Best Black Friday Deals, As Selected By Us

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:54 min | 6 d ago

A highlight from Its A #DamnGood Holiday Gift Guide Extravaganza! Plus! The Best Black Friday Deals, As Selected By Us

"Jill Dunn and there's carleen. She's jumping in. She's that excited. Hello, Jill. How are you? I'm loving your wallpaper today. Oh, thank you. I'm in the holiday spirit. Mostly it's because I'm moving and I don't really want you to see the piles of boxes that are behind me, but I digress. I will be in a new place Santa will find me there. Oh, definitely. Santa will, I hope he brings you all the treats. I just want to say thank you to our audience who caught us on pin TV on Pinterest TV live last Friday, where we were sort of giving a sneak peek of all the best holiday beauty deals. And fines because we know we're starting at earlier and earlier. So if you did catch us there, we really appreciate you what tuning in. Yes, and if you didn't, never fear because right now you are tuning in to our holiday gift guide 2022 edition. So you're going to be hearing about all of the things that Jill and I want for the holidays, what we want, what we want to give, and also stay tuned because we're going to be shedding some light on Black Friday deals. We know that tomorrow is Thanksgiving, I think it is. I'm trying to think of one we're recording this, Jill. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and the day after Black Friday. So also Happy Thanksgiving everyone and cyber Monday. All of the days. Maybe you're listening to this you're forcing your boyfriend in the car right now to listen to this on the way to your parents house. So don't worry, Brad, we've rounded up everything that your girlfriend wants over on our website at breaking beauty podcast dot com. So every single thing that we talk about today, you can find it over there with handy links and carleen, you put on our Instagram a couple of days ago just how much stuff you had received to test for the holiday gift guide. And I think people were a little bit shook. You think so? Oh, we had some wows and, oh my God. Yes. Just the sheer volume of stuff, right? Yes, yes, it's true. It was tough to do the edit for today's episode, but also fun. Tough, is there a word for tough and fun? I don't know, but I just had a blast. So maybe it's time for us to dive in to today's episode unless there's anything else did I miss anything else? Anything else we need to cover? No. No, let's do it. Okay, here we go. Our holiday 2022 gift guide just ahead. Hi everyone, I'm Peyton sarton, hosted the note to self podcast. Note to self as a space embrace your unique qualities, get grounded and ultimately have honest conversations. No topic is off limits. I began doing social media 7 years ago and since then I've started a clothing line and this podcast. Note to self is a place where people from every stage of life can come for advice, new perspectives, and to feel a little less alone.

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A highlight from The Products and Trends We'll See More Prominently in 2023

Gloss Angeles

04:58 min | Last week

A highlight from The Products and Trends We'll See More Prominently in 2023

"Thought provoking an intimate discussions with some of her favorite authors, artists, activists, and experts, surrealist blues poet and host aja Monet dives deep into the ideas that transform and reveal us. Candid and vulnerable conversations have the power to cleanse, transform, and renew, much like soaking in a bath. So start the water, light back, and soak in the sound bath. Listen and follow wherever you get your podcasts. Sarah, you know what is so delicious. And this is not an ad. It sounds like a what? Ritz crackers? Oh. Why have I been sleeping on Ritz crackers? Like I eat them like in holiday merriment, but I never am just like, let's have a risk cracker and one of my pregnant friends had Ritz crackers. And we were eating them. No, it was my friend Megan. It was my friend Megan. We went to mammoth, and she had Ritz crackers as a snack, and I was like, wow, I have been fiending for these ever since. They're delightful. I hadn't had them in so long, and then I don't know why we ended up with some because I didn't buy them, and Zoe was eating them, and she really liked them. And I was like, oh, these are delicious. No wonder you like them. Like, no nutritional value, but delicious. Well, here's the other thing, have rebound COVID. So I got the vid. I don't think we talked about this. No, I got COVID. I got COVID the week when so much was happening in my life. I was supposed to go to Park City again for a press trip. I have a source of supply from Park City to Houston for my cousin's wedding. How to miss all of it. The only silver lining to it was that I had no meetings, no interviews, nothing planned that week because I was going to be traveling. So I could just lay in bed, but Patrick wasn't even here. He was in New York for work, so Quinn was my candy striper, a very bad one. But she was also very cute and very snugly, which I appreciated. And honestly, it worked out for the best him being gone because you didn't have to isolate from each other. Correct. So we literally isolated in different states. It was probably best case scenario. I don't know. Maybe I have gotten it and I just haven't tested positive or had any symptoms, but I really thought that the both of us were like totally immune. I keep telling myself I've had it before because remember in June of 2021, I was so sick for like a month and they were like, it's not COVID and I'm like, but I'm miserable. So figure it out. Well, when you get COVID, you know, like in your head, you just know. It's like intuition. And I think the way that it hit you so hard proves that you had not had it before. Exactly, because I was up so early the day before I was supposed to leave, I'm supposed to hop on a plane at LAX and I remember being like, I have this headache and I'm not feeling great, but whatever, and then literally like 15 minutes before my alto was coming to pick me up. I'm like, I'm gonna take a test out of an abundance of caution. Just to be sure. And literally that line showed up within two seconds. It was like, no, which is also like, now when you test and you wait a few minutes and it hasn't shown up, you're like, I'm good. 'cause if you have it, like it's immediate. I had the COVID. I took pax lovid as they tell you to to keep you out of the hospital, whatever. Packs a lot of it is literally disgusting. Anyone that's taken packs a little bit, you know what pax lobi Malthus, it is literally like a grapefruit taste that you can't get rid of. I love grapefruit, but I literally hate the aftertaste. And you have to take it every day. You have to take it twice a day, three pills every single day for 5 days. I did that. It was literally, like, when you're sick and having to take this and have this taste in your mouth, it's disgusting. But thankfully I had big red in my travel purse and everyone was like, eat something that cinnamony like hot tamales, and I'm like, fuck it, I'm gonna chew big red. And that was helpful, but also not safe because I fell asleep many times with it in my mouth. I could have died. Anyways, long story short, I tested negative on Sunday, okay? And I was testing regularly starting Friday. I was still faintly positive Friday, very, very faintly positive on Saturday. I was negative Sunday, feeling amazing by Sunday, okay? Because I'm starting to feel better last Friday. And that was like ten days or 8 days or something. I was technically like 8 days when I was testing negative. But I was feeling better around day 6. So I'm like, this is great. Monday, I'm living it up. I go to like an event that night. Everything's fine. Tuesday. Hailey Bieber's birthday party. Everyone was like having a seance, hoping I could make it to Hailey Bieber's birthday party. They're like, please, God, let Kirby make it to the Bebo birthday party. And so I go, feeling great again. It was a great birthday party. It was an early birthday for her. We were celebrating the new peptide lip treatment, Sarah interviewed her for it. What's the flavor? Vanilla cake? I'm a vanilla girl, so I think this is my new fave.

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A highlight from Biologique Recherche: Behind the Best-kept Beauty Secret Brand and the Cult Lotion P50

Art Beauty

02:21 min | Last week

A highlight from Biologique Recherche: Behind the Best-kept Beauty Secret Brand and the Cult Lotion P50

"The fake shit. Hi everybody. I'm amber and today my fabulous co host is. And I'm going to try to not butcher her name because my French is horrific, Margot amber. She is with chache again bad French but you've heard of the brand. It is a luxury brand based out of Paris and we're going to learn all about that today and there's also some exciting new news that she's going to be sharing with us. Welcome to the show Margot. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much. I'm really excited to be here to talk a little bit more about the musical session and get everybody to know the brands but better because it's a cult brand, but it's still a little bit under the radar. It's not as out there as you would think. So I'm happy to answer all your questions. I love that. And to keep it honest, 'cause we keep it real here. It's funny. I've worked in beauty for 20 years. I had never heard of the brand I had never tried it. And I work at new beauty magazine, so the epitome of beauty, and one of the executives, it is her favorite brand. And so I was like, you know what? I need to know more about this. You know, before we get going, can you just pronounce the name for us again? Okay. So bear with me. Research. And biologic is biology. So if you said it with an English accent, you would probably be like biologic research. Right. Okay. I actually listened to the first one. Since I've started working for this bread, the amount of people that are just like VR, just make it simple. It's definitely it's definitely a hard to say name. Even for a French person actually, it's kind of a tongue twister. I mean, my best friend is fluent French. I actually got to travel to France with her, the French were so impressed by her language. So I know she's cringing right now, sorry about that Brooke. But you know, I like it. We're going to call it BR for my own sake, but it's going to be faster for us. So I want you to start because, you know, like I said, you mentioned before. It is a cult brand, something that I'm sure in Paris and France. It is well known. But for those of us here in the states, tell us a little bit about the brim because it does have a very unique sort of approach to beauty.

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A highlight from Episode 245: The 2022 Gift Guide

Forever35

02:02 min | Last week

A highlight from Episode 245: The 2022 Gift Guide

"Is brought to you by color guru. Now, you have heard us talk about color guru unsponsored in an episode. I mean, many episodes, right, Kate? Yeah, I mean, I told you before we recorded that I busted out my color guru palette today while I was shopping for a cardigan. I use it all the time. There's certain shades that I at this point, I just have memorized, but then there's other ones that I'm like, wait, I can't remember, is it like this green or is it that green? Let me just check my little guide. So when I say I use this product all the time when I'm shopping for clothes and makeup, I really mean I use it all the time. And if there's anyone in your life who's been absolutely grooving over the idea of knowing more about their colors, then a custom color consultation really is a great unique gift for the holidays. It's really knowledge they'll use forever. But hold on, getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the process. I uploaded my photos. I answered a few questions. Then, color guru matched me with my ideal color palette for clothing. They showed me a little about how they came to those conclusions. Which is really interesting. Plus, they send you a laminated card with your best colors on it, and I can just pull it out while shopping, there's also a digital file. I can take anywhere. It's unbelievably helpful to know which colors are ideal for me and my closet. I mean, honestly, I never knew that I looked so washed out, and then I look at old photos of me and colors that are not my colors, and I'm like, oh yeah. Whoops. Okay. Yeah, the color guru really helped transform my closet. If you know someone who loves to shop or wants to know more about their colors, color, gurus, custom color card would make a great gift. Get your custom color card at color guru dot com. And use coupon code forever for 10% off any color analysis package. That COL OR GUU dot com use code forever, like how long you'll use your card for

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A highlight from The Ultimate Pregnancy Skincare and Beauty Episode: What Do Avoid and More

Gloss Angeles

03:59 min | Last week

A highlight from The Ultimate Pregnancy Skincare and Beauty Episode: What Do Avoid and More

"In thought provoking an intimate discussions with some of her favorite authors, artists, activists, and experts, surrealist blues poet and host aja Monet dives deep into the ideas that transform and reveal us. Candid and vulnerable conversations have the power to cleanse, transform, and renew, much like soaking in a bath. So start the water light back and soak in the sound bath. Listen and follow wherever you get your podcasts. In case you missed it, ya girl is pregnant again. Sarah's pregnant. Baby number two, this is actually kind of a fun story in the summer. It was the summer, right? Yeah. It's been that long. I'm 6 months pregnant. Yes, you are, wild times. You are very far along. You almost Kylie gendered it, but you did it. But we were on a call together, and we were just chatting as two friends do. And I was like, so when are you thinking you're gonna have another baby? And Sarah's like Kirby? I'm 7 weeks pregnant. What the hell? How do you know this? Matt is like the only other person that knows. And I'm like, shut the front door. It was like I felt like I couldn't lie to you. Obviously I was going to tell you one of the first people I was going to tell, but it was just it's so early to tell people you're pregnant. You're like, barely pregnant at 7 weeks. So, but you saw right through the zoom. I felt a spiritual connection with your fetus and into my uterus. Right into the uterus, so we get a lot of questions regarding pregnancy, whether or not Sarah is pregnant. I've never been pregnant, so I'm not including myself in that conversation. But whether Sarah has been pregnant or not, we get questions from people about pregnancy skin care, pregnancy beauty, what are the do's? What are the don'ts? This is by far I think the most confusing and frustrating thing that a person can go through. I mean, obviously if you have acne, that is extremely frustrating, try to figure out the cause of that. If you have hair loss, finding the cause of that also extremely frustrating. Trying to figure out what you can and can't use on your face, your body, your hair, your nails, whatever, when you're pregnant, it's beyond frustrating because it's also scary. Yes, it's mind numbing, because you're like, am I going to hurt myself or hurt my future child by using the doctor, Dennis gross, alpha beta peels. Right. You're not. Yeah, you're not, by the way. Yeah, or a lot of our listeners who are trying to get pregnant and can't get pregnant and just feel like at a loss or just so scared that anything they put on their skin is the reason why they can't get pregnant. So there's just it's so disheartening. And there's so much misinformation on the clock app on Instagram. Can I just say that mommy bloggers are a big part of this misinformation? I understand, listen, the business of babies is so, so good, like these mommy bloggers are making money hand over fists by commodifying their children. And you know what? Do what you got to do. College is expensive, having a child in general is expensive. So do what you need to do. I'm not judging. But I do judge just the stream of misinformation from people, especially mothers, especially talking about pregnancy, saying things that your skin care is toxic, it's gonna hurt your baby, hurt you, hurt your chances of getting pregnant. All of these things, because what you'll hear in this episode is that pregnancy is such a hard thing to get real data about, because you do not want to, you can not test on pregnant people. You can't even. I don't even think they prep, they test on pregnant rats. Like, I think it's just ethically like we said, it's not right. So you can't do it. And it takes months and years of testing on groups of people and you're also only pregnant for

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A highlight from Ep. 454: Paulina Porizkova Unfiltered

Fat Mascara

00:57 sec | Last week

A highlight from Ep. 454: Paulina Porizkova Unfiltered

"I'm so crazy about this foundation. When I put the song, I actually think I said wow by myself in the bathroom. It makes my skin look like skin, but I still get coverage, but it doesn't look like I'm wearing makeup. I can't please just go try this for yourself, okay? Because you put this on and it just looks like you have like you're glowing. Baby skin. Baby skin, and it's super sheer, but it's not like nothing happened. There are a lot of those going on out there. Okay, you listen to the show, okay? It has three serum technologies. It has dark spot even skin tone technology. It has hydration and moisture barrier support technology. It has, this is my favorite. Smoothing and radiance technology, you're going to see that one right away. And Jen, what else does it have? Oh my God, sunscreen. If you think about it, Jess, this is three serums, a sunscreen and a foundation in one bottle. So you're

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A highlight from Episode 319 - Arnica, Minerals, Olay oh my

The Beauty Brains

04:04 min | Last week

A highlight from Episode 319 - Arnica, Minerals, Olay oh my

"Well formulated or not? Will minerals boost your skin? How does a store brand compare to a dermatologist brand? Is it okay to use arnica under the eye and what is a cosmetic chemist? Lots of great questions today. But first, some of our great chit chat, Valerie. What's going on with you? Oh, not much. I am excited because in a couple weeks, I get to see you. Yes, that's right. I'll be in town in December. Yeah, I can't wait for that. We should go get facials or petties or something like that. Yes, man, he's in petty's, yeah. Our facials, yes. You think I need a facial? Who doesn't need a facial, right? Yeah. You especially need one. Oh, do I? Yeah. Indeed. Well, that sounds like a lot of fun. You know, I do worry about my outdoor cats. I'm gonna be gone from my place. What are they gonna do? Oh, is there a place? Well, I'd say you could leave a big bowl of food, but then like raccoons will probably get it. I wish there was something you could do. You know what? I'm gonna go talk to my neighbor. I'm gonna give them the food and I say, hey, can you put this out? That's all I can do, right? Yeah, hopefully he'll do that. Or some of the cats might not make it. No, no, they'll make it. I'm sure because there's plenty of birds around for them to eat. All right, why don't we get into this beauty podcast and talk about what we found in the news? Well, I saw that augustinus batter is evaluated at $1 billion after a recent investment round. Augustine batter, like, in fact, I would say it's Bader, but butter, it is. Well, I say bada, you know, like anyway. Like your old governor, right? Yeah, exactly. Although, you know, that's a really an Austrian accent anyway. $1 billion. That's a pretty high worth. Do you really think they're worth $1 billion? Well, I think of all the other beauty brands that I know that are like $1 billion brands. From the big guys like pantene or olay or dove or those kinds of things, those are all $1 billion brands. I've never heard of August batter. So how could it be a $1 billion brand? We've talked about it a couple times on this show. There are very expensive skin care products and one thing I do know. I don't know a lot about VC money, but I have seen some people that have come to me that I've worked with in the past that have taken on investment money and they have these 5 million 10 $1 million valuations as a brand and they don't even have a product on the market. So I don't think people should confuse their worth 1 billion as they're generating this kind of income because I don't think that's how it works and I would love one of our listeners who's in the space to provide some advice to us. I just think it's OPI was a $1 billion brand. There are nearly every drugstore spa. In the world, that's a $1 billion brand. Augustinus botter has a small retail presence online. They're in some Sephora's. I don't think they're moving that much product. So I don't know what that valuation is worth, but it's a sensational headline for sure. I know Burt's bees was a $1 billion when they got bought out and I could believe that 'cause I see them everywhere. This is not a brand I see everywhere. Yeah, we need a crash course. So someone please help us. Well, I gotta say, I've lost a little faith in these venture capitalists who had dumped a whole bunch of money into crypto and Emily just disappeared, right? Yeah. Are they really that bright? And we're looking at how bright was Elon Musk. Maybe he got lucky with PayPal, but he certainly made some dubious business move with getting Twitter and wasting all that money, so.

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A highlight from Mini-Ep 353: Buying Into Big Lotion

Forever35

02:36 min | Last week

A highlight from Mini-Ep 353: Buying Into Big Lotion

"And the setup is a breeze through their app. You can find a gift for every listener on your list, this holiday season at Sonos. Trust me, you can wow the movie buffs with immersive theater quality sound, even the vinyl lovers are gonna like a speaker that easily connects to their turntable. I feel like your husband oh yeah, no, we love our Sonos speakers. Yeah. And he's a vinyl head. And you can even treat the gamers with a soundscape that takes their gaming setup to the next level. Visit. Sonos dot com to learn more and find thoughtful recommendations for everyone on your list. Today's episode is brought to you by color guru. Now, you have heard us talk about color guru unsponsored in an episode. I mean, many episodes, right, Kate? Yeah, I mean, I told you before we recorded that I busted out my color guru palette today while I was shopping for a cardigan. I use it all the time. There's certain shades that I at this point, I just have memorized, but then there's other ones that I'm like, wait, I can't remember, is it like this green or is it that green? Let me just check my little guide. So when I say I use this product all the time when I'm shopping for clothes and makeup, I really mean I use it all the time. And if there's anyone in your life who's been absolutely drooling over the idea of knowing more about their colors, then a custom color consultation really is a great unique gift for the holidays. It's really knowledge they'll use forever. But hold on, getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the process. I uploaded my photos. I answered a few questions. Then, color guru matched me with my ideal color palette for clothing. They showed me a little about how they came to those conclusions. Which is really interesting. Plus, they send you a laminated card with your best colors on it, and I can just pull it out while shopping, there's also a digital file. I can take anywhere. It's unbelievably helpful to know which colors are ideal for me and my closet. I mean, honestly, I never knew that I looked so washed out, and then I look at old photos of me and colors that are not my colors, and I'm like, oh yeah. Whoops. Okay. Yeah, the color guru really helped transform my closet. If you know someone who loves to shop or wants to know more about their colors, color, gurus, custom color card would make a great gift. Get your custom color card at color guru dot com. And use coupon code forever for 10% off any color analysis package.

Kate
A highlight from Slatkin & Co.'s Harry Slatkin on staying entrepreneurial while building billion-dollar brands

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

04:58 min | Last week

A highlight from Slatkin & Co.'s Harry Slatkin on staying entrepreneurial while building billion-dollar brands

"Host, Priya Rao. And today's guest, I'm so excited to have. It's Harry slatkin, executive chairman and president of slacken and co. Hi Harry, how are you? Good morning. How are you? I'm so happy to be here. I don't mean to interrupt you, but I'm so happy to be here because you've had my wife before and she talked so highly of you. I've, of course, know you socially, but I've never been on the podcast. I love you both. I'm a big fan of you both, and I adore your wife, and, you know, you guys are, I feel like the ultimate candle entrepreneur is you basically created this category in America. So we have everyone should be thanking you for all the candles that they have in your house, whether they're your brand or not. They do through purchases. That's how they thank me. Every time they buy a candle, that's a thank you. Harry, I heard during, I mean, you guys are the ultimate New Yorkers, but I heard you and Laura moved during COVID full time to Florida, but you're back. Is that right? Well, yeah, I mean, quasi. So we did move to Florida. We've had a house in Florida for a long time, but it was a weekend house. And when COVID hit, New York changed dramatically, everything closed, and we went down to Florida and we became Florida residents. And so coming Florida residents, we have to spend about 6 months in Florida. But as every New Yorker who has it in their blood, we are back as a matter of fact, I am doing this podcast from our new apartment and last night was our first night in here. So I've got lots of candles going because it's still smells like paint everywhere. Well, we're so excited to have you guys back more full time and I hope, you know, I'm sure you guys will be entertaining, especially for holidays. And with all the candles in this fleet of stores. But don't you find the energy is returning to New York. I would come up on weekends for visits or meetings. And it actually was quite sad for a while and scary. I just feel there's a new energy back that feels like the old New York. It's definitely building. I think, I mean, those early days of COVID were so wild. And now it's just like a little bit more each day. It's great that it's fall finally and people seem to be out and excited. Just remember, I can lit wherever I am. So the thing is, I'm in New York, I'll get lit. I'm in Florida, I'm getting lit. I'm not talking cocktails, I'm talking my candles. Well, that's a great segue, Harry, because I know you and Laura found it slacking and co in 1992. As a luxury proposition, but I want you to take me back a little bit. What did you do before that? And how were you drawn to this sector to this market to candles? Oh my gosh, I hope this is a two hour podcast, 'cause here we go. Okay, so Lauren and I were both working on Wall Street. I was working at bear Stearns and war was working at Lehman Brothers, both extinct now, which is hard to believe. And we were engaged. And right before we got engaged, the man who had the office next to me, his name was Arthur Becker, was engaged to Vera Wang. And he said to me, this is before Vera became what we all know of Vera. But she was opening her bridal shop, and she we went to dinner. At the end of dinner, Vera said to me, you know, hiring. This is good for Artie. That's what she calls them, but I'm not so sure this is a you thing. You see much more creative than finance. So I went home, depressed thinking, oh, was she right? I'm in the wrong business. Does that mean she still was a stellar creative person having done what she'd done in her own career before she started bridal? And then I thought, oh, maybe she's hinting for me to open or be that present of her new bridal shop which she was not. But I started thinking about it and Lauren and I were engaged and we wanted to change in our life. And my brother who started the whole home fragrance business by he was an interior designer. He gave them their own home fragrance as a gift. And they were all well known ladies, like yasmin, which was one of the candles with yasmina Khan, whose mother with Rita Hayworth, the actress, and father was prince Ali Khan, or Susan, who Susan good friend and her husband was chairman of Solomon. They were all well known ladies, but he only did it as a gift to the client. So he said to Laura because he was so tired of sitting at a dinner and the woman to the right, the woman who left it. Can I have a candle? No, I don't just do candles. So he said, if you want as a present, you can have it. And Laura said yes. The exact same time we said yes, rosemary bravo, who became very famous for relaunching burberry and really growing it with first becoming the chairman of sacks. And she called us up and said, I hear such great things about your candles. Can I come see them? She came to see our candles and she launched us. Now, back then, she was going to launch this on the 8th floor of saxe, which to this day, I know it's their shoe floor, but I think people need oxygen or forget why they're going to the 8th floor. So I had read all these great books on

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A highlight from Ep. 453: Scent-Styling, Subscription Boxes & The Weeks Beauty News

Fat Mascara

00:57 sec | Last week

A highlight from Ep. 453: Scent-Styling, Subscription Boxes & The Weeks Beauty News

"I'm so crazy about this foundation. When I put the song, I actually think I said wow by myself in the bathroom. It makes my skin look like skin, but I still get coverage, but it doesn't look like I'm wearing makeup. I can't please just go try this for yourself, okay? Because you put this on and it just looks like you have like you're glowing. Baby skin. Baby skin, and it's super sheer, but it's not like nothing happened. There are a lot of those going on out there. Okay, you listen to the show, okay? It has three serum technologies. It has dark spot even skin tone technology. It has hydration and moisture barrier support technology. It has, this is my favorite. Smoothing and radiance technology, you're going to see that one right away. And Jen, what else does it have? Oh my God, sunscreen. If you think about it, Jess, this is three serums, a sunscreen and a foundation in one bottle. So you're

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A highlight from Episode 244: Lets Unpack That with Hitha Palepu

Forever35

04:24 min | Last week

A highlight from Episode 244: Lets Unpack That with Hitha Palepu

"Dorian don't know about you, but right now in our House, we are pretty much listening to something. At every minute of the day. And look, we're approaching the holidays and I love holiday music. I'm like the person who turns it on right at the second Halloween is over. But I'm turns out I'm raising someone who does that. My 11 year old? Is blasting holiday music throughout the house? At all times. I also like a podcast like when I'm in the shower or cooking, but right now it's holiday music all the time. And we have Sonos one speakers throughout the house. And like honestly, you have really not heard frosty the snowman dare I say until you've heard it blasted on a Sonos one speaker. In your kitchen. In all seriousness though, the thing that I really love about our Sonos one speakers is that they're super compact. We have, I think we started by we'll just get two and then we have expanded our collection. We have even have one outside, we have one in the kitchen, our dining room, and I can control it all from my phone. So it just makes it so easy. You don't even notice that they're there until you're listening to it, and then you're like, why does this sound so amazing? You're like, all right, I have this compact speaker in my kitchen. Now look, you can share this joy that I have of listening this holiday season with Sonos one. And like I said, you can start with one and build your collection over time. 'cause I know it's called Sonos one, but it might as well be called like Sonos, you're gonna want more. And the nice thing is when you have more, you won't have to worry about the setup or figuring them all out working together because these speakers work together so seamlessly and the setup is a breeze through their app. You can find a gift for every listener on your list, this holiday season at Sonos. Trust me, you can wow the movie buffs with immersive theater quality sound, even the vinyl lovers are gonna like a speaker that easily connects to their turntable. I feel like your husband oh yeah, no, we love our Sonos speakers. Yeah. And he's a vinyl head. And you can even treat the gamers with a soundscape that takes their gaming setup to the next level. Visit. Sonos dot com to learn more and find thoughtful recommendations for everyone on your list. Today's episode is brought to you by color guru. Now, you have heard us talk about color guru unsponsored in an episode. I mean, many episodes, right, Kate? Yeah, I mean, I told you before we recorded that I busted out my color guru palette today while I was shopping for a cardigan. I use it all the time. There's certain shades that I at this point, I just have memorized, but then there's other ones that I'm like, wait, I can't remember, is it like this green or is it that green? Let me just check my little guide. So when I say I use this product all the time when I'm shopping for clothes and makeup, I really mean I use it all the time. And if there's anyone in your life who's been absolutely drooling over the idea of knowing more about their colors, then a custom color consultation really is a great unique gift for the holidays. It's really knowledge they'll use forever. But hold on, getting ahead of myself. Let me tell you about the process. I uploaded my photos. I answered a few questions. Then, color guru matched me with my ideal color palette for clothing. They showed me a little about how they came to those conclusions. Which is really interesting. Plus, they send you a laminated card with your best colors on it, and I can just pull it out while shopping, there's also a digital file. I can take anywhere. It's unbelievably helpful to know which colors are ideal for me and my closet. I mean, honestly, I never knew that I looked so washed out, and then I look at old photos of me and colors that are not my colors, and I'm like, oh yeah. Whoops. Okay. Yeah, the color guru really helped transform my closet. If you know someone who loves to shop or wants to know more about their colors, color, gurus, custom color card would make a great gift. Get your custom color card at color guru dot com. And use coupon code forever for 10% off any color analysis package.

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A highlight from Kate Hudsons Secrets To Glowing From The Inside Out

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:34 min | Last week

A highlight from Kate Hudsons Secrets To Glowing From The Inside Out

"And honestly, when I told my friends who our guest was today, I my group chat was lit. We have Kate Hudson here today, everybody. The original ray of sunshine, she's here with us on the mic, telling us all her wellness secrets, it's bonkers. It really, really is. I'm so excited. I met Kate Hudson once many moons ago when she was working alongside a hairstylist on a hair care line. And I have a picture with her actually. From that time. Can you please post it? Yes. I love that. Yes. I love that. She is just simply a beauty icon and everybody wants to know what she's using. What she's doing, you know, what's up? She's taking because she looks like she's just having so much fun in her life. And I want a piece of that. That's the thing. It's not just that she looks ageless and gorgeous which she does, but she also exudes happiness. And I think that's about an inner beauty, you know, she probably gets it from her mama, Goldie Hawn, but also it's a lifestyle thing. And I just think all of us have a connection to Kate Hudson, whether it's like how to lose a guy in ten days, you know, the yellow dress, the frost yourself, or through band aid penny lane. It's just, we've kind of grown up with her and, you know, I think her career now, it's like it's repeating in 2022. She just starred in the mystery thriller Mona Lisa and the blood moon. That was like a film adaptation of the novel shriver. And of course, the highly anticipated glass onion and knives out mystery. She's starring in that, and that's coming to theaters just in time for the American Thanksgiving. I believe it's November 23rd to 30th. It's the first time ever Netflix has produced a movie and they're allowing it to be released in the theater first. Yes, hopefully we can all go see it. And then it's coming to Netflix around the holidays around the new year. And whodunits are always just so much fun to watch. I love a good sleuth mystery, and now my daughter does too, so it's a great family movie. I'm so excited for that. And of course, in addition to Kate's amazing acting career, she has just risen to be that Beacon for well-being. She cofounded active lifestyle brand fabletics. That was almost a decade ago now. She's also an ambassador for WW. She's written bestselling books like pretty happy, healthy ways to love your body. And then just two years ago, Kate expanded her wellness empire within bloom. So this is a line of all natural holistic nutritional supplements that are like so easy to take. It's like a complete no brainer and I know carleen that you were obsessed with the immune defense after our trip, right? Yeah, I mean, it tastes like Kool-Aid but not as sweet, but I just was downing that after LA because I didn't want to get sick. But she has like a brain flow formula that tastes like chocolate. You can have that mid afternoon for that little pick me up. Their beauty aura formula is actually the best seller. So that's one of these marine collagen formulas for hair, skin, and nails. And of course, the whole line, it's sustainable, the ingredients are ethically sourced, plant based, all that good stuff. And if you go to the website for in bloom, Kate herself is there with all of her recipes, of course, for making smoothies throwing it in pancakes like hiding it in your food. If you want to, but I like it straight up. It actually tastes good because you said it's just a scoop of the powder in your water. Yeah, no, yeah, no blender. Hello, lazy slash busy. It's like made for me. And you know, curling, we've talked so many times on our show about celebrity beauty brands. It's like there's one popping up every day. But I really do think Kate Hudson is the person that I believe she takes in bloom every day. I believe she's working out every day. She's doing these things. It just makes sense for her. And I do think that it's people want to know. People want to know what she's doing. You know, she looks great. She feels great. Absolutely. So here's what you're going to hear about in today's episode everyone. We're going to find out how Kate likes to incorporate in blue mentor her daily routine. What happens when she wakes up in the alarm goes, what is she do next? That's what we find out. We get her well-being secrets. There's a whole new way of doing intermittent fasting apparently that she's into. We're going to find out the workouts she's wearing by. She does one with her man. We get her thoughts on plastic surgery. The latest makeup product she actually re bought because we know she gets a lot of stuff for you. But what is she buying? That's what we find out. And the one hair product that she uses for her best curly girl moments. And honestly, we have to tell people about the little behind the scenes moment that happened. We're wrapping up the interview in her adorable daughter Ronnie. Came in the room and they just had the sweetest moment, sweetest interaction. Yeah, little cameo moment. Little Ronnie was talking about how she loved the color of the lipstick. She loved and everything. Yeah. And I was like, you really got a glimpse of her, you know, her real life and what she was doing and being a mom and balancing at all. You guys also need to stay tuned until the very end because there's a passion project that Kate Hudson is working on. It was a surprise to me. It's totally different in case you missed it. You guys need to hear all about that so exciting. With no further delays, he or she is miss Kate

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Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?

You Beauty

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?

"Talking about that phrasing today which is very popular. Non invasive body sculpting treatment the scientific name full-fat freezing is cairo lippo. Uscis which i know is a little bit of a mouthful kyra means cold leiper meaning fats and lascivious meaning to dissolve all loosen but you've probably seen it marketed as coo sculpting. Which is the only branch have fda approval however they awesome other names floating around the treatment was actually invented. I think this is so interesting by observing what happens when kids eight. I pose see. Now when like little children alike aiding the icy polls and i kind of just leave them in their mouths this sort of sitting against their cheek so the car founders of this treatment. We're intrigued when something called cold. Induced fat necrosis was reported to occur off. Today's kids eight. The icy post that will sort of left resting on their cheeks for several minutes. Skin samples taken from patients like these showed inflammation in the fight but normal skin. So thus i love using would thus it appeared that that may be more sensitive to cold injury than other tissue types. Using this concept a cooling device was tested on pigs. Sorry pigs in two thousand and seven to save fat cells could be selectively destroyed. The results were very promising. There was was about a half an inch reduction in the peaks. Fat layer in the treated areas so by two thousand and ten the first cairo. Lopo asus technology approved for human use named coup sculpting was cleared as a treatment for love handles and then clearance full. Treating other parts of the body was soon pastas well and those parts of the bodies will like you thought is to saddles. You back saddles. You belly abroa- fat onto side of the bomb bomb and even your chin so all of those have been fda approved as well. But how exactly does it work. Unfortunately no one knows for show which doesn't exactly sound promising but basically a special vacuumed applicator is applied to an area of the body and controlled cooling technique lowest the treated area to minus nine degrees and that's celsius cooling energy traits. The thought la without any damage to surrounding cells and experts. Think that because fat cells cannot survive at this temperate cha a few days after treatment. The cooled fat cells die and over the next few months. You'll buddy will actually digest. The dead fat

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Getting to know ELEMIS with Noella Gabriel

The Emma Guns Show

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Getting to know ELEMIS with Noella Gabriel

"In two thousand tree. We launched Marine crane at a time when everyone thought asking scott older creams should get richer. And suddenly we come up with this beautiful gel cream and i was very passionate. It had to be a joke queen. Because i feel very strongly that a lot of the creams night there too heavy into rich. They often the close overnight. Because the skating. Max's oath it max out. So the prolong this beautiful gel cream. Texture that sits beautiful the lipid barrier really fast. So it's not moving around all day long and when you run you makeup over exits really. Steadfast doesn't move to me was a real. Plus and that was a very disruptive moment in in anti-aging here is coming up with this gel cream when everyone was getting thicker insecurity as you got older and order in order and it was a real we moment because we wanted to put something on the skin that allowed the skin to function. I want it allowed to read. Because it's your largest talk skin. It's the largest organ you have in your body. It has a big function and it's very busy through the day. So when you take the skinner's an organ and just looking at look what he does all day. No it's so busy. It's recycling all day long. It's recycling before we ever even understood about recycling. and either. So why give it another job to do on top of that so for us about making sure that we respect to that concept and we're very passionate manam Delivered barrier ecosystem. The skin hell's on of that you know you're you're pro in prebiotics all of the buzzwords we have today but fundamentally it's about making sure you're not interfering with this in your keeping beautiful linked calm but at the same time getting the

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The Miracle Balm From Jones Road Is This Summer's Best Makeup

Gloss Angeles

02:16 min | 1 year ago

The Miracle Balm From Jones Road Is This Summer's Best Makeup

"To my surprise and delight the jones road. Instagram people reached out to me. And said hey kirby we would love to send you like a care package of jones road products. My god they reached out to me too and i did not respond. Sell me on it. I was like jumping for joy. I was literally about ashikari. And just by it myself. Because i think the hero product out of all of it is this product called the miracle bomb. They sent me a kit so right now on the website. They have a kit like a summer. Kit were. There's like four or five products put together for you in smaller packaging so you can kind of get a taste alive that thing without having to like fully die then you know. That's like one of the things. I think i miss about beauty counters and from like the os in the nineties is like shopping at clinic and then they gave you like a little sampler travel bag gift with purchase. I loved those. Yes yes so this miracle bomb. This is the all natural shade. It's point three. Oh ounces okay. So compared to the one point seven six ounce that like is the big mama. It's a little bit smaller. But it's so much product in a tiny little jar and i was so excited to get on my face. So what does the miracle bomb. It is the secret of no makeup makeup. Bobby likes to say it's a wash of soft focus moisture to perfect it enhance the skin so this is a true bomb when you put it on your skin like on your cheek or on your nose. It has more of a matte. Finish matt but it's more soft focus. It's not super do we or shiny like some people may expect from a ball guests. It is a true bomb. And i love the soft focus. Because what does that mean. It means your pores you're gonna look less prominent sometimes with highlighter. When you put it on the bridge of your nose or for me especially. It's like hello pours. Yeah out in about with this. You take a little bit with If you have a spatula or like the end of your your makeup brush you take it out of the jar and warming up in your hands and then kinda dab it on your

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This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line

Art Beauty

02:54 min | 1 year ago

This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line

"So i do wanna talk now about your be attended cosmetic live because we all know and love. It's a ten hair care. What made you say. Okay it's time to get into cosmetics in color you know what it's a natural progression for me. It's a natural listen. Beauty is head to toe and I really wanna create additional products with underneath the. It's a ton umbrella so to speak. That really creates anything that a woman is going to need to get ready so be a hair extension. it can be The makeup it can be obviously be attend. Has the same type concept behind it. Simple easy to use multifunctional makeup. That you don't need youtube tutorials you don't need a million brushes. Have the applicators really built right into the makeup itself. It's kind of you pick it up. It's self explanatory. you use it. And you get those fashionable grade beautiful results. We go holy smokes. I can't live with this product. Those are the kind of products. I like to create and i want to do it in the color world is well obviously so i love it too and i have to say when you say the word color like. You've got some really bold bright colors. do you think that your inspired clayton lori. Okay florida by puerto rican woman. And we just you know we can do. We can do muted as well. But honestly i'm all about the pop and especially now listen. We're still mass occasionally. We're still like having to make our eyes pop and and when you take your mask off we have beautiful lip stains that you still have some lip on even if a little bit came off in your mask instantly. We have a brown scare boom a little little applicator. You have a popping brow at a great dual chamber mascara so things that are just gonna make it really easy for people to really have those professional grade results without you know a lot of work and that's all about. We need a ten minute face nowadays. You know what are you. What is the lip product that you're using right now. Your lips look gorgeous. Thank you so that is definitely one of our. It's our lip gloss And it's it's the one that was in the new beauty box literally. The beautiful thing about it is. I'm pretty dark skinned i. I can get very pale as well but no matter. What whether i have my summer tan. When i have my really kind of winter skin this color goes with so many different skin tones. That's one thing. I'll as well a b. Attend makeup is literally all the way from say. The palest appeals to the darkest darkest everything from our foundations to our our lipsticks to our i colors. They really are super diversified. And so it's really about being all inclusive with beauty Bracing your own natural beauty. We don't have this cookie cutter kind of a Type of you know. It's only for this totally for that.

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