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Welcome to Audioburst's Beauty Playlist

Audioburst Playlists

00:20 sec | 10 months 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 Episode 220: The Power of Language with Rebekah Taussig

Forever35

02:45 min | 4 hrs ago

A highlight from Episode 220: The Power of Language with Rebekah Taussig

"You have all heard us talk about color guru. And that is because we genuinely love color guru. It tasted our lives. I don't even know who was I even before I knew I was a moonlit winter. You were a woman wearing rust. You were wearing a lot of rust. And wearing Russ. Which you can wear rust, even if it's not on your color palette. But the nice thing about color guru is that they suggested other colors that may be might, I don't know, be a better match for you. I remember the first time I wore one of my signature colors, if you will. Go on. And we were recording, and you were like, you were like, you could not stop gushing about what I was wearing. You were like, oh my God, that dress looks amazing on you. I love that color on you. You are literally like, I love that color on you. 'cause there's this bright blue? Yes, oh my God, I was gonna say, was it one of the blues? It was one of the blues and I was like, yep. Because I started wearing it because I was like, oh, color guru says this is my signature color. I'm gonna try it. And it was proven to be the case. So it's super easy. You just, you upload photos, you answer a few questions, and then they match you with your ideal color palette for clothing. And they also have a makeup offering, which is pretty cool. So if that's something you're interested in, you can do that as well. And they send you a digital color card for your phone, and then you also get a laminated card. So no lie, I keep my laminated card by my computer, so do I. I swear to God. Because I'm not doing that much in store shopping these days. But when I do online shopping, I'm like, well, let me just consult my card. I mean, I've told you how I looked, I received a lip color that was an orangey red. And I was like, I never wear this shade, and then I looked at my makeup palette. And it says it was one of my colors. And then I put it on and I get compliments on this lipstick color. And I love how I look at it. That's the most important part. It's not what other people think, but how I feel. Exactly. And I remember same as with my dress. I remember when you wore that lip color. I was like, oh, that looks good. We are new women. It is really cool and I think as I've mentioned on the pod before it also helps me narrow down what I'm buying. I can just sort of eliminate things that I'm like, you know what? I could hate that. I could wear this, but I think I will actually look better in something else.

Russ
A highlight from  Every Euphoria-Inspired Half Magic Makeup Product, Tested. Plus! #DamnGood Mascaras For Your Lash Type With Celebrity Makeup Artist Kirin Bhatty

Breaking Beauty Podcast

06:53 min | 6 hrs ago

A highlight from Every Euphoria-Inspired Half Magic Makeup Product, Tested. Plus! #DamnGood Mascaras For Your Lash Type With Celebrity Makeup Artist Kirin Bhatty

"Wednesday. I'm your co host, carleen Higgins. And I'm not with the lovely Jill Dunn today. Jill is in Georgia, sipping sweet tea on a porch, legit, and testing some sweat proof makeup, no doubt. I'm not jealous. I'd much rather be here with you guys, sharing some product recommendations today. And I have to say, it's always interesting to see what topic is going to blow up in our Facebook chat room. Like what you guys are really interested in and recently, it was a very simple question when one person posted calling all beauty lovers all time favorite mascara or a mascara combo also your fave makeup remover. And we had a lot of answers from lancome hypnos to face better than sex, L'oreal lash Paradise, but what strikes me about this topic is that one person's Holy Grail can be another person's basically arch nemesis because the fact is that all lashes are really different. Just like any other part of our body. So I thought it would be fun to call on an expert to help me guest host are damn goods episode today. Somebody who works with every type of eyelash on the planet who can speak to the best mascaras for your lash type, along with her top tips to help troubleshoot some common mascara dilemmas, like how to avoid smudging and clumping. Her name is Kieran bati and Kieran is a celebrity makeup artist who works with top photographers for magazines like Vanity Fair, Elle, Mary Claire, teen Vogue. And she also created some of the most memorable looks on the red carpet. So remember Machine Gun Kelly's face that was covered in artfully placed pearls for the VMAs last year. That was Kieran. She also counts clients like Tessa Thompson and Awkwafina on her roster and kiernan shipka. She works with a lot. So whether your lashes are short, straight, long, curly, criss-cross, get your notepad ready, just kidding, we'll link to every product mentioned on our website at breaking beauty podcast dot com. And if you want to know my personal favorite mascaras and jills, don't forget. We've got those listed on our shop myself page, which we will also link to on our website. Here she is Kieran bati. Hold the phone, hold the phone, you're never gonna believe this. I just got a note from Jill saying she has the entire half magic makeup collection, this is the line by Donnie Davy, just dropped yesterday. She's the makeup artist behind the hit show euphoria, Jill has tested every product you guys, and she has a mini review. I think we have to interrupt this program. We're going to interrupt this program for this mini review from Jill. Please stay tuned for afterwards. We got to get to Kieran bati. She's got all the mascara tips for us, mascara, fanatics. All right, Jill, what are you saying? Thanks to carlene for indulging my manual review. Hey everyone. So I'm sitting in front of the entire half magic beauty collection right now. It's an 11 piece debut drop and in the assortment, there are lip kits. There are glitter liners. There's a setting spray, there's shimmer and matte eye paints, and there are several beauty accessories as well. And everything costs between ten and 26 U.S. dollars. It's all available at half magic beauty dot com and everything is vegan and cruelty free. What I would say about this just kind of off the hop. You can tell there's a lot of intention from Donnie Davey herself that she wanted everybody to have fun with this collection. And it is reflected in the products and it's reflected in the campaign. In the campaign, there's a woman who's in her late 70s, if not early 80s, and she's fully wearing all of the face gems and she looks amazing. And there's people from all races, all backgrounds, and I just love how inclusive that feels. Not only that in the campaign, but it feels like she went out of her way to make sure that not just girls in high school wanted to use these products. They are really user friendly. And like I mentioned, there are quite a few beauty accessories in the collection. The one that really struck me is actually called the wing magician. It's a handheld wing guide that's made out of silicone. It's reusable. It's a diamond silhouette. It almost looks like the glitter emoji where it's like a long four point star. And you can use that to apply your liner. She also has an eyeliner brush to help you with application. And as I mentioned, there are face gems in this collection, and she included some adornment tweezers too because those can be a little bit tricky to pick up and get on your skin. So she thought of that as well. So everybody can get in on the fun. I would say the most iconic drop and I think is going to be the hero product for them for sure is the chrome addiction and that is an eye paint. So there's four really bold hues. They come in Matt, and they come in shimmer. And they're buildable, transfer proof, and really bold colors. And they're meant to have 24 hour wear. The color that I went for in this collection from chrome addiction is called we are aliens. It's this bright acidic green. And I wore it as an eyeliner out on Saturday night when it was a really hot humid night. I got so many compliments on it. What I think makes this one different is the applicator because it's a Doe foot applicator, but she made it, so it has a point on the end. So it does make it a lot easier to create a liner look with this product. Of course, you can wear it all over your lid too. It's whatever you want, but I think that that is what sets this apart in comparison to a Halsey about face eye paint, those perform really well, but they're quite messy to apply in my opinion. So that's where this one wins out and you definitely want to have your eye makeup remover at the end of the night because they are meant to last. Especially the shimmer one, I also tried that one out and definitely want to have an oil based remover to take those off at the end of the night. And if I had to predict what product is going to sell out, it is actually from their lip kit. Their lip kit is called the lip tricks kit, and it includes a mouth cloud lip cream plus a sculpted lip liner. You can buy both of those separately, but I think a lot of people will buy it together. And so this mouth cloud lip cream, honestly, the color is amazing. It's called magic brownie. And it is a deep brown and it really is very flattering on a lot of skin tones. And it just has this very soft blurring effect on the mouth. If you are a fan of something like the rare beauty matte lip souffle or you like the matte powder kiss from Mac, this kind of takes that idea one step further. It's just so much creamier and really beautiful on the lips.

Kieran Bati Jill Carleen Higgins Jill Dunn Kieran Mary Claire Tessa Thompson Awkwafina Kiernan Shipka Donnie Davy Donnie Davey Teen Vogue Vanity Fair Elle Carlene Georgia Facebook Kelly U.S. Matt
A highlight from Transform Your Skin With Power-Packed Beauty Ampoules

Art Beauty

04:29 min | 21 hrs ago

A highlight from Transform Your Skin With Power-Packed Beauty Ampoules

"Where we tell the real truth about the fake shit. I'm amber and today my fabulous and gorgeous and very well dressed co host is mister Benjamin Simpson. He is the senior vice president of marketing at doctor babur, right? I always get that wrong. So you're going to correct me a bunch of times. Before we get into my corrections, doctor bad boar is the number one professional souls brand in Europe. We all know that some of the best skin care comes from Europe. So I'm really, really excited to have you on here today. Welcome to the show. Thanks. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. It's good to be with you. And now you can correct me 'cause I always want to say babur, but bob or you know, in the Germans, yeah, we're a German company and the Germans say bob was a little like a sheep, but really it's this name. So, you know, I don't know, some people might say Smith, some people might say smythe. I don't know, you know? It's someone's last name. But the Germans do say bob or yes. You say potato, I see tomato. I mean, it's all good. You are looking very snazzy today, very sharp. Well, thank you. I'm all business on top and khaki shorts on the bottom. Perfect podcast ensemble. Okay, so I'm obsessed and I do this with a lot of my guests right now because I am wearing a shirt on top. And sweatpants and socks on the bottom. Yes. Yes. Actually, that's a really cute little outfit though. You're in Florida, right? I mean, you could kind of get away with that. I don't know, but yes, yeah, I am in Florida. That is a fact. I'm not so sure, but thank you. You know, listen, I feel like everybody and thank you for playing along. I think that's one of the most fun things about, you know, this whole pandemic and certainly zoom is that we've all lightened up a lot, and it's like, yeah, I'm wearing sweatpants. I mullet. Right? This is on the top and party on the bottom. Like us go. So how are things in sunny, Florida these days? You know what? Really good. I mean, it's not horrible, you know, being somewhere with a sun is almost always shining. I grew up in the Midwest, lived in New York for several years. I never thought I would ever live here. I came down here for another role. And we've been here so many years I can't imagine leaving at this point. So yeah, I always say it's not if I'm moving to Florida, it's when. And sooner is better than later because I hate the cold. And we're coming now out of the winter, but there are, you know, it's still, it's like, And also, I mean, talk about a segue for this, but I feel like when you start to hit the springtime, it's that oh shit moment of like, gotta get to the body in order to get the hair in order to get the skin in order and like, I basically have been crawling out from under a rock. Like one of those poor unfortunate souls from The Little Mermaid, right? And it's kind of like, ah, sun. So different for you in Florida where it's sunny all year round. Yeah, but I think just the same, I think, seasonally, this is always a great time to think about kind of doing a regroup or a reset when it comes to your skin. And I think, you know, given seasonal changes in the weather, humidity, cool air, warm air, dependent on what season it is. I think it's always kind of smart and a great time to kind of rethink your overall personal strategy, you know, reset what you want to focus on in life. And then I think it all boils down also or it kind of cascades down even to your beauty routine. And for me, I always seasonally like to rethink what I'm using and think about what I want to work on and how I'm going to get there. I love that. You know, because a lot of it too, it's like anything else. You need to sometimes kind of change up your change up your strategy. You know, I know with hair, they're always like use a bottle of shampoo till the end. But then maybe switch. Whether it's another brand or just a different product within that lineup because it keeps your keeps your hair sort of thinking, same thing with your skin, right? If you keep using the same products every now and again, it's good to invite up a little bit. Thank you for sure. Yeah. And great term. Yeah, I'm with you.

Mister Benjamin Simpson BOB Florida Europe Smythe Smith Midwest New York
A highlight from Episode 302 - Can you dilute your products to make them last longer?

The Beauty Brains

03:06 min | 1 d ago

A highlight from Episode 302 - Can you dilute your products to make them last longer?

"What in an aleve on conditioner makes hair crunchy and whether skin moisturizers or cosmetics in general have to be sterile. But first, some chitchat. So you're hitting the road tomorrow, nice and long road trip for you. You're heading out to some show. I am so I am exhibiting at the handcrafted soap and cosmetic skilled, which is an organization dedicated to educating people about the art and science of making soap and other products. So my company simply ingredients is going to be there, telling people about my ingredients and why I think they're so special and why they should shop for me. Well, that sounds like fun now. What I always loved about trade shows is the giveaway, especially when they had little candy bars, but do you got a little giveaway you're giving? You know, I will now that you mention it. I actually am giving away some strawberry tea diffusers. They look like little strawberries, but you put your tea in them. Wow. Side a cup and diffuse your tea. They have my company logo on them. Or you can make your own glycerides with them if you want to make your own botanical extracts or whatever. So that's kind of my giveaway. So the botanical shark, you just make that by going in your garden, cutting up some plants and putting it in this tea steamer. And steeping it in glycerin or propane style. That's how they make extracts. Some companies make extracts. For other brands, including gemstone extracts. Jim, what? So I guess this so you take like a ruby or a diamond and you put it in water, boil it up and take the extra, is that what they? Exactly, yeah. So we've seen at least in this part of the world, you know, we see a lot of ingredient trends and stuff like that popping up. And one thing that I'm seeing popping up over and over again is a gemstone cosmetics. And this is basically where these companies are selling extracts from rubies from opals from pearls and you're thinking, gosh, how could you make an extract from gemstones and literally they just take whatever you're looking to extract and soak it in something and the thing that they soaked it in the liquid is what is sold to you as an extract. And so you just get an essence of ruby. Yeah, you know, it's very interesting. And our minds were blown a little bit when we were learning more about it, but it's a thing. Well, my mind is blown. I'm not sure if you're getting much benefit from that, but hey, you know, it's an interesting sounding ingredient. Yeah, that's for sure. All right, are we ready to head in for some beauty science news? Yeah, let's head over to beauty science news. There

JIM
A highlight from Mini-Ep 304: Finally35

Forever35

05:10 min | 2 d ago

A highlight from Mini-Ep 304: Finally35

"You have all heard us talk about color guru. And that is because we genuinely love color guru. It tasted our lives. I don't even know who was I even before I knew I was a moonlit winter. You were a woman wearing rust. You were wearing a lot of rust. And wearing Russ. Which you can wear rust, even if it's not on your color palette. But the nice thing about color guru is that they suggested other colors that may be might, I don't know, be a better match for you. I remember the first time I wore one of my signature colors, if you will. Go on. And we were recording, and you were like, you were like, you could not stop gushing about what I was wearing. You were like, oh my God, that dress looks amazing on you. I love that color on you. You are literally like, I love that color on you. 'cause there's this bright blue? Yes, oh my God, I was gonna say, was it one of the blues? It was one of the blues and I was like, yep. Because I started wearing it because I was like, oh, color guru says this is my signature color. I'm gonna try it. And it was proven to be the case. So it's super easy. You just, you upload photos, you answer a few questions, and then they match you with your ideal color palette for clothing. And they also have a makeup offering, which is pretty cool. So if that's something you're interested in, you can do that as well. And they send you a digital color card for your phone, and then you also get a laminated card. So no lie, I keep my laminated card by my computer, so do I. I swear to God. Because I'm not doing that much in store shopping these days. But when I do online shopping, I'm like, well, let me just consult my card. I mean, I've told you how I looked, I received a lip color that was an orangey red. And I was like, I never wear this shade, and then I looked at my makeup palette. And it says it was one of my colors. And then I put it on and I get compliments on this lipstick color. And I love how I look at it. That's the most important part. It's not what other people think, but how I feel. Exactly. And I remember same as with my dress. I remember when you wore that lip color. I was like, oh, that looks good. We are new women. It is really cool and I think as I've mentioned on the pod before it also helps me narrow down what I'm buying. I can just sort of eliminate things that I'm like, you know what? I could hate that. I could wear this, but I think I will actually look better in something else. So 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, and you can get your custom color card at your color guru dot com and use coupon code forever for 10% off any color analysis package. This episode is sponsored by pros, the world's most personalized hair care Dory. I am obsessed with pros, because one thing I have noticed, moving from the east coast to the West Coast, is that my hair is very different here in this dry California desert weather. Yes, same thing. Did you notice this moving like your hair lives a completely different life out here? Yes. It's wild. It is wild. Well, this is what's so great about pros because they do a very quick and easy consultation that analyzes 85 different personal factors in order to create hair products that are unique to you. It's like, it's like magic and science comes together as one into a beautiful bottle of delicious smelling products that make my hair feel great. That's really what's happening here. I love my pros and you know I have gone on record as saying I'm very particular about my sense. Oh yeah, I know it. But my prose is the botanical fragrance which I don't I don't know if you're familiar but it has notes of eucalyptus rosemary and lavender. I have signature which is floral and powdery, which I love. I love it. So I'm right there with you. Well, prose is also a carbon neutral certified B corp. They are an industry leader and clean and responsible beauty. They're ingredients or sustainably sourced, ethically gathered and cruelty free. And like, hey, look, they're also the first custom beauty brand to go carbon neutral. Okay. And B, D if that weren't cool enough, if you're not a 100% positive prose is the best haircut you've had. They will take the products back, no questions asked. Pros is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your free in depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today. Go to pros dot com slash forever 35. That is PRO SE dot com slash forever 35 for your free in depth hair

Russ California Desert East Coast West Coast Corp
A highlight from Ep. 403: All About Eyes with Dr. Nicky Shah

Fat Mascara

02:05 min | 4 d ago

A highlight from Ep. 403: All About Eyes with Dr. Nicky Shah

"I'm Jess. I'm Jen. I just had that vision of yeah, it's fat mascara time. I'm sorry, I got really excited for this episode and I forgot what we were doing. But I remember now. How are you? You were so excited. You blacked out. Yeah, I get really excited for that. I know I love a doctor. Come on. Let's hear you. I hear you. Listen, I can't wait to hear this interview quickie update, little housekeeping little housekeeping by the time you're listening to this. I will have started my new job if you're listening to this out of sequence. I announced that I have left my post and Harper's BAZAAR, I know big changes, time changes, things change. Wow, life is moving fast. I don't know if I will have announced my new job. Yeah, but in any case, I'm not on this recording. So just know that Jen is holding down the fort, incredible interview straight ahead. Jen, do you want to talk to us about that? I will. I'll tell you all about doctor Nikki Shah, who's here with us today and just a reminder, I will have a guest co host next week in the week after, but then Jess will be back when she settled into her new job. On to doctor Nikki Shah, she's an ophthalmologist, which is an eye surgeon people. This is not the optometrist that you go get glasses from. She's an ophthalmologist at SUNY downstate medical center and she's here to talk all about eyes. But not just the skin around your eyes, your actual eyes too. And she takes some myths and bust them. We talk about blue light. The truth about lash serums with a can and can't do so much more. She's also the creator of a new line of skin care that just launched called you and I, I spelled EYE, you and I by doctor Nikki. So she has lash serum McLean's. We talk about that a little bit. She actually created it. I love this story with her father, who is a cosmetic research scientist and has made products for many brands you know, like things from Estee Lauder companies, bath and body works. He worked at. But together, they created this line. It just came out. And it was just kismet that we happened to do our interview, the week that the line came out, but she has so much knowledge, I learned so much, I know you will too. Let's welcome

Nikki Shah JEN Jess Suny Downstate Medical Center Harper Fort Mclean Nikki Estee Lauder
A highlight from Sunnies Face is Coming to America! Why You'll Be Obsessed (With Founder Martine Ho)

Gloss Angeles

05:53 min | 5 d ago

A highlight from Sunnies Face is Coming to America! Why You'll Be Obsessed (With Founder Martine Ho)

"Kirby. I'm here to support you really are. And just let y'all little Asian asses shine. That's all I want. That's all I want. Get that on a shirt. We have an amazing episode to kick off the month with an incredible Filipino American now Filipino American Australian. With huge news, huge huge is burying the lead here. Martine Ho, who is the creative director and cofounder of sunnies face is on the podcast today, calling in from Melbourne. She is on the pot to share the exciting news that sunny space is coming to the states. Coming to America, folks coming to America. So for those of you who are not familiar, Martin was born in the Philippines, raised in California, she has a sort of famous family in the Philippines, but had a very normal childhood. I guess you would say in the United States and later on in life started working at American apparel being one of their creative directors during its heyday and she'll talk about that a little bit and then she then went on to cofound sunnies by Charlie, which is what it was called then, which is an eyewear brand, and then that turned into sunnies, which is the parent company, which then led to sunny's face, which is my personal favorite Filipino beauty brand, and it is going to be Kirby as well. She kind of already loves it. I do love it. I finally got it. Yes, finally. After years and years. So tune in to this interview with Martin. She talks a lot about the inspiration and mission behind sunny's face, the importance of the color story and how meticulous they were about the different shades that they launched with fluff that the lipstick. She talks about her journey, being the creative director, and then her influence of being born in the Philippines growing up in Southern California, now being in Melbourne. And why it took so long to get here to the U.S.. Kirby, like how long have I been waiting for this day? Since you were in the womb. Since before Zoe was born since before I met you, maybe not before you met me, but basically forever. Basically, since sunny's face was founded, I have been waiting for this moment because not only do I freaking love the brand for many, many reasons, but two, because everyone keeps asking me when they can buy it here in the states. We have been our number one supporter since day one. You're the first American publication to ever even reach out to me. I remember being so thrilled and like, oh my goodness, this is making some sort of impact in the U.S.. This is incredible. And the article that you wrote open so many doors for us years ago, thank you. Thank you for the years of support. Yes, so we have Martine Ho, who is the creative director and cofounder of sunny space. And sunny studios on the podcast, we are so beyond thrilled. Thank you for the kind words Martin. I mean, I am not the only one who loves sunny space and I'm just so excited for everyone to get their hands on it here. We've had many episodes where Kirby's like, if you had to pick one brand that represents your makeup aesthetic and I'm like, I'm a sunny space girl. And so Kirby finally got her hands on some samples and she looks amazing. What are you wearing Kirby? I'm wearing milkshake. It's milkshake. Nice. It's gorgeous on you. I'm very inspired to do a little look. Yes, it is milkshake. I love the name. It's so, so good. So we're thrilled to finally have you on. You're calling in very early from Melbourne down under. Yeah, but thank you guys. You guys are like my coffee in the morning. I feel the energy I love it. I'm so excited to be here and thank you guys for having me. Martin, do you feel like you're gonna have like weird accent growing up in California than being in the Philippines and then now being in Australia? My accent's already weird. It's been weird for a while. I can turn it on though I can be American when I'm with Americans, but like when I'm with Filipinos, my accent changes. The only one I have an adopted is zazie one because that's impossible. You're telling me. Curvy try is constantly. Literally, I'm from Texas. I'm like, oh, it's the hot ah. No, that's not even right. See, I can't even do it. I can't do it. I can't even do it. Okay, Martin, let's talk about what's on your face. It's winter now in Melbourne, which is really weird because we're on the other side of the hemisphere. So my skin's quite dry. I've been using a lot of tatcha dewy cream. I find it super hydrating. I really love it. And the Aussie son is really harsh. The ozone layer here will age you. So I wear sunblock even when I'm indoors, so I'm wearing ultraviolet clean screen. I love it. It's an Aussie brand, and I'm Friends with the founder and I love her products. Other than that in my hair, I'm wearing another Aussie founder. It's called bread. Oh yeah, bread. We had mava on the pot. Oh, you did. I love me. Yeah, I met her years ago. 8 years ago in Australia and she was so eager to have a business and pick my brain about entrepreneurship and being a woman in business. And so I have this wonderful community here in Melbourne of female entrepreneurs that I've become really good friends with who all work in beauty and we're all really supportive of each other saying, yeah, I'm using her products as well. Yeah, we love her. She was our last Australian to come on the pod. Yeah, there's so many female entrepreneurs here.

Kirby Martine Ho Philippines United States Sunnies Face Martin Melbourne Sunny Space American Apparel California Charlie ZOE Southern California Australia Texas
A highlight from Mini-Ep 303: Charming Chaos

Forever35

02:45 min | 5 d ago

A highlight from Mini-Ep 303: Charming Chaos

"You have all heard us talk about color guru. And that is because we genuinely love color guru. It tasted our lives. I don't even know who was I even before I knew I was a moonlit winter. You were a woman wearing rust. You were wearing a lot of rust. And wearing Russ. Which you can wear rust, even if it's not on your color palette. But the nice thing about color guru is that they suggested other colors that may be might, I don't know, be a better match for you. I remember the first time I wore one of my signature colors, if you will. Go on. And we were recording, and you were like, you were like, you could not stop gushing about what I was wearing. You were like, oh my God, that dress looks amazing on you. I love that color on you. You are literally like, I love that color on you. 'cause there's this bright blue? Yes, oh my God, I was gonna say, was it one of the blues? It was one of the blues and I was like, yep. Because I started wearing it because I was like, oh, color guru says this is my signature color. I'm gonna try it. And it was proven to be the case. So it's super easy. You just, you upload photos, you answer a few questions, and then they match you with your ideal color palette for clothing. And they also have a makeup offering, which is pretty cool. So if that's something you're interested in, you can do that as well. And they send you a digital color card for your phone, and then you also get a laminated card. So no lie, I keep my laminated card by my computer, so do I. I swear to God. Because I'm not doing that much in store shopping these days. But when I do online shopping, I'm like, well, let me just consult my card. I mean, I've told you how I looked, I received a lip color that was an orangey red. And I was like, I never wear this shade, and then I looked at my makeup palette. And it says it was one of my colors. And then I put it on and I get compliments on this lipstick color. And I love how I look at it. That's the most important part. It's not what other people think, but how I feel. Exactly. And I remember same as with my dress. I remember when you wore that lip color. I was like, oh, that looks good. We are new women. It is really cool and I think as I've mentioned on the pod before it also helps me narrow down what I'm buying. I can just sort of eliminate things that I'm like, you know what? I could hate that. I could wear this, but I think I will actually look better in something else.

Russ
A highlight from Walker & Company's Tristan Walker: 'We're building a flywheel of product excellence'

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

04:55 min | 6 d ago

A highlight from Walker & Company's Tristan Walker: 'We're building a flywheel of product excellence'

"Company, which has his men shaving brand bevel and hair care brand form, both designed for people of color. Procter & Gamble notably acquired walker and co in 2018. Tristan, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me on. I feel like I would be remiss if I didn't ask you to tell us first about your entrepreneurial journey and background because I think you have such an interesting story to tell and I think you had also said that you've never really intended to get into the beauty and grooming industry. That's for sure. You know, entrepreneurship for me started out in necessity quite frankly. And it was a necessity of desire to get paid. You know, I realized at the earliest age that there were a few ways to do it. Three ways, in my case, first was to work in finance, which I wasn't very good at. Second was to be an actor and athlete, which I wasn't very good at. And the last was just entrepreneurship. And frankly, the day I came to that realization is the same day I applied to business school. At Stanford, and it wasn't until I moved out there back in 2008 that I figured this was going to be my life and my future. So it really started out a necessity and then ended up being something that I actually liked. Was there like a crystallizing moment for you and you're like, all right, entrepreneurship it is. Well, it was solidified for me in fall 2008, because I landed on Stanford's campus in Palo Alto. I was 24. And I saw other 24 year olds, really making a lot of money. But also in tandem with that, like fundamentally changing the world, and there was an energy there that was very palpable for me. I had no idea really about Silicon Valley and what it had to offer. And the growth potential of it for me was going to be my future. And that first year of business school, I had the great fortune to work at two technology companies fairly early at Twitter and Foursquare. And that really set me on this journey and path to having a thrilling feeling on my own. You know, reaching out and starting my own company. Yeah, we'll have to circle back on your experience at Twitter, Ben and I were talking about that early here. Yeah, I bet. So with your presence in Palo Alto, I mean, I know that's where walker and co for started, but then you move to Atlanta in 2019, what inspired that move? A bunch. So by that time, I had already been in Palo Alto for about ten years. And, you know, look, I mean, I have a company that is trying to make all the beauty simple for people of color. You know, Palo Alto is really lacking in that dimension. So whether from a consumer based perspective, my ability to hire folks, you know, we were even challenged by folks that wanted to work for the company, but didn't want to live in Palo Alto. But kind of most important, at least for me, as I think from a business perspective, in Atlanta is where our consumers are and that's where the culture is, right? So I wanted to get as close to that nexus as possible, but also personally for me. I have two black sons at home and I wanted them to be able to see what success can look like as the default state in the black community, right here in Atlanta, there's no shortage of black folks doing really well. And celebrating that confidently. And that was something that I could not afford them in Palo Alto. So Atlanta made a hell of a lot of, it was a great choice, I think, you know, certainly for my career, but also personally as well. And I think it's one of the better decisions that I've made in my lifetime. Do you think it's had a tangible impact on bevel and form by being in Atlanta? I think so. I mean, nicely from a recruiting perspective, absolutely. I mean, since we had moved here, you know, most of the folks that we've recruited either have lived here or have moved here because there is a strong desire from the types of folks that we hire to want to live in Atlanta. And I mentioned Atlantis one of our largest cities from a consumer perspective. So being closer to the consumer is barbers, folks that we celebrate, just makes it easier for us to know qualitatively the things that we should be doing right in support of the culture, black culture, bevel, is more than just the products we sell. We have these core beliefs that really guide everything that we do and being close to the consumer base and community to help hold this accountable has really served us really well. When you think about things like affordability, representation, I think Atlanta provides and provided an excitement for me here in 2019 when

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A highlight from Ep. 402: Anti-Aging Skincare for Beginners & The Weeks Beauty News

Fat Mascara

02:08 min | 6 d ago

A highlight from Ep. 402: Anti-Aging Skincare for Beginners & The Weeks Beauty News

"My job, okay? It is a calling. But I don't know if you know this. Some of you may know, because I put it on my socials, if you follow me at Jessica matlin, but last week was my last week at Harper's BAZAAR. It's the end of an era. Yes. From beauty intern for trucking in from New Jersey to work from his bizarre to the beauty director. He had quite a run there. Yes, I have to say it was really, really bittersweet. It was a really difficult decision, I'm not going to spend too much time talking about this because I'll get really, really misty. But I started out as a beauty intern back when God was a child, and I worked at the beauty department for this amazing beauty director, Carrie diamond, and I was like Harper's BAZAAR. It was where I wanted to be. Cornball alert, I wrote her handwritten letter, asking to be her intern. Basically like ink and quill. Quill and ink. God was a baby, so yeah, we didn't have pens then. Yeah. I just wanted to be there so badly. I loved Harper's BAZAAR, and I had the most amazing time with her. And I just wanted to go back there. At some point in my career, and I got to go back and it was everything I hoped to be in more. And to leave was a really big decision and I can't wait to let you all know where I've ended up. Maybe by the time this airs, it will be out, but I'm not saying anything just yet because I'm not sure if it'll be out by the time. Yeah, you're new employers get to control that message, I think. Yes, they control the narrative. But I just want to thank everyone for hanging with me for the ride. And yeah, it's been really cool. I loved all the work you did there. I was just thinking about some of the stories and some of the visuals that you've created over the years. It's great. Congratulations. Thank you. So you'll still be here though. She's still going to be actually, I am going to have some guest co hosts coming up for the next two weeks because you get settled at your new gig. So everybody bear with us. She'll

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A highlight from Episode 219: Abortion Access and Reproductive Justice with Jessica Pinckney

Forever35

04:15 min | Last week

A highlight from Episode 219: Abortion Access and Reproductive Justice with Jessica Pinckney

"You have all heard us talk about color guru. And that is because we genuinely love color guru. It tasted our lives. I don't even know who was I even before I knew I was a moonlit winter. You were a woman wearing rust. You were wearing a lot of rust. And wearing Russ. Which you can wear rust, even if it's not on your color palette. But the nice thing about color guru is that they suggested other colors that may be might, I don't know, be a better match for you. I remember the first time I wore one of my signature colors, if you will. Go on. And we were recording, and you were like, you were like, you could not stop gushing about what I was wearing. You were like, oh my God, that dress looks amazing on you. I love that color on you. You are literally like, I love that color on you. 'cause there's this bright blue? Yes, oh my God, I was gonna say, was it one of the blues? It was one of the blues and I was like, yep. Because I started wearing it because I was like, oh, color guru says this is my signature color. I'm gonna try it. And it was proven to be the case. So it's super easy. You just, you upload photos, you answer a few questions, and then they match you with your ideal color palette for clothing. And they also have a makeup offering, which is pretty cool. So if that's something you're interested in, you can do that as well. And they send you a digital color card for your phone, and then you also get a laminated card. So no lie, I keep my laminated card by my computer, so do I. I swear to God. Because I'm not doing that much in store shopping these days. But when I do online shopping, I'm like, well, let me just consult my card. I mean, I've told you how I looked, I received a lip color that was an orangey red. And I was like, I never wear this shade, and then I looked at my makeup palette. And it says it was one of my colors. And then I put it on and I get compliments on this lipstick color. And I love how I look at it. That's the most important part. It's not what other people think, but how I feel. Exactly. And I remember same as with my dress. I remember when you wore that lip color. I was like, oh, that looks good. We are new women. It is really cool and I think as I've mentioned on the pod before it also helps me narrow down what I'm buying. I can just sort of eliminate things that I'm like, you know what? I could hate that. I could wear this, but I think I will actually look better in something else. So 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, and you can get your custom color card at your color guru dot com and use coupon code forever for 10% off any color analysis package. First impressions are kind of important, right? So if you're looking to make a big impact with your online content, you should check out issue. It's the easiest way to make your creative ideas come to life and share everywhere you want to be seen. It's also the all in one platform to create and distribute beautiful digital content, whether that's marketing materials or a magazine. You guys remember zines back in the 90s, right? You could easily bring them back with issue. There's no need for endless scrolling through PDFs because issue features your creations in an easy to view way on every device. The great thing about it is you only have to make it once in order to distribute it everywhere. How you ask, well, because issue already optimizes your content for engagement without reformatting and it's all ready to share. I want to try out free for yourself. So get started with issue today for free, or if you sign up for an annual premium account, you can get 50% off when you go to issue dot com slash podcast and use promo code forever 35. That's ISS UU dot com slash podcast and use promo code forever 35 at checkout for your free account or 50% off your annual premium account. That's issue dot com slash podcast, promo

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A highlight from Stila Founder Jeanine Lobell Breaks The Beauty Mold With Her New Makeup Subscription Line, Neen

Breaking Beauty Podcast

00:49 sec | Last week

A highlight from Stila Founder Jeanine Lobell Breaks The Beauty Mold With Her New Makeup Subscription Line, Neen

"And today we're welcoming a founder who's definitely damn good. It's jeanine lobell. She's the original founder of Stila and she's now out with her newly minted makeup line mean it's so different, so unique, so excited to have her on the show today. That's right. It just feels so right to me, carlene that we're speaking to jeanine lolle at this time. I mean, she was the queen makeup artist back in the day in the mid to late 90s, early 2000s. And I mean, everything is Y two K these days. So true. Bennifer is engaged again. Britney Spears is pregnant. Lindsay Lohan has three movie deals like long live Y two K wow, never really thought about that, but it is perfect timing. And to recap for our audience, jeanine lobel was she really was one of the OG celebrity makeup artists. I mean, Janine

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A highlight from How to Find a Scent That Sets You Apart

Art Beauty

04:38 min | Last week

A highlight from How to Find a Scent That Sets You Apart

"I'm amber today my gorgeous and fabulous co host is miss Marissa Austria is a fragrance expert from Europe perfumes. She's going to tell us all about that. But today, we're really talking about how to find a scent that sets you apart. So if you love fiance and fragrance and that's what you want, all the more power to you, but if you're looking to find a real signature scent that might be a little bit different. Maybe you're looking for something that you want to wear occasionally, like your fragrance wardrobe, Marissa is going to help us out. Thank you so much and welcome to the show. Thank you, amber. I love that segue. It is all about building out your fragrance wardrobe these days. So I'm hoping I can call out some really cool alternatives for you today that might keep your interest. I love that. Now, by the way, I'm laughing because we hopped on and you're all invited. I'm all in black. Where are you right now? Sure. I am in chatham, New Jersey, in my school office. So how about yourself? I'm in Manhattan. So I was going to say, are you on the West Coast? Because you look so sunny and bright, meanwhile, I'm like, it's still not 80° out here in New York. But I just keep dressing for spring so that it starts to feel like spring. You know what? Will it manifest it? I like that. I love that. So yeah, okay, so we're neighbors. Okay, great. I love it. You're just over across the river in Jersey. I mean, your house is beautiful. Thank you, my dear. I did set it up for you, especially today. So I'm glad you like it. I love the peonies. By the way, it's peony season right now. I don't know if those are real peonies. They certainly are. These are fresh. I love peonies. They're so beautiful and so delicate and tough together. To talk to you about today. So I'm sorry. Okay. So we're going to get into this now. I mean, I find, you know, this idea of like a signature scent is so wonderful. And I was talking to somebody the other day sent memories one of our most powerful and pervasive memories. I walked into a building that my parents owned until I was, I lived there until I just when I was a baby, but the second I walked into the building, I knew the scent. I couldn't remember, I don't remember anything about the scent was so powerful. And I know that like, you know, people just relate something. If you smell something, sometimes you're like, oh my gosh, that scent is my best friend or my mom or my first boyfriend. It's just an incredibly powerful tool, but they're so many to choose from. That's right. And I feel like different scents can smell so different on other people. So before we enter some of the alternatives, like, how do you even approach finding a scent that you like? Absolutely. So I do think you have to kind of sometimes ask yourself first, why do I want this fragrance? Where do I want to wear it? And what do I want to feel when I'm wearing it? So to your point, I've recently heard somebody say they were entering the next chapter of their life. They felt like they had graduated in their career and their love life and all these good things. And they said they commemorated that with a new fragrance. And I kind of love that thought of having chapters of your life and a fragrance for each. But ultimately, I'm a huge person who just likes to build your fragrance forger. Because we don't wear the same outfit every day, why on earth would wear the same fragrance? So it should certainly match your mood and occasion. So where I like to start, say, where do I want to wear this? So if I feel like I'm lacking something for date night, let's say, you're going to want to go for something traditionally, maybe a little more smoky, edgy, woody. In nighttime and sexy. But then you're going to need something for the office. You're going to need something a little lighter, maybe citrus. Thinking about your audience and how you want to be perceived. You know, that's so funny. 'cause I think when we're younger, I mean, I know for me it was like my first was like vanilla, right? Now it's like that sickeningly sweet vanilla, but like, you know, when you're teenage years, like, you know, in your early 20s, then it was angel. Everybody was wearing angel and I loved that. And I have to say, it was about ten years ago. Maybe a little Latin actually less than ten years, about 6 years ago. A theory, I always pronounce Disney wrong, Terry. Very declare, and he just, he just passed two months ago. I know. It's so sad. I mean, he had launched a new, I think, was angel muse. And it was just that elevated. And I fell in love with it. Like, I went, I bought a bottle, I don't know if I'll get it again, but it was that beautiful, it reminded me of my youth, but it was slightly elevated. You're not alone because I think it was curvature just came out with a article about now that he's passed.

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A highlight from Founders are Leaving Their Legacy Brands, But Why?

Gloss Angeles

04:47 min | Last week

A highlight from Founders are Leaving Their Legacy Brands, But Why?

"Did you know that Chrissy Teigen had a show on the cooking channel that was shot at BlackBerry farm? No, I didn't. I did not. Well, that does not surprise me. Let's just talk about press trips in general. The Mary Kay BlackBerry farm situation, that trip, that's like the trip where you feel like you've made it. It's an honor to be included. Yes. If you're included on this trip, you've made it. I have never been invited before until this year. I've never been invited either. Wait, I thought you went. I've been to BlackBerry mountain with another brand. Okay, okay, okay. Sam bell's wife, the owner, proprietor of BlackBerry farm, his wife, after Sam, sadly passed, started BlackBerry mountain. And that's more they're like, wellness, smart, luxury, retreat in the mountains. But that said, I had never been to the farm, had always wanted to be invited by had the pleasure of sitting next to Regina pipkin, who is the vice president of marketing and communications at Mary Kay, who has worked at Mary Kay for 20 years, which is incredible. And she was saying how the brand came to find BlackBerry farm and how they started doing the trips with the editors, like long lead editors, and then digital, they reduced two separate trips, like one in the spring, one in the fall. Ever since 2016 and then obviously they had to take a little break because of COVID, but she was just saying how they fell in love with the property. They fell in love with the family behind BlackBerry farm and everything. And they were hoping that this was something that editors wouldn't get tired of, 'cause you know, other brands take you to all over the world, different places, but like Mary Kate truly owns the BlackBerry farm experience. Faith and I were like, no, everyone looks forward to this trip, and hopes that they're invited. Yeah, I mean, I was shook to my core when I got the email. So when we got invited on this trip, I was interested to see what it was all about, because especially for editors, it's an education thing. You're going to learn more about the brand, get FaceTime with people at the brand. So you can kind of understand what's the ethos here. What's the innovation here? How do things work? And I received several DMs like, why are you with Mary Kay? What are you doing with Mary Kay? This just doesn't feel like really on brand for you. Also, it's an MLM, or like everyone's like, oh, but is it Mary Kay and MLM? They'll say MLM and then LOL. Yes. No, we're setting the record straight. I feel like some y'all are like, well, you guys just went on a trip with them. So of course you're gonna be glowing reviews. I'll put it this way. Initially, I was not interested in Mary Kay. I didn't feel like it was a brand for me personally. And we've talked about this on the pod. We've said this is like your mom, your grandma, your aunt. It's their brand. It's not something that you hear a lot of your friends talking about. Correct. But I also am borderline obsessed with this eye makeup remover because of Sarah, she told me it was the best, and I was like, whatever, I don't care. I don't really believe you. Nice shut up, Sarah. Never. But I was just like, okay, yeah, yeah, whatever. But then when I tried it, I'm like, oh no, this truly is the best eye makeup remover. And this is coming from a person that just wears globs of mascara on my face at any given point, okay? So I was like, okay, they make good products. And then when we were at the farm, we got to hear from doctor Heinz, who she is the head of their research and innovation. And Mary Kay is based in Fort Worth, like Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. They have all of these labs where they're constantly ideating, they have their own patents on things. We learned about the launches that are going to be happening all throughout 2022. Some that I'm really eager to try because there are ingredients that I've never seen highlighted in a product before that I think might actually become popular. Yeah, that are like two Mary Kay and doctor Heinz had an integral part in developing them. We learned about some of the stuff that's out now. And I was trying some of these boosters and one of them, it's like resveratrol and vitamin C reminds me so much of CE four rule it in not only the texture, but the way it feels on my skin and in the way my skin looked almost immediately after applying it. Of course, CE through look doesn't include resveratrol. Right. That's like the thing that I was comparing it most to in my head. I was like, oh, this reminds me a little bit of the SkinCeuticals. Totally, and I have the price point here. I have the list of all the products that are launching that we're allowed to talk about.

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A highlight from Mini-Ep 302: Butts, Butter, and Horses

Forever35

08:09 min | Last week

A highlight from Mini-Ep 302: Butts, Butter, and Horses

"Hello, welcome to forever 35, a podcast about the things we do to take care of ourselves. I'm Kate Spencer, and I am Doris shaffer. And we are not experts. Now, but we are two friends who like to talk a lot about serums. And this is a mini episode where we hear from you. We share your comments on your thoughts and we answer your questions to the best of our ability. Please remember, we are podcast hosts. We're not experts. And we always encourage you to seek support first and foremost from a medical and or mental health professional as needed. We do love to hear from you. You can leave us a text or a voicemail at 781-591-0390 or you can hit us up on the genes at forever 35 podcast at Gmail dot com and please do visit our website forever 35 podcast dot com for links to everything we mentioned on the show. You can also find everything we mentioned on the show. On shop my shelf. Shot my shelf U.S. slash forever 35. And you can follow us on Twitter at forever 35 pod on Instagram at February 35 podcast, join the forever 35 Facebook group, password over there is serums and you can sign up for our newsletter for over 35 podcast dot com slash newsletter. Dory, I am testing COVID negative, so I just wanted to share that pleasant news, I'm very happy to hear that. I am happy and I have returned home to California. Which has also been very nice. How does it feel to be home? Great, honestly, it feels great. You know, I'm very grateful that I was able to have COVID and just isolate and be alone in many ways because I think it would have been hard for me to fully relax. If I knew my kids needed my help or my husband was stressed or my dog seen it go for a walk. So I do really see the privilege and getting to just isolate in a hotel just because I happen to have gotten COVID away from home. But it does feel good to be back. I am sleeping in our little guesthouse garage. And I slept for 11 hours last night. And I did that because I didn't want to be breathing on Anthony all night and giving him COVID and I started my first day masked in the house and then when I tested negative, I have stopped, but I still am just kind of trying to keep my distance. So yeah, 11 hours sleep. I mean, it was aided by NyQuil, but okay. Okay. You know, NyQuil is NyQuil is self care. NyQuil is serious stuff. Yeah, it is. It is. I owe a lot of my recovery many minor viruses to NyQuil. But I will say, and I did want to note this is that the post COVID recoveries is a lot. At least what I'm experiencing, like I'm having weird little things. I don't feel great. And so I am trying to take it easy. And you know what I was. I was gently and lovingly called in my two friends over text message last night, not to overturn myself. Yeah. Two really good friends. They sound really cool. They sound really cool. One of them might have been named Dory. Oh, oh, me? Yeah, you. You and our friend Danielle, who has also dealt with COVID, I was like, everybody, I'm negative, and I'm going to go to this protest and I was about to really overexert myself and you both were like, hey, recovering from COVID is a thing. You need to take it seriously and just relax. And I was like, oh man, this is hard for me, but okay. As I think I said two over text, there are many other ways that you can be active in the world of reproductive rights. And yes, showing up for protests is very important, but so are like a million other things and given that you are recovering from COVID yeah. I think it best for you to stay home, Kate. And I did, and I fell, I went to sleep, and I got that 11 hours clearly in my body needed it. It's very hard for me to slow down. And it's very hard for me the second that I am quote better to not feel like I need to go at full blast. And again, like, I am lucky that I can slow down, you know? I mean, I think about it. I think about how medical professionals and many other people were being told to go back to work if they had COVID, even if they didn't have symptoms. And God, I mean, again, we'll get into this. There's so much privilege and how we are able to deal with COVID. And I've just been thinking a lot about that because I'm steeped in it. But yeah, so I'm trying to take it easy. It's hard for me to take it easy, but I'm trying, and I really do appreciate, I really, really appreciated you to saying something to me in a very nice way. You were just like, hey, you need to chill out. But it really helped. And then I was immediately like, oh, my Friends are right. They really just like, they really, they were just really, really helped me to slow down. So thank you. Thank you, Dory. You're so welcome. And you know what? I'm so, so glad that you did take our advice to heart and that you did end up getting 11 hours of sleep because that does just show like your body is recovering, like your body is very tired. Yes, I know. I need to take care of this body. You do. But it's beautiful, beautiful body. This sweet. Meat sack. And I do like, what's interesting is my symptoms are still persistent. I'm still so I'm trying just to be aware. Well, I think it's hard because you probably do feel better than you did in the depths of COVID. You know what I mean? So you are getting better. But that's still doesn't mean that you are well. Good point. If I may. You may. That's a really good point. And I think also when you have quote unquote mild COVID, which I would assume that's what mine would be categorized as, like, you're kind of like, this should be a walk in the park. Totally. Well, I think this is sort of what we navigated when Matt had COVID, which now feels like a million years ago. Mild COVID is classified as anything that doesn't put you in the hospital. Yeah, yeah. So there is a very wide range of mild COVID. I mean, that can range from everything from asymptomatic COVID to like, you can't get out of bed, but you don't have to go to the hospital. So I think and I think that was actually that has actually been a problem for some people because like you just said, they tell themselves well, I have mild COVID. Like I should be up and about. It's mild. When in fact, like mild COVID can be pretty debilitating. Yeah. So it's a really good point. Just please take it easy because I can not host this podcast by myself. Who would talk about butter and horses? And who would talk about butts? Truly my three favorite things in the world. That's butter and

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A highlight from S2 Ep84: The Met Gala A.K.A. Sweet Potato Island (with Kate Young)

Eyewitness Beauty

04:14 min | Last week

A highlight from S2 Ep84: The Met Gala A.K.A. Sweet Potato Island (with Kate Young)

"In the beauty industry each week. I'm Nick axelrod welk. Diamond creek bomb is here. And we have a very, very special guest who was in the field doing reporting for us exclusively. I would say you were our exclusive boots on the ground at the Met ball. Stylist extraordinaire is to such actresses as Dakota Johnson, Sophie Turner. Basically everyone who is incredibly well dressed on the red carpet. I know who's going to be the next big thing because Kate young styles them. If Kate young takes an interest in you, it's really good for your career. The one and only Kate young. Welcome to, I would dispute. We're so happy that you took this assignment to attend the Met Gala for us. I didn't know about the assignment until today, but I'm a big fan of the pod. I oftentimes feel like when we're recording this podcast that I'm speaking to my mom and to you, Kate. Yeah. You are both of you. But sort of exclusively because I appreciate all of your feedback and suggestions and I buy everything you say to buy. Thanks, man. I mean, I'm here today. I thought you were talking to me. Annie, I buy everything you say to buy. That is high praise. Wow. I'm scared of that missile or water for the hair, though. I only used it once. The shine stuff? Yeah, I don't understand what it's doing, and I'm scared it has protein in it or something. I think it's one of those things that my hair all fall out in like two weeks. I agree. 'cause I notice every brand came out with one at once. Kate, your trademark is your platinum white hair. How long have you had platinum white? I think like 20 years? Maybe 20. And how often do you get it touched up? How often do you do it? I've recently just changed everything. So I had the same colorist for years and decades. But they discontinued the bleach we used. And I think I told you this. I mean, I was telling everyone they're discontinuing this bleach does anybody know who chemists like, I need to keep making the bleach. And we bought a bunch of it on eBay, so I had two years of the bleach, and it ran out. bleach, I'm first of all allergic to, but second of all, I lost like half my hair. From the new bleach. I mean, there's a more complicated thing to it. But over the course of 6 months, the first time there was like a trash can full of my hair. Like an entire trash can full of my hair. And then it kept falling out. So I've switched colorists and the whole process has changed. Everything I thought I knew is different now. So now I'm going to Marie Robinson and the Maggie doesn't let me come. I used to go every 5 or 6 weeks like never longer and just do roots, right? Yeah, yeah. But this new colorist, I go, she doesn't want me to come except every 8 weeks. She wants it long, which is excruciating for me. I like it when it's in the one to four range. But I haven't made it 8 weeks a single time. I show up between 6 and 8 weeks every time and I'm like, sorry, I'm going to kill myself if I looked in the mirror anymore. But in general, I have so much hair in normal life before this whole fiasco that I didn't care if my hair fell out. I have massive quantities of hair. Yeah. But then with all my hair gone, I'm super self conscious now. When did you think that it was too much? The trash can full and the trash can. Sometimes I'm like, am I losing my hair or have I just not brushed it in a week, you know? When the trash can was full, I was like, I almost cried, but then honestly, I kind of liked how it looked because I always want my hair to look like Kurt Cobain, you know? It was like really thin. But then it started growing back and I had like short hair poking up and then I had to cut bangs because I had hair that was this long and anytime I threw it back

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A highlight from Episode 301 - Home treatments vs professionals

The Beauty Brains

05:38 min | Last week

A highlight from Episode 301 - Home treatments vs professionals

"Grow? What home treatments are as good as what you would get from an aesthetician and is it fine to cut your hair at home, but first, post vacate chit chat, so I just got back from a drive to Florida. I was speaking at a conference there about leadership in the lab space. It was really cool to meet scientists from different disciplines, but mister cosmetic chemist and I drove there. And then we drove back. Driving is like, it's like, one stayed away? No, it's like thousands of miles. How far was that? Literally across the country. It was like 2900 miles to Miami. We brought kukla with us, kukla is our dog. And we made sure she touched the ground in every state. Oh, that's nice. She peed in every state for sure. And no, we just had a good time. We took off roads. We tried to see the countryside. We worked while we were remote. It was fun. Well, that sounds like a fun trip. I actually did a trip to Kansas City. I was a nice driving trip and you know what the biggest challenge of that was? What? Finding somebody to take care of the Kit Kat. Yeah, tell us about your new kitty. Yeah, so we got this new kitty at the shelter. His name was Ted. Okay, did you keep it? I expanded it. So now his name is Ted, Theodore Logan. So his name's Ted Ted Logan. Let's Theodore Logan, you know. Theodore Logan says proper name, but it's Ted Theodore Logan. Have you seen the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure series? Yes, yeah. Actually, the day I wanted to go with, but this was kind of nixed, was cat pernicious. No. Yeah, Copernicus, yeah. Okay, that's good. She said no. But Bill intense is cool because I think Ted has some good hair. Oh yeah, he definitely does. And this kid is like a fluffy, fluffy, fluffy guy. So we have a cat and I found out one of the Portuguese crew, a cat that I called tuxedo. I thought was a boy cat. It looks like he's pregnant. I think I have to catch these cats and get them spade or neutered, so. Yeah, that would be great. I'd help support that. I definitely would. I do. Yeah. Well, let's head over to some beauty science news. We have a big show to cover today. All right, what did you see on your travels? Well, I did notice a celeb launch and I feel like we talked about this one before, maybe like last year when we saw the news first breaking or maybe we saw a trademark come through. But Scarlett Johansson's line is in Sephora, at least that was the big launch, and her line is called the outset in case you weren't sure. It has my solar cleanser, a vegan collagen serum, a squalane based moisturizer, a niacinamide night cream and a vitamin C eye cream. And according to Scarlett Johansson, the outside delivers exactly what consumers want. A clean non irritating line of essentials. That's the everyday foundation for great skin. It sounds exciting. I mean, so it's a skin care line, right? And she has good skin, although all movie stars do, don't they? Well, if they don't have grayscale, they cover it up. That's for sure. Yeah. I wonder if you have to use special makeup for to appear good on film. I get special reflectors or anything like that. I think there is special makeup. You know, it'd be cool, it'd be cool to do more about that for our show. Yeah. And imagine you could incorporate some mica or titanium dioxide, get a little glowing or something like that. And for sure, and I definitely think there's a lot of technique associated with it too. Because the camera's flood out your skin and you might need some certain color. I'm sure we have some makeup artist fans who know a lot more than me and you about it. Incidentally, we first covered this show 270 for the people who are curious. All right, all right. So now it's actually making some rounds into the market. So that's exciting. Oh, very cool. Would you see? Well, there were a few things I saw. Remember we used to do a segment we've done a couple of segments that the kitchen chemistry hack, right? Yeah, yeah. Our fans weren't total fans of that because really the point of us doing this initial segment that we had was to show how and I'm a big believer in making your own products for sure, but there are some that are just really bad. Like making nail polish with sharpie markers and stuff. Wasn't there the melt crayons and put it on your lips or something like to make lipstick? Yeah. Yeah. Bad ideas. Yeah. Well, here is one. I'm curious to get your spin on it, but tic tac really sets the news for almost everything in the beauty industry these days. It seems, well, even in politics, but go figure, but anyway, here's one, what do you think of this hair slugging? Are we talked about skin slugging a few episodes ago, but that has branched out to become hair slugging. And this is the notion where you put an oil in your hair, you wrap your hair overnight, and let it soak overnight. Preferentially in a sock. And it sucks. Now wait a second. So I can't be like a cotton sock or something, right? Or nihilism isn't gonna just leak all over your pillow?

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A highlight from Ep. 401: Venus Williams on Spas, Sunscreen, and Giving It Her All

Fat Mascara

04:58 min | Last week

A highlight from Ep. 401: Venus Williams on Spas, Sunscreen, and Giving It Her All

"Everyone, it's fat mascara, I'm Jess. I'm Jen. Welcome to the big interview episode. It's Friday. You clicked on the button. You know who's here? Venus Williams. In the stood. In the studio, Venus Williams is one of the greatest tennis players of all time. I was looking back through her accomplishments and I was like, I mean, we need three hours to talk about them, but basically 49 women's tennis association titles. She's been ranked number one in the world. I've never been number one at anything. She's won 7 Grand Slam titles, and she became a professional player at age 14, which is just something to think about. She actually talks about that. What were you doing at 14? She's also the chief executive officer of the interior design firm V star interiors. She launched her fashion line 11 in 2007 in 2020, she launched 11 by Venus Venus at credo beauty that's a mineral based sunscreen line for all skin tones that is divine and she's on the show now because she just expanded that collection. So we thought it would be fun to talk about all things. Well, first of all, sunscreen because Jess and I can never get enough of that. But all things beauty and wellness, is there anyone better that you'd want to learn about wellness and beauty from? I think not. I just have to say I felt really, really happy when we wrapped up the conversation because Venus had me, I left our interview. I got to say, I'm not a sporty person. That's not a secret. But Venus had me feeling like with a champion mindset at the end. Yes. I've got to tell you, I didn't think that Venus is going to pump me up. Any we're going to have a really nice conversation about beauty and SPF and all that. But I left feeling like psych. Venus trained me. Me too. So enough from us, let's get to the interview. Welcome Venus Williams. I'm so excited to have you on fat mascara. Welcome. Thank you, ladies. How are you? Good. What's gorgeous where you are? Sunny and bright and beautiful. Yes, that's the joy of Florida, but it's about to get hot and rainy and scary soon. So we'll get you further before the storm rolls in. So welcome, welcome. I want to talk about fashion and beauty, which clearly you're an expert on. What was your first introduction to the world of fashion and the world of beauty and taking care of yourself who helped you with that stuff when you were younger? I would say my mom definitely my mom was a health nut so she grew up on I grew up she was vegetarian and into all the things taking vitamins and just being super health conscious. So I definitely had that informal or very formal introduction. We didn't have snacks at the house. We could have an apple or make it salad. It was like a little too healthy. Trust me. When you answer ice cream. When you went to your friend's house, did you raid their cupboards? I didn't really make any friends that was much older, so. I was late bloomer. Okay, okay, yeah, yeah. But you had your sisters, Jess and I are like jealous. We both have brothers, and I feel like having sisters, it's like, you all go through that together. Did that affect your beauty philosophy at all? Did you do each other's hair? Help out with that kind of stuff. My sisters, my mom, we were brave, and I was little, so my mom did my hair. I think I recall my older sister, maybe braiding her hair once, or back in the day. Kind of hazy. But we grew up really innocent, really green. We were playing mostly lots of tenants. So our wellness didn't really necessary center around hair and makeup. It was all about body positivity and being strong, being confident, being positive. And we weren't even allowed to get our ears pierced so we were 16 or wear makeup or straighten our hair. So we were bare bones. Let me tell you. Did you ever end up getting your ears pierced? Yeah, I got my ears pierced at like 16 or something like that. And Serena got her as pierced she was only 15. And I came home and we came home. We were with our mom and my mom, my dad says, what's that stuff in your ear? We were like, well, we can get a pierced at 16 and so he tells me to take those out and she just didn't. So that was that. She was only 15. Where did she get her ears pierced? Do you remember the whole scenario? We went to Claire's in the mall. We went to Claire's in the mall and I got like four in a row. I was like, boom, the first one you don't feel the second one hurts and by the time you get to the fourth and when it's agony, but I kept going, you know, because I was 16. Yeah, I got four in a row.

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A highlight from Mini-Ep 301: Keep It Pore-Fessional

Forever35

04:25 min | Last week

A highlight from Mini-Ep 301: Keep It Pore-Fessional

"This episode is sponsored by pros, the world's most personalized hair care Dory. I am obsessed with pros, because one thing I have noticed, moving from the east coast to the West Coast, is that my hair is very different here in this dry California desert weather. Yes, same thing. Did you notice this moving like your hair lives a completely different life out here? Yes. It's wild. It is wild. Well, this is what's so great about pros because they do a very quick and easy consultation that analyzes 85 different personal factors in order to create hair products that are unique to you. It's like, it's like magic and science comes together as one into a beautiful bottle of delicious smelling products that make my hair feel great. That's really what's happening here. I love my pros and you know I have gone on record as saying I'm very particular about my sense. Oh yes, I know it. But my prose is the botanica fragrance. I don't know if you're familiar, but it has notes of eucalyptus rosemary and lavender. I have signature which is floral and powdery, which I love. I love it. So I'm right there with you. Well, prose is also a carbon neutral certified B corp. They are an industry leader and clean and responsible beauty. They're ingredients or sustainably sourced, ethically gathered and cruelty free. And like, hey, look, they're also the first custom beauty brand to go carbon neutral. Okay. And B, D if that weren't cool enough, if you're not a 100% positive prose is the best hair care you've had. They will take the products back, no questions asked. Pros is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your free in depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today, go to pros dot com slash forever 35. That is PRO SE dot com slash forever 35 for your free in depth hair consultation and 15% off. Today's episode is brought to you by wonder side. Dory, you and I are both pet owners. We are, it's true. So we come to this conversation with experience. Indeed, we are here to recommend that you give wonder side a try. If you are also an owner of an animal, they are the leader and proven to work plant based bug sprays for pets, but also families, homes, and yards, and their stuff smells so good. Okay, let me give you this scent rundown. Cedar wood, lemongrass, rosemary, and my personal favorite peppermint. Yes. You know I'm on like a big mint kick in terms of smells. So this was very exciting to me to get to pull out the peppermint scent. Yeah. You know, I have two dogs now. I worry about fleas and ticks on both of them. Penny and Lucy, they're always getting into stuff, but wonder site has been really, really great. And you know, people always ask if plant based products actually work. And besides my own personal experience with one side that does tell me yes, they've also been lab tested and proven to kill and repel fleas and ticks, which means you can safely replace your conventional fleet products with wonder side and feel comfortable using it around your pets and your family. It's also a women led company with a plant based product that's been proven safe and effective with no harsh chemicals. They've really great dog shampoo bars that let you wash with one hand and then like wrangle or you know if you have a comphet hold your pet with the other hand. Which I love I've used them on penny and I've also used them on myself as we know this is now a legendary story I used dog shampoo on my head. They last up to 5 times longer than liquid shampoo and come with a really cute cedarwood holder. It's like, you know, this company and their products were designed by someone who actually has pets. Imagine that. Imagine that, Kate, try one side, flee and take spray for 20% off at wonder side dot com slash forever 35 and be sure to use code forever 20 for 20% off. That's wonder side

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A highlight from Beauty influencer Meredith Duxbury: 'Ive learned so much from being on TikTok'

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

03:03 min | Last week

A highlight from Beauty influencer Meredith Duxbury: 'Ive learned so much from being on TikTok'

"Creator Meredith duxbury. Meredith great to have you here. Hi. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. So Meredith, anyone who follows beauty on TikTok has probably heard of you. You have 14.7 million followers. Everyone on the app has been trying out your maximalist foundation routine. You're the face of a new morphe collection before we get into what you're up to right now. Did you want to share some of your background? When did you first start getting into makeup? Of course, yeah, so I've always loved makeup. I've been doing it since middle school. My mom took me to Sephora when I was younger and she's like, okay, we're gonna have, when we make bread is, do your makeup because she's like, your makeup's looking a little orange, everybody knows those days kind of, everybody just put on it to the makeup when you're in middle school, but I've learned so much in the past two years from being on TikTok. I created three videos a day during COVID and quarantine and I really learned so much about the process of it, the industry. I mean, there's just so much to learn. But really, I'd say it's started in 2019 is when I really like immersed myself into the beauty world. Did you follow a lot of beauty influencers or makeup artists growing up? I did. I feel like at that point I was still figuring out social media during middle school and high school is when I really was allowed to go on social media and was allowed like an iPhone and stuff. So a few of the people I followed were like Jaclyn hill, which she is a huge beauty creator. And then Bethany Mota and Meredith foster kind of were like lifestyle a little bit of beauty. But those were like the three main people that I used to watch. And how did you get started on social media yourself, which social media platform did you start posting about makeup on first? So I started on TikTok. I actually started my TikTok off as a couple channel with my boyfriend. And we were in Miami for the summer, and we were like, let's just create some fun couple videos. And then people were like, oh, I love how you're doing your makeup. Can you show us how you do it? I didn't even have a ring light. I had no tripod, like everything was so shaky. And the lighting was not great. And I kind of just used what I had and I would stack up some cardboard boxes and just like make a random tripod out of whatever I could find. And just started doing little transitions here and there. And then my viral videos really took off when I started doing rap lip syncing videos to Nicki Minaj's I'm legit song. And I created a trend called hashtag the foundation challenge where I would smear foundation all over my face.

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A highlight from Ep. 400: Conscious Consumption & The Weeks Beauty News

Fat Mascara

05:42 min | Last week

A highlight from Ep. 400: Conscious Consumption & The Weeks Beauty News

"I went to middle school or a T-shirt that had a little happy face as life is good or something, yeah. Is that your spring fashion there? Can you imagine if I started can you imagine if I started wearing nothing just exclusively graphic tees with trite sayings on them? That was my look. I love this for you. I think this is an excellent idea. Oversight. Well, I do. Yes. Come on now. Yes, Lake wears a lot of graphic graphics. When I was in middle school, I did wear a lot of I wear nothing but like band t-shirts. That was like my thing oversized band t-shirts. Timeless. Yes, you're really tired. But I do actually have a fashion I had a fashion dilemma this morning and you know who helped me out. One of our former fat mascara guests, like I wasn't she was a guest host. Andy lavs, Andrea, helped me a podcast host, yes. Yes, she has her own podcast. She's fabulous, and she always, she dresses so well. She is so good at like fashion, like, say, look, it's just fashion fashion. Good at fashion. That's her tagline. So she has really opened my mind to something I've been frightened about. Slip dresses. Slip dresses give me 90 jitters because they always felt very not body inclusive. But I might get my toe in the water. Yes, I feel like it's Carolyn bis wedding dress bias cut and who can pull it off. No one. Yeah, yeah, yeah, unless you're like, oh, they're not all biased. Charmus or whatever. So you're getting a slip dress for spring. I'm thinking about it. I'm thinking about it. I think there's a lot of different ways you can style it. And little cardi over top, if you're feeling too bare or a little tea underneath, Drew Barrymore style. Okay, 90s. I like to say a slouchy sweater. Yeah, like you're saying a little sweater or a blazer. We had some discussions. So Andy labs, I might take your cue. I like that. You came for the beauty and you just got some fashion advice thrown in there. Or inspo or warnings, I don't know. Yeah, that's how that's how we do. We're going to do beauty now though. You've got news for us. Are you going to shop? Or are you feeling inspired? What's funny is I hear I am sort of teasing 90s, whatever. Right there, you can see it over my shoulder. I did a big haul online. That's a baby doll dress in a plaid. Okay, all right. Yeah, right. I'm going to relive my riot girl. Okay. Moments of pain. I'm going to wear them with your white docks. Yeah. Wow, you know me well, yeah. Yeah. A little baby doll dress and some Doc martens. The thing is, guys, they always say about a beauty trend in fashion trend if you did the first time you're not allowed to do it again. How about this? I never stopped doing Doc martens. So I'm allowed to keep doing it, right? And also, I went to my podiatrist agenda, so she's been getting the play by play. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I know. But I went to my podiatrist the other day, and I was asking him about shoes and neuroma friendly shoes. And he basically suggested he did not cite a Doc marten, but he described a Doc marten. And then I went to bergdorf Goodman the other day and basically I saw $4000 versions of Doc martens. So it's actually aren't cheap, but I will tell you those things last forever. You could take them in the mosh pit, which is going to take them in the mom, but you could take them down, you know. So your Coachella festival dry. Yeah. It's amazing what kind of shoes are fashionable right now. Because it's like everything I've ever seen in my lifetime. Anything goes. I think it's beauty trends went the same way too. We did for two. Nobody's going back to baking contour. All of that just for to go to work. No one wants to put that much work into looking good. Like it should feel effortless. We've had a lot of effort in the last two years on a lot of other things. Effortless feels nice. With fashion and beauty right now. But I'm really glad that somehow podiatry got into that conversation. So I mean, leave it to me. Should we do the news and do our episode? Yeah, let's get to the news. That's what you came for, right? Okay, let's go. Okay, let's get to the headlines, everyone. So pat McGrath is launching a skin care yes, pat McGrath lab skin care is kicking off with their first product for skin. It's called divine skin so pat rose double zero on the essence. Pat calls it her transformative formula for hydrated or vitalized and luminous skin. It has what she's calling breakthrough bise technology, rose biotic and hydrosphere 18, not quite sure what that is, but it is clinically proven to boost moisture. I kid around. I'm super excited to try it. It instantly illuminates softens and smooths. It's suitable for all skin types. It's non comedogenic. And are you reading a press release? What do you got there? You went to an event with her or something? No, no, no, I have not gone to the event. But I'm really excited about the campaign. It has Naomi Campbell, who, of course, is one of pat's muses, and let's wait and see. I'm going to try it, of course. Let me know how it goes. I mean, if it's Naomi in a bottle, I'll take it. Very excited. Okay,

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A highlight from Episode 218: Everything You Know About Aging is Wrong with Dr. Becca Levy

Forever35

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Episode 218: Everything You Know About Aging is Wrong with Dr. Becca Levy

"Dory, you and I are both pet owners. We are, it's true. So we come to this conversation with experience. Indeed, we are here to recommend that you give wonder side a try. If you are also an owner of an animal, they are the leader and proven to work plant based bug sprays for pets, but also families, homes, and yards, and their stuff smells so good. Okay, let me give you this scent rundown. Cedar wood, lemongrass, rosemary, and my personal favorite peppermint. Yes. You know I'm on like a big mint kick in terms of smells. So this was very exciting to me to get to pull out the peppermint scent. Yeah. You know, I have two dogs now. I worry about fleas and ticks on both of them. Penny and Lucy, they're always getting into stuff, but wonder site has been really, really great. And you know, people always ask if plant based products actually work. And besides my own personal experience with one side that does tell me yes, they've also been lab tested

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Can You Really Freeze Fat Away?

You Beauty

02:29 min | 9 months 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 | 10 months 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 | 10 months 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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