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"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 JLo Beauty's Lisa Sequino: 'A lot of people can talk the talk, but you need grit'
"You? Hi, Priya. I'm well. Thank you so much for having me. How are you? Good. Lisa, you just told me recently that you moved to LA. When was that big change? Oh, yes, I just moved to LA four weeks ago. For this job, right? Absolutely. I took my whole family, my little 5 year old boy, my husband, my dogs, everybody, and we came out here. It wasn't a choice. It was a must have. And I'm so happy. I'm so happy to be here. This New Yorker now in LA. Yes, you're a tried and true New Yorker. You're from Long Island. You've lived here forever, correct? That's correct. So full black outfits, wardrobe, everything had to be overhauled. But I'm super excited. I get what people don't leave LA now. I get it. That luxurious caftan linen life is calling all of our names. I think eventually. I don't know about that, but I certainly am the fastest driver on the road in the earliest person here in the office. But I'm loving it. It's a great way of life here. So Lisa, take me back because I know you have a very interesting background and you didn't actually start in beauty, although you've had many different roles at all the big beauty companies. Will you tell us a little bit about that? Sure, absolutely. I've always been a beauty fan ever since I was a child. I love to do makeup. I love to learn about skin care, but I don't think in the 80s anyone did a good job of educating young girls or boys about getting an executive career track and beauty. It was always for me, the perception was you can go work at the beauty counter, which is amazing. And I've done that before. But there really wasn't a career track passed out. So I really, I mean, I like to say I hustled my way through my career in the sense that I've always been working. I've worked since I was 12, whether it was waitressing, bartending, just kind of finding odd jobs to always have cash in my pocket. I went to school with the thought of becoming an attorney. traditional family where the choices were to become a doctor and attorney. I decided to drop out of the thought of law school and my family was super thrilled with that one. But ended up working in New York City at a startup where my soul, you know, salary was commissioned. So I got that taste of hustle, you know, kind of creating your own destiny early on. I loved the fact that I was 22 working on a commission based salary, but I knew I wanted to learn a little bit more about running a business if I wanted to be successful, so I then went to Procter & Gamble. Where I worked in their pharmaceutical division for a while and sales, and then I actually moved to Ohio. Rural Ohio to work in their disruptive innovation team, which I was joke, I say it's the best and worst job I ever had because I was so unqualified at the time to do it as far as building products, taking technologies that the company had either purchased or created. And creating brands that met that need of the consumer and brought the technology to life. I was a salesperson. I had no business degree. I was surrounded by Harvard MBAs and I'd come home crying every night that I couldn't read a P and L. And that's the real truth. But I would say I feel like I have a lot of grit. My dad's an entrepreneur and he always taught me to have grit no matter what. So I literally showed up every day. I kept coming back even though I was crying, couldn't understand what anyone was saying, but I learned. I learned really, really quickly, and I learned that there's a huge benefit of understanding your customer and your consumer and creating things that delight them in ways that they want to see it feel it touch it. And that got me hooked on product and making amazing product and really transforming people's lives. But I still crave beauty. I didn't love necessarily working in the digestive wellness space, although it was quite interesting. However, I did have the opportunity then to move back to New York work and Procter & Gamble's acquisition division of prestige beauty products, which was super interesting. Taking brands that they had purchased and putting them into different business models, working on licensed businesses, like the fragrance division, but I knew I really wanted to be in luxury beauty. And I was going to school at night at the time, and I knew that. That's what I really wanted. And I had the opportunity to interview it. I say a lot of companies. I got the call. I remember at like 12 o'clock at night and the interview was at 7 a.m.. You told me that, which brand was it for? It was for Tom Ford beauty, which was to me the ultimate
A highlight from Ep. 442: Flesh-Colored Water, Hugimals & The Weeks Beauty News
"Mascara. Then write us and tell us how you liked it. Welcome to fat mascara, I'm Jess. I'm Jen. Hi, jazz. Hey, hey. All right, thank you very much for joining us today on our special if you're listening to this book could be any day of the week, but it's our special Wednesday episode. First of all, I want to welcome a lot of our new listeners. Thank you for joining us. For those of you who are not have not been listening for the last 6 years, I just wanted to take a minute to re-introduce ourselves because maybe not all of you really know who we are, who really deeply know us. So I just want to refresh. Yes. And I love when podcast hosts do this because if you dip into a new podcast and you're excited to be there and then you're just expected to know the whole history of the people on the podcast. So yeah, who are you? Who am I to assume? Exactly. Okay, so everybody knows who Jessica matlin is. Surely, right? So anyway, I am the director of beauty at moda operandi. But before that, I was the beauty director at how quick care forget just a few months ago before that I was the beauty director at Harper's BAZAAR and at teen Vogue. Yes. I've been working at the end of the industry since basically I was a child. But yeah, this was how we met. We were both beauty journalists. And I'm a freelance journalist now, full-time podcaster. I write for allure, the cut, women's health, and most recently, when I was on staff, pre pan, as I like to say, pre-pandemic. I was the beauty director at Mary Claire. So Jess and I bring all of our contacts, all of our, I don't know, we've accessed sometimes, I think. Can we bring that all to you? And that's our job. More access and
A highlight from Episode 238: Brain Zuzh with Amanda Yesnowitz
"Well, look, it's official school time is back. And for a lot of kids, that means homework and after school activities. But don't forget about your monthly KiwiCo crate. I know my kids have not. In fact, they would rather be doing their KiwiCo crate than the other things. It's fun projects that are full of science and art lessons that get your kids learning and playing and having fun all at once. My kids get a tinker crate, which is science and engineering focused. They built a literal pinball machine story. What? They Bill seriously? Yeah. They so pinball game. I know it was very cool. Do I trip on it often because it's always out because they're using it? Yes, does it tell you about the quality of the thing they built? Because I haven't broken it. Also, yes. The KiwiCo creates are amazing. They're jam packed with fun projects that teach really great lessons you can do stuff like build stump rockets and kites, explore the science of trees or even engineer your own coin eating robot, I believe that is another one that has been done. In our House. The other thing I will say about what you can make with kiwi crate is it's stuff that lasts. We have art projects that my kids have done. They made napkin holders one year with a KiwiCo crate before I even started doing this podcast, we still use these napkin holders. So it's really, yeah, you really get to create cool stuff that isn't just the kind of thing you make and then toss, right? Like it's actual. Things that become part of your family history.
A highlight from What Social Media-Gazing Is Doing To Our Brains With Anti-Anxiety Guru Dr. Jud Brewer
"To breaking beauty, podcast, doctor Judd. First of all, you've probably never heard this before, but you know your doppelganger for somebody else really famous, right? So who would you look exactly like Steve Jobs? I've gotten that before. But today. Yeah, I didn't put on my black fake or a pseudo turtleneck. Okay, well, everybody, doctor Judd, he's not the late founder of Apple. But you wear a lot of hats. Your neuroscientist, you're an addiction psychiatrist and an author, tell us what an addiction psychiatrist is because I've heard about an addiction counselor but not so much an addiction psychiatrist. So what do you do? Tell us about that. Well, the simple way of thinking of it is as a psychiatrist, I
A highlight from Permanent Makeup Tips for Cancer Survivors and Warriors
"Tell the real truth about the fake shit. I'm amber and today my fabulous angelic co host is Selena polgar. She is a cosmetic artist and this woman I call her an angel because she is all about using her skills for good and giving back, helping women who are either going through cancer treatment or the fabulous survivors, one of the things that she specializes in is microblading and brows and giving women their brows back, Selena. It is such an honor to have you on the show and thank you. I was so impressed when I saw some of the work that you've done with women, you know, I think that for so many of us, we know we may know somebody who has had cancer who's been touched by cancer, but I wonder if sometimes we forget, you know, how hard it must be when you're going through that. It is women. Are going through treatment. So I've actually, even with giving back, have taken it back a little bit than just to say, hey, you're getting this because you're going through treatment, you know. I'm just trying to be a friend to them. I think more so. And sending them different cool things. I love it. And you have actually created an entire makeup line glam by Selena which we are going to talk about a little bit later. But why don't you tell me, how did you sort of get in to this? And I want to make sure that we're not that I'm now making sure that I'm calling this right, but you are. You do offer women free microblading services who are going through this treatment, right? Correct, or who've been through. So I do giveaways now it got crazy. I was offering it to everyone at first. And then it got so crazy and so now I do a few giveaways where I give away a free pair of new eyebrows. And I do a bit of microblading and ombre brows. So it's a bit of shading as well. Sometimes I feel a little bit more delicate on the skin. So how did you get into this? I worked as a makeup artist in store for other makeup companies as well as on set and biggest question was always like, oh, I hate that this has to wash off. At the end of the night, 'cause you did my eyebrows so good, or, you know, my eyelashes, my eyeliner, my lips. So strike something in me. And then glam by Selena was created. Got it. So you were getting into sort of this cosmetic permanent makeup artistry doing both what like lip blushing and then also microblading for brows. Yeah, well, so lip washing, microblading, eyebrows, and tattooing. So I tattoo a lot of them scalp micro pigmentation. Okay. Oh, I see. Was that a melon right there? The melon. Yeah, you like to always keep up, keep your skills sharp, you know? Yeah. And I have different clients that have LOP and different, you know, so but I do body camouflage as well. So stretch marks, it can be done inkless without the ink, but still with the tattoo. Machine. So I've been trained on a few things. My train all over, you know, COVID changed a couple of things that we were able to kind of do a few other things. Maybe also from home. With some international people and it's been really cool because, you know, now I'm back and forth. We were going to talk about all that in place between where. So California, Tennessee and it was North Carolina, but now we've been trying to focus here. And you're here right now, you're in Nashville. Menage Bill, yes. Okay, got it. So I was recently in national not too long ago. Awesome, awesome city. So much fun. Like, you know, music everywhere, such a great time. And then you're going to drink a California. That's nice. You're getting the best of both worlds. I know, I'm so fortunate because I have people that I meet here that are like, they've never traveled before, ever. They haven't ever gone on a plane. And sometimes we think just because we travel, you know, it's a lot, but really some people were fortunate to do it. With work, you're like each time going back and forth. Oh, no, no, no. It is very lucky thing. You know, so I do want to talk about, I love that you said now that you do sort of a lot of stuff virtually because, you know, I wanted to bring you on because again, for women who are either who maybe just found out that they have to undergo chemo, who have had to undergo chemo for people who have survived that. You know, there are certain skin care and makeup tips and things that I think that people who haven't been through that aren't even aware of. And I was wondering if you could sort of give us a sort of an overview of some of the skin care and makeup takes that you give to people. I am not so skin care, yeah, yeah. Skin care is a big thing to me because my family personally was affected by skin cancer. And that's a big role behind why I do what I do. And I had to have a big chunk taken out of my neck. So I really try to preach to people, use a physical sunscreen.
A highlight from The Top Trending Halloween Costumes For 2022 (Plus Kirbie's Mom Drops By!)
"Okay, I feel like we have to clear some air. People are accusing Kirby of not being able to pronounce words like they accuse Lee of Michelle of not being able to read. Okay, I just want to get up on my little platform and say, if I'm mispronouncing something, I'm not doing it intentionally to like, it's not like somebody's name, I'm trying, you know what I mean? It's like when you meet someone and you're trying really hard, like you try harder than most people to pronounce things correctly. And admittedly, I don't think a lot of people care, but we did get kind of, I will say interesting message on Facebook and mind you, I literally never check Facebook messages. But I got an alert from the gloss Angela's page that said, so on some message to you, they're waiting for a response. I'm like, okay, what's going on? And I saw it. And the person did correct me on how to say certain things, which I did appreciate because I'm always appreciative of those things. I wrote back and I was like, well, don't you think that I do think about those things that I do think about pronunciations and trying to get things right, especially as a journalist. And also the thing that kind of kicked it off was this person said, just like the website of le domain irritated Kirby. I get irked by mispronunciations and they went through about three or four things that really irked them about me pronouncing things. All of the words were mostly French too. I get this a lot, and I get it a lot on TikTok as well. People were so mad that I said, why not a writer instead of Winona Ryder? People, I grew up with wynonna Judd. They're like, that's a different name. No, it's not. It's literally a different spelling of the same name. It is literally the same name. Tomato tomato, everyone. We're not trying to offend anyone here. I would never think to correct somebody's well, except for you when you say, what was it? Spironolactone. That was a completely different word that I was saying. No, but actually I think you said it right. So that's bad on me. When doctor zeichner was on, I'm like, oh, so that's bad on me. That's bad on me. Listen, we're all trying. We're just drying here, okay? I am trying my damnedest over here, people. Do you think that every time Rihanna gets called Rihanna, she's like, I mean, she probably rolling her eyes, but she's not like yelling at people because half of the world calls her Rihanna anyways. Someone corrected me on that and I said, no, I know this for a fact. It's Rihanna. She says, Rihanna. So interchangeable at this point by the time the Super Bowl comes around, learn it. Okay, do you want to quiz me on some pronunciations? Yes, I feel like I shouldn't say the word though. No, you shouldn't. Okay, so let's just go through. Do you want to add any? That could be fun. That could be a fun little yeah, I'll add one. I'm scared. Don't make it French, please God. No, no. Sarah, no. Why did you get to kill you? I'm going to kill you. Okay. The first word Iran. Yeah. Thank you. Correct. I was saying Iran, which also like if you watched the news, a lot of people say it. Yes. The intentions behind the story we were reporting, yes, positive, positive. We have so much love and respect for all of the women, Iranian women, Iranian women. Not Iranian women. Oh, okay, this one's gonna get me. This one's gonna get me. This was the one that was corrected. And I still am gonna say, I always say, what do I always say? Do you say a fluent or do you say affluent? I say a fluent, but it's affluent. But I've hear people say a fluid. I personally say affluent, but I think it's one of those things that's like tomato tomato. I say affluent. I don't put the emphasis on the first syllable. And that's how I learned it. I didn't know that that was wrong. I didn't know either until yesterday. Can we get a fact check on that? Affluent. Affluent. I did go on Google and have it pronounce it for me. So then is a fluent like old English? You know what I mean? Yeah, I don't know. When I learned this word in high school, that was how my teacher taught it to me. So apologies to Georgetown high school. Okay, I say repertoire. Repertoire. I say repertoire, but it's repertoire. That's the French way to say it. I say repertoire repertoire. American English way of saying that is repertoire. That sounds ridiculous to me. I thought it was repertoire, my repertoire. I think I learned that on a Disney movie. I repertoire. Okay. And finally, Sarah really wants to get me with this one. Okay, so minor backstory, there is a public relations company. And I was talking to her about it, and she's like, what are you saying? What are you saying? And I was like, that's the name of the public relations firm. She's like, absolutely not. That is not even cool. It was done in the close. It's cap low. But I was saying kaplow. Like a comic book and literally I'm not kidding every single time I said it, I would think of that. Like I see it, like it's a kaboom plow.
A highlight from Are retinol products with the same level of retinol the same? episode 315
"Hello Valerie boy he's been a while since we've done a show, but, you know, both of us were traveling. Yes, we were. So today we're not going to answer any beauty product questions because we have been traveling traveling traveling, which will tell you guys about. But we're just going to do some of that famous inane chit chat and a bunch of beauty science news plus a retraction we have to make. What will our retraction? Well, I just did want to make sure we get a show in, so that's why we're doing it now. Retraction. I didn't hear about Denny's retraction, but we'll save it for a little bit down the road, but before we get to that Valerie. Where have you been? What have you been up to? Well, first, I want to talk about this being our 150th episode together. Wow, a 150 episodes. Wow. I'm gonna put in some sound effects right there. Yeah, yeah. Can you believe it? I can not believe it. It's been a great time. I'm so glad that you had suggested we restart the beauty brands. It's been a lot of fun. And we appreciate all of the great questions that we've had sent in. So a 150 episodes, we do about four questions, an episode that means we've answered hundreds. Hundred. 6, 600, at least. 600 questions at least. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. So what have been your favorite moments of us together? And by the way, I will say that this is just one milestone in a little bit, it will soon be to the point. I would say maybe in 17 episodes, it's going to be to the point where I am the longest beauty brains over Randy. Oh yes, that's right. The second longest running host, right? Yes. Longest co host, yeah. Exactly. That will be we will have a big celebration then, maybe I'll even write a song. And guess what, people will still call me Randy. But then again, you're Randy and aren't we all? Okay. Yeah. So do you have any favorite moments together over the episodes? You know, my favorite times are when you were describing hair coloring, but specifically I really enjoyed the henna hair coloring episode. I forget which one it was. If we were more professional podcasters, you would know an episode that, but look back in the archives, but you went through and explained that I didn't know a lot about coloring. You explained how that works and why once you do it one time, you know, it's pretty much stuck that way, right? Yeah, yeah, very hard to get out of the hair. Well, that's funny you remember that. I remember just the times we've had a good laugh over some of the questions that come in. Not laughing at the questions, but the people are listeners sharing their funny experiences. And then we'll just laugh for days about it. We do have some excellent interesting question. You know, it's always interesting to me too, because while I spend a lot of time making beauty products, I don't spend a lot of time using them. And so I feel sometimes there's this whole culture of beauty products that I'm sort of separated from. I can tell you how the chemistry works, but I can't tell you how people are using them. And that's always very interesting and illuminating to me when consumers or listeners will tell us about products that are important to them. And I look at them and I'm like, I look at the chemistry. Why are you even using it? Yeah. Whereas I'm like, oh, cool, I should put out my list. Right. Yeah. I know, I know I've always been interested in how you're a big fan of asiatic acid. As a yeah. For the rosacea pesto, yeah. Do you remember that dermatologist wrote that thing? I do remember sometimes, so sometimes it'll dermatologists say, hey, chemists love you, but you're outside of your lane here. Yeah, but I would say my dermatologist would disagree with that dermatologist. Oh, I think the thing is dermatologists can they all come to their decisions sort of different routes, right? Yeah, that's the thing about this thing about beauty science and dermatology and biology really it's not it's not science is in the way like physics, physics, you can figure out a mathematical equation and you can explain things. Biology is a little more squishy. We just say and when you talk about biology and then you talk about the psychology of beauty products, that's even more squishy. And so the advice you get, you know, we think of it from a scientific standpoint, but yeah, it's all about perspective.
A highlight from Mini-Ep 340: Carry On my Workplace Friend
"Well, look, it's official school time is back. And for a lot of kids, that means homework and after school activities. But don't forget about your monthly KiwiCo crate. I know my kids have not. In fact, they would rather be doing their KiwiCo crate than the other things. It's fun projects that are full of science and art lessons that get your kids learning and playing and having fun all at once. My kids get a tinker crate, which is science and engineering focused. They built a literal pinball machine story. What? They Bill seriously? Yeah. They so pinball game. I know it was very cool. Do I trip on it often because it's always out because they're using it? Yes, does it tell you about the quality of the thing they built? Because I haven't broken it. Also, yes. The KiwiCo creates are amazing. They're jam packed with fun projects that teach really great lessons you can do stuff like build stump rockets and kites, explore the science of trees or even engineer your own coin eating robot, I believe that is another one that has been done. In our House. The other thing I will say about what you can make with kiwi crate is it's stuff that lasts. We have art projects that my kids have done. They made napkin holders one year with a KiwiCo crate before I even started doing this podcast, we still use these napkin holders. So it's really, yeah, you really get to create cool stuff that isn't just the kind of thing you make and then toss, right? Like it's actual. Things that become part of your family history. Every month with your crate brings a new adventure and science and art, you know, like it's a lot easier to encourage your children to be innovators and creative thinkers when like KiwiCo just puts the projects together for you. Let me tell you the work. It's not a lot. Your kids will seriously not believe what they can build and accomplish with KiwiCo. Give them the tools to learn new skills, build new experiences, and make new connections to the broader world. Make this season a learning adventure every month with KiwiCo, get 50% off your first month. Plus, free shipping on any crate line with code forever 35 at KiwiCo dot com. That's 50% off your first month at KI, wi CO dot com promo code forever 35.
A highlight from 441
"Hello, hello. Welcome to fat mascara. Welcome everyone. I'm Jen. Okay, I'm she's Jack. I thought I said my name. Listen, all the time lately though, I've noticed this. People will be DMing and they'll be like, Jen, you mentioned this thing and in my head I'm like, that was just you mentioned that. And then sometimes I'll be like, Jessica really wanted us to give fall fragrances. And I was like, that was my God. So I like to remind people whose voice so that happens too, right? Not as much. My name's Jessica mountain. I'm the one who has the red hair, and then Jen is the one with the dark hair. Yo, I wish I wish every podcast did this. Every podcast with two hosts. I spent so much time when I'm listening to podcasts. That's trying to find their photos and figure out which one is. Jen has darkness. Yes. I sound like this. I do a little louder and annoying sometimes. She has the soothing voice. Yeah, I don't know. You know who I am. And then I often sometimes lately have sounded like I'm too excited and maybe on some drugs. I don't know. I get very animated and just soothes us and cracks the jokes that I laugh at. I don't think I crack jokes. But you make me laugh. So whenever I just hear myself, I take out a lot of them and we're editing, but you just hear me in the background going quiet laughing because I did realize the other day. I had so anyway, that's me. The other day. And I had the most horrible laugh. And I was like, oh my God, is that my laugh? It was hard. You know, when you ever laugh and then you hear yourself like echo and wow, you're with people. Oh, I feel like I don't make you laugh enough, 'cause I don't know. I love untrue, untrue. I think I just need to be laughing more. I need to be laughing more. Okay, let's talk about what is going on in this episode. You had an amazing interview with somebody who I need to meet, okay? I need to fall into the hands of this person. I do. Sandra lancien two, her company is treatment by legion. I hope so. She has a very authority. Yes, yes, she has a great TikTok. She's authoritative. She's one of those people that like, I would never hear Sandra up talking, you know? No, I mean, there's people. Oh, oh, that would be hard because you'd spend the whole session being like, does she want to be to say? No, that's not Sandra. She's, I mean, she's a medical practitioner. So I think that that's where that authority comes from. So she's a licensed acupuncturist and a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner based in Brooklyn, New York. And so she focuses her practice on patients who need help with their skin. So my friend Katie Becker, she actually used to be the beauty director at Elle. She used to suffer from acne and went to Sandra, and it was like over the course of the years that her skin is just completely transformed. And Sandra's like really good at working with these tricky cases of skin conditions. So that's what she does, but when I met her, we got into talking about TCM. So she explains what TCM traditional Chinese medicine is and how some of those practices have made their way into modern skin care. I'm thinking of like face rolling gua sha, will she dispels a lot of this because I feel like I was so guilty of this, frankly, I thought like gua sha was like completely pointless. And she schooled me that like what I'm seeing online is a watered down kind of like culturally appropriated version of that because it's actually a medical thing they do in TCM. So she talks about that. She does love the facial gua sha that you and I know from the gua sha tools. She loves it. It explains why it's why it's helpful, but also what it's not. So there's a lot of facial drawings. She is into guaja. She is, but she wants us to, she absolutely is, but what she wants us to understand is the context. Like, don't just go buy in a tool, not understanding what you're doing. There's like a rich history to it, and it can be done wrong when you do it on your body, which is where it's traditionally done when it's used for medical practices. So she loves it. She loves it. No, moving your face is a big part of her practice. She likes facial exercises and all these things. I think we just wanted to have a more nuanced conversation about where this came from. And why what you're seeing, sure. It's great for you, but what is it? Really? And what can I do? I can't wait to hear this, because I have been a little skeptical of using a gua sha recently. What can it actually do for you? So this is a must listen. And I also have to send this to some people, because I was kind of like, I don't need that thing. But maybe we do need these things. Should I start washing again? Should I take them out? I think we need them in the right in the right corner. The right context with the right technique. Yeah. I was with you, which is sort of why I wanted to do this. So Sandra is here. She's going to school us with regards to TCM. It's just a delight. And so informative. And here
A highlight from Mini-Ep 340: Wear Clothes, Buy Some, Feel Good
"Dory, can I tell you something kind of embarrassing? Always, okay. That's true. I didn't even know that steamers were a thing until I worked in clothing retail and we would steam the clothes going up on the floor every day. I had never used a steamer. I had never witnessed the magic of a steamer, and from that moment on when I realized that you could have a steamer in your home, my life changed. Because I am the person who pulls out a shirt, yanks out a dress that you're gonna wear and like ten minutes. And it is wrinkled to up a storm. There are wrinkles in the wrinkles. Yes. And this is where a powerful handheld steamer is gonna change your life. I mean, truly, it is self care for your clothes. And the con air turbo extremes team and iron two and one. That's right, it's an extreme steam. It's the most powerful handheld steamer. It has advanced heat technology that truly before your eyes. Obliterates wrinkles with turbocharged dry steam. Now, I use this at home. I bring out an article of clothing, I hang it up on a door, and I whip out my con air steamer, and let me tell you, it is like the fastest and easiest wrinkle remover that you will ever, ever get. And what's really cool about it, it has a very large soul plate that you can use either vertically or horizontally, which can also be used without steam as a dry iron. What? What can't this thing do, okay? Did a wizard invent this? I ask you. I honestly can not tell you what a valuable investment having a steamer is. The con air turbo extreme steam also quickly and effectively kills 99% of bacteria. So you can sanitize your curtains as easily as you can steam the wrinkles out of your linen pants. Dare I say you can steam the pants and then if you're one of those people, you can sit on your bed in those pants. Because you've just gotten rid of all that bacteria. You can refresh your clothes and your living room. To get yours today, go to Amazon and search conair turbo extreme steam and look for the steam and iron to in one.
A highlight from The Worst Thing You Can Do to Damaged Nails and the Regimen For Healthier Hands With Nail Artist Brittney Boyce (Nails of LA)
"When it comes down to the 7 free and the 13 free and now the 21 free, what's happened is originally it came out and people were like, okay, we are removing these chemicals from nail polish. That's where the 7 free and 5 three all came from. At this point, I think past 12 or 13 free what's happening is you can legally just say 21 free and you're just adding in chemicals that were never in the Polish before. Hi Kirby, hi Sarah. Welcome to Los Angeles. Welcome glam Jelena. We hope you stay a while. Apple picking, changing leaves, oversized flannels and boots. Yes, even if you're experiencing a heat wave like LA, you're probably envisioning yourself in stars hollow with lorelai and Rory Gilmore for fall. One of my favorite ways to evoke a season is with candles. Ulta Beauty has me covered with Ulta Beauty collections three wick soy blend candles like crisp Apple, which includes notes of apple blossom and pear, iced pumpkin, a sweet fragrance with sugar chai and vanilla and toasted fireside. A candle that smells like you're roasting marshmallows by the campfire, even if you're still sporting tank tops and flip flops. Browse more candle offerings in store or at
A highlight from Ouras Tom Hale and Karina Kogan: Consumers are thinking about longevity
"Hi Priya, thanks for having us and hide all you glossy listeners out there. Hi Karina, how are you? I'm great. Thanks for having me and hello to your listeners as well. Tom and Karina, both of you are relatively new to the company. Tom, you are pointed CEO. I believe in April and Karina, you're the first ever marketing officer as of late last year. Tell me a little bit about where you guys both were before. Tommy want to start? Yeah, sure. I was at a software company called momentum. We made surveys, you might have heard of SurveyMonkey that was one of our products. And I come from a software background, but decided that I really wanted to go and do some good for the world, so I wanted to join a health and wellness company. And what about you, Karina? Yeah, prior to aura, I was at peloton where I ran product marketing, advertising, life cycle, growth. So all the go to market for peloton's hardware and subscription services. So I think aura, in the fitness tracker, wellness tracker space is sits in a class of its own. How would you guys both describe the rings? Because I think there's a lot of misconceptions out there on the market. Well, I mean, the first thing is it's an engineering marvel. If you've ever seen one, it's about four grams, which is like two pieces of paper. So it fits on your body and you feel like you're not wearing anything. I mean, it's lighter than most wedding rings. And what's amazing about it is that it's with you 24/7, and it's tracking continuously all of your metrics around your health. But most importantly, your sleep when we started and sleep, and that's really where the anchor tenant of the ore of value proposition is in helping you get better sleep. Do you think that the fact that sleep is the core component of the ring kind of set you apart from say, you know, the Apple watch or Garmin's running watch or any of these other kind of fitness, wellness trackers on the market. Yeah, I think one most fitness wellness tractors are oriented around like get more activity and get going and get out there and we're like, hey, relax and recover, make sure that you're well rested. One good example of that is that the app that is a companion to the ring will actually warn you when you're getting sick and say, hey, do you want to go into rest mode and take it easy and it cancels all of your activity metrics. It's a very different approach that we've taken. Certainly the advantage of tracking overnight with sleep means actually going to really, really good baseline for your personal health metrics, whether it's heart rate, heart rate, variability, the quality of your sleep. All those things are measured in a really great way because overnight, you're asleep and you're not moving and your temperature isn't being elevated and your heart rate is being elevated. So you get a really good sense of your baseline. And that's really important because a lot of what we're detecting about your health is deviations from that baseline, which is just different from tracking steps or activities or rings. And honestly, I think it's been a huge advantage for us because it occupies a position that very few wearables have, which has really been strong in sleep, and maybe even more importantly, the form factor itself, not only is it more accurate, but it's something that you would wear to bed. And you think about when you go to bed, you're taking everything off. Well, you don't take your ring off, you get in bed, it tracks you, you don't even have to think about it with a 7 day battery life. You're not worrying about, do I have enough charge or do I need to put it on the charger at night? Where most of I think the wearables that people are used to, that's where they spend their nights on the charger. Karina, from a marketing perspective, you know, this is very different than other trackers on the market or what people are used to, you know, tracking their steps or their fitness levels. What does that say to you? What did you want to communicate to consumers or potential consumers? Yeah, I mean, as a marketer, one of the, one of your other jobs is sort of being a cultural anthropologist. And one of the things that I think is special about aura and it touches on what Tom just said is, in general, there is now a movement in culture and consumer. A move away from sick care to self care, from sick care to preventative care. And historically, when you think about how we talked about, for example, trackers, as you noted, you think about or you think about tracking anything in your health, people tended to count calories and count steps. It was all about weight loss. Now consumers thinking are thinking about longevity. They're thinking about their immunity. They're thinking about how can I live longer? How can I avoid getting sick? How can I feel better every day? How could I optimize my performance in every aspect of my life, right? It's a much broader kind of way of thinking about health and wellness. It's much less about either losing weight or when I get sick, I'm going to go to the doctor and get some medicine. And I think that's what consumers really want. They want more empowerment, they won't want control over their health. They want to know what they can do every day, the little things they can do in the habits that they can form to help them live better lives. And I think that's the consumer opportunity. That's the opportunity. That's the white space that I think aura has stepped in and done a phenomenal job and sort of helping consumers kind of engage in this sort of different relationship with their bodies and with their health outcomes. So do you find your consumers are forgetting or kind of overlooking some of those traditional tracking capabilities, like steps or exercise, which or also tracks.
A highlight from Ep. 440: What Scientists Learned from the Beauty Behaviors of 93,158 People & The Weeks Beauty News
"How's it going? Oh my God. I'm Jen. Answering the phone in the middle of the night. I hope there's not an emergency. It is an emergency. It's a beauty emergency. So Jen, Jen, I'm working from home today. Yes. But I haven't worked from home in a little while now. Because as you may have seen, I've been addicted to the coworking space. That moda has rented out during fashion week. Oh, yes, I have seen because people she's texted me like 20 times that she's excited. She's above west restaurant. She just keeps texting me about the snacks and the food. Okay. Well, here's the real deal, guys. And I think if you follow us on Instagram, you may already know this, like little bit of trivia. It is like coming home. It is a fatness. It is a full circle of fat mascara moment. The coworking space is in the same building where Jen and I first recorded fat mascara. So I feel all the warm and fuzzy is, it's the same door men, yes, door men. They remember us, it's like muscle memory. Yes, Michael. Okay. Yes, my goal looks great, by the way. It's not engaged. I have muscle memory. I press 7th floor all the time, then I have to, it's a whole thing. That's where we used to record. We used to record on the 7th floor, and here's the funny thing. The coworking space is very trendy and they have le labo pumping through some kind of vent. And I asked the girls at the front who they're like super cute. I was like, I'm sorry, I'm like, I don't mean to be weird, but is that la labo? And they both smiled at me. They're like, yeah. Yeah. Which they sent the coworking space with la labo. You better like it. Get on board if you don't fight a new space. The hotel? Yes. It's kind of great, amazing snacks. Ten out of ten recommend. I love it. Do they know though? I get my best work done there. A beauty merchandiser and you need a neutral scent palette so you can try out perfumes and things for moda. Do they know this? I'm fine. I'm fine. I feel inspired. I get like give me all the fragrance. You don't want to get there. I like lock in. I lock in and it's like I'm ready to work. I get it. I get it for those of the listeners that have been doing the hybrid thing or working from home. Yeah, it's a different line. I feel good. I feel good. I hope they keep it. Anyway, Jim, what's going on with you? How's your week? My coworkers Wolfgang, who's, I don't know where he is. But I've been out and about and back in the swing of things and taking appointments and death sides and things. And I did a little beauty experiment this week. Okay. I got, I've been so curious about these electrical muscle stimulation devices that are for toning your body. Not because I feel that I wanted body toning, but I wanted to be able to talk about it with authority to people that ask what it feels like. So I got in modes evolve X body remodeling treatment, like one treatment of it. You need three to 6 in a series to see differences. I'll link you guys to the before and afters in the show notes. I think you would like it, Jess. I really think you would like it. Where did you get it? A body treatment. So I let them do my abdomen. I'm going to put a couple of videos on Instagram this week so people can see what it is. I was in a room next to another beauty editor Alana peden and she was like, it feels like a hot stone massage. I'm telling you, it was the most warming, relaxing. This is kind of different from M sculpt and other ones where there's that violent seas of the muscle. It's like a very gentle muscle contraction and then the paddles also have RF. So you're getting a radio frequency for skin tightening, which triggers in that collagen. On top of the EMS to tone the muscles, so I like that. It was M sculpt, and it's not relaxing. No, that feels like you are doing a sit up almost, right? Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't feel like that. But offers the same results. So if that's been your husband, if you wanted to get a body part remodeled, and we're kind of nervous about what it might be like. This one's really nice. In mode of all X, they do the upper arms. If your arms are big enough for the paddles to fit on, they do that. They do butts. You can do your belly, it was interesting. I'll show you the video. I'd love to try it. I think you'll be intrigued. Okay, well, sign me up. Your fearless fearless beauty podcaster out here. Yeah. Doing doing all the things for you. Oh, yeah, it was a free sample. It was a free sample. Typically the treatments cost. I look into this for you guys. It could be for the series of three to 6 treatments, like starting at a $1000, so depending on where you live, it would be different. And the results last, like the skin tightening last permanently, but like the tone, the muscle toning lasts only as long as you don't need to. Like you have stuff that you have to like keep it back. Okay. But you do see a difference, so
A highlight from Episode 237: Whole-Assing It with Sam Junio
"Dory, can I tell you something kind of embarrassing? Always, okay. That's true. I didn't even know that steamers were a thing until I worked in clothing retail and we would steam the clothes going up on the floor every day. I had never used a steamer. I had never witnessed the magic of a steamer, and from that moment on when I realized that you could have a steamer in your home, my life changed. Because I am the person who pulls out a shirt, yanks out a dress that you're gonna wear and like ten minutes. And it is wrinkled to up a storm. There are wrinkles in the wrinkles. Yes. And this is where a powerful handheld steamer is gonna change your life. I mean, truly, it is self care for your clothes. And the con air turbo extremes team and iron two and one. That's right, it's an extreme steam. It's the most powerful handheld steamer. It has advanced heat technology that truly before your eyes. Obliterates wrinkles with turbocharged dry steam. Now, I use this at home. I bring out an article of clothing, I hang it up on a door, and I whip out my con air steamer, and let me tell you, it is like the fastest and easiest wrinkle remover that you will ever, ever get. And what's really cool about it, it has a very large soul plate that you can use either vertically or horizontally, which can also be used without steam as a dry iron. What? What can't this thing do, okay? Did a wizard invent this? I ask you. I honestly can not tell you what a valuable investment having a steamer is. The con air turbo extreme steam also quickly and effectively kills 99% of bacteria. So you can sanitize your curtains as easily as you can steam the wrinkles out of your linen pants. Dare I say you can steam the pants and then if you're one of those people, you can sit on your bed in those pants. Because you've just gotten rid of all that bacteria. You can refresh your clothes and your living room. To get yours today, go to Amazon and search conair turbo extreme steam and look for the steam and iron to in one. Hello and 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. No, but we are two friends who
A highlight from Veneers: How to Get the Perfect Smile
"My fabulous co host is doctor Stephanie doumanian. She is a cosmetic dentist and owner of the very posh. Park lex 60 dental. Welcome to the show today. Amber, thank you so much for having me. It's such a pleasure to be here with you today. I am so, so excited to talk to you today because, you know, I think so many people, you know, a smile is the first thing we notice when we look at a person. For better or for worse. And I think there's been some people who have made themselves very famous by not having a perfect smile, right? Tom Cruise comes to mind Madonna with the gap. But I do think more and more people are looking to get that quote unquote movie star smile. And so I know very popular way to do that, but there's a lot we need to know before we go down that route, right? And I'm happy to answer all those questions. Yes, there's a lot to work through on this call. So do you find that you're doing a lot of veneers these days? Well, I'm primarily cosmetic dentist. I will tend to, you know, a variety of different needs that patients have from very basic things to more involve things, but I do do a lot of veneers. People really seek that treatment out for our office because they know that we do very realistic in life like cosmetic work. So yes, we do a lot of veneers. What else? What are the hottest things going on right now in cosmetic dentistry? You know, it hasn't really changed that much over the years. I think veneers are a really big one and Invisalign is another really big one. Of course, whitening is always popular, but I'm sure we're going to get into today what causes shadows and teeth and the appearance of darker teeth and veneers is really a very easy way to get those results very quickly. Amazing. So let's get right into it. What are veneers? So veneers are restorations that fit over the fronts of teeth. And they don't just have to fit over the front, you know, if there's other issues going on, sometimes we wrap around the back, but it's essentially something that we're doing to change the appearance of a tooth and add a layer of protection generally speaking. And the ones that we do in my office are exclusively made out of porcelain. But if you go to other offices, they may be offering composite veneers, for example. We just don't do those in our office. But the porcelain veneers are the ones that we are doing. And the lab that we use is hand making them to create a natural and lifelike appearance. Okay, so just give me so much information there. So we are essentially for people who might not know you're essentially creating a structure that's going over an existing tooth. You know, you mentioned before the porcelain or composite are those that only two types of veneers for the most part. For the most part, those are the two types of vineyards. So why only pour some in your office is one better than the other? I mean, porcelain is the top of the line, you know? It's going to last the longest, it's going to look the most lifelike and it's not going to wear down with time. Composite veneers have a tendency to stain to chip to have a very matted look to them. Okay. And so a lot of patients are coming in with composite on their teeth. They have bonding on their teeth to begin with that they're unhappy with that they've had patched up over the years and they're ready for something more permanent and cosmetic. So let's now talk about why would somebody come in for veneers? What are some of the things that we can fix with veneers? There's a lot that we can do with veneers and there are many different reasons to seek veneers and sometimes my patients come in not expecting that we're going to have a conversation about veneers in the first place. I would say that most people that reach out to me want a healthy smile and people want it to look healthy as well. So if we're seeing chip teeth, if we're seeing yellow teeth forcing bleeding gums, these are all examples of something that we associate with being unhealthy. So for bleeding gums, it's simple, we're doing dental cleanings, things like that. But now if we're talking about a chip tooth or discolored tooth, we really need to mask that. And so sometimes I'm getting patients coming in with chipped and broken down teeth, and we need to talk about why is that happening? Because if we just put a veneer on there without addressing someone's bite, they're going to break that veneer the same way they broke that tooth. So a lot of times, veneer work is rehabilitated. So we're changing someone's bite to give them something that is going to be functional and beautiful and predictable in the future. They want to stop breaking things. And so veneers is a way that we can do that reconstruction in a really natural way and functional way. So can you actually just get, I thought that with when it came to veneers, it was sort of this all or nothing thing, either we are doing all of the teeth on the top, all of the bottom sort of like you would do like maybe a bridge as opposed to just like a one off. Can you just veneer one or two teeth? We can absolutely talk about that. I have been here for a patient just one, tooth. It's very difficult to get an exact match. It was someone who had broken just that one tooth and she knew that it would not match exactly and truthfully it came out excellent, but I still know it's there, so it's in the back of my mind. But generally speaking, we want to do different segments where the smile ends. The seam of the smile ends basically. And there are different places for that. So I would say the front four teeth are one seam of the smile. Behind the canine is another scene. And then the corner of the lips when you smile your biggest smile, that's your third scene. So those are places where we are hiding the seam of the veneers basically. So if we're doing the front four or the front sticks, we can absolutely do that. I'm usually doing the 6, even if it's not for cosmetics. For a bite issues, right? So if someone has chipping, I want to include those canines because it's going to give me a better bite. But if someone has a good bite and they're doing it just for cosmetics, I can do the front for. What you need to keep in mind is the more veneers I do, the less I need to prepare the teeth. And I'm sure we're going to talk about this a little bit more. But usually when we're placing veneers, we need to remove some enamel to place something on top. If I'm doing the front four teeth, I need to fill the frame of the smile. I can not now bring four teeth forward. They're going to look back. They're going to look too far forward. So if I now want those front four teeth to fit perfectly in front of those canine teeth, I need to remove as much tooth as I'm going to be adding in porcelain. But if I'm going all the way to the full seam of the mouth all the way back, I can bring everything forward. Unless there's one tooth that's so far forward and out of alignment, I would bring that one tooth back in, but the rest of the teeth, I can just add on top. And I can do a virtually prep less veneer and maintain all of that enamel for that patient. So the more I do, the more conservative I'm actually being, if that makes sense. Wow, you're kind of blowing my mind right now. And maybe it would help for you to explain to myself and to everybody listening, what is the process of sort of coming in and getting veneers? How are they applied?
A highlight from Have We Officially Hit the Celebrity Beauty Brand Tipping Point?
"Kirby, we got to see each other twice last week. Oh my God, we have so much to talk about. And I was just trying to decide if we were going to cover Adam Levine or my perioral dermatitis first. Oh my God. Well, both breaking news and now we have to talk about the fact that we saw each other in the flesh. So much is happening. There is a lot going on. I never liked Adam Levine. Oh, oh. So I heard a really interesting story about Adam Levine. So, you know, Kelly Atherton, yes, legend. Kelly adderton is a legend. She is an incredible beauty journalist. She's like a role model for herself. Yeah, she worked everywhere. Allure, I think Vanity Fair, and the West Coast editor of allure for so low. She has some stories, like she has told me some stories from behind the scenes on some shoots from the early aughts that you're like your jaw would drop. You're like, there's no way this would fly now, 'cause there were like no rules, yeah. Yeah, and everyone was just like a complete nut job. But she was telling me 'cause I went and got a facial with Cynthia Franco, who is an incredible aesthetician based here in LA and she does amazing body treatments, but I was going to her 'cause she was doing facials for cat berkey. Have you used those products before? I've used some, but I'm not giving it the full attention it deserves. And I was sad I missed the dinner last week too. There were too many things last week. There were there were. And the person that oversees all these events Caroline literally busiest woman in town. She was doing saint Jane and then she was doing cat berkey and then the outset. She was doing it all. Meanwhile, she has a 5 month old baby. I know. Wild times, but bravo to everyone involved. Anyways, long story short, cat, our cat, Cynthia was gonna do my facial with the cat berkey products, which by the way, I have underestimated that brand. Their stuff is so good. I can't wait to finish doing my skin care testing 'cause I wanna just start implementing all of these products. But Kelly said that, well, this is not news to anyone for the most part, but Adam Levine is in LA kid. He grew up in Brentwood. Like he's from a fluent family. The tracks. He went to Brentwood, and there was a girl named Jane something or another, and I'm embarrassed that I can not remember her last name because apparently she too is also like an icon alleged in the editorial space. And this girl had a choke hold on everybody get Brentwood high. That's what the album, songs about Jane is about because Adam Levine could not shake her, but she just toyed with him. And I'm like, good, I hope someone did toy with his emotions. Just like he has with his family, his dignity and his morality. I don't know what I would be more embarrassed about if I were Adam Levine. The fact that I am a terrible man who is cheating on my wife or the fact that I'm a terrible DMing the messages are just so bad.
A highlight from Mini-Ep 338: The Name Of This Episode Is Tub Pizza
"And this is a mini episode where we hear from you, we share your comments and your thoughts and we answer your questions to the best of our ability. But please remember, we are podcast hosts or non experts. We always encourage you to seek support first and foremost from a medical and or mental health professional as needed. If you would like to reach us our voicemail and text number 781-591-0390, I have the text open, you can shoot us a TikTok, someone sent us a picture of a meme, a Patagonia meme. You all know so well. Did you feel seen? I did feel well with the news that yvon chouinard, who's the owner of Patagonia that their family is basically putting all their ownership of the money that they have from Patagonia. It's like $3 billion into a trust that goes back to environmental. What's the word? And environmental sustainability. Basically, they're giving money back to the planet. I was very moved in so many people sent me the link. I thought I did post credit in my stories, yeah. Go Patagonia, one of
A highlight from Ep. 439: How Dr. Shereene Idris Became the PillowtalkDerm
"Hello, hello, welcome to fat mascara. It's interview day. Yes, hi, I'm Jen. Sullivan. Hey, what's up? I'm Jess. Okay. So we have a fabulous guest here. She is one of our very few second timers, meaning this is her wait for it. Second time on fat mascara. Thanks for explaining what second timer means, just. I know. It wasn't sure if everyone knew. It's true. It's a very elite group. She was on episode one 39 called all about eyes, still one of our top downloads, doctor Idriss. Good job. Since then, she has founded her own skin care brand pillow talk derm that just launched, which is like, why we thought it would be good timing to have her back on the show. Also, full disclosure before we get into this, I'm friends with doctor idris and I helped her with a copywriting on her website and the product naming for this line, but you guys know me that I wouldn't do that unless I actually like the products and use them. I think they're really good. So I just wanted to make sure you knew about that connection and it doesn't mean we get like a money or a kickback or anything if you decide you want to buy her products after you hear this and we're not just talking about a product, but I just want to make sure we are clear on that. So what are we talking about? I mean skin influencing skin influencers like when she first came on that wasn't even a thing and she became one of the big names in that. And in case you don't know who doctor idris is, doctor Shireen idris the pillow talk term. She graduated Magna cum laude from the medical honors program at GW and then completed a research fellowship at Harvard University and finalized her dermatology training at tufts in Boston. Now she's in New York City. She's the founder and she's not the only dermatologist there, but she founded idris dermatology, which is new also since we talked to her last time. And of course, her new brand pillow talk derm. So we're going to talk about all of that, I just realized talk and pillow talk. Yeah, this is like what she does. What we do is what she does. I just can't wait to chat with her. I know it's going to be good to connect. Well, we already recorded the episode. So we know it was good to connect, but now we're
A highlight from How Long it Actually Takes For A Rhinoplasty to Heal and More Nose Job Q's With Dr. Paul Nassif
"Doctor nassif, you're prompt, you're early. This is major. I know, I love it. I'm excited for starting her early and because I'm still not finished working. I got to get home though after to see the baby in the way. Yes, the baby, congratulations. Congrats. Well, thank you for making time for us as Kirby was saying we are so, so excited to have you on. As are our listeners, who better than you celebrity plastic surgeon. You've done all the stars, so again, we're just so thrilled. We are thrilled and according to Google best nose job in LA. I didn't know that. That's kind of cool. I thought it was supposed to be international though. Jeez. Listen, we'll make it global, but hey, LA's not bad. How many nose jobs are there in LA though? Come on, that's probably makes up like a majority of around the world. You know, doctor nassif, one of my friends came to see you, and I had obviously watched Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, I was very familiar with you and your work. Obviously loved botched, botched, incredible show, but the thing that really sealed the deal for me was that one of my friends flew from Texas to have a consultation with you because she had two essentially botched rhinoplasties. Her mother was like, if we're going to see anyone, it's going to be doctor nassif, and they flew in and they did the consult and they were like, would you be able to fix her nose after two bad rhinoplasties and you said, yes, I will take this on, I can do it. And literally her nose looks like it was given to her from God above. You can not tell, she had three rhinoplasties. Well, I love hearing that. It actually is funny inside just had right before I called you a post-op from Fort Worth and Fort Worth and I did her third run of class. I don't think it was the same person though. It definitely was not. That would, but that would be funny if it was that'd be crazy. Doctor nassif, do you know how many rhinoplasties you've done in your career? Probably, let's see. In my actual after training, so let's say after fellowship 23 years, let's say, 23 years, 10,000, 12,000 Because a lot of times, when people are looking for a plastic surgeon to work on a certain part of their face, what they may not realize, especially if they say, you know, I'm a facial plastic surgeon, sometimes they may not be doing these surgeries as frequently as you may hope, right? So like, you're doing rhinoplasties consistently. We're doing rhinoplasties consistently revision, which makes up probably about out of all my noses, I would say, first of all, noses are about 65 to 70% of my practice. The rest of it is deeply in face necklace and eyes and things like that. Out of the noses about 70 to 75% are revisions, 25 to 30% are first terms. Wow. Okay, so obviously you know what you're doing. If you're fixing a botched nose job, you are clearly the creme de la creme. I'm sure that you've seen a lot of really, really bad schnoz, okay? But we first want to break things down because there are different types of rhinoplasties. Sarah and I, we both have never had a rhinoplasty. I have always wanted a Ryan plastic. Since I was a little girl, I don't know why. I feel like my nose is fine. Oh, I know why. My mother, that's why I've always wanted to. Rhinoplasty. Your mother, your mom, bothered you by doing something? When I was growing up, she would make me like pinch my nose before bed. I love her, but yeah. I can't believe she did that. That's not nice. Trauma therapy over here, okay, doctor NASA, I'm sure you deal with that a lot. Okay, so what is a traditional rhinoplasty? And what is a revision rhinoplasty? So rhinoplasty, primary comes in for the first time and let's say, you know, you don't like the way your tip looks, you got a little bump. That means we're going to do something. That's a rhino's nose.
A highlight from Mini-Ep 337: If Life Gives You Lemmings, Make Lemmingade
"Did you know that honey bees are responsible for more than a third of the foods we eat and the honey we enjoy? Thank you, honeybees. Yeah, honeybees are great, but unfortunately, they face daunting challenges every year. Honeybees are needed to pollinate more than 90 different crops, including fruits, vegetables, and nuts. So let's use honey, protect the bees and save the planet and September happens to be national honey month. And the national honey board is teaming up with your favorite food and beverage brands to take part in honey, saves hives. Honey saves hives is a program that educates consumers on ways we can all help support honeybee hives and the beekeepers that care for them. By purchasing honey and made with honey products from honey saves hives, partner brands, you can help protect honeybees. Participating companies include Justin's Mary's gone crackers, sprecher, brewery, tco, this saves lives and tillamook country smoker. You can enjoy delicious honey centric products that range from snack bars, nut butter, jerky, beverages, including teas, and sodas. There's really something for everyone to enjoy while contributing to this great cause. Visit honey saves hives for more info. Join us in celebrating national honey month by learning more about how you can help save honeybees and their hives. Visit honey saves hives dot com for more info. Dori you know, it's fitting that I have kind of been getting back into my yoga practice because September is national yoga month. Oh, that is so cool. The timing is honestly perfect because we have an amazing sponsor aloe moves. I have been using aloe moves as part of my getting back into my yoga practice. They've got streaming on demand yoga, fitness, and mindfulness classes. This is all from the wildly popular aloe yoga leisure brand as one can assume. But it's been transforming in so many ways.
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
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
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
This Cult Haircare Company Has Launched a Beauty Line
"So i do wanna talk now about your be attended cosmetic live because we all know and love. It's a ten hair care. What made you say. Okay it's time to get into cosmetics in color you know what it's a natural progression for me. It's a natural listen. Beauty is head to toe and I really wanna create additional products with underneath the. It's a ton umbrella so to speak. That really creates anything that a woman is going to need to get ready so be a hair extension. it can be The makeup it can be obviously be attend. Has the same type concept behind it. Simple easy to use multifunctional makeup. That you don't need youtube tutorials you don't need a million brushes. Have the applicators really built right into the makeup itself. It's kind of you pick it up. It's self explanatory. you use it. And you get those fashionable grade beautiful results. We go holy smokes. I can't live with this product. Those are the kind of products. I like to create and i want to do it in the color world is well obviously so i love it too and i have to say when you say the word color like. You've got some really bold bright colors. do you think that your inspired clayton lori. Okay florida by puerto rican woman. And we just you know we can do. We can do muted as well. But honestly i'm all about the pop and especially now listen. We're still mass occasionally. We're still like having to make our eyes pop and and when you take your mask off we have beautiful lip stains that you still have some lip on even if a little bit came off in your mask instantly. We have a brown scare boom a little little applicator. You have a popping brow at a great dual chamber mascara so things that are just gonna make it really easy for people to really have those professional grade results without you know a lot of work and that's all about. We need a ten minute face nowadays. You know what are you. What is the lip product that you're using right now. Your lips look gorgeous. Thank you so that is definitely one of our. It's our lip gloss And it's it's the one that was in the new beauty box literally. The beautiful thing about it is. I'm pretty dark skinned i. I can get very pale as well but no matter. What whether i have my summer tan. When i have my really kind of winter skin this color goes with so many different skin tones. That's one thing. I'll as well a b. Attend makeup is literally all the way from say. The palest appeals to the darkest darkest everything from our foundations to our our lipsticks to our i colors. They really are super diversified. And so it's really about being all inclusive with beauty Bracing your own natural beauty. We don't have this cookie cutter kind of a Type of you know. It's only for this totally for that.
Markie Post Passes Away at 70
"So an actress You probably remember from the eighties Markie Post has died. Host is best remembered as feisty defense Attorney Christine Sullivan in the popular eighties sitcom Night Court. What is it that I do? That's so strange. Well, how about the time you drove three hours to get a Bullwinkle Pez dispenser? Yeah, A post also had roles on a B C's The fall guy and CBS's hearts of Fire. She often was a celebrity player on many game shows, including Match Game, Hollywood Squares, Our and Password Post, losing nearly four year battle with cancer. She was 70. As Christa Mayer reporting. I read a number of Facebook post from people who worked with her and said she was just a very nice lady. She seemed that way. She didn't seem like one of those people who's you know, not know.