35 Burst results for "Mascara"
Kanye West's Latest Conspiracy
"And the last few weeks he has displayed both those attributes I want to say. But yeah, another day, another crazy Kanye West story. Whether you want to believe it's a conspiracy is up to you, but it turns out some of what he said on the Tucker Carlson show the other night, the people at Fox decided not to air because, well, he just sounded nuttier than it should house rat. In addition to tossing the word Jew around like crazy, which you don't want to do in Hollywood, at one point, Kanye mentioned something really bizarre. He claimed that fake children were planted in his home to a manipulate his kids. North his daughter who's 9, saint his son, who is 6 chicagos, another daughter who's four and psalm is his three year old son. Tucker wasn't quite sure what he meant and Kanye explained. He said, I mean like actors, professional actors placed into my home to sexualize my kids. Once again, I don't know what Kanye means. I did on yesterday's Patreon describe how their four year old daughter Chicago in a clip on Instagram was wearing full on makeup. Including lip liner, lipstick, lip gloss, probably a little foundation. I bet a touch of mascara too. She was going out with her mommy. I believe they were gonna see the LA rams play. And sit up in a private suite, but I was immediately disgusted to see that. I understand little girls want to play makeup with mommy. But playing with makeup and applying it are two different things. This was applied makeup. And I can't stand when people sexualize children, especially nowadays with all the crazy creeps and pedophiles roaming around. So I'm on Kanye's side completely when it comes to this and judging the way the females and that family have changed their faces and body types with tons of procedures and surgeries and Botox and fillers and God knows what else they have their hands on before the rest of the world knows about it. It's very unsettling.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"And you're like, what happened? They're like, what? I'm that model. It's like food over here. That lipstick on my ear. So then literally eating it, touching it, whatever. So yeah, there's definitely like hungry faces and blank canvases and people with natural makeup. So there's a lot to be said about getting to know yourself. Who you are in terms of makeup and look at your face in daylight and just figuring out what works for you and what doesn't. I think that the ultimate way to be your own personal makeup artist is just to get to know your own face, really. So let's talk about your channel. Now, when we met, I think it was about maybe 6 or 7 years ago, I remember that it was at a long time event. I remember you told me that when you were starting your channel, not everyone completely got it. They didn't totally get what you were doing. And I don't totally remember this exactly, but I think there was maybe even a celebrity in your corner who was saying, no, this is a great idea. Go for it. Tell me about what where the idea came from and what the perception of what you were doing was at the time. Well, I think that I first got shown a YouTube video on a big fashion shoot. And someone said, if you see these girls, you know, in their bedrooms, they're putting on makeup and it was really early days. And they kind of got it up on the screen and everyone was watching it in a bit like, oh my God, that's hilarious, sort of funny. I was like instantly, that's punk. That's pure punk there. This is amazing. This is going to change. I remember thinking, I'm so lucky to be alive in this moment in beauty, because this is, I thought at the time, this is equivalent to what happened in the interwar years when makeup went from being something that only rich people royalty, aristocrats could afford to being available to everyone. I thought this is like the biggest sea change I've ever seen in the industry. At the time, I thought it was on par with that and now I think it's actually much bigger than that. And why did I think that? Well, if you think that the 2000 early 2000s to probably the mid 2000s was the height of the unbelievably retouched beauty image. If you look back at campaigns from that time now, they look like illustrations almost and there was a kind of I remember doing ads and things, you know, working as a makeup artist doing ads for beauty companies and it'd be a mascara and it would be like crazy claims like I'd put a full set of false lashes on and this mascara's line would be, you know, we'll make your eyelashes look 27 times longer and 60 times thicker and then you'd come on set and they'd be saying, oh, can you put more lashes on? I'd be like what another set of false lashes put on another. So it was the height of that and we just come out of that. I think like the dove campaign had just come out and so everything was felt like it might change, but we were still in that world and then to see someone on YouTube completely un commercialized in corruptly sitting there like no corruption, sitting in a bedroom with a mascara and saying, well, I've tried that and they said it was supposed to be 20 times longer, but actually it came off on me. I
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"They make waterless shampoo and conditioner really, really brilliant. You can get tons of washes out of this. Wait, do they do a shampoo bar? No, it's in a tube. It's in like a metal tube that can fully be recycled, but you can get so many washes out of it. You have to try it. It's so good. I love that because the fat mascara family has been looking and looking for shampoo bars are not dry. But this is waterless. So we're getting there. It's really good. That's good. It's only sustainable packaging like that. Do you guys know palm? It's like my favorite sanitizer and they have the cutest little pump that looks like a Sonos. What else? I mean, I'm trying to think of anything that I don't keep out, but everything people are so good at packaging these days, so nothing is really too heavy. And like Kristen S it doesn't have to be super expensive it could still look good. So my hair and I feel like my new product that I'm obsessed with. You know, so thank you for the recommendation. You know what's really good too, the crayon affair conditioner, super awesome. It's really, really good at getting tangles out. I'm so proud of Diana. She has crushed the earth. I use her towel incessantly. And yeah, what else do we got? I guess one thing I didn't that's not a brand, but I put eucalyptus in my shower, or I have like a eucalyptus spray in my shower. Like I'm really into having scent in the shower. Okay, that's amazing. I can't believe you almost left it out because that's a major spa like tip. Okay, and put the oil, the straight oil. So actually funny story. I don't know if you've been to the four season spot ever, but they have a eucalyptus spray that they have for use in the shower. So one time I was like, I just fucking love this spray. What's up? And they're like, here's a little sample, so I'm like just using the sample in the shower. With the sell it today. I think you can use it in the shower when you're there at the spa. And then they gave me a sample of it that's been lasting me. It's like this big, whatever. But I think you can buy it. I think you can buy it. Okay. Yeah. And there's also other ways of disseminating scent in the shower that sidia is exploring, but you'll have to stay tuned. Disseminating scent in the shower. I even like the way you said yes, yes. And then I'm just trying to think the other thing I love so much is catchall. I have cattles everywhere that just hold jewelry or palo Santo or anything that you have around. I have a my night table, I have them in my bathroom, wherever I have space for one, I just love a good little tray. It's like the trinkets heirlooms. I just love that concept. Good for organization. And yeah, and design. Okay, let's do the fat mascara 5 before we let you go, okay? You've given us a really serious shopping list, by the way. Okay. This was like, I feel guilty. No, no, don't feel guilty. It was really handy. I want to get to you about the electrician Bill when I move my sconces..
"mascara" Discussed on You Beauty
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"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"What I have to ask you if we're gonna talk about besame, I have to ask because obviously this is called fat mascara. And I feel like a lot of people who know the history of makeup talk a lot about lipstick, but not so much about mascara, and I know one of your cult favorite products is the cake mascara, right? Yes. Can you tell me what the history of that is? Was that what the first mascara looked like, a cake? Uh, no. Well, it looked kind of similar to that, but not really. The cake mascara really started if you remember or you seen any of these shows that talk about England in the 1800s and things like this. The first salons are the first places where you had product where the barbershops for men. So women didn't really have salons for a long time. So the only ones that could get their hair cut and styled in their beards and all this stuff were men because they had barber shops way before we had salons. So within the barbershop, men had mustaches, you know, large mustaches in this. And you know, if they had gray hair or their hair was graying and they didn't want to look older, they would take this mascara cake, this kind of cake of black cake that was made out of wax and kind of cold, dark coal, basically black, coal black. They would take this thing, and it was made out of soap at that time, like a soap base, and then black. They would take that and then they would put it on their mustache and sideburns. So it would make it darker and also it would make it lay down straight. So it would stay in place. So they could use it on their eyebrows, the mustache, and their sideburns. Right. So this is how the product kind of originated. It came. This is the first kind of use of it was in the man's barber barbershop or salon for men. Because they would use it for that. Now, at the turn of the century, Maybelline is a first one that kind of made it kind of available for women, but in also max factor did for theater before that, because it was available in the theater after this. At the same time that you had it available for men, it was available as a cake for theatrical use. And it basically looked like a brick. It kind of looked like if you picture one inch by two inch brick kind of a black, that's kind of what mascara was. At that time, and people could put water on it and paint it on, or they could kind of brush it on with something else, but that's basically what it was. And it was using theater. It was used in the barbershop and the theater first before it was used for women at all. So after that, max factors started using it. Theatrical sends, and it was used in silent film, and then it was used in that way in women in silent film to paint in browse and paint in things. And also painted lashes at that time. But it still was not a commercial product until Maybelline took that same cake and said, hey, I'm going to sell this as mascara for women to use. And then he made it smaller, put it in a nice red little case or gold little case, and made a little smaller cake on it. It made an applicator on it, and then sold that as a large beautifier that kind of was the trash beautifier. Yes, because at that point, they weren't really trying to say, oh, it's going to make your lashes huge and because it didn't really do that. It just kind of defined them, made them darker, but it wasn't like mascaras now that would give you all this volume and curl and all this. It didn't do that. But it would make them prettier. Yeah, when did we start calling it mascara? Well, it was originally called mascara with an O at the end. Oh, for the men. For the men, it was called mascara roll. Yeah. So it had bad name, and then I guess when it was sold to women, it became mascara. I mean, that's easier to say than lash beautifying. Exactly. So it was kind of evolved, I think, from the original name that was called mascara. And so the one that you created for besame sort of resembles that Maybelline one that with the small paintbrush. Yes. And what was your thing? We have come so far. We do these volumizing formulas tools, spoolies, whatever. What inspired you to recreate that ritual? Well, I think it was a combination of things. The fact that that product was very multi use was attractive to me because they didn't just use it for mascara. I remember this thing was used everywhere. You could put it anywhere, really. You could put it on your brows. You can put it on your hairline. You can put it on your sideburns. You can put it on whatever. You know, you can paint your eyeliner with it. So it was a very multi purpose type project. So it's like more of like a watercolor for your face, basically. That's kind of what it was. But that part attracted me because it's like, if I thought, hey, maybe people, instead of using three different products, would rather have one product, maybe that does all of this stuff. And then you only carry one. So I thought maybe somebody would like it. But truthfully, when I released it, I really didn't think anybody would like this product or buy this product. I thought, you know, there was a pet project. Yeah, as I think I'm the only one that's kind of keen on this formula, but I don't think most people would want to bother with this now a day is because, you know, the other ones are much easier to put on and all this. So I thought nobody would want this. But lo and behold, all these people were like very intrigued by this product and really took to the.
"mascara" Discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast
"TV, watch a little TV or maybe watch a movie. A lot of times if we do watch something longer like a movie, I'll do a puzzle or a paint my nails, those are my two hobbies. Fossils look at my nails. Yeah, or some nights I'll read, like I'll go in our bedroom and read for a while. So when I'm not crazy tired, I'll be honest, some nights I go to bed, I still have makeup on. I just got too tired. My face. That happens probably once or twice a week at the most. But most nights I do my whole little routine, which probably takes like 30 to 40 minutes, and it's like, wash my face really, really well, use toner, then I do with my moisturizer, then lately I have this serum that I'm trying that's color correcting, like it is for melasma. So I have melasma, and I got like a very special kind of expensive facial recently and they had these different products and I decided to try one. So I'm trying that. And brush my teeth and I use my teeth whitener. Oh, I've also been using these things. They're called frownies. Have you ever seen this? Oh, yeah, I have. Yeah, so I put those on my forehead 'cause it's like, I have little wrinkles, but it's honestly it's more that my melasma like mimics the lines in my forehead. So I feel like it's really the melasma, but at any rate, I put these frownies on and I try to do that right before I go to bed because they look very funny and always laughs at them if you see them because they are very funny. So that I sleep with those too. So I kind of have this whole nighttime routine that's self care and if I'm really tired, it feels like a chore, but if I'm not, then it feels really nice. It feels like a little at home spa time. And I'm still using my rice heating pad all the time because it is starting to get warmer and be spring, but we're not quite there yet, so I still warming up my rice heating pad before I go to bed. That's awesome. Yeah, okay, my trick is if I am tired or in a bad mood, I wash my face really early in the evening. You know, like wash all my makeup off. Sometimes I do it right after work. Yeah, that is like my worst nightmare to sleep in mascara. I hate it. So and it also gets.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"It's time to raise Iran and we have a good one from Charlotte from Melbourne, Australia. Hi, Jess and Jen. Just calling in to say how much I loved your most recent episode about fragrances that acquired nostalgic. Especially looking back at SJP's lovely, I recently repurchased that based on your podcast because I loved that so much and it reminded me of it. But I'm just calling it to raise a wand about another fragrance. My friend recently got me on to Zara's fragrance, magnificently Dubai. And it is such an amazing fragrance. It's warm and spicy and leathery and it just smells amazing. And it's such amazing price point as well compared to other things that are similar on the market. So yeah, I think you should check it out. Okay, thanks, bye. Charlotte, thank you. I hear Zara's fragrance line. Low key, people are loving all of their fragrances. And they have a lot. So I'm going to go check out that one magnificently Dubai. Thank you, Charlotte. If you guys want to share your razor wand with the rest of the fat mascara fam, you know how to do it. You email us at info at fat mascara dot com to send a little voice memo. You don't even have to put anything in the email just send me a voice file. I know what to do with it or call us 646-481-8182 here in the states and tell us about a product that you love. Chess. What do you got for me? I am really excited to share this one with you because I've been using it for months and I keep coming back to it like I'll use it and then I just try different things so I'm like, you know what? I really liked this one. I wrote about it for Harper's BAZAAR about 6 months ago. It's awesome. It's by a brand called soma Ayurvedic. It's a newer brand. It's, again, it's pretty obvious. It's based in Ayurvedic skin care. It is the vitamin C serum with citrus and rose. It has a very oily texture like an oil, isn't it oily, it's an oil texture. It's very comforting on the skin. Obviously it has a vitamin C the roses in there, but it doesn't smell like rose, so I guess it has a softer scent versus like a bright citrusy thing. It just really comforts my skin and since I've had a very bad cold sinus infection, I don't need to know about that right now. But my skin is really raw and feels awful. And this is the only thing that makes my skin around my face. You know, when you don't feel well, your skin feels raw and awful. Yes. It's only thing I want in my face right now. I feel like that's what Ayurvedic is all about. Fixing you up and comforting you. It's super comforting for something with vitamin C to be like. That's what I was gonna say. Usually vitamin C is like the textures aren't always so nice, you know? No, it's a beautiful texture. It's a $118. It's a luxury product, but it feels gorgeous and it keeps my skin glowing. I love it. I love that for you. Soma Ayurvedic. What do you got, Jen? I have a mascara that is inching its way into my new favorites. This happens. Once every three years, it's the whole premise of the podcast. Yeah, I think you've only mentioned probably I can count on one hand. Yes, okay. I actually told you guys I was testing it. Simi Hayes mascara. It's a two bird. It's a tuber. It's a tubing mascara. Here's what I'll tell you. If the blink tubing mascara is just like kind of there, but not there like the glossier. You know, your lashes get darker. If the thrive cosmetics, which I still love, that's the volume. That's the drama volume thickening kind of tubing mascara that doesn't smudge. Simi Hayes lengthen. They don't quite sell it as this, but let me tell you, this tubing mascara when you swipe it outwards instead of applying a mascara up toward your eyebrows. If you angle the wand and swipe outwards, you get this nice little wing on your outer corner lashes, and then the best part, even if you have a heavy lid, a hooded lid, a little texture around your eyes, it doesn't smudge. It sure is a tuber, and unlike the blink, it doesn't come off in weird little pieces. It sort of just when you wet it sort of just crumbles off or let me just tell you, if you worry about smudging, it does not smudge. I have to try this. Such a good mascara and very clean formula. It swipes on without a lot of drama if you like. If you have tiny lashes too, I feel like sometimes the more volumizing formulas might be a bit much for you. Oh yeah. But this one, I think, is definitely worth a try. And I'm impressed that it came from semi heave which I think of as like a cool trendy brand, but this is a workhorse product. Do you know what I mean?.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"With taizo, you'll actually look forward to putting on your sunscreen every day. Their products are cruelty free, reef safe, plus they're free of parabens gluten fragrances, dyes, and phthalates if you're concerned about any of those ingredients. Now they have a special deal for fat mascara listeners, go to taizo skin dot com that's TI zero skin dot com and use the code fat mascara 15 at checkout for 15% off your entire order. Again, that's taizo skin dot com and use the code fat mascara 15 for 15% off your order. Just you know the more I tried beauty products, the more it's become important to me that the brands I buy from and I work with are bigger than beauty. They have something behind it. They mean something, have a cause. That's why I love thrive cosmetics. For every product purchased, thrive cosmetics donates to help women thrive. No matter what causes are important to you, I guarantee you they support them. Women emerging from homelessness, surviving domestic abuse, fighting cancer, and more. Plus, the products are good. No parabens, no sulfates, no phthalates, 100% vegan, high performance, cause is in the name for a reason. They're so good. Can I tell you about two that I really love? Please do. It's really important for me to look awake lately in these two products are bringing me back to life. I start with the defying gravity eye lifting cream. It lifts it tightens. It brightens. It's so fantastic. And it's very softening and soothing. Then, you know, I love a one step product. They have this brilliant eye brightener and it's a cream to powder highlighter stick that I just swipe on my lids. I pat it on and it makes me look like I had a restful sleep even when I didn't. Oh, good combo. Now is a great time to try thrive cosmetics for yourself. Right now you can get 15% off your first order when you visit thrive cosmetics dot com slash mascara that's thrive cosmetics, C, a, USE, MET, ICS dot com slash mascara for 15% off your.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Away, well, I have a really, I'm really into local news that's just like a sidebar about me. Oh my God, you guys should see here with that app. What's that app? It's always pinging. Citizen app. But no, this is not as on the ground. She literally knows that dog that went missing four houses away. Don't worry, it's been fast. I'm like boots on the ground with what's going on in New York and the surrounding area. But this is really relevant to the beauty world. We know that smash and grab crime is on the rise, especially in New York and other major cities in luxury boutiques. But when I read that they are hitting beauty boutiques and days spas, this is a then it got personal. Is this the beginning? Is this the origin story of your superhero? A superhero I thought about. This is when Jessica becomes makeup man. I'm standing on the side. First of all, I'm not sure realizing this. This is really scary. I'm not trivializing this. This is very serious. This is very scary and it really bugged me and I just felt like I should share this with you. The rescue spa on 19th street in Manhattan, they are known if you love beauty. If you're a big beauty fan, listening to this, you might know it. They are known for their famous facials and their bilayer. Was hit by three masked crooks on a Saturday afternoon broad daylight, plain as day, according to yes, this is where I got this news. The New York Post, they hit at two 40 p.m., according to the police. Wow. The trio took $3129 worth of products from the shelves before heading for the exit according to police. The products included perfume, hair perfumes, hair brushes, and other quote unquote convenient items according to the CEO, Jennifer labs. Yo, there's a P 50 black market because I know that rescue spot does a lot of business for shares. Also, yeah, that's very scary, broad daylight. Sorry to the rescue spa. Yeah, I've heard of luxury stores getting hit, you know, up and down have not heard of any spas. So pretty scary, I'm glad that everybody is safe. Okay, Jen, are you ready to enter the metaverse? Sure, as soon as I figure out what it is. Well, yes, let's do it. Let's go. Well, Estee Lauder has dove right into the metaverse. They were the exclusive beauty brand partner of decentralized metaverse fashion week. And there they debuted their first NFT. It was inspired by their iconic advanced night repair, and there they awarded up to 10,000 of these NFTs for this virtual fashion event. Users were able to go inside the advanced night repair as Brown apothecary bottle. This is all virtual inside the metaverse, receive the wearable NFT, which PS was created by Alex Fox, the makeup artist, creative director who, if you remember, was the big cheese at ila mascot, which is one of my old school. And one of my hair inspirations. Yes, when I met her was when I decided to stop dying my white hair. Well, that's the real story here. So go Google Alex box. She's gorgeous and has style for days. So chic and creative. So your avatar can get their wearable NFT created by Alex box. It's all very meta. It's all very new. You want to get in on this by the time we listen to it. I'm sorry. You've missed the boat. But the point is, things are happening. And we must get on board. It's so funny. It was a big event this weekend, but I just picture there was no physical event. It was just like, we've got fomo, you've got meta fomo. I did not go, but I should have, yes. It's happening, Jen. It's happening. All right, next meta event I'm there by the NFTs, put in crypto, my crypto wallet. The future is now. And on web three and doing decentralized beauty trades with the fat mascara listeners. In the metaverse. Okay. Anyway, I'm going to leave this news moment with a let me leave you all with a sense of hopefully optimism. Okay? By God, we need some optimism right now. We are getting closer to ending hair discrimination in the USA, at least legally. I'm hoping. Now we have talked about The Crown act on fat mascara. The Crown act stands for creating a respectful and open world for natural hair. Act. Now, some states have already banned discrimination based on one's texture style, but this is not yet a federal law. Some states are into it, some states are not. Yes. As we've added states over the last couple of years, we've been telling you as each state gets at it. What's going on now? Well, however, the house recently passed a bill that would ban race based hair discrimination at work, federal programs, and public accommodations. The bill is now going to head to the Senate for a vote. So it's a little bit of a wait and see. I'm feeling optimistic and just a reminder of why this bill exists, I'm just going to leave you with this quote from congresswoman Gwen Moore, which I really think sums it up. She said black women, men and children, face discrimination for wearing their natural hair texture and experience serious obstacles at work and school because of it. On top of that, black women in particular face pressure at work to style the hair in a way that's considered more acceptable because too often, the consequences for not doing so are real and deeply felt. We are certainly going to update you as things.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"And welcome to fat mascara. I'm Jess. I'm so excited to be back. Who's that? Jessica matlin, my fearless co host. Welcome to fat mascara. I'm Jen. Welcome back. Fearless. I like that. I don't know about that. World's pretty scary right now, but I'm happy to be back home and talking about beauty and hopefully providing a little escapism for the moment. Welcome. I missed you last week, but Priya and I had fun without you. We tried to. Yes, I really enjoyed that. I really enjoyed that. Thank you, Priya for filling in. I know she's a busy gal. Yeah, and here you are. And you're bringing me news all the way from Europe. You were away because you were in France, right? Yes, yes. I was in France. I had the glorious opportunity, a real privilege to travel with the fine folks at Chanel Butte, bote, and I went to be a read, to I can not reveal too much about my trip, okay? It will all be writing a story, aren't you? It will all be revealed in Harper's BAZAAR. Will you tell us on the podcast when it comes out so we can see what the heck we're doing in tandem tandem with, but I went to learn more about Chanel sourcing, Chanel skin care, and Chanel, culture, stay tuned for that guy. Yeah, it's a hard living. It's a hard living. Well, welcome back. We did miss you. Thank you for doing the news and bringing us that. And then we're going to raise a wand and be on our merry way this week. Sound good? Yeah,.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Hey everyone, it's Jess at fat mascara. Oh, it's Janet fat mascara. That's right. What's going on? And each queue. How you doing? I know. I feel like we're just citing my email address. Yes, we are talking about beauty today. Thank you for joining us at the old FM. The FM headquarters. Hi everyone. Yeah. How are you? How are you doing? I've changed, huh? Life is changing, yes. We are recording an IM mentally shaping up for return to office life. Are you fully like you're going to be in an office 5 days a week now at Harper's BAZAAR? Not 5 days a week, two days a week. They are, I guess they're kind of priming us. So they eventually went easy back in. Yeah, they want to get to three days a week. But it was funny. I was just talking to a colleague, and today she is like, I think she was rushing me to get some stuff into her. And she was just very Frank that today and tomorrow are filled with beauty appointments. Oh, so she looks good. She goes back to the office. Honestly, since I became self employed right about when it lined up with the pandemic, starting two years ago, I honestly think all of my work appropriate clothing might be out of fashion now. It's definitely not Harper's bizarre level fashion. Are you going to go shopping? What's the story? There's no time to shop. Time to shop, please. I think you should come back. I've been watching the dropout with Elizabeth Holmes. I think you should come back with just one signature look, Jess that you wear every day. And that'll just fix that problem. My signature look has been a black turtleneck. I literally have a black turtleneck. Amazing. Yes. Yeah, I mean, it's not intentional, but that has been my go to, a black turtleneck and leggings or little sweat pants. You know, my first boss when I worked at Sephora, she wore black flare pants, mind you. This was the early odds and the flare pant was very hot. You remember they're hot now. So and a black turtleneck every day. I think I didn't notice until maybe the third week when I asked one of my colleagues, hey, does she wear the same outfit and they're like, yeah, that's her thing. And I was like, genius. It took me three weeks to realize a woman wore the same outfit. And I'm pretty observational. Observatory? I think what I'm looking for. Thank you. Thank you. I'm real good at words, too. I think yeah, I think that a uniform is the way to go. I just go to fell into mine. It's a classic. I think I'm built for speed these days. But what do you have a makeup uniform? Oh, you know me. It needs to be mascara. Speaking, I'm testing a new tuber. As you all know, I'm tubing mascara fan and there are not that many out there unless you go to Japan, which I haven't been anytime soon where they have hundreds of options. Simi Hayes, do you know that brand? Oh, I love some haze. Yeah. They just launched tubing mascara. So I'm not ready to raise a wand to it yet, but I am trialing it right now. And we'll see if it compares to the thrive cosmetics, Kevin. Link? Yes. Okay. I love their trialing for razor wand. Yeah, of course..
Boris Johnson Says Russia Is Plotting to Use Chemical Weapons
"Prime minister Boris Johnson says the reason Russia is talking about bio labs in Ukraine is just lay a pretext for the use of chemical or biological weapons. Big key one other prediction, by the way, which is that the stuff that you're hearing about chemical weapons. This is straight out of their playbook. They start saying that there are chemical weapons that have been stored by their opponents or by the Americans and so when they themselves deploy chemical weapons as I fear they may, they have a mascara of a fake story ready to go. And you've seen it in Syria. You saw it in even in the UK when this is what you expect next then. Look, I just note that that is what they're already doing. It is a cynical barbaric government I'm afraid.
Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78
"Singer singer Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector and and the the Ronettes Ronettes has has died died after after a a brief brief battle battle with with cancer cancer according according to to her her family family she she was was seventy seventy eight eight I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her life life and and career career Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector wrote wrote in in her her memoir memoir back back when when the the run run outs outs were were known known as as Ronnie Ronnie in in the the relatives relatives they they had had yet yet to to have have a a hit hit so so they they wow wow to to their their audiences audiences with with tight tight skirts skirts and and lots lots of of mascara mascara the the audition audition for for Bennett's Bennett's future future husband husband and and ex ex husband husband producer producer Phil Phil Spector Spector in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty three three he he produced produced their their heads heads be be My My Baby Baby baby baby I I love love you you and and Christmas Christmas songs songs like like sleigh sleigh ride ride Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector had had a a resurgence resurgence in in popularity popularity when when Eddie Eddie money money featured featured her her on on his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty six six on on take take me me home home tonight tonight a a movie movie based based on on her her autobiography autobiography is is in in the the works works
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Think for many people, it's tolerated fine. Yeah. So before we let you go, you mentioned that you're developing a face cream. So I'm curious just 'cause you're a hairline, what was there like a personal? I'm ready for a story about your sister of like, when my sister needed a face cream, which really needs you needed to face cream. Well, actually, so we do yes. I haven't been able to find for me when I design a product. It's got to be non comedogenic non irritating and clean and then just have like really amazing function. And so I think that there's room for great skin care that meets those criteria as well. But the story behind scenes skin, which I'm not sure if I'm supposed to be talking about, but I'm already telling you about it. So we did a study on acne study with scene. And we gave people 27 people as a dermatologist granted study seem to use for 8 weeks. And the results were pretty astounding. 70% of people with body acne had their acne improved just by changing their hair products to see and 52% with face acne had improvement. And so we just have so many people who have their skin improve either with acne or or and then they say, well, what else should I be using? Totally. Yeah, so that you figured out the key for that and not, you know, why not move on to skin care? So what are some of your other I know you get your hair smooth. I'm just curious about your personal favorite. Well, I actually first, I first did it for the first time. Well, clearly, you're happy with it. I'm happy because, you know, I created scene like I actually am not believe it or not like a big, you know, I don't like to do my hair. And so for me, you know, especially as the working mom of three, now I can do it in 5 minutes or less. That's a beautiful thing. And seeing is also a two in one. It's like gray hair care and good for the skin. It's like, you know, it's just highly. It's just more for you. And so I love that. What about your sunscreen? I've never met a derm who doesn't have like a bunch of favorite sunscreen. Yeah, I do have a favorite sunscreen. I just love this SkinCeuticals. They have their physical sunscreen that SPF 50. They have the one that comes tinted or the white one, I love it. Yeah. And any other makeup favorites like a mascara, any of your color products? You know, it's funny. I do love mascara, but I love there's a eyeshadow called scintillans by Chanel. I just love it. It's just got like a sparkle to it. Is that a single? It's like, yeah, it's like a little tub, and you just it's kind of like, I don't know what you call it. It's not like a totally dry eye shadow. It's a little oh, yes. Yeah. So I love that cream pot cream. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. And then I love in terms of other skin products, CE for Rolex. I think really works. It just brightens. And a good mascara for sure. I still use lancome to finish cells. I've tried so many. I love hourglass too. Oh, yeah. No, that's a classic. Yeah, I know. It just works for my lashes. What's your favorite mascara given given this in the thrive cosmetics? It's a tubing mascara. Everything smears on me. So the tubing mascaras create like a little like polymer wrap around your lashes instead of just like a standard ink kind of mascara. But they freak people out when they wash their face sometimes 'cause it looks like, oh my God, it's my lash falling out, but it's just like the little tubes coming off, you know? Yeah. It's like when you ever gotten lashes put on and then you wash your face and the lashes come off. You're like yes, but this is just like the little formula that looks like lashes. But yeah, that's a really good one. Yeah, I'm just always curious because people that work in the aesthetics world obviously have done their homework with beauty products. Yeah. So before we let you go, we do this fat mascara 5 at the end of every interview. So you are going to be subjected to it. What was the first beauty or grooming product? Do you remember falling in love with? It's really not very sexy, but I remember just discovering benzoyl peroxide. So I'm the kid of immigrants. And when I had acne, I was not taken to the dermatologist. Sorry, mom dad, you're the best parents, but wish you took me the dermatologist for acne. And I just remember discovering benzoyl peroxide and being like, wow, this could really change my skin. So that really was my first beauty discovery. Do you remember what was it like the clear sill or it was like axio clear sella and I would leave a white layer. Yeah, yeah, yeah. A white layer, like all I would like to do like a mask with it at night. Oh my God. That's your skin now. It would probably be so dry. Yeah, it would be very drying. It would. So if there's one rule you wish everybody would follow, what would it be? You know, I think I'm gonna give two, but definitely be kind, but I also think just like be yourself, like, you know, I think just be radically unabashedly yourself. I think that's what I try and teach my kids. Don't conform, you know, I think that's just the best way to live. Yeah. What's your favorite snack? I love peanut butter pretzels, gluten free ones. Like peanut butter filled, like the little. Yeah. Okay. Who makes gluten free peanut butter filled products? This brand called Quinn, QU INN, super good. I was like, there's no way she doesn't have a specific friend. But not a low calorie food just a warning. Of course, it's exactly. So what's the most played song on your phone or your playlist right now? Yeah. So my 7 year old son and I love Ed Sheeran. So it's bad habits. How old are your kids? 7 is what? I have 7, 12 and then almost 15..
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"It's like a musky scent, maybe a little violet, maybe like tiny bit of like a woody base. But beautiful line, it doesn't get any play out in the U.S. right now. The beauty line does not get any play. So I don't know why, but I don't know. So everyone should be writing about it. It's freaking awesome. So I'm la prolo. I'm on board and I'm smiling because this is why you come to fat mascara. You get the Jess version and the gen version of sometimes the same concept. Stop it. What are you gonna write? I am raising one to a musky fragrance. It is not confirmed before. We do not confer befores from oh my God. All saints. And my $79. So here we go. You've got like the chic a lot of silks and laces, la per a lot of crazy. By the way, you come up with it. I just want to be my first gift card. Come over to my world where you go to all saints a little overpriced, but definitely less less expensive line, lots of black leather. It's like chicken leather. Urban plaids, oversized sweaters, it's like grunge, whatever, all saints completely like the Jen and Jess side of branding, if you will. It's so funny. More or less? Yeah. So their new fragrance called concrete rain is a skin Musk fragrance. Believe it or not. This is crazy, isn't it funny? I love it. It's crazy. I know. So they call it a woody aromatic. And it does have a rain accord on the top, but it is not aquatic, 'cause you know how we feel about aquatic. We were in agreement on a product fragrances. But the middle is an Auris concrete. That's the I believe that's the root of the iris bowl. It's like a it's not floral. It's powdery and musky. And then the base essential Musk cashmere Woods. And I feel like whenever you hear cashmere was, you'd last. And black cottonwood. So it has a little bit of crispness, more so than like the glossier, probably the la perla another one that you mentioned. But then it dries down to a really soft like, yeah, like I'm wrapped in, well, in this case, I'm probably wrapped in some wool and leather, whereas your wrapped in silken lace, but you can survive. Yeah, it's still so good. And this one's called concrete rain, which is an opposite name from like my day. So funny. My day just makes me laugh. I just think it's like it feels the most like a poise path. What?.
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Razor ones to no panda eyes, because it does what it says on the tin. Thank you. Hope you have a fabulous day. Anna, that is so tough. Can we fat mascara fam come in? Come in come and gather round. Everybody get close. Get close close. We're gonna give you a fat mascara family hug. That is so tough. I am squeezing her virtually. Yeah. Yeah. Just like my eyes. My eyes, too. Because I feel like there's this intimacy with our listeners and I want you to know Anna worth thinking about you. That must be so tough. I know you missed him. That's really tough. But I also just love that you were like, in my misery, I'm going to share this great mascara with my other friends at fat mascara. We really appreciate you. And having you as a listener, she's just one of those people if we had listener party today. I'd want Anna there. We'd hang out with her. We need to do another virtual one, because even if we did one here in New York, it would still be just our New York City. We need out of there. Okay. We do. All right, Jen, do you want to kick it off or do should I do? I would even everybody knows how to share a raise of one, right? At this point? 6 four 6 four 8 one 8 one 8 two call and leave us a voicemail or email us at info at fat mascara dot com. You can also send your questions to info at mascara dot com. Why don't you go ahead? Raise your one. And a reason why? Okay, so I last week, I think I talked about a week or two ago I talked about the wonder skin eye cream, the little kind of influence to me. I ordered it. You like it? Not eye cream, the face cream that is. Need cover up again. Okay, okay. You didn't over promise that much. Yeah. They make a great eye cream. That's what I was thinking about the eye cream too. And I just talked about that. I just did a little video and I'm going to link it in our Instagram. The little video for the video. I wanted to dress as Harper's BAZAAR by the time routine video. I did a nighttime routine video of the Harper's BAZAAR has this go to bed with me. Going to bed with me. So that's not what I'm raising one too, but just really quick. I did not thank you. A little mini won, it's not that in there. A harpers bazaar go to bed with me video. They do all kinds of great videos with celebrities and stuff, but sometimes they'll do editors. So I just did one, and if I'll put a link to it on our fat mascara fan Facebook group and you please join because all kinds of good stuff in there. But you'll see some razor ones in that video. But one of them that I didn't mention, well, there's a bunch of raised ones in there. It is also, by the way, a Harper's BAZAAR. I do is not a fat mascara video. So they're just product recommendations. So you'll get a final baby. Yes, exactly. I do have two lives. There's this there is this body cream that I've been really reticent to mention on fat mascara because it is so ludicrously expensive. But I just want to talk about the body cream. I just want to talk about the lime because I was going on and on about it in the video and I was like, it's feel badly that I've never mentioned it to my fat mascara fam. And like if you watch the video, probably like, girl, why don't you talk about this? But I need to talk about it. The la perla beauty line is amazing. And I wrote about it in my news page for bizarre in September. But I've never told you about it. The la perla line, the lingerie line, they launched a beauty line in September. I've been wearing the fragrance called my day. Basically, I would say four out of 5 days. It's like $200 or something. I get more compliments than that probably more than any fragrance I've worn in 5 years. And then there's also a body cream. Now, the body cream that I mentioned in the video is a $150. I know, it's crazy. It comes in a big tub. You don't need a lot of it. The tub looks like it's carved out of ceramic. It's not it's a plastic, but it's gorgeous. And it's really expensive, because it's freaking la perla. And it says if you read the description on the website, you laugh, because it's like, and it sets like the stage for any perfume on top. No, this could be your perfume for the day. If you want to do it in the morning or if you were in the night, your sheets will take on the smell. It's like a musky kind of reminds me of, don't get mad Donna Karen. It kind of reminds me of like cashmere missed. It's that kind of like skin set. So if you love glossier or Donna Karan Kashmir miss, it's that kind of scent. That makes sense? Absolutely. And the same thing with la perla my day. Fragrance, it's a skin set..
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Celebrity. It is Addison Rae. Do you know who she is? Not my demo, but yes, I understand who Addison Rae is. Right. So she was like, and then number two TikTok popularity person. I just sounded like an old when I said that. But you know what I mean? She's a creator on TikTok who got famous when it was still musically because she did a lot of lip syncing in those dances that were like hot like four years ago. And then parlayed that into TikTok. And now an actual singing career. So I had one of those zoom celebrity group meetings with Addison Rae. I am fascinated. I can not relate to this woman at all. First of all, she's 20. And I don't think you're supposed to. I think it would be a problem if I think we'd have to have a talk. Well, I really say on that note, Billie Eilish isn't that much older. And I was standing there. I related to her a lot. I watched her documentary. I find her talents, very impressive. I like her values, but Addison Rae, I just don't think I align on her interests or values. Billie Eilish transcends. They're not even in the same. I wouldn't. They are. Except that they both have fragrances. I just was fascinated at what it says about culture that this woman is the most popular probably person with a 20 something young 20s and teens. Anyway, so she came out with a fragrance line. Let's talk about the fragrance design. Because I actually think it's pretty cool. I'll tell you that. Here's why. First of all, the packaging, I brought some show and tell for you. Awesome. Here's the packaging. It is, hold on, let me hold on to it. Okay. Wait, hold on. Orb? It's an orb, yes, but I'm not showing you well because there's a heat component to this. And as we all know, I have raynaud, so I have like corpse fingers. So they're cold all the time. Hold on. Did you see? Okay. Yeah,.
"mascara" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"And I think it's like still, which is the French word for eyelashes I think, and I'm sure they pronounced it differently. I forget the specific name. Yeah, I put that on first, but I have been wondering how this would work if I didn't put that on. And I have a feeling it would be just as good. I put a lot of codes with mascara. So I just kind of like keep putting it on it. Okay. I feel like I've achieved maximum eyelashes. I do find as well. I think part of my switching and loving this one is because I'm doing so many zooms. Like really defined, it gives like a sort of it's like a delicate but very defined look that I liked back in back in the day where now I just want like extreme, you know, volume. You want to look awake. You want to look awake on the camera? Yeah, no, no. That's huge to say, I'm intrigued with what you're saying. Yeah, like I'm paying attention and this could not be more interesting. Yes. I get that statement. Yeah, I don't wear a ton of mascara because the taking it's impossible to take off and days later, I'm still finding some under my eyes or whatever, or it is, it comes off right away. I've never been able to find a happy medium. You have got to try this one because like I said, I've never tried to remove it exclusively with just water, but sometimes if after I take all my makeup off, I feel like there's still some on. I will just like gently rub my eyelashes with water and it does come off. Okay. Okay. And this little black chunks in my sink. That's but it's better than having liquid black stuff. Well, right. I mean, now I'm so intrigued by tubing. I was just like, oh, it's either in a two birds in a, what else did I think of mascara came in? I don't know. But again, these are the things that I'm like, I will have this I could not possibly Google it. I'm just like this will just be an unanswered question forever. Forever, I'm like, what's tubing mascara? But I couldn't be bothered to look it up. So this is very ironic. Your job, your job doesn't involve. That's not my job. Yeah, but you know, but like, you know, no, it's not my job. It's not my job to hike. And it's not my job to Google. I'm just watching a Law & Order. And now I'm looking at Christmas trees online. Okay, how much does this mascara cost because I feel like it's expensive? It's $24. That's do you not think that's expensive? Yeah. I do compared to a drugstore mascara. However, I feel like, while I was looking the other way, department store mascara is just started increasing their prices because I can remember when the aforementioned definite sells was under 20. And I feel like now it's like, I'm pulling this out of my ass again, but I feel like it's like $25, even though it should be 19. Those prices keep going up. Yes. Those prices keep going up. I mean, look, gas is over $5. Of course, mascara is over 20. Yeah. I will say it seems to last a long time. I don't have a peer reviewed study, but you can see it's a kind of a big tube, and it does seem to last a while..
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"I'm Jessica mountain. How's it going? It's going pretty well. We have a good show planned. I do have to say the democracy is over. That mascara is a democracy a lot of the time. When it comes to states, I was like, did I miss a CNN news alert? I got a job. You never know. You never know what the state of the world today. No, so red are sound engineer and I are like, you know what? We did it for a month with the news music. Let's find some new news music because that one was not cutting it. So we have new intro music or to do another test round, see what people think of that. And I'll do the news for you. And what are you talking about? You got to so I'm going to be talking about acne scars. We had a listener question, but not the first inquiring about what can really be done at home about acne with acne scars. So I spoke to a couple of the biggest experts in the field, not much can be done at home. And we're talking about the textural scars by the way guys, not just the dark marks, like the hyperpigmentation. We're talking about like, right, this is like the hawk Mark, if you will. Yeah. Yes, about pitting about the kind of like real indentations in the skin. So I have some good news. I've got some bad news and I've got some real practical news you can use if you want to head to the derms office. So very exciting stuff. Oh, see, so it is a democracy in a way. You asked a question. We took your suggestion and we are solving this issue for you. We're just not going to let you pick the news music. So what is that? It's interactive. I like to think of it as interactive, you know? It is. On that note, all right, here comes the news. Here's a new trial. Let us know what you think. Yes. Yes. Not two.
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.
My Teen Makeup vs. TikTok Teen Makeup
"Was so desperate to wear makeup in middle school. All my friends started wearing make up before me and i had very conservative parents. My dad was just like your horror. If you were and i was like can i just wear mascara for picture day. That and i think. I was allowed to wearing it when i was like thirteen. Which now's an adult. I'm mike bet. Seems reasonable actually. There are thirteen. Year olds are children on instagram. That can beat face better than the drag queens unruly astounding takes has done for the previous culture. It's really remarkable. Really is the makeup on tug is so intimidating. It's crazy yes and like you. I like to watch the ones where they do. The transformation because it starts completely blank obviously and then by the end you almost forget what they look but then the video starts and they're acting all time they do a dialogue from scene. Or something yeah. I wish i didn't have a job. Because i feel like. That's my bread and butter. I would be killing that. Oh my god of the teens in their parents house living. Off their free rent alabama barker is my actual ceo icon. Some of these kids will lip sync my jokes from the number of special and they're doing incredible makeup during it. Okay well i don't have that scale so you just feel bad about yourself or really hot girl will like lip synch your bit and get way more views than likes and you're like oh could have been like this gin so much more successful but yes i think mascara was probably the first thing i ever bought and snuck it to school before i was allowed to wear it. Officially
Target Begins Ulta Beauty Mini-Store Rollout
"Heard news. This was coming and now they're starting to open up ulta beauty at target rolled out there hundred target stores. There's eight hundred locations in the united states. Now that have this sort of shop in shop for ulta beauty and now we're finally seeing what they look like and which brands will be there. And it's like it cosmetics. You know santro pace smash box. Mac at target which i think is fascinating. I'm so curious to see how that is received the community. Because i remember meeting with an a target executive like for this project a couple years ago and she was talking about. You know they're trying to make target like a more fun place to shop for what the big thing was. That was the big concern that we both landed on that we were talking about a lot lighting interesting. It was wasn't like glamorous glamorous but also conducive to that feeling of like you know when you go into like you could pop in there before a night out and you feel like you're getting ready there like a boudoir sensibility to the light right. I'm not saying like it. Needs to be lamb lighting. But like there's something about the fluorescence of a mass retailer that does not invite me to shop linoleum not word ladder. It's not it's not. Yeah it's dot kind of Atmospheric you know. Yeah like like you. Price check on. I'll ten million floors while you're trying to like try out a new eyeliner i get it. I'm not trying to buy those kind of funny now. We yeah yeah yeah. It doesn't get you in the mood for. Yeah yeah so if you have a local target near you and you're in the united states pop in check it out. I think they're doing a really good job of like Beauty it up if you
The Gen-Z Beauty Whisperer
"Notoriously and not. it's not notorious. that's not the right word. I guess historically mixes high and low products. Because i think we're young to have the income to be able to buy only high end products and also it's the same with skin care and the whole rise of knowing product ingredients and only buying the ordinary. Because you feel like. You're getting whatever's cheapest and what's best if you're finding something that works and it's drugstore jesse is all over that they're not gonna pay extra money for the shiny packaging. I'm so curious about mabley. No because a lot of other brands disrupters that weren't like traditional retail outlets. Yeah consumer i and maybelline was like the same as Covergirl revlon back in the day. Clearly those two brands have been struggling with honoration but wise Like do you like mabley is popular. I personally don't use many between products. I think they're finney conceal her. Because i had a family member who had bought it for me. But other than that to me i think maybe it's just their hero products that are keeping them going like almost like the mascara. Scott yes yes. Sky high one s do that alone could have made this whole year's worth of data kellyanne. Oh you mean sarah being number two for skincare. It must have been all the boom and the take talk brands. That's why they're all and maybelline was really be well. I don't know if they did that. I mean they. They helped roll with it. But like you very guerrilla ground. Oh yeah and with fell says well. Speaking of you know. Perfect gen z. Marketing elf. I think is kind of like gen z. Whisperers they've used to talk marketing. They had a sound that was really highly successful. They did that elf. Tease which we talked about a couple of weeks ago. and also just like price point and product development wise. It's like they're creating really really specialized product. They know how to listen to z. In make what they're looking for and also historically like my sister vegan. She's been vegan since she was seven. And when i was making her wear makeup because she didn't really care to where makeup and i was like. No you're my sister you must. She would only by l. because back then. That was one of the very few vegan cruelty free
"mascara" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"I am. I'm with the real people. John thousands people at our day. Get it yes. I'm just hoping you know. And and i guess fatma-zohra fam- mascara army tell tell your friends tell your family's spread the word. How great is it okay. This is not an ad. I'm not being paid by neutrogena. I'm not being paid by Was the heavy no I tell them like you know it's it's great that these brands are like self-regulating. And just tell them what. Tell them what's going on. Yeah okay okay moving on a new face which comes up all the time on this shell like like we've had so many guests talk about how much they love their microcurrent device from new face. They're actually coming out with complementary skincare to go with it now either inch. They've always had a conductive gel. And you do need a product to help it slip over your skin and also conduct the current so now they've developed to serums with like i'm going to call it semi active ingredients. It's not like there's retinol or something in the higher onic acid and antioxidants and the current can help push similarly charged in greece into the skin. There's good science. On that. Or i honestly charge so that the current will actually push them deeper into the skin. Will it make your new face device. More effective aid clinicals on that or science on that. And i'm sure they would you know like you to think there's gonna make your device work better but i'm part partially like yeah of course. Why wouldn't you use the skincare product. That has great ingredients rather than just a pure conductivity gel. That makes a lot of sense to me. And i know a lot of our listeners. Love their new faces. So i wanted to fill you in. You might want to look at their new serum. Can i drop in member at the top of was like i'm just gonna be quiet and i'm like now my things i think we're recording also on a friday and i like just like letting rip i think a lot of New face users have told me sorry new face. But i think this is maybe wide. I'm gonna hypothesis. This is why the gel new face users has been like. I just use insert oh of gel serum because it has good ingredient. No because they don't want every by the the companion gel yes i dunno know frigging your liam or so and maybe they want you know you need the special one which really does have these of course money. And they're like. Why are we going to have them using this other brand when they brought using our active skincare exactly exactly rocket science. But okay i mean. Technically microcurrent might.
NuFace Refocuses on Skin Care Serums
"Face which comes up all the time on this shell like like we've had so many guests talk about how much they love their microcurrent device from new face. They're actually coming out with complementary skincare to go with it now either inch. They've always had a conductive gel. And you do need a product to help it slip over your skin and also conduct the current so now they've developed to serums with like i'm going to call it semi active ingredients. It's not like there's retinol or something in the higher onic acid and antioxidants and the current can help push similarly charged in greece into the skin. There's good science. On that. Or i honestly charge so that the current will actually push them deeper into the skin. Will it make your new face device. More effective aid clinicals on that or science on that. And i'm sure they would you know like you to think there's gonna make your device work better but i'm part partially like yeah of course. Why wouldn't you use the skincare product. That has great ingredients rather than just a pure conductivity gel. That makes a lot of sense to me. And i know a lot of our listeners. Love their new faces. So i wanted to fill you in. You might want to look at their new serum.
NuFACE's Tera Peterson Tells Us What's On Her Face
"So tara tell us what is currently on your face or what are you upset us obsessed with right now. So i'm obsessed with a by the ratio shares. They have this. It's more like a cream. Need milk cleanser. But it's oil free on if the lay the ipo to it's amazing it hydrogen your skin. You don't feel dry. After you cleanse your skin it even takes off all of your makeup which most creepy cleansers tend to like just basically like older where the the black is the mascara in like. Suddenly down your face this completely cleanses your skin hydrate your skin. Allah one step. So i'm obsessed with this. Of course i'm obsessed with maybe face. I mean truly. It's that instant facial that. Listen to use your face and two products that i'm also like really really loving is they've been around for a long time at least the first one which is the benefit i console it. Just so good for a blonde like me like it doesn't get to brown at doesn't get to it just like a perfect achy like perfect color and and i was getting my makeup done like probably a month ago in the makeup artists. Used the makeup forever the reboot. It is so good it leaves your skin glowing so those are my obsessions right now. You use goof proof brow from benefit. That's the brow pencil right. Yes yeah okay perfect. And then that reboot foundation. What's so funny that you brought that up. Because i just saw k. Jane hughes do a video It was aware test on that particular foundation and she wore it like all day long through all of her meetings shoots and it held up so so well so i need to say or have. You tried that one. No i haven't. But i was going to say i feel like all of your recommendations. Your picks are very on bandwidth g- los angeles. So yes well. In the cool thing about the reboot is that they have. I mean they have like a million in two shades. And so you really need to go into sephora and like get shade like testing because It really like it's a perfect match for like all tomes. So 'cause that's working out his intimidated about is like. I don't know what color i am. So it was moved because the makeup artist. She's like your this color. Just go by this. I was literally in the chair. I net on sephora dot com. And when she first introduced it to me. So yeah those are my
Stila Stay All Day Mascara: The Most Tubular Mascara Ever
"Stay all day mascara. It's thirty six dollars it is a cheap ulama gara. All you love a tubular. Everyone knows how much i love achieve bula. I was on a journey with moscow. I opened it and the wound. I was like holy. Whoa what is going on him. Half the ones is straight national brush and bristles than the other half is curved and a plastic comb. All in one brush. I know so. It looks like a prong north. Because it's only one rush but it looks like a sale like bal like hey yep then. The formula is super juicy. like wet. Wet wet yeah. Killed militias which side of the brush stories. Oh goodness and it's all a bit of a person and because it was so juicy gets on my home island and you know how i applaud soy slap has a bit you fix it straightaway. Very slapdash and then i was like okay mash a good. This is great mortal die. Forgot about it then. I had a shower that night. This is i. I was trying it and i say this was the first time i'd challenge since and i just forgot what i put on a face that morning and i gently as i generally do like touch my lashes and all the miscarriage came off in like one guard later on and i was like. Oh what have i. I don't think it's still a messiah. So it's the most trivial achieved scour. I've ever tried. Wow really wet and g c i wish it was in a little bit less but with because it's a new gar eight will do that anyway. Very black very glossy really good thirty six dollars from mecca so for a prima mistake our. That's not that bad premo. You know my looking down fifty bucks. Obviously it's not your eight dollars from rolaids but it's a really good miss car that i recommend so glad. I found it in my
Goop's Himalayan Salt Scrub Blew Away This Scalp Therapist
"Been talking a lot about scalp scrubs on the show before we get into that like are there a consumer products other consumer products out there that could be damaging the scalp that. You're not a fan of okay. So i'm going to start with the positive first because i love to stay on the okay. I love that google himalayan. I found the one scrubbed. I'm just like they figure the style. It's the goop. Himalayan shampoos salt scrub blow. Blew me away the own the first really the first textured grainy product i've ever touched that blew me
Glossier Is Embracing IRL Commerce With 3 Permanent Stores
"We're restarting here at mascara. Everybody's restarting transition. So is glossier. They're moving back into the retail expansion. Now emily weiss the founder and former feminist our guest senator on a blog that they will be opening a store in seattle in late summer then one in l. a. in the fall and one in london in the winter. Maybe you've heard that however little digging on read. It told me. I love when people who work for a company like sneakily post pictures. I saw some images ins from inside. Purportedly reportedly inside the glossy seattle store. It's mushroom a themed. She's alluded to a lot of nature. But i saw some like mushroom visuals. So i'm not sure might might be like a magic mushroom. I know she's very into that that that brand is very into experiential retail so tedium. Mushrooms are very hot right now as an so hot right now but also the cottage core ferry core. Okay okay no gnome. Core austral gonda core. Yeah okay all right. So retail stores are opening for glossy and might be a fun.
Kate Hudson's Beauty Go-Tos
"Speaking of things people get incorrect about you. I was like googling around about like beauty products that use. You have a google index question. You know when it fills in the question for you. Does kate. hudson wear makeup. It google comes up with the most specific answer. I have ever seen so i need to fact. Check this with yells funny. Psi was not asking. Kate hudson wear makeup. I was just like you know doing renault make right now. I have now stitch on. No google is sure. The kate wears vital skin foundation in three and four on the first of all that's gucci westman product. They don't even say gucci westman snake. But i have to ask. Is that true. Do you wear makeup. An are you fastenings. I have pre probably an interview. Versatile gucci's makeup is the best okay. So that they're not. They're not not not not wrong now. they're not wrong. It's all just okay. So that is in your lineup. It's in my lineup. By the way a lot of products are. And i do like three. And i sometimes use for. It's little dark. that's a little dark me. I'm more of a three But my another makeup artist. That i use all the time is monica blunders. She made some really beautiful clean. Conceal irs and you can add. Ws them it's like blunder. Wear i cannot with lists them. have you used it. i got to use it. They're they're works were ray to does she do. Your makeup yeah. Monica does my makeup. Sometimes i have a couple of my life goto favorite. Is melanie french. You know the amazing makeup artists. There's monica deb. For rula i work with a lot And and gucci. I work with And quinn by quin murphy. In new york is great. Yeah yeah so. What about care. What's in the skincare rotation these days for a non creature of habit. I love Again i don't. I don't subscribe to anything. I went back to old interviews. I've done with you and it went from everything for like as tech clay. You know the like internet favorite math as that was like a long time ago to like lemaire of this woman does not discriminate. No no and i also think like i'm a i'm like big clean beauty person but i also know that a lot of products like for instance lemaire that a lot of time. Sometimes people say oh. There's so much fragrance or so much. This in it their product had efficacy of lemaire is out of control or do you still use the. Oh yeah. I mean. I when i'm an aspen and i had that kind of dry of oh. Yeah i need the lamar like the lemaire changes the way my skin holds moisture in. Dry climates like that. It's like really
Indie Beauty Brand Glamour Dolls Is Suing Lisa Frank After Failed Makeup Collab
"Story really upset me. Okay i hate to see okay. The world of lisa. Frank is not so bright right now. Okay indie beauty. brand glamour. Dolls is suing. Lisa frank regarding the makeup collection that went bust. Now i had a little bit of deja vu. When i was reading about this because i remember the kickstarter that the suit references that this is all an insider dot com will link out to this lots of details. I'm not going to get into the weeds here but twenty seventeen glamour dolls which is new. New jersey based indie brand started a kickstarter. If you remember to create. Lisa frank th-they makeup line. They raised more than glamour. Dolls raised more than three hundred. Seventy thousand dollars from more than five thousand beating enthusiast enthusiasts and this collection never came to fruition okay Some some items were so through hot topic in fc. I'm guessing that's Maybe just certain names full collection. That i wasn't completely clear on that But the bigger deal in my opinion. Is that a separate lisa frank. Makeup collection was released them more. And a lot of licensing deal. We've reported on it because we were so excited to see unicorns flying across the compact somewhat. Not exactly but when. I saw that i was thinking. Oh they were trying to do something for a while. We'll try to do something or glamour. Dolls has been trying to do something with them for a while. So representatives released a frank. Inc did not immediately respond to insiders Recent requests for comment. it is extremely It seems like things are not not great between them Glamor doll said that lisa frank intentionally and blatantly stymied the process at every possible juncture to collaborate. So this is a really juicy story. But it really upsets me. Because i really have a very positive Association and feeling with lisa. Frank so that one bummy.
CEO Alicia Grande: There's Something in the Water in Italy...
"So crony lashing grande skara. I wanna ask you this. Because years ago. I heard maybe it's different now but i heard that there was like only. Let's say five or ten factories in the world that were they really produce miscarriage. They package it in different places. Is that true. But like most miscarriage like the actual formulas were really coming out of. Just a few labs so the fiber ten places I would say for me yeah. That's that's around right italy amazing. I'm sorry. I love getting behind the beauty. So italy has. Italy has most of the manufacturers. Right yeah and i. There's definitely for me like there's something in the water in italy that makes that mascara even better. I've tested miscarriages from Even korea or franson. I don't know like they say when you make pizza. There's some people that make pizza and they fly water from italy and they swear by. Have you heard of people flying water from new york to. There's places in florida right. You're in florida where they fly in florida. You're not in florida i'm in. I'm in the hamptons right here in the ham to accept the son in gorgeous. They fly in new york water. because to. i've seen that. I've went to boca. Yes drink the water in florida. I do drink the water in new york a so good okay so the water but let's go back to italy because everything in italy is better but the buser something you think that there's the skara you think is that's made the best is in italy. Yes that's a from the miscarriage that i've tested. I make a lot of products in italy. Actually my granny primers made mentally. My brow fills made in italy What else is made in italy. Yet and any miscarriages at a making i have grinding dramas another miscarriage that we made with cast royal. And then we're making another mascara. We're launching this year. That's made in italy grinding fanatic but every single miscarriage that i have now naming skara grinding. Drama 'grande fanatic. Those are all three different manufacturers. So not all the same okay.
Sensory Marketing: Marketing to the 5 Senses
"Of your papers talked about this terminology. Sensory marketing so just like to give background to our listeners. What is that an is it at play in the world of beauty and personal care definitely so sensory marketing. It's it's kind of like not just color but this field of sensory marketing kind of exploded in the early two thousands Where people started to again. It's kind of like a low hanging fruit right. People weren't really studying. How the senses impact again. Our purchase behavior our consumption behaviour How we view brands and products. And people i guess a services So sensory marking basically looks at how to utilize the five senses to create again Experiences or products so I tend to focus on the visual. I like color There are people who kind of devote their research. Career looking at. How sent impacts Consumption behaviors in how you view certain products or people so all the five senses and like. It's very interesting because brands are doing it. Like brands are been doing this for the longest time But the academic world. I guess didn't really look into it in a systematic way up until like the early to mid two thousands in so for instance hotel brands right. Hotels want to have a consistent look and feel across all their their properties so if you go to marriott in chicago we go to marriott and paris when you walk in. You're going to have the same like sensory experience. The colors are going to be similar or the same You might even recognize the smell of a lobby right. These are always marketers. Used to create the sensory experience It's interesting because i found out is preparing for this podcast. That marriott actually has a signature scent they call the tune and you can actually buy like us little Sent diffusers candles all these things marriott sense you can make your house smell like the marriott which i found agreeing with like lesser news than like some positano hotel. I don't know i did not know marriott that one but okay. Yeah i got a link where i got a link. I couldn't believe it like there's all these marriott sent diffusers in candles. And i'm like okay i marriott smells like i haven't traveled in that in a bit. Yeah while allegedly it supposed to smell it it here like apple in grapefruit mixed with jasmine roses cedar so who the it sounds really nice does so that all that whole putting together a brand in the five senses that is sensory marketing. That is sensory marketing. Yes
'Elf Ear' Plastic Surgery Is the Hot New Beauty Trend in China
"I'm fascinated by this new beauty trend coming out of china. Elf ears now. Whoever named this by the way gave it like a weird connotation because it doesn't look elfin what it is is people are getting filler injections of hydraulic acid in their ears or in some cases cartilage inserts so they protrude more that same way like when kids have like sticky out ears and at first i was like oh is this like a weird gov trend like remember when like i don't know like sometimes people would get like their tongues altered and things for this goth look no it actually can be quite flattering. So the thinking here is that i was reading a south china morning post article and there was a doctor who specializes miss and he said basically it makes your face looks slimmer so a lot of women in china who want to have a slimmer look to their face when their ears are plumped out and i saw before and after picture with that will link to it. Doesn't i think it kind of does make your face look slimmer. What jess too much. Time on your hands or money starring. Lumping out your ears. This is like cookie cookie. Go on well. One woman was quoted as saying. It's magic she changed. Nothing else on her face and her friends didn't really know what happened but they said that you look different and better the day she got it done so keep an eye. Keep an ear on. I'm sorry
Do I Really Need to Throw Away Old Lipstick?
"Hi kevin door. I'm a semi hoarder when it comes to lipstick and i'm trying to come up with a good rule of thumb for when to toss my older tubes according to yield google. Some people honor the eighteen month. I love a good yield to do honor the eighteen month expiration rule while others wait until the color or smell is off which sometimes never happens. I completely understand honor the mascara. Six month expiration rules since violating it can result in nasty eye infections. But it's a lot harder for me to part with lip products and other makeup. That seem perfectly fine. Obviously not medical advice. But what are your thoughts. My thoughts are that you should throw it out at eighteen months. The way i practice it is that. I never throw it out. So don't listen. Don't do what. I do do what i say. Don't practice what you preach definitely don't know wait. Don't knock down what. I preach preach that. Don't practice what you practice this eat. This message actually makes me realize. I should do a much better job of kind of of of labeling when i've opened things so i know it is i just say like if there were expiration dates on makeup in the same way that there are unlike spices. Oh gosh yeah because you know the things say it'll be like eighteen months from the time you open it. But yeah like remembers exactly when they opened something unless they are putting stickers on everything like you just said or keeping a spreadsheet. I'm not doing that. I'm not used and but like there. Are you know it is funny though. There will be things that i'll be like. Oh i should like find that. Whatever charge lipstick that i love and then i'll find it and i'll be like. Oh i bought this for my wedding. Twenty fifteen so. There's certain things that are like remember purchasing for a certain occasion and then i'm like ooh this is quite old this