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"pat mcgrath" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Talking about business to regress. It could say big. Okay, you win. We can't help but safe customers Money progressive casualty insurance company in a billion civilians. Well, we've got a great note on this opening weekend of the National Football League, another fourth quarter comeback win this weekend by a road team six teams with fourth quarter comeback wins this weekend, five of which By the visiting team, no hostile crowd to deal with and that's something we're going to continue to talk about your Kurt because clearly that the crowd has some kind of influence and either the way you play Maybe the officials see a certain player who knows, but They're not here and we're seeing, I guess that the most bare bones true form of Which team has more talent, Right? It's a pretty equal surface and you've got a team is traveling. But on the last good Pat McGrath stat right there about comeback wins this weekend and exciting first weekend in the NFL it wass. You know, some unpredictable things happen like you said that the comebacks Ah, number of comebacks That kind of stood out and you know, but overall, I thought it was a pretty good weekend of football really wondered what it was going to look like with no preseason. On guys coming in, but overall, I really thought it was good you know, from the Thursday night opener was a good performance by both teams to some early good performances and quarterback performances yesterday. And as we keep saying, I'm just glad we're back to football. Finished up with a great game tonight. Uh, lots of drama. Not a lot of big plays. Uh, but but a lot of drama tonight and I can't wait for weak too. Both teams are trying to get off to a good start better starts and they had last year. You may recall the Broncos Began last season, 04 The Tennessee Titans began last season two and four. And yet there were just the third team to make a conference championship game after that kind of start win tonight by two 16 14 come from behind win in the fourth to be The Denver Broncos time now, Kurt to select the Geico drive of the game. Well, I mean drive, the game has to be the last drive that the Titans had started on their own 10 yard line. 3305 remaining 12 plays 67 yards to.
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Looking forward to you to see what we've done and what we've created. I Love Pat. Pat Mcgrath is like family to me. She's the best makeup artist in the world. I love pets dots. I love what she's created is just so much fun. It's very user friendly and very for us it easy if you have. Somebody wanted to make up tipping. You have learned in all of your years in this business. What is the one that has stuck with you and been the most helpful through everything I think really is not to go too much heavy on the foundation of powder? It's nice. Skin is the first and foremost important thing to me. It's nice that the skin is dewey and a little shiny and not to Matt final question a trend that should live on forever. It's very hard for me to answer that question. I'm going to be very honest because I'm not someone I wonder why when I WANNA win. Like for instance. On Sunday I will address. Nineteen thirties is just. I go by how I feel. I think you have to know how to wear clothes and not close where you everyone pretty much been collected vintage clothing for many many decades so I mix and match. I don't feel the need to shop. I've got the most incredible five Naomi. I have to say it has. It is truly been an honor to speak to you today. You are such legend. I have been such a huge fan for basically my entire. I wish I could share it. Oh that's all I needed to hear for the next ten years next. Next year we will be together. I will make it happen for some reason Obviously congratulations on being the face of PAT McGrath. Labs were so excited for. You cannot wait for that to come out and try all of the different products anytime you wanna come back. Please come back then so much then. Go Work Morgan. Are you guys? It has been a show and I think we are all in need of drink so I have mine here Friday. We're going to wrap things up with some feel. Good Friday and we want to give a huge shot up to ten year old Chelsea Fair. She has sent more than fifteen hundred homemade art kits to kids in need since the start of the pandemic and shoot created. Chelsea charity last year to help children in shelters in foster care so that they would have access to art supplies. Oh this is a great idea and I think if every child out there does one list tiktok awake make some people the world would be a better place.
Foundation Tips With Red Carpet Pro Melanie Inglessis
"Brought on a guest who is a red carpet makeup artist. She's got a celebrity clientele and she completely knows her way around foundation. She can tell you what's good and what's shed with the single swipe type yeah on her wrist. It's quite amazing Gel. Who's in the House so we've got Melanie in glasses in the house. She is got tons of clients like you mentioned. Olivia wild has been one of her clients forever. who else yeah well. I notice when she was in Toronto for the Film Festival. She worked with Maya Hawk so that would be the daughter of Aretha Hawk and Numa Thurman. She's a bit of an up and coming star and if you're a fan of stranger things as I am she was really like the breakout character actor of this past season and I think she was. She was obviously here for a film. I can't remember which one and also at the EMMYS which took place more recently she worked worked with Lena Hetty who is Sarah See Lancaster on game of thrones so everybody who watches game of thrones. You'll know exactly who I'm talking about. Melanie worked with her but she works with a ton of people and you were saying unfortunately I wasn't there for the interview you were saying I would have loved her because she herself has really laid back cool like French girl style style right yeah. I mean super cool great haircut designer Bill Marron Gucci everything but like just mad cool and laid back and no make like he he doesn't really wear makeup which is interesting so she's mad cool and being French. I mean French people are just so known for their skin and taking good care of their skin so I was just very curious to get her perspective on foundation and how she applies it and she's really well known for those great skin. Look so no bullshit right I around April or just going to tell you how it is totally no beating around the bush. I really don't think she sort of panders to brand no so in this episode. You're really going to get the unreal talk. They're real talk foundations. The Do's the don'ts common mistakes a lot of us. Women are making so what are some of the big takeaways some of our listeners ours are going to be able to walk away with today. It was really fun because she actually brought her kit in and it was the first time I think ever that makeup artist on the microphone was rustling around. Interru- okay holding out favorites. She's going to give me the real talk on the Pat Mcgrath Foundation okay. She's GonNa tell us about her. Big pepease about foundations and the ones that are launching right L. and like you mentioned she I gave her a few to play with at the very end of our interview and she literally could put it on the back of her hand in one swatch. Tell me if it was a good foundation or not and I was just my mind was blown. Wow I was fascinated by that. She is going to offer up some clues on how you can try that yourself so that when you're in the store and yeah that's all you can do and not try it on your face. You're going to be able to try and determine if it's actually a good foundation or not yeah and stay tuned to the end because you and I test out a whole bunch going to weigh in on those but first we're gonNA start with skin care and how to prep your skin for foundation before you get your spongier brush or anything like that so taken away Melanie. was there anything you do anything you do with skin preparation that you think is essential essential but most women at home are probably not doing. I mean not everybody can afford a official monthly but acting definitely exfoliating. You know there's a lot of good expediter at different different price point I depends what is your skin concern or. What is this can type so if you have a dry skin may be exfoliating alienating get rid of some of the dry skins and moisturizing so it's basically trying to find a routine that works for your skin type yeah and do you have a facial expression later that you really like that you find his gentle that have some pads because I don't always have the luxury to client. Oh go and wash your face with then what it because of the hair and everything so. I do have a pad at the pets from Arcona. Okay that kind of exfoliating pad oh so a just pick one pad and I'm allowed to you know to six four lead the skin gently oh cool now when it comes to primer. I've heard that you I never used a primer. No you don't in my life. Okay interesting for me. I don't I'm not I'm not familiar with primary. I don't use primer I don't okay. I I work with so many different client different results sometime. I want different finishes and I don't want to throw a primer that I'm not sure how the foundation's GonNa stick take to it. Is it going to glide is going to give me low residue so I don't use primarily. No a Charlotte Tilbury doesn't use primer either a lot of makeup artist on no. I think you're really like really for it or you're like. It's not for me is not from avenues a prayer. That's amazing. What a boot finding your rights shade. And what do you do if you are shopping in a drugstore or online for a foundation like. Is your shortcut to finding your exact rate shade. I mean I wouldn't show for the first. I'm online for nation. Yeah I would say if you you shop in. A drugstore is shopping department store. If you know get a Mirror Mirror on you you have to lady or the South Personnel Yourself. Here's a little foundation really Baio line. Go outside. If it's three floor up the day you know the delight is the only way yeah I'm always so amazed at. Just Barney's redid the entire beauty basement yet. It's gorgeous but delight is it's blue so if you go at a natural eight and you see you can see the founder like what are you looking for. Are you looking forward to disappear on the scan or what are you looking forward to know your have your match. I mean you looking for a column Hala match. I would say that's the most important some women like a very light foundations rustic Joe so women like l'amour coverage so disappearing into the skin yes but but it's not always a few have if you like a thick coverage you know a minor disappeared. Some women like you know coverage with defacement when I'm looking for was differently a column match what I'm struggling with right now. Information Industry is the
Is Pat McGrath's New Eyeshadow Palette Worth $125?
"There's a new paragraph is shadow paula coming our way yes. It's one of the lodge jewelry box walks style. Pallets are one hundred twenty five domas many money. It's so many money's see. I have no words yeah well. It's gorgeous. I mean it looks absolutely beautiful. It's called the midnight. Sun pilot is ten shades magical bronze wicked violence miskel crimson crimson and got got us gold's. It's multidimensional effects like pallets before there's a couple of shades look very similar. There's that pesky matt black is back back and then these of astral shade although i do love the astros shade which is an ariza's iridescent peachy pink skin tone which just passed beautifully over lots of the different shades. It's gorgeous. I'm wondering if anyone's gonna put it on the christmas list if you're pat mcgrath director. Do you just have to have it. I understand i'm on a yeah no by for september because as i mentioned wedding but this is this is beautiful. There's really gorgeous wearable colors in here which is not something i've always about mcgrath pilots
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Full Coverage
"To the UK now so notes uses unless you don't want to not so good excuse. So that's definitely been my favorite palette. The my second has probably been the Pat McGrath fron seduction, which I've talked before about how I kind of regret buying the other lodge mothership, Pat, McGrath pilots because I just so unwieldy and heavy and cumbersome. I don't take the money where you can't travel with the difficult to us. I feel that you need to make potest sensibility to get the best out of them. I tend to just stick to the safer colors or I'll just do a one color look because I don't really know what else to do with bronze production. That was not the case. I was able to follow pretty much all the tutorials that they posted on Instagram. I've been able to get some really gorgeous red looks which Harry's always like do read you've got blue eyes. Your look so nice on I resist it. But then now I've got born selection of all about it difficult is of all about it. I love this of sparkly pink, beautiful color. I just honestly I think it's a gorgeous pilot and it's expensive. Yes. But I have used a ton on I absolutely adore it. And I covered it. And this is how I wanted to feel about the original ones. So I'm very excited about that. And then the third one totally left field snuck in at the last minute bullshit during the black Friday sales wanted to hate it. Even though I bought it because it stands for everything. I am against in life. It is the Kylie coz metrics, Chris Jenna pallet. I don't care for the cautions. I think Christina might be Satan. But this palate is ridiculously good. It's very similar to the fame palette color. Pope famous fame. It's cool tow- neutrals. There's also this pop of of a berry metallic with shimmer in the corner. That's absolutely gorgeous. This icy white silver stunning. It's just a gorgeous pallet is a good mix between neutrals Matt's Matt black cleverly, titled does it come in black. You can just do so much with this pallet. I can't believe it. And I love it so much. I've used it endlessly since I go I have that with me here as well didn't bring the bronze deduction when I'm traveling is still too heavy that I've got fortune fame. And I've got Chris pilot on just really love it. I might have to put a sticker over a great big face on the front because it does unnerved me, but the pilot self can't come around you call and say fair than that. Hey, guys. This is piper. Over by just wanted to say happy holidays. I really really really happy. I found this podcast with Lindsay and Harriet this year and joining the.
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Put why do they can see it? The light is so bad in my bedroom that bad. Really nice. And it's it's not that sticky. I like how it's it's very light. I I look at that the but on a little more. I think it's gonna be hard for me to get a real read of it just because you have underneath it. I can tell that. It's too golden for someone like me, but I think with your skin. It's definitely of my yellow to my yellow tone sisters grows with yellow tones in their skin run. Don't walk. That's going to say this loss is a game changer. It looks good alone. I like it with a little lip liner. And then slathering this on it's beautiful. It's really pretty really just complements the skin so on that's really hard to find gold tone glass. I really wanted to find my rider Diepen McGrath product this year, just because I love and respect her so much Vilma. But I I've been trying a few things in. I haven't found one special Pat McGrath product, but I will say that I know Kimber makeup artist crazy ex girlfriend used it on meet used her pallets on me a lot and wishes raving at the quality of those shadows thing it's like I feel like you have to be so good at eye shadow to those palate. Or they're mixed bag there everyday shaved them, there's some standalone shades. But at the end of the day, you have to really know what you're doing to really make those pilots for you. And when I got my makeup done with a pantograph palate. Usually they'll have two different. Pat, McGrath politics out, and like mixing and matching color palettes, and that's not really cost effective. Yeah. At home one thing one big change for me, the happened towards the end of this year in the last two months was I've been very into nude lip colors for a while. Now wanna say almost two to three years, and I feel like something changed for me in November of this year. Where I am now hitting my read my red era. I'm I'm ditching the news. That's why it's like, I almost would have said Pat McGrath nineteen ninety five was a favorite. But I think I'm really moving past the new shades. I'm moving into reds, and I have a red today. I is it your writer die read. Yes. I do. It's actually in my jacket pocket. So it's not in this room. But I can tell you what it is. It's by co SaaS. Oh, who I fucking love costs KO SAS in. It's the shade. Phoenix. It's my perfect read. It's not to boo. I don't know what my perfect undertones are. But this red has been perfect for me. It's not too blue red. It's not to warm red. It's just like a really nice plane in simple read. And when I throw that on I feel I don't feel really sexy and really pretty especially that with my leopard coat. Like, that's such a Courtney love is it. It's that leopard coat was giving me dislike Courtney, love grunge cover of sassy, like nineties style icon. I feel like we've been in this news lip era. And I'm ready to transition into red. I just I don't feel so sexy when I'm in a red lipstick. Something about it read so classic. It's classic. It's like Konig. It's like that's the classic red lip Lamour personified. It looks good on every skin tone every skin shade. Like, it's just read. There's something about it to me that is I like keep going back to that. It's like sexual. It's very well makes her mouth a wig a big gorged. Okay. Think about it. It's like, I think there are studies that say like the reason lipstick is like attractive is it mimics the look of an engorged giant. I mean, think about bad Boon's the. Their rent's. She says Bevan's. We gotta cut a night. I'll just say this. And I'll keep it real short. I'm sure we've all seen pictures of engorged soon. Asses in genitals. We okay. They look like that to attract mate, and our lips are mimicking mess. Well, then show this ruined. At all. For me show studies show. Here's no more. Studies. I I. Look it up. One more faith that I could talk about. Okay. I you know in this. This is a shorter episode today. 'cause we're you know, you've been work you worked late you came here..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Okay. So are the bag of some twenty thousand favorites. My first one of these some of. Just sometime so predictable. My first one is something that I discovered twenty eighteen and I went so hard for so fast. And I couldn't be prouder hard. It's the bite beauty Agavelian mask, and the particular shade that I'm or flavor. I guess the one that I'm going to say that I'm standing for the hardest is why can't I read it? I don't see the name on here. That's good. It's ice where this doesn't have the flavor on it became peppermint. No. I love that one. But this is the red tinted one it doesn't have a scent. But it's just tinted in red. And maybe maybe have a flavor because it's flavor. Yeah. It's completely unscented. Yeah. Which I have some of their Senate once I like them 'cause they're not artificially fragrance. They have that nice maple Lia gob a cent. Yeah. There's something there. It's a sweet smell. But basically, I love this one because I love this product. But this tint is the exact right amount of like a little kiss of a sexy slutty red like, but just a touch of it. So. So far like want to look, Hugh and have that red lip look. But not look like I'm trying. This is my this is the one I'm grabbing I love a a red chapstick tint like shutout to bomb dot com in cherry that hits you flush. Yeah. How did you? How do you rate? The other flavors. You tried this year? I like them, you know, there was a moment where I was really loving lavender. But I think now that I know how strongly I feel about that red tinted one not to be confused with candy cane 'cause candy cane has a light red Tim, but it's not the same as this one. And but I just I always want to have that red tint on my lips if I'm using a mask. So this is the one I'm going for last question. Yeah. A gob a sticks rank those are still huge for me. I still love those because I don't always wanna be using my finger to apply so filthy. Yeah. So I definitely am still really into the stick. That should have been back to maybe girl. I'm proud of you, you found your writer die lip balm. This year. I mean, I find new writer on like literally every two months but fucking. This one is really good though. Okay. If we're talking lip products. I went aren't Twee when when. Cianci I am got so into gloss this year going on and off Accutane, as you know, I have a theory that gloss covers up lift chat, as you know. I disagree all know and agree to disagree, and I beg to differ and potato Tato. You know, I am pretty into the Fenwick loss bomb. That's a great loss. But I think I found the next level. Why this clause is Pat McGrath? Only. Can I say with that all to that in so pantograph has her lust lift losses, and I have in the shade blitz gold. My friend told me about it because she read about in Emily radicchio skis. Top-shelf I believe and it was presented as a gloss that catches the late perfectly. And as the exact perfect way to describe this closet has like in the tube. It looks pretty cold. But it's just full of this like rich. Reflective gold spark shimmer, we apply it right now. I will I have Kylie underneath in like a whole mess of the day stuff. So just bear with it might be little clumpy and chunky. Okay. So bear with but also watch my hand this clause. I it's my skin tone or what it just sits. I smell it. It's perfect vanilla. That's really nice perfect. Like, I even holiday miss, Pat McGrath's lip gloss K. So I don't know if you can see that's really nice. It's totally gold. Totally beautiful. And this color is sold out everywhere. It's impossible to find my friend bought a on the met website, the what Metropolitan Museum of art has like what happened graph LA why? Because it was sold out everywhere..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Maybe you need a first assistant to travel the world view to give the words. Actually that tuck. She sounds like not a bad job kick on you. You can do that. And not worry so much about being precise. And then get a point to q tip with. Cleansing water. Okay, and clean it off. And you have just. So it's the q tip is just as important almost as the liner. I always like beat myself up like if I don't get it. Right. I'm like, I'm the worst makeup artist ever just wash it all off. I guess it's just a miscarriage day, but clean it up and just clean it up clean it up. Yeah. Yeah. That's such a great tip. And then put ice shadow on after the what else after the I shadow good question. I didn't I I think I'd just put musk sorry. I shadow cream show in this silk, it li- little bit of Brown shudder into. So this was very much about shades in different shin was going to be black and white. Yes. And also it was really just about Penilla bit. And would she's about and just to have like had sort of features coming out, and she's all about this like. Doc is hot like the mouth, and then I browse. And then the texture of the skin was quite luminous. What was the foundation was the politics and sale just use conceal her? Then. Then she was a bit of highlight to and the diplomacy and set which is not out yet. But is this amazing sneak peek? Fast. Can I? Get ready. It's like the essential. Explain what it is. It's like every bomb combined in one without you've seen them. How highlights. Yes. Highlighter two point. Oh, baby. There's the best thing. It's so good. It's a little crtv sticks. A little Pat McGrath the one end of the old one that was made in Italy. Yes. It was the copy of the Italian one it honestly, I have one product on my desk right now. And thus it's. Trout team. It's. The. Yeah. They're both really nice the Cleveland, we're union Yang. And I so we different needs. But also, you can use them different times. You don't have to commit to one. You gotta You get gotta up. get up is Vicky naive tweak about the the transparent one because I use you can use it on your eyes phase on your lips and every every part of a face. But I, you know, every time I want to have a little bit of a sort of fresh youthful smokey. I put a little bit of Brown and put the bomb on top Brown. What a Brown Brown eye shadow, okay? With the bomb on top. So it kind of feels a little bit more, Dewey and sensual and Brit highlight round powder. Shadow brown. Comedian. I would say, and then you Pat Lama the clear Bama. I'll just. And sometimes you can put it into a corner to do like a soft highlight. But you know, when you wanted to look like It's Hugh violating the makeup showing. Yeah. That's a good one for that. There are very few products that I would recommend to everyone, and this is one of those toothpaste already. We'd like you just need it. So happy should that be the Chanel tagline? It's like toothpaste. Just get it. I think it's February comes out like soon. We'll. When January actually. My thing you talk about fresh, and which makes talk think about skincare, and I feel like every makeup artist says this, and I'm always like, but really how important is like OJ's Notting already L important is the prep like what do you do to face juuling? Do you have to you have to have the best convos to work on? Yeah. Penelope got a lot of skin care before. You put color on right? Yes. I tend to use a moisturizer and unoiled mixed together. And do it really good mice and sort of like get the skin really really saw. How many minutes of sizing? Not. Okay. Go under under a minute. Yeah. Okay. A couple of minutes. Maybe what does I do brings warmth to skin? It makes you just kind of like. Makes the product predator into the skin and scrubbed lips have put a lip Bama on and groomed. Abrazos and all of that preparation super super important before you even pick up a yeah..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast
"Tilbury we've both interviewed Pat McGrath behind the scenes Val, girl, and like all of these incredible people, and we just said people need to know these stories, and there's just fewer and fewer places to tell them because magazines. Shuttering? And so at the time, we just saw this huge opportunity. Huge white space in beauty podcasts. And this was January twenty seventeen when we started thinking about it in in eighteen was maybe three or four beauty podcasts by and now there's a new one every single week. So we just saw that opportunity and the white space, and we new with our relationships within the beauty business that we'd be able to interview the people that other beauty lovers really wanted to hear from whether it was Emily Weiss from glossy or love Glasmann from fresh. We just knew that. These people were often the reason why these brands were so successful, and they often had compelling incredible stories to tell so right away. We were like we're going to be all about the icons and the icons in the making in terms of products. We're going to help you celebrate cut through the corner and separate the greats from the gimmicks. And then we decided to do a narrative format because we really wanted to like edit it and make it really tight. So when people spend that forty five minutes with us they're going to get a tape. Away of like, this is the one thing I wanna buy Slow Money on and it's worth me spending money on it. And so we really want to get the damn goods behind beauties bestsellers. That's our whole angle, and we do that by sitting down with founders. So there's like I mentioned some of them, Emily ways from gloss. AM stays. Yeah. Soiree from anaesthesia Beverly Hills. And we start with their origin story where they grew up. What was their first job all of that? And how they built their brand. What are some products that these women are recommending that you hear over and over and over I kind of want to discuss that I want to get because I feel like their products that you, and I may be us or maybe we don't use some things you keep seeing coming up before we get into that. I want to tell you guys all about sculpture. So so many of you guys have messaged me on Instagram. Asking me how I get those moving graphics that is courtesy of sculpture. Okay. So I think it's so important to refined skills that are really going to build your business and distribute your content. Specially if you're an influence or. And I have used skull share to do that k-. I think that that knowing how to do Instagram motion graphics is super powerful in the stand age. And it's it's kind of a scale that I just wanna know skill shanks super easy to learn these kinds of skills that may seem overwhelming you guys know that I've talked about skill share a lot in different episodes. Michael uses it for all kinds of things. I personally love products and services that help you level up, and this is definitely one of them. So what exactly is share skill shirts, basically the net flicks of learning K? So it has twenty thousand online courses, and they're taught by people like you. And I they have courses on design marketing finance Photoshop video editing video production, personal branding in so many more. It's kind of like the college of life, but it's online so it's efficient. So as Michael continues to build out deer media and his production team. He's constantly direc-. Getting his new hires to this platform. I mean, honestly, like it's.
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Full Coverage
"From the lips are mad for because it's covered in blood Nana loves glitter and lipsticks tiller could you even believe it? So it's some really gorgeous colors those super infused with. Letter. So who doesn't like that? But they are the t eight dollars. So, you know, I'm not saying they're not going to be great because there Pat McGrath. I'm sure they're going to be gorgeous. I'm sure the texture is going to be amazing eight dollars an it's a glitter. Stick and realistically pains me to say it pains me to say it. But how often are you gonna wear a glitter lipstick or you gonna wear it? Thirty eight dollars worth are you and there's a to lipsticks coming this season, which you know, I know it's Christmas. I know I'm a sexy robot. I won't be some glitter. Those ellipses Cohen Pat McGrath now, there's glitz lipsticks car from CR Che to face already. Have this out? Does your say ones were beautiful and they're going to be not thirty eight dollars. So that's something to keep in mind. Negligibly they've literally casing to they're going to be a brilliant option. If you're looking for something a little bit lower down on the price scale. I just feel like glitz ellipse six or something you can get cheaper. And because you're probably not going to wear them every day. It might be somewhere. You can look to save your money and spend it elsewhere next up. We've got the very exciting chat with Brian. This was such a tree. It was so nice to reconnect with him in New York. He's such a great, dude. Please go for months Osho media. I'm gonna link to everything in the show notes. He's such an interesting chap. And he's such a lovely lovely lovely. Dude deserves all the success in the world. So excited seemed doing so well, the magazine and just really excited that like he gets to meet Oprah like how is that your job? You get to write about. To you get to hang out at BC, launches all the time. And you get to meet Oprah Neil. So does like a bunch of other really difficult things and gets up really early every day on a dove Muncie that part of his life, but the rest of it. I mean, he's just he's just into sweet position. But he's just a really really really good dude and hard recommend ongoing following him everywhere. The check out the links below and here he is Brian Underwood. Do feel like what have we get devil? Weds proud of him. And actually you're here at the Hearst tower, which is the first lead certified green building in New York. Oh, little fun fact about I tower it was designed by Lord Norman foster, and you know, you come down here. You might see Michael Kors having lunch with a Glenda Bailey. You'll you may see my boss Gayle king down here. It's kind of a fun place to work as I feel as just gone straight into it. And I haven't even attempt to introduce you because I'm sewing. Hi, highlands high. Full coverage listens. Very exciting. Treat for us. Today. We have a wonderful human onto my friend underworld Brian tell us what you do.
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"Look so killer specially holiday season coming up. It was hot. Yeah. Another one of my favorite moments was when we hit that Pat McGrath labs booth. Yes, they're all that like she to me reminds me of the whole underground seeing like never shoot always get inspired by the makeup looks at the box. And like all these crazy nightclubs in London. And it just felt like that. So what they were doing which made so much sense as they were giving people that glitter lip. So I did it got you know, that hot red color. They put the glitter on top. It was like so thick and rich. It was like my best beauty. Look how does it go on? If no one's tried to. So they put on the they put on like the color. I didn't have a mirror, but like they put on the color. You were watching more than more than I was. And then I think they put on the gloss. And that's the sticky stuff that's going to all the powder's going to get stuck to it. And then they basically use like an shadow brush, and they did it into the powder. And they Pat it on Pat it on and you can feel it getting thicker and thicker, and it literally feels like there's powder on your lips. Yes. Not the most comfortable thing in the world. But who gives a shit? It looks crazy hot. Yeah. It's like, so you're not putting bon-bons in your face all night to that's kind of maybe a good. Exam. But when I was so genius about that in comparison to some other some of the other activation within Sephora is that it was signature and people than new to go to the pantograph lab to get that done. Because like where did you get those where did you get them done? And you could then tell them that it's from Pat McGrath there were just so many brands have signature look with so smart. I thought totally and everyone knows is. No secret labs is not inexpensive. But they were also offering there in that whole mini section lust mini mat trans trio. So it's three of the bat lipsticks in pint-size for twenty five US dollars and those retail for like forty five each in the full size. So I thought that was a steal it is available on their website. However it sold out. So it's just like stuff like that. Yeah. Get by being there. That's not so easy to get at home. Yeah. And also just being able to try it get a vibe for what it would look like and in that environment. It's not an a bright store. You're like this is actually. I would wear this low. You're capturing a memory. I will I will forever. Remember that? Look, I was very cool. Then there was like the whole fragrance bar to Killian NFC had a hop up activision. And we pop by the Attlee Cologne and got some new info on the fragrance that's launching from them. And if you guys are familiar Atelli, Cologne, they're like palm sized bottles. They're beautiful, and they have those like sleek leather cases that fit on top. So you can travel with it. It's not gonna break. And what it let's tell everybody what we smelled. So it's called Pacific lime. And of course, they're all about citrus this brand. And so they got into the lime this season. They're using coconut base. All natural. They said, yeah, it's not artifice. You'll that coconut base. So if you're into like sweet and tropical this is definitely going to be your jam. Yeah. And it's coming out early December to Sephora exclusively. And then in twenty nineteen it's rolling out to everybody. And I have to tell story how like when I smelled it. I thought oh what color is packaging to be. Because it's that new they don't even have the path. Package in my mind. I was like this is gonna be turquoise. I sure. Yeah. And then and I thought it was gonna be lime green because it's line. Yes. So we and it turns out we're both dead wrong. Yeah..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on LadyGang
"I should know the title, but I don't. But she has this pencil that leads to cheat outside the lines, and it really does look amazing and it looks natural. So it's not like you're like, you know, making your lips all purple and they're outside the line. It's just this little cheat. That's like arguments as much or cold. Do you wanna like Bill it in here? That's fun. I don't know. I, you know, we all want. I want bigger lips. I'm dying to inject my lips. And I think. The most amazing life I want them. So like I would say, yeah, over line everyday, whatever do you do? I love well, so so kiss. Thank you. Okay. Red light kiss except for on a date kiss kiss, but only blue red, yes, we read makes your teeth. Look White House the other kiss, but never on a red carpet because then you like only so like I could smoulder but I don't smolder. Well, you know what I mean? Like only a model or a jaylo where like a red lip on a red carpet? Yeah, his are us. I'm like. So this wasn't about me purple blue, green like crazy color of this strong. This strong deaths, glitter lips. So rage, Pat McGrath, if it's these Britney Spears inspired lips because I think kiss I wouldn't be able to do it. Obselete offer me, but it's for you. I think kiss for Instagram, but disin- realize. Things in general, are better about the conceal her nude live, you know where it's like that. Yeah, Mattie. Yeah. Just for me. Yeah, it's a disc for me. I don't like when the lips lighter than whole. I like it. I don't like when the limb trying to make clear ignorant non existent. I'm into it with a smokey. I, you have to have something else compensating. So if you go for that, like my lips don't exist, look amazing. But your is better. Oh, you mean just like gone. Just conceal your lips, and then we're no. Then it's like, then it's like your dad. Okay. Last one. Yeah, this super super like Hombre. Have you seen it how people are doing like that? I can't do anything. I don't know make up at all, but I think it looks cool on Instagram, never seen in real life though. How do you do anything with that without messing it up? Well, people do it with like a stain, civil, extend the inside of their lips darker like, no, I like subtle Hombre. Like when my makeup artists does like slightly lighter on the no slightly later on the inside than the outside, and then it gives like the allusion that your lips bigger but not like the full blown yet. I just I just feel like the really true stain Hombre. I think that's a little. It looks a little weird. I just like people's real. I wanna see how real and whatever form the they are fun fact, I've always been a Matlab kind of person like a lipstick, and I've been watching you for the last twenty five minutes and lying on person wanted to be less person. Your lips from credit wanted me this gloss. So anyway, that's loss. Glad you made it. She wanted that loss. I love that. It's like when you walk into Nordstrom, it's it'd be like, first thing I see in every Nordstrom is your product. Did you pay for them? Home buyers are on ice. It's not the buyers in Seattle are really nice. There's a girl up their name, CC king. She's the buyer and she's fully on board with my. She got behind the lips so hard and she got the Britney Spears things. Yeah, I get it girl and she's just championed us since two thoughts. Yeah, so amazing don't. Thanks but it wouldn't stay there if it sucked. You know, no one was buying it if you've been there for how many years? Thirty, two thousand twelve. I can't do math. I don't. I can't. Even at six one come on. I six years when we come back, there's going to help you figure out in your life but not here math homework..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Forever35
"But on a on a different level, like I do make sure the car, no is paid all that stuff, but I still in like, how much do I have leftover can how can I. Justify this, Pat McGrath lipstick and I do. I find a way I always find a way I'm like wanting it is enough. Is enough of a reason I don't. I always like think like, oh, man actually learn how to budget in. I should like put have a savings account, but then they're just so many things that I want. And I like a lot of Mark problems could be solved. If they stop inventing new things, especially new, like makeup formulas, I need every like oil lipsticks are thing now like right that why do I not have every brand of oil lipstick? It's so hard when want all the things. Yes, I don't even use them. No, I know I in that space. Sometimes I have a box at home full of lipsticks that I would wear somewhere to go, but I don't have anywhere to go. And now that I'm here, like I have a workplace that have to go to every day where we write the show, I don't wear lipstick there. I just show up. I put a little blush on, so it looks like I'm a way and that I have good circulation don't, but like the blush fools on and then like I don't wear any of it, but I feel and I can look at my things and be like, you know, this is a savings account right here. But if it were sitting in the Bank, I wouldn't feel as good as I do like looking at them like they're can. I think miss Orza. Good quality. Try to turn that around sickness, and that's what it is. We're all sick. It's okay. Well, that is my next question because you've written a lot about inside. Klina pin. I'm curious what your experience during both talk a lot on here about our anxiety, depression issues in OCD in everything else..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic
"So she got over like a high inclined to show a lot of professional makeup artists users. She's the world's most popular makeup artist, and you know what's funny. I know makeup artist personally, and he was talking about. Met products. So he was saying how you know, women rush for Matt, go by MAC, especially black women, they don't even realize, Matt makeup is costume. Mak- is not really every day make. It's cost too much cost like. Exactly. And the other thing he was saying is that a lot of that make up is not good for black skin. He was saying that because he was work at the time he was working on a line of makeup that was specifically cater to black. Women are skin-tight. He was like a lot of those make of say, that's why you see a lot of women that wear those make all the time they face breakout on because it's not really designed scientifically engineer for us in mind. But he, he was saying, specifically, Matt makeup is really cost to make him. He said, that's why the colors always thick and bright. He was like, see, MAC, people wear makeup is thick and his, he's because it's cost to make up. They say. You know, full Pat McGrath labs was she's really known for us or the black women eye shadow in lipsticks. So. I think the lipstick was popping Merv because that's all black women need for is lipstick in high shadow. I wanna say no. Today, like no woman needs it coming like, no, I see. Women that need it. No, no, no, no, no. But honestly, certainly, I think a lot of black women put omega because they see what they see on TV when honestly, you really don't need it if that makes these, you're not. I don't say problem with light makeup when it gets to the point where you'll make up turns you into a whole another person when they saying they got face on. Yes. Yes. If you go, if you leave the room to go, put your makeup on his one person and you come back another person. That's too much if you kidding golf a bid, and they show your regular pitcher and people have never seen your regular face. I know you're gonna bring somebody by dipping her, have Have a light. a light little, you know, some Hachette on like this. Wrong, beautiful, but don't don't overdo it. Though because then when when they take their make, they'd be looking like a corpse. Especially for black people, you need sun, hit your face. That's how you melon, melon and activate. And I think I think you what happens is the scam becomes dependent upon, whereas you star seeing people that wear a lot of make up all the time. They started age like it's like their faced needs this. It's like, if you don't give me my drug, you know, I'm going to fade away. You know what I mean? So I got a question. Go ahead. Mattis. Madame CJ Walker was like the first she was the sea was not the. She was not the first black millionaire in the United States. She was the first female millionaire. Does woman shutout to her stuff right shit cosmetic products. Product can't connect the question..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Collagen has a company that I'm gonna say it's worth right now, hundred ninety nine hundred million dollars or something crazy like that. Yep. Yep. Yep. Kylie and not Travis. Travis. Got to do it all. I'm going to tell you Pat McGrath McGrath. Oh, yeah, shots, Pat McGrath, actually how the company that is worth over a billion dollars of these makeup company. They must have just got it or something. And then what's the just looking at the worst of all of them? You know what I'm saying? Because Pappa grab companies just came. On this work for billion dollars in less than two years. Having graph is English lady. I listen to be honest with You you. ever heard of until I heard about the Bill plaque Englishwoman black lingers womanizing Jamaican though. Maybe you're making, but I think she's from England. Okay. To make in dissent? Yeah. I had an ex girlfriend at did one of her, like the first things for her, like new line when she was breaking apart to do. I think she was probably like a, I don't know why know about this, but I think she was one of the like the heads of like MAC or one of these big makeup ones and then went on her own. Tom Ford was, I think, the designer for what was it Gucci or some shit, but then he did his own thing and and then she killed it and a everybody in the makeup game. She's like the elite one, but then Kylie came in and made nine hundred million as well. That's fucking incredible suit. Will will her company worth nine hundred million ball alert had a great article. Okay, because I think Forbes called Kylie Jenner self mate, right? And it was, you know, asking the question is she self made? Okay. I don't think college interests self made, who is somebody like Pat McGrath, and I'll tell you why. I mean, anybody that comes from nothing is. Me. Now when you have resources access in finances that don't make yourself may with it makes you a hell of a hustler Kylie, the different type of hustle. Clearly everybody in our family could none of these other people came to do this makeup and she's leapfrogged everybody in our family. The be like the richest person in the family. Now that's hustling. Right? That don't make you self made so many. When you start from scratch, if you grow up in America or the first world, you don't start from scratch, gay. You do now you don't glowing up in Haiti is starting from scratch. Growing up in Somalia's, starting from scratch. Do realize that some places in America that have ghettos that are just as bad sitter world country. But Pat McGrath wasn't from there and neither was Kylie. My point is that everybody who makes it at the highest level..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation
"I wouldn't be because they're trading off of a commodity and commodity ailing. They're all already backed by an already moving. Train train is already emotion. You are on the train and you benefit from the stops that are made on the train tracks you to me, you are not self made you are a business person. Year savvy took advantage of the opportunity that you have to me self may. Means you built the train, you built the tracks and now you're driving it. Well, said I have two two point, and then a question, first of all, I would also. Behoove everyone to kind of pivot towards Pat McGrath. Forbes also mentioned that Pat McGrath, a makeup line is valued at billion dollars and her makeup line come out two years ago. And if you do not know Pat McGrath, you need to look up, but she is a British makeup artist. She's black of Jamaican ancestry. And so I just say that to say that, I think oftentimes what happens is we kind of go down the rabbit hole of negativity, and we don't pivot towards looking at people who look like us who are actually doing the same thing as Kylie Jenner. Number one, number two, I would say we'll then what's the blueprint? Is there a blueprint that she has done regardless of whether or not she is self mate, and the fact that she used her family's name is your blueprint in the fact that she used her fame to create something that arguably in a decade is now worth a billion dollars that we should be focusing on instead of potentially some of us using our platform to not create something that can create this generational wealth is that actually maybe the the tidbit that we should take from this regardless of whether or not she self-made or not possible. Inkling. He doesn't drive y'all bigger German. Totally, totally. Totally. Right? I know right. But you know, Wells' probably be non. Maybe a wall is Jocelyn Hernandez because word on the street is that miss faith Evans biggie, Smalls ex wife that was routed me though it. He mentioned that she's biggie Smalls ex-wife because it goes, okay, married, what is what we call Stevie, Jay? What's his nickname? Turn St.. Steve? Oh, yes. She and also to what do we also call them? They call them the the now, the Power Rangers turtles. He? No, no, no, no. The little turtles in determines what do they call the little the little rat from the ninja turtles yet they call them. He does look like splitter. Got married. Now, this is why this doesn't shock me, and I think people forget. Stevie Stevie that we're seeing. Now that's TV. We -ality shows Jay j. 's name rang out in the streets har- before love and hip hop. And this whole the him having gazillion kids, child support money, drama happen, Stevie has made hits with Stevie has made hits with biggie, Jay z. He was producer on Tori. Stugz people don't notice thieving. Jake guy hits and Stevie j has been in the business for for years. So considering the fact that faith has known Stevie Jason, the not early, the early mid nineties, and faith knows the original Stevie. I wasn't surprised by seeing this even at one point she was on love and hip hop. Did a quick little stint where she was talking talking to him when he went in rehab, they've had a friendship for years. So I'm more I wanna know more about the fact that who this TV show like, how quickly does he turned his personality on off? Because again, she's known him from the beginning. Yeah, they probably likes the original Stevie, so I wasn't shocked by. I'm shocked that people don't know that Stevie j on TV love hip hop. Ain't Stevie j. That's that the industry. No, I think this is the funny thing is I definitely a love and hip hop fan and have watched. And it's ironic because I think that. The reason we don't know the real Stevie j is exactly why. Actually, he's now returning to Stevie j. I think that by him having a platform, it allowed him to get back on people's radar enough for him like meaning, like I think his career gotten stale..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Forever35
"Oh interesting zubi it's more like a red carpet makeup thing it is i worked at your wedding oh my god didn't have red carpet but it did you know you were both at my wedding true so was elvis i mean thank god i was wearing this but i fell that i was wearing like foundation and another thing with when you're wearing heavier foundation is that you then have to wear more plush and we're bronze are more other thing right and then layers on and then you're just wearing a lot of face but if you wear lighter foundation than whatever else is going on your face will show through a good way which i like okay wow so then so then so then i would go with bronze are which used to contour don't do that so this is love this is a pat i would say 'i brushes matter okay matter so much what i find matters is having the shape that matches the product that you're using this happens to be a nice brushes pat mcgrath it came with her with her highlighter set that's actually sold out which is a shame because it is amazing and it's a big deal makeup she's a big the biggest artist so i would say celebrity makeup artist yeah as and also now that she has her own life she she's beyond as makeup artist i can't say that my short cut this because i don't know exactly but i thought she was okay i'm going to google later so her highlighter set which i think was the first thing she put out was called skin fetish and it came with this brush which you can find at sephora or many other places and it's basically it's not too firm and if you look at it it's not super dense and something that's good about that is that it helps defuse product so if i were to put on let's say.
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"This is the pigment. I'm talking about. Why don't we have this? So she one they did a full truffle face hack, the Poudel on and she stood in choice stood in front of the TV was the point out. What's different about her makeup would beg to move. And she was like, I'm not moving until you tell me the difference. When I'd be like, y'all got moisture new cheap phones or using agrees Blake. No we like get out. Please get out of the way. Anyway. So yes, it was just so difficult. Yeah. Then and we would make my face creams, and she would find those red pigments. So I became in a way obsessed shooter. I'm tastic imagination and creativity. You know, the industry has changed obviously so much since then so much in the last two years, and it just keeps changing for you. What has that meant to you as an artist as far as availability of product. And also your ability to participate in the space. How how is things changed for you personally? I mean, the one thing is definitely if you think is moving. You know at a speed, you know, the speed of light not suits me. And it is great just that this so much creativity within the makeup industry and the obsession of people, you know, everyone's obsessed with makeup that suits me too. I love that that's about my level too. So I don't know everything, you know, obviously, there's good and bad with the whole with social media. But I think the good outweighs the bad don't share in contact with all these young creative people from makeup artist in the straits, young designers. I mean, it's been incredible young photographers. It's it's insane. Let also it the fashion world, you know, we're a small community. I mean for the first time to some degree. I mean, the wider world knows the name Pat McGrath, and they can just DM you and ask you questions. Yes. Do we answer the questions have contests backstage with Pat McGrath and thirty thousand entrance and the young lady that want, you know, she doesn't have my son. With me every day. But. But we have these wonderful competitions and to find new talent. And that's one of the most amazing thing about social media. And for you as a creator, you know, are there worlds that you'd still like to tap into a lot of people? I don't think realize that you created Rooney Mara 's girl with the dragon tend to look wish, you know, for you was that to participate in the film industry in Hollywood with that exciting for you to do more of that. To do more of everything. All amazing. Great. But it was a lot of fun. It was in some interesting. The fact that you know, the detail because of course, fashion, we have nothing we work in a different way, it's about solving problems instantly, all finding new ideas instantly, which is the best. And then also the other side in movie making is the fact that we might discuss for two hours. Raise hands is amazing. And it was incredible to go into deep into a character. And so it I had so much fun during that we created like Neil twenty three different looks days. And how did you on the one that you went? But that you move forward with. I mean, obviously, it's to do with film. Right. Stormy and the script self course, that would be David Finch in his team to decide from all the different Polaroid's in the different techniques. Different ideas. And so it was great. How do you have time for all of this pet films Browns? Oh, no. I just love it. All. I'm I'm fast paced moving. I just love things to I'm Jim I love change all the time. So I think this is a perfect industry. Joe for me. And I'm sure you get asked us a lot especially because you are in such direct contact with so many of your your fans a lot of more aspiring makeup artists, starring fashion designers, and what's the advice that you give them for people who want to get into the industry..
"pat mcgrath" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"If it's a show to meet with the designers in advance, and they sort of tell you what they're thinking. And then back to your team. Yes. I mean, for instance, you have your meeting with shouldn't sketch his clothes mood boards. You know? Sometimes it's verbal I mean, it could be every your shown everything accessories. And then you're you inspired. So then I go back to my team. And then we start working on ideas, right away, the girls or something another room. And then we literally just start tighening out ideas. You know, lots of makeup ideas on many different young ladies. And for instance, for my Jenny we might ten days, and then for another straight might be with product. It's one day. And then for other shows, it's two hours. So you have to be really fast thinking you have to think. Fast. But the one thing ever we said, I always love it. When people. Talk to me about makeup high dis, but they don't fully understand makeup. Right. So the best direction you can ever get and make up to not be given makeup terms because you pushed right to come up with something really out of the box. Because can you imagine someone to says it's about a blush, whatever, then you just do the normal things. But the fact that it's usually been given a brief that is way outside the box of makeup way outside the ideas way outside the parameters, and that's what always pushes me and makes me come up with something completely new because you know, speaking on makeup term using make it so give us an example here. I, you know, I think that the work that you've been doing it Margalla for exams the less the past have seen you use things like string. Yes, felt flocking powder instead of just lipstick eye-shadow and I line or so. What are the things that sort of John says to you these outside the box of points of reference that take you to a place where you're like I'm going to pay string onto the wears that come from. Absolutely. When you were shown the embroideries. Okay. And then obviously, the whole of the connection was inspired by, you know, in a way, social media Snapchat filters, and it was the mazing filter with the tongue comes out, and obviously that was all employed painted on so wide away. I think okay. Let me use the exact threads and put those onto the ice to recreate that exact embroidery. So that's that's where the idea came comes from, you know, came from. But that's a whole thing is, you know. Luckily, when you work with the greatest creatives in the world, they're not coming to you for anything, local or regular, sure. But even with the no makeup ideas. So Frincis profitable sound wants the girls every girl to be flawless. But I don't wanna shred of make that is challenged challenging. And so you'll pushed to work out the ways of how to make the skin completely natural. So you have to almost make new products may new formulas on the spot, and then it's at strong read lip and, you know, read lip with an incredible new formula. You know, you're just pushed all the time because you'll must ask for the impossible. And that's what I love about the job. So speaking of outside the box red lips as the glitter lips that you did at tell you over such a couple of seasons ago sort of almost launched one of your biggest. Products in your own product line pet McGrath labs, so tell us about that, you know, had you always wanted to have your own business. Yes. Absolutely. But also also always wanted time. I am business, but not in the traditional sense of having in business. I was found that quite of putting I just wanted to be different. I wanted to do things differently because you know..