In today’s episode, Dr. Sandra Lee schools us on the various kind of acne out there (like what are sebaceous filaments versus plain ol’ blackheads?) The skin expert also shares her top tips on what you can do in-office and at home to make a visible difference. Then, stay tuned as she sheds some light on how to tackle acne and aging at once. Finally, Dr. Sandra gives us the skinny on what’s in her own beauty cabinet at home.
Today we’re chatting with serial entrepreneur Alli Webb. She’s the co-founder of Drybar, one of the original chain blow dry bars, launched nearly a decade ago. In this episode, Alli re-counts the key moments that turned a quaint, #MomBoss beauty idea into a $100M success story. (Now, there are 92 locations who do 120,000 blowouts a month.) Stay tuned as your humble hosts review Drybar’s best selling dry shampoo— then, we give you the scoop on a surprise mascara collaboration, dubbed “a blowout for your lashes,” entering stores right now!
We’ve got a billion dollar beauty unicorn on the mic today and that’s Glossier founder Emily Weiss (by popular demand, we’re bumping this previously released chat to the top of your feeds). Learn all about how this beauty boss turned her side hustle as an intern at Vogue into the coveted billion dollar skincare and makeup empire it is today. #foundersrule
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Chris Appleton is the man responsible for the countless hair transformations of celebs like Kim Kardashian, J.Lo, Kylie Jenner and Ariana Grande. In today’s episode he reveals his secrets to “glass” hair, how to make extensions look their absolute best and what hair musts he picks up when he’s at the drugstore!
To shave or not to shave? In this Damn Goods episode, Jill and Carlene discuss the body hair positivity revolution, as they personally put the latest hair removal innovations – drugstore buys, zero waste safety razors and an at-home permanent hair removal device – to the test.
Today we’re sitting down with the founder of Create & Cultivate, Jaclyn Johnson! Bestselling author of the book WorkParty and host of WorkParty podcast, Jaclyn (a.k.a “Your Internet Work Wife”) is all about redefining “work” for the millennial woman. An OG hustler, the Forbes 30 Under 30 alumni started Create & Cultivate in 2012. The biannual conference now attracts over 1,500 females across North America.
Co-founder of Glow Recipe skincare, Christine Chang, tells us all about the damn good story behind the famous Watermelon Sleeping Mask that has sold out seven times (!!) at Sephora since its launch. Plus, the beauty entrepreneur reveals her tried-and-true skincare secrets - double seruming, ditching the towel (say what!) & how to get your most radiant skin ever.
We care about you not feeling greasy, looking chalky or getting burned, so in this very special episode of The Damn Goods, we dive deep into the world of face sunscreens to deliver our honest reviews on the ones that actually work - and which ones don’t live up to the hype.
Did you ever wonder “should I make the switch to natural deodorant?” It seems like everyone is trying to ditch antiperspirant, detox their pits and make the swap to a natural deodorant for women.
Well there’s a lot to unpack with this topic so we teamed up with Schmidt’s Naturals founder Jaime Schmidt to debunk the biggest myths around natural deodorant and how to find one that really works for you.
We chat with the one-and-only Frank Toskan, the co-founder of MAC Cosmetics.
Ever wondered what a couple of beauty editors pack for their summer travel essentials? In today’s episode, Jill and Carlene review the latest and greatest beauty musts (plus hat-tip a throwback favourite).
As one of the most in-demand makeup artists in Hollywood for more than two decades, Pati Dubroff paints famous faces like Margot Robbie, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Naomi Watts, to name a few. In today’s episode, the pro tells us what makeup brushes you *really* need in your kit, how to use them and we even put Pati to work, cleaning some of our very own brushes that need a lot of TLC.
Women of a certain age know the name of this hair legend well: Frédéric Fekkai. Get ready to hear the backstory behind the dashing Frenchman and former model who was among the first to charge hundreds of dollars for a hair cut in Manhattan. In his heyday, Frédéric was called upon by Hollywood royalty like Meryl Streep, Oprah Winfrey and Jodie Foster. At one Academy Awards show, he worked on three nominees in one night! His eponymous haircare brand was also among the original hairstylist-backed brands, but after selling his haircare business in 2008, the brand lost its cool factor. In today’s episode, Frédéric explains why he recently bought back his own brand—and details his plans for re-inventing the House of Fekkai to compete with the Ouai’s and Brigeo’s of this world.
It’s here! We sit down with contour king Mario Dedivanovic, a.k.a Makeup By Mario. Get ready for your very own mini-masterclass! We get all the tips on makeup’s biggest buzzwords right now: micro concealing, sand-bagging and baking—plus we even find out which drugstore product is his ride-or-die. And since he was in town with Philosophy skincare for our chat, Mario schools us on the must-have products he uses to prep before he even opens his makeup kit.
Who doesn’t love a sleeper hit? Among the cacophony of beauty launches, meet the indie brand that’s managed to quietly cut through the clutter to amass a niche group of devoted beauty fans. We sit down with makeup artist Kirsten Kjaer Weis, who tells us all about the vision for her eponymous cosmetics range that’s both ultra-luxury and certified organic—not to mention entirely re-fillable.
Carlene couldn’t leave Japan without a shopping haul, which brings us to our very special Glow Down decoding all there is to know about J-Beauty (aka Japanese Beauty)!
In today’s episode, we discuss the new Gucci Beauty launch and the campaign that has everyone talking, before we get to even more exciting news for luxury beauty lovers - Carlene heads allll the way to Tokyo to learn about what’s new from her fave Japanese brand, Clé de Peau.