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5 episodes, 3 hours 37 mins
Ep 165: Redness, Rosacea, Face Dandruff & All the Weird Stuff
Dr. Francesca Fusco teaches you how to "search and destroy" all your skin issues (redness, rosacea, angiomas, seborrheic dermatitis)and sharesher favorite skin rejuvenators, like PDO thread lifts and the product one of her patients calls "Jesus in a bottle."Before that, we discuss solutions for dry toenails, the disappearance of the world's frankincense, and California's law banning discrimination based on one's hairstyle. Want more Fat Mascara? Our secret Facebook group:Fat Mascara / Raising a Wand Instagram:@fatmascara,@jessicamatlin,@jennedit Twitter:@fatmascara Email:email@example.com Website:fatmascara.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Therapeutic Skin Coaching with Hayley Wood
I’ve never had my face massaged! Holistic aesthetician Hayley Wood shares with us all of her expertise as the Therapeutic Skin coach, including Reiki, facial reflexology, cranial sacral work, and intra-oral massage. Plus, how to properly cleanse the skin to infuse love, reprogramming your brain, product recommendations, and more! For a list of everything mentioned in this episode, visit www.natchbeaut.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
K-Beauty Skin Secrets with Glow Recipe Co-Founder Christine Chang
Glow Recipe co-founder Christine Chang tells us all about the famous Watermelon Sleeping Mask that has sold out seven times (!!) at Sephora since its launch. Plus, she reveals her tried-and-true skincare secrets - double seruming, ditching the towel (say what!) & how to get your most radiant skin ever.
A little reality check...
Are you saying 'no' more than you're saying 'yes'? Are you missing out? In this episode I talk about the reality check that made me ask these questions and have a bit of a word with myself... Links from the show: Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes. To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum. To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Nordstrom's Sam Lobban: 'Retailers as gatekeepers is a notion that doesn't exist anymore'
Sam Lobban has been working in men's fashion for nearly a decade. His career has taken him from the shop floor of a boutique in the U.K. to his current post, vp of men's fashion at Nordstrom. Throughout his expansive career, Lobban has had a front-row seat to the rapidly changing fashion industry. As he sees it, understanding the evolution of the industry is pretty simple: Things are moving faster, and more people are watching. Since joining the team at Nordstrom in 2018, Lobban has launched a handful of New Concept pop-ups in stores, which offer a carefully curated assortment of products tied to a central theme. Some previous concepts include Concept 001: Out Cold, which was designed to showcase cold-weather performance wear, and Concept 004: Patagonia, which was in collaboration with the popular outdoor brand and hosted a wide variety of sustainably produced, fair-trade products. Now, following his fifth and most recent New Concept launch with Nordstrom, Lobban wants to continue to push the boundaries of wholesale menswear by redefining his relationships with brands and the way he tells the story of their products. On this week's episode of The Glossy Podcast, Lobban joins Hilary Milnes in the studio to discuss the changing landscape of men's fashion, the modern retailer-designer relationship and the internet's increasing impact on menswear.
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