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 John Demsey, executive group president of Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.

John Demsey, executive group president of Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.

John Demsey doesn’t give interviews often, but when he does…woo hoo! The executive group president of Estée Lauder Companies Inc.—i.e., the man in charge of Clinique, MAC, Tom Ford Beauty, Jo Malone London, Smashbox, Prescriptives, Aramis, Too Faced, Becca, By Kilian, GlamGlow, Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle, Le Labo and RODIN olio lusso—is in the studio to talk about his career, share some personal stories, and offer up advice to would-be beauty entrepreneurs. We also talk about spending money on fragrances (and the perfume Jess picked up in Amsterdam), whether or not face rollers work, and teeny, tiny, annoying pimples.

Below geisha makeup step by step 2018 are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on, or via email ().

 People style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal

People style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal

Jess is in Germany on a work trip and left Jenn all alone. But, not to worry, Jenn brought a friend to fill in: People style and beauty director Andrea Lavinthal. Andrea shares what it’s like in the magazine’s “war room” during a red carpet event, her favorite beauty products, her worst beauty treatment ever (all we can say is “shredded carrots”), and why Sean “Diddy” Combs will probably never speak to her again. After that, Andrea and Jenn talk about frizzy-hair fixes and discuss what beauty brands do (and don’t) get out of hiring a famous spokesperson.

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on, or via email ().






Mackenzie Ziegler’s new makeup line:

MAC Lipstick in X-Pose (sorry, it’s been discontinued!)
(Andrea, Jenn supports you in this toothpaste choice!)












Arsen Gurgov Salon

(Andrea called it Rich Girl, but you get the idea)

(the ones Chrissy Teigen uses)

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- Andrea wears their
(Jenn also likes )

 Love Wellness founder Lo Bosworth

Love Wellness founder Lo Bosworth

Drink every time we say vagina! Just kidding…but not really. Lo Bosworth, co-host of the podcast, founder of the wellness company, and former pseudo-reality TV star (Laguna Beach, The Hills), is in the studio. Her company makes feminine care products, so we talk a lot about lady parts. Even if that discussion doesn’t interest you, there’s plenty of other good stuff in this episode! We present a case for the beginning of a less- (or even no-) makeup era in which the “Instagram aesthetic” starts to wane. Jess shares her experience at the the exhibit presented by (IFF). And there’s also some clarification on what essentials oils are and how to use them (after the past few episodes, we felt that was in order).

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on, or via email ().



- the dress Linda Wells wore to her Fat Mascara podcast recording
- the prairie dresses Jenn mentioned






- the eye gloss Jenn loves
- the eye gloss Jess mentioned


(this is the fragrance inspired by space, but Jenn was wrong about its ingredients; it features Orbitone, a woody amber molecule, not galaxolide, the musky molecule)
- haiku-inspired perfumes



- for discoloration
- Lo’s favorite sunscreen




- Lo is obsessed with this stuff! She uses it as an eye gloss, lip exfoliator (with a toothbrush), and so much more


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(Jenn also mentioned )

 True Botanicals brand activist Olivia Wilde

True Botanicals brand activist Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde is in the House (get it?). The actress, producer, and director signed on as True Botanicals’ “brand activist” and she’s here to talk all about it with Jenn. (Jess was busy with New York Fashion Week and couldn’t be there for the interview, unfortunately.) But, don’t worry, there’s more in the episode: We share the gossip from Fashion Week and our favorite beauty looks we’ve seen thus far; discuss the recent fluoride-free-toothpaste trend; and then Jenn shares her experience with compression therapy (she tried the at ’s new studio in New York City).

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on, or via email ().






(the reason Olivia was in NYC)

(Jenn mentioned she used Rubine, but that was actually a different brand’s shade, see below)

- she did Olivia's microblading




True Botanicals Aromatherapy Oil in Stress Relief - coming soon!
(Olivia has used the shade Desired Glow)

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 Paula Begoun

Paula Begoun

Paula Begoun, founder of Paula's Choice and "cosmetic cop," talks about why she kept getting fired from makeup counters, busts some major beauty myths, explains what skincare can and cannot do, and tells us why the internet was a miracle for her. Plus, we hear how she really feels about sheet masks. 

Also on this episode, we talk about our upcoming listener party one more time. Enter below to join us at the St. Ives Mixing bar on September 20. We'll be choosing listeners soon!

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Name

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Can you attend the party on Thursday, September 20, 6-8 PM, at the St. Ives Mixing Bar, 168 Fifth Ave., in New York City?

Yes!

No, I just like sharing my opinion.

In the box below, tell us: If you were on the podcast, what product would you Raise A Wand to?

Thank you!

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().


 

 

 

 

 

 

 Jan Arnold

Jan Arnold

This week, Jan Arnold, co-founder and style director at CND, comes on the pod to share everything you need to know about your nails, from the safest way to get a gel mani to the one product you need by your bedside. Before that, we share our favorite finds from the Indie Beauty Expo this year, and also, our fabulous intern Chloe hops on the mic before she leaves for her big new job in the beauty world! We'll miss her.

We also want to remind you about our exclusive listener party at the St. Ives Mixing Bar in New York City, on September 20. If you want to be entered to score an invitation, fill out the form below:

Name

Name

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Can you attend the party on Thursday, September 20, 6 - 8 PM, at the St. Ives Mixing Bar, 168 Fifth Ave., in New York City?

Yes!

No, I just like sharing my opinion.

In the box below, tell us: If you were on the podcast, what product would you Raise A Wand to?

Thank you!

 Jackie Johnson

Jackie Johnson

This week, comedian, a fellow beauty podcaster (), talks about her days as a baby beauty queen, glamour and sexism in the world of comedy, what it was like to start a beauty podcast as an industry outsider, and how to shop for products if you're vegan. If you love Jackie as much as we do, next week, when she has on as guests. 

Before that, we discuss the best way to sleep on your hair, recycling your empties, and makeup tips for women over 60. We're also doing a give-away with our friends at Beauty Pie (details below).

FREE MASCARA FROM BEAUTY PIE!

mascara

FREE MASCARA FROM BEAUTY PIE!
We're kind of obsessed with, founded by former, so we asked them to give our listeners a deal—and they agreed! If you sign up for a 3-month membership to Beauty Pie, the site that gives you access to luxury cosmetics and skincare at factory prices, you'll get their amazing Wide Eyes Mascara (a value) totally free. Go to beautypie.com, (it's a month) and enter code FATMASCARA at checkout to get yours. Once you're a member, you have access to lots of our favorite products, like:

Japanfusion Pure <em>makeup</em> Transforming Cleanser,.62

Japanfusion Pure Transforming Cleanser,.62

Moisture Lock Wonder Gel Lip Liner,.31

Moisture Lock Wonder Gel Lip Liner,.31

Triple Beauty Liquid Luminizer,.66

Triple Beauty Liquid Luminizer,.66

 Luke Henderson

Luke Henderson

Luke Henderson, celebrity makeup artist and hairstylist, spills on what it's like to work with major reality stars (and huge divas) on the Real Housewives of New York and Ladies of London, the on-demand beauty apps changing the industry, his top beauty recommendations, and his feelings on negative Instagram comments. Also in this episode, Jenn's engagement news (plus, tips on how to take a ring selfie); California's newest state bill on animal testing; and the funky new blow drying trend everyone is getting but no one really asked for....?

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().









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Beauty royalty is on the pod this week! Aerin Lauder, founder of beauty and lifestyle brand, joins us to share some incredibly sweet stories of her grandmother, Estée Lauder, and tell us how she got her start in the beauty business and created her own brand. Before that, we revisit the "drop test," mentioned on, and clarify what it means. Then, we discuss, influencers throwing shade, collagen supplements, and whether waitlists for upcoming products are actually real.

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().















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Beauty legend Linda Wells, current chief creative officer at Revlon and founding editor of Allure, is on the pod this week— right after the launch of her new brand, Flesh. We discuss why the world needed another beauty line, how not all brands under one company offer the same formulas, the biggest challenges faced while creating products, and her infamous banned-word list. Also in this episode: a new segment called "shop like a normal person" and sunburn remedies.

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().

 
























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This week, YouTube star Jaclyn Hill joins us to talk about the start of her career, her collab with Becca Cosmetics, the future of influencers, and why she's not planning to share her personal life with viewers in the future. Before that, we discuss our first ever listener party, the trendy men's hairstyle taking over all the reality TV shows, and the questionable decision to put Kylie Jenner at the top of the Forbes list of. 

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().










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Meet our new friend, Bacon! Well, that's what we're calling her. Amanda Chantal Bacon is the founder of, and we brought her on the pod because she just launched a skincare line. After we have a lovely chat, Jess talks about why it's so important to be good to your body, even when it's doing annoying things, like gaining 10 pounds on you out of nowhere. And then Jenn shares a little science lesson about heparan sulfate analog, the key ingredient in Senté, a new line she's been loving.  

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().








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This week, we've got makeup artist Erin Parsons on to talk about her crazy path to success, her work with Gigi Hadid, her Maybelline New York gig, and a must-try mascara-cocktailing recipe. Before that, we discuss, the importance of cleansing, and our air-dry techniques (because it's too damn hot for blowdryers).

(Also, if you entered to win an exclusive invitation to our Nexxus party, we'll be choosing winners and sending out the invitations by July 9.)

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().






 - this is new, so it's not available everywhere yet


 - you guys, this stuff is the bomb! It's made by Shiseido, but not expensive. And everyone in Japan loves it!
  




(we accidentally said "shea" on the pod)





(it's a gel-formula conditioner)






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Don't you just love when natural-beauty experts share their knowledge, but don't get all preachy about it? We do! That's why we were psyched to have  founder Barbara Close on to talk about herbs, her holistic approach to complexion care, skin's inflammatory response to petrochemicals, and to share solid, practical advice that just makes sense. We also discuss Jenn's Lash Lift ( to find someone who offers it near you); our thoughts on button-pushing beauty (and fashion) looks that aren't "pretty," in the traditional sense of the word;, Linda Wells's new line of cosmetics at Ulta; and, a Korean app that decodes ingredient labels—and needs to be translated to English ASAP. (Calling all developers: get on this!)

We also want to remind you about our exclusive listener party at the Nexxus Salon in New York City, on July 18. If you want to be entered to score an invitation, fill out the form below:

Name

Name

First Name

Last Name

Email Address

Can you attend the party on Wednesday, July 18, 6 - 9 PM, at the Nexxus Salon, 39 N. Moore St., in New York City?

Yes!

No, I just feel like sharing my opinion with you guys.

In the box below, tell us: Who was your favorite guest (aka, your favorite episode) and why?

If you want to share more, we want to hear it! What topics should we cover and what do you want more (or less) of on the show. We want to make the podcast better for you guys!

Thank you!

Below are links to the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().


- here's Jess mentioned


- this eye & cheek gel is already one of our favorite items in the line, and
 - the herb Barbara recommends for problematic skin comes (the specific species she uses is often called Oregon Grape)
- it contains mahonia
- find it in

The Naturopathica Effect: A Holistic Approach to Skin Care - Barbara's book, which comes out in September
- great for "rumbly tummies"
- great for bloating

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Breathe deeply, let the color shower over you, and get ready to feel soooo chill... Our guest this week is Cristina Bornstein, an energy healer, reiki master, and co-founder of the cult-favorite 90s indie beauty brand Tony & Tina. The brand is back in a 2.0 version (), focusing on oils, facial steams, and skin and bath products that complement Tina's. (You can also buy it at and at, in New York City.) 

Before we chat with Tina, we talk about  and the maximalist-versus-minimalist beauty aesthetic and, more importantly, we invite you to enter to win an invitation to a private party with us! The party will be Wednesday, July 18, at the, and your invitation includes a blowout or dry-styling, snacks and sips, hang time with, and free products! 

To enter to win one of 20 invitations to our EXCLUSIVE LISTENER PARTY, fill out the form below:

Name

Name

First Name

Last Name

Email Address

Can you attend the party on Wednesday, July 18, 6 - 9 PM, at the Nexxus Salon, 39 N. Moore St., in New York City?

Yes!

No, I just feel like sharing my opinion with you guys.

In the box below, tell us: Who was your favorite guest (aka, your favorite episode) and why?

If you want to share more, we want to hear it! What topics should we cover and what do you want more (or less) of on the show. We want to make the podcast better for you guys!

Thank you!

is here to teach us how to wear hair accessories without looking like fourth graders—and to share where he finds inspiration for all those gorgeous red carpet hairstyles he creates. Before that, we talk about, a new kind of beauty event, happening in Los Angeles October 21 - 22, 2018. And we also chat about the new makeup line and a hack for making your hair look thicker (hint: use a, but only at the roots).

Below are links to some of the people, places, and products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().





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This week Ukonwa Ojo, SVP of marketing at CoverGirl, joins us to discuss inclusivity in beauty, why they changed their signature "Easy, Breezy, Beautiful" tagline, the importance of a diverse team behind a brand, and where the industry is headed. Plus, how women with food allergies should shop for products, the "Fenty affect" in makeup, and some reef-safe sunscreen options.

Below are links to the products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().

 



 

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On this week's episode, cosmetic dentist Dr. Marc Lowenberg joins us as our first ever dentist on the pod! He tells us about the celebrity smiles all his clients want (spoiler: Heidi Klum is a popular choice), why some people are unable to whiten their teeth, and what causes bad breath. Plus, Jess and Jenn talk eyeshadow fallout and ways to prevent it, fancy facials, and how Jenn manages her interstitial cystitis (check out if you want more info on IC).

Below are links to the products mentioned on this episode. If you have any questions (or just want to say hi) reach out to us on Instagram, Twitter or via email ().







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