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U.K.-based beauty writer and photographer Charisse Kenion presents a series of podcasts that are all about beauty - how it's become intertwined with wellness, how we're measured by it, what we choose to spend on it, our first memories of it and more. Most importantly, this is beauty, beyond the BS. Go to @beautymepodcast on Instagram if you want to talk about it and check out my TikTok @charissekenion for video content. Please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it.
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This episode looks through four of my favourite magazine covers for the month of May – full disclosure, two of them feature Willow Smith! I provide information on the teams behind the cover looks and also go into detail when it comes to the hair and makeup styles and trends within each editorial. Don’t forget there will be video content to support …
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Andrea Lewis is an actor, filmmaker and content creator. In her mid teens she became well-known for her role as Hazel in Degrassi: The Next Generation and more recently she has also gone behind the camera, creating The Black Beauty Effect, a ground-breaking 3-part documentary series on Netflix.The show analyses and celebrates how black culture insp…
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This episode is dedicated to the movie Love Lies Bleeding - the second film from British director Rose Glass and I definitely think it's a future cult classic. The second I saw the trailer for this film, set in 1980s New Mexico, I knew I had to reach out to the heads of wardrobe, hair and makeup – that’s Olga Mill, Megan Daum and Frieda Valenzuela,…
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Welcome to my Met Gala best of beauty moments! Although there was a definite sense of underwhelm when it came to the fashion for many of us, there was plenty to celebrate when it came to the hair and beauty of the Met - so much so that I've also made a video version of this episode! If you fancy seeing all the celeb looks and trends I'm talking abo…
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This Week in Beauty episode is dedicated to the uproar around beauty brand Youthforia and its less than inclusive Date Night Skin Tint Serum Foundation.In this episode I share a little backstory on former guest and founder of Youthforia, Fiona Co Chan; discuss the criticism of the lack of inclusive shades which saw them literally putting black pigm…
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This week it’s an unadulterated look back at 8 of my favourite Met Gala hair and beauty moments. From 'Lil Kim wearing head to toe pink Versace complete with pink wig in 1999, right up until Doja Cat meowed her way down the red carpet as Karl Lagerfeld's pet cat Choupette last year, I'm sharing some stunning hair and beauty looks. Be sure to let me…
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Today’s episode is all about the recent release of Back to Black, the much-talked about Amy Winehouse biopic directed by Sam Taylor Johnson. In this episode I’ll talk about Amy’s style evolution, Sam’s own history, the strong feelings against the movie even being made and I’ll end by sharing my conversation with hair and makeup designer Peta Dunsta…
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This episode is all about my favourite makeup items that I use when I just can’t be bothered. They’re the perfect multi-use products for those days when your hormones have you wondering if you want to stay married, or the kids have got you hiding in the bathroom for five minutes to compose yourself. These 6 products all have multi-tasking qualities…
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This episode is a conversation around the new Rihanna cover for the spring issue of Interview magazine.It’s a cover that’s upset a lot of her fans for two reasons; one, apparently she's just not looking pretty enough and two, she's wearing what looks like a piece of headwear we would normally associate with a nun.It's a real deep dive of an episode…
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This week I’m taking pleasure in some of my favourite magazine cover stories – from Vogue Korea's '90s colour to Rihanna for Vogue China's Gen Z title Vogue+ and Björk for Vogue Scandinavia. I also discuss the importance of Björk to the worlds of fashion and music and of course, my old favourite topic - retouching - comes into it. I've created seve…
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This episode is fully focused on the very first cover from the new Head of Editorial Content at British Vogue, Chioma Nnadi. It’s the April issue and the cover star she's chosen is none other than singer, actress and style icon FKA Twigs. It’s a cover that has had fashion and music lovers worldwide talking so I wanted to to break down the cover, wh…
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Today’s episode is super chill, it’s me having a little catch up with you about beauty things I’ve been thinking about or trying this week. So, on the schedule we’ve got a segment on the Oscars including the intense comments on my Jodie Smith video; I’m sharing my first thoughts on a Cécred product and also the perfume workshop I attended at Byredo…
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This week I’m talking about a new FX show, an 8-part series of the Feud - Capote vs the Swans. It’s a show I’ve been looking forward to seeing forever.In this episode, as well as sharing background on this stylish new show from Ryan Murphy, I’m also sharing an interview with makeup department head Jackie Risotto.Jackie recently won the award for be…
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Today it’s another Week in Beauty and this week’s subjects are: fashion designer Marc Jacobs celebrating 40 years with a limited edition Pat McGrath lipstick; Dua Lipa being announced as new global makeup ambassador for YSL Beauty and we’ll briefly revisit the ongoing conversation around Beyonce’s new haircare brand Cécred. As always thank you so m…
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This week I’m sharing some of my favourite hair and beauty moments backstage at London Fashion Week. I went to three very different shows and really got to see how the hair and makeup teams support the designers’ visions. Also, I couldn't resist sharing a few standout beauty moments from NYFW, because they’re just too beautiful to miss out! If you …
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It’s review time and this week it's the much-talked about Lash Clash Extreme Volume Mascara from YSL Beauty. In these short episodes I tell you what the product is, what the brand says about it and break down the packaging, the smell and feel, and give it a mark out of 5 based on whether it matches the claims on the website and how it performed for…
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Welcome to The Week in Beauty, a series that curates the latest beauty news. This week’s subjects are: Hailey Bieber’s genius new marketing for her skincare brand Rhode; Beyonce going into hair with Cécred, designer Peter Dundas going into beauty and the second IRL HAIR TALKS event.Let me know if you’re loving these news-focused episodes over in th…
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This week is a bit of an indulgent one; I’m taking you through some of my favourite, can’t live without books.My first book is Face Forward by makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin; the second is a photography book showcasing the work of New Yorker Slim Aarons and my final book is more of a mini magazine, a very special edition of Vogue Italia featuring black…
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It’s another review episode and this week it’s all about makeup brand Neen. In each review type episode I give a mark out of 5 at the end based on how the products performed for me. Stila and Neen founder Jeanine Lobell on BeautyMe: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4XS7LxQtL0aBHNQUXjHYbD?si=d5c800efb3784449 Neen at Nordstrom: https://www.nordstrom.…
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Welcome to The Week in Beauty, a series that curates the latest beauty news. This week there are several subjects: first of all we have to discuss how Pat McGrath almost broke Instagram, we’ll look at the news of a series based on the life of so-called plastic surgery addict Jocelyn Wildenstein; talk about criticism of Kylie Jenner’s apparently new…
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This episode is all about perfume; I’m going to share some gorgeous modern scents, a couple of classics and a few that are just a little bit different. Hopefully the episode is useful to anyone who's looking for a new fragrance or wants to get started in the wonderful world of scent. I'm sharing my thoughts and some history on several scents in thi…
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Welcome to The Week in Beauty, a series that curates the latest beauty news. This week’s subjects are: Pamela Anderson joining the celebrity beauty gang and becoming a co-owner of beauty brand Sonsie, and my favourite beauty moment from Couture Week in Paris courtesy of the one and only Pat McGrath. As always I'd love to know what you think! Are yo…
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In this episode I’m looking at the Mob Wife Aesthetic, what it is, why it started and why at times it kind of looks like classism because some of the comments on the trend are a little too dismissive. As well as giving my take on the reaction to the trend, I reached out to former guest, Brooklyn-born, New York-based makeup artist Isabel Rosado. She…
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Welcome to The Week in Beauty, a series that curates the latest beauty news. Today’s subjects are the sale of formerly popular brand Uoma Beauty, two new campaigns from Kim Kardashian brands Skkn by Kim and Skims and Pharrell Willams bringing a 2000s male model out of retirement for the Louis Vuitton FW menswear show. Be sure to let me know if you …
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Today I wanted to get into the recently banned advert for Calvin Klein featuring singer FKA Twigs. The brand has been hitting us from all angles with multiple campaigns for Spring ‘24 starring The Bear’s Jeremy Allen White in his boxer briefs and we’ve also seen Kendall Jenner in this campaign. In this episode I examine the controversial history of…
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Welcome to The Week in Beauty, a brand new series that curates the latest beauty news. Each week I'll dig a little deeper into the news and share the headlines with you. This week's subjects: severe beauty at the Golden Globes, Diana Ross for Saint Laurent, Gen Alpha and their love for Sephora, and I’m also going to share some beauty trend predicti…
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It’s the first episode of a brand new year, and in this episode I’m talking about the Ins and Outs lists that we’ve been seeing all over social media. As well as sharing my own list, which includes beauty, social media etiquette and gatekeeping – I want to bring it back! – I share some ins and outs from other fashion and beauty names, including for…
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It’s the final episode of 2023 and because it's been quite a year, I'm ending on the concept of selfcare. In this episode I'm sharing my thoughts on several body creams, lotions and exfoliants that are all aimed at caring for your skin in the colder months. I’d love to know if you’ve tried any of the products I mention before and I’d really love to…
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This week I'm talking about the beauty I’ve discovered in several of the shows I’ve been watching lately.You'll hear my thoughts on two Apple TV+ shows; The Supermodels, a 4-part docuseries on the quintessential ‘90s supermodels, and The Buccaneers, an 8-part story about young American women taking over London in the 1870s. I’m also talking about T…
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Today’s episode is all about the complexity of hair, from two very different angles. The first segment of the show is going to be a conversation with Theatre Peckham CEO and Artistic Director Suzann McLean about her new all-black cast production of the classic European fairytale Rapunzel – a story about a young girl trapped in a tower in the woods …
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It’s been about a year since my friend and former guest Winnie Awa, founder of Carra, an AI-led personalised hair advice platform, said that we really wanted to start a series of events. Back then I always knew it would be called Hair Talks – because, well, our hair literally talks – and I think as women of colour in particular, how we style or dre…
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This week’s guest is the wonderful, inspiring and insightful Cyndia Harvey, a London-based hair artist who has been recognised for her contribution to fashion by The British Fashion Council and was labelled as a Beauty Game-Changer by Vogue Business in their inaugural ‘100 Future Innovators’ list. In this episode, Cyndia looks back fondly at how he…
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It’s another 5-minute review and this week it’s Prada Beauty’s Monochrome Hyper Matte Lipstick. In these short episodes I tell you what the product is, what the brand says about it and break down the packaging, the smell and feel, and give it a mark out of 5 based on whether it matches the claims on the website and how it performed for me. This pro…
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This week we’re looking at the hair and makeup creatives who brought the cast of the new Sofia Coppola movie Priscilla to life. I’ve split the show into three segments; starting with a little background into the making of the biopic, then I’ll be sharing my conversation with Cliona Furey, Head of Hair Design on the movie before sharing some behind …
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This week I’ve got a very special guest because it's my first time welcoming a BeautyMe listener on to the show. A few weeks ago I put out an invitation on Instagram Stories for any listeners who wanted to be my guest and talk beauty. London-based Executive Assistant, writer and curator Jasmine Pierre is my first listener guest and the conversation…
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It’s another 5-minute review and this week it’s the Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Face Primer. In these short episodes I tell you what the product is, what the brand says about it, break down the packaging, the smell and feel, and give it a mark out of 5 based on whether it matches the claims on the website and how it performed for me. For consistency, wh…
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This week it’s a very unscripted, minimally edited episode about two things that have been on my mind. First of all; burnout. I am FEELING it! Listen in and let me know if you’re feeling the same.The second segment is all about the value of the Black Beauty Club. Formed by two New York based women, Tomi Talabi and Asmeret Berhe-Lumax, the Black Bea…
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This week's guest is Tatiana Rose, a makeup artist, photographer and cabaret dancer, based in Australia. I can't remember when I first fell in love with her work, but she was an instant follow. Tatiana’s work is so cinematic and nostalgic and I truly believe there's no-one else quite like her. In this episode Tatiana shares what it was like to grow…
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This episode is a look behind the scenes at some of the London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2024 shows and I’m also sharing information on the very first product launch from makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes. In this episode I share my favourite moments backstage, thoughts on professionals who are able to cater to textured hair and more! If you want to…
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This week it’s a very special Meet the Founder episode with Zanna Roberts Rassi, one of the four co-founders of Milk Makeup, a cruelty-free, vegan makeup brand that's all about easy, effortless results. Zanna launched the brand back in 2016 alongside her husband, Milk Studios co-founder Mazdack Rassi, as well as Georgie Greville and Dianna Ruth. Za…
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Have you seen the September covers of British and American Vogue yet? For some the images are a celebration of some of the most iconic faces we know, while others think it's amazing that four women over 50 are on the cover together. Still, there are others, including me, with a variety of conflicting thoughts, which is why this episode is dedicated…
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This week it's another 5-minute review - but it's 10 minutes. That's mostly because I’m talking about the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil – closely related to the cult product Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant. I’d love to know if you’ve tried this product or the original or if there’s another product you want m…
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This week's guest is London-based session stylist and brand founder Danielle Igor, whose work I fell in love with after The Face magazine included her in its online Beauty Directory. While noticing a certain nostalgia about it, I was struck by the freshness of Danielle's work. Danielle began teaching herself to do her own hair at the age of 9 and t…
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It’s another 5-minute review and this week it’s the much-loved Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask. In these short episodes I tell you what the product is, what the brand says about it and break down the packaging, the smell and feel, and give it a mark out of 5 based on whether it matches the claims on the website and how it performed for me. I’d love to kn…
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This week’s guest is the amazing London-based makeup artist Bea Sweet. Often compared to Queen Pat McGrath, Bea is the creative behind some truly stunning looks for the likes of everyone from singers Jorja Smith and Twigs to British-Australian actress Miriam Margolyes. In this episode Bea looks back on the products that really got her into beauty a…
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Today’s episode is a kind of stream of consciousness thing, musing about the 'Latte Makeup' trend. In this short and sweet episode I break down the trend, how the label originated and try to get to the bottom of why the trend kind of irks me! I would love to know what you think - am I reaching or do I have a point? If something else is bugging you,…
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It’s another 5-minute review although it’s definitely a bit longer today as the product I’m talking about is Glossier’s G Suit Soft Touch Lip Créme.In these short episodes I tell you what the product is, what the brand says about it and break down the packaging, the smell and feel, and give it a mark out of 5 based on whether it matches the claims …
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This week’s guest is the wonderful, award-winningentrepreneur and hair expert Winnie Awa. In 2020, London-based Winnie founded Carra, an online platform powered by data to give people with textured hair the world over the advice and product recommendations they really need. More recently, this June, Winnie launched The Texture Gap, an AI-driven rep…
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This week’s guest is London-based Claudia Walder, fashion stylist and founder of Able, a magazine created for disabled people.When Claudia was 23 and working as a stylist she began to experience some health problems that eventually became incredibly debilitating. Six months later she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).In this episode…
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Today we’re talking about weight, or rather, I’m talking about whether we should ever talk about weight when it’s nothing to do with our own body. Meaning, should we ever talk about someone else’s weight, whether it’s gone up or down, whether that’s 'good' or 'bad'. If at any point during this episode, there’s something you want to say or share, pl…
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