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Examining beneficial ingredients in makeup.
This week we chat with Sam Schuerman about her beauty blog, family vlog, and YouTube make up channel!
This week we chat with Sam Schuerman about her beauty blog, family vlog, and YouTube make up channel!
This week on Biology we hear from Atlanta-based beauty expert and blogger Elle.
This week on Biology we hear from Atlanta-based beauty expert and blogger Elle.
Trending Week – Trends in body obsessions and inclusive movements in body positivity.
Prints + patterns? Ruffled socks + Keds? Braids + blow dry bars? Some fashion mashups are meant to be. On this week’s show, Sarah Harris, Associate Editor of Toronto-based fashion and lifestyle web publication The Luxe Life, talks about her path from intern to editor, some of the most challenging aspects of web publication, the importance of fashion risks and unexpected combinations, and a few of her favorite summertime beauty trends. Plus, I’ve got a playlist full of great new releases, including tracks off the debut albums from Brit bands The Proper Ornament and Woman’s Hour, the latest from Asheville’s Reigning Sound and San Fran’s Skygreen Leopards, and more from the new My Brightest Diamond EP! So join us for the best fashion mashup around: it’s Sew & Tell on BTR!
Gigi Parker is the voice behind the health and beauty blog My Fab Fit Forties! Tune into Biology of the Blog for more!
This week on Biology of the Blog we catch up with Gigi Parker, fitness advocate behind the blog My Fab Fit Forties.
From Lady Gaga to Jennifer Lawrence to Target swimsuit models, fashion industry Photoshop practices have been getting a lot of heat lately for hyper-alterations that render beautiful and accomplished women into plasticized Barbies. Kara Eschbach and Janet Sahm, co-founders of a revolutionary new women’s publication called Verily, decided to tackle the issue by taking action. Verily offers women a more holistic, well-rounded reflection of lifestyle, fashion, and relationship editorial – one that the Verily team aim to make a true representation of women’s beauty and diversity. On today’s show, you’ll hear from Kara Eschbach about how Verily grew from conversations over coffee to a full-team publication, how the magazine’s no-Photoshop policy evolved, some of the challenges they’ve faced as they attempt to change the industry from within, their new vision for Verily, and more. Plus, a playlist full of tracks from great new releases, including debut albums from New Bums and Sisyphus, as well as the latest from The War on Drugs, Fenster, and more. So stick around for some refreshingly honest fashion, right here with Sew & Tell on BreakThru Radio!
Although Dove and Pantene have created progressive advertisements, they still portray an unrealistic beauty ideal.

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