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Beauty journalists (and friends!) Jessica Matlin and Jennifer Sullivan turn up the volume and bring you the big, juicy, world of beauty twice a week. On Tuesday episodes, they share their insider access to the beauty industry, candid stories of their beauty adventures, and the best perfumes, skincare, makeup, and hair products. On Friday episodes, they interview their favorite people in the business, including celebrities, makeup artists, perfumers, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, and more ...
 
"This podcast will leave you feeling inspired to take a more proactive approach to your savings, earnings, & expenses." - BuzzFeed | Yo Quiero Dinero is an award-winning personal finance podcast that empowers listeners on topics like entrepreneurship, investing, financial independence & money mindset. Hosted by Jannese Torres-Rodriguez, Latina money expert, entrepreneur, & business coach. Known as “the swaggiest personal finance podcast", each week we drop episodes brimming with POC-friendly ...
 
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How do you fix varicose veins on your legs? Jess shares her experience getting endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) and a microphlebectomy, and explains why varicose veins are different than spider veins, the symptoms, treatments (some may be covered by medical insurance), and what healing has been like for her. (Warning: She explains the details of her…
 
This episode is a recording of Burn It All Down's live show on January 22, 2022 at the Independent Supporters Council Conference in Portland, Oregon. Lindsay Gibbs, Amira Rose Davis and Brenda Elsey talk about the rollercoaster that is the NWSL, discussing the state of governance and ownership. They end the show with the Burn Pile, some breaking ne…
 
Lisa Mayer is an entrepreneur, speaker, and philanthropist with a heart for making a difference. She is the CEO of My Social Canvas (MSC) and Co-Founder of Boss Beauties. Lisa is a ‘Big Sister and Mentor’ to the thousands of Gen Z women in the MSC community worldwide. In September 2021, Lisa launched Boss Beauties with her husband Anthony. Boss Bea…
 
Author (and sideshow performer!) Ilise S. Cater shares the fascinating history of makeup in the U.S.A., from Martha Washington’s multipurpose rouge made with whale earwax to the “Because You’re Worth It” era of the 1970s, when “makeup learned to talk feminism.” Along the way, we’ll meet the first celebrity influencer, find out if the suffragettes a…
 
In this episode Jessica Luther interviews Angel Flores, powerlifter and recent star on Netflix's Queer Eye. They talk about about Angel's life-long connection to sport, how she got into powerlifting, as well as competing in the new MX division in powerlifting and her conflicted feelings about it. They also discuss her experience on Queer Eye, what …
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews artist and embroiderer Rowan Riley. The two discuss Rowan's artistic practice, stitching about and with one's body, and favourite contemporary textile artists. Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website, sewwhatpodcast.com, and a Patreon, pa…
 
Jenn had an at-home hair color breakthrough, Jess talked to Cher (!), and there's so much more to chat about, including industry news, Kate Hudson’s foray into skincare, and Neen, a subscription-model makeup line from Jeanine Lobell, the founder of Stila. Plus, we Raise A Wand to a foundation that covers the flaky side effects of Accutane (isotreti…
 
In this episode Amira Rose Davis, Brenda Elsey and Jessica Luther are back with the latest on Covid-19 chaos. But first they share the video clips that have made them happy. Then, they discuss the many ways sports are navigating Covid surges, including: tennis player Novak Djokovic's scheme to play in the Australian open, the ridiculous events of t…
 
Episode 123 is the shame-free guide to budgeting featuring Lexa VanDamme, creator of The Avocado Toast Budget! Lexa VanDamme (she/her) is a queer personal finance coach and creator of The Avocado Toast Budget (The ATB). Her mission is to teach people how to save, pay off debt, invest, and finally feel confident with money. Lexa provides shame-free …
 
In this mini episode, Isabella discusses the Japanese stitching traditions of sashiko and boro. Each mini episode focuses on a single needlework technique from each continent, with this week's continent being Asia. Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website, sewwhatpodcast.com,…
 
Josie Maran is the only CEO we know who rode a horse bareback (while naked) for work, started a band with Nicole Richie, starred in a vampire movie, and created a multimillion-dollar beauty business after a chance encounter with a dewy-skinned septuagenarian in Saint-Tropez. She’s here to share those stories and more, including how she cured her st…
 
Welcome to the future! We’re talking about the most promising beauty finds at the Consumer Electronics Show, including a gadget to make at-home hair coloring easier, a smart fragrance device that packs 100 possible perfumes into one bottle, and a toothbrush with a camera (do we really need that?). Plus, there’s lots of news to catch up on, includin…
 
In this episode, Jessica Luther and Amira Rose Davis preview their upcoming miniseries about Black gymnasts on the next season of American Prodigy from Blue Wire. This episode was produced by Tressa Versteeg. Shelby Weldon is our social media and website wizard. Burn It All Down is part of the Blue Wire podcast network. For show notes, transcripts,…
 
Episode 122 focuses on how to create a soul-centered business with Tiffany Cheung. Tiffany Cheung is best known as the Business Activation Coach. She is the host of the “Social Reset Podcast”, a 2x published author, single mom, and owner of a multi 6-figure business. Tiffany is obsessed with supporting you in activating the business of your wildest…
 
Dermatological surgeon Dr. Dendy Engelman is here to demystify topical anti-agers and explain how retinoids, peptides, antioxidants, and acids work. Plus, she offers real talk on which ingredients are truly, scientifically harmful and which are simply vilified by the interwebs. This episode features a new introduction but the interview originally a…
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews embroidery artist Jessica Tang, who explores her Asian-American identity through stitch. The two discuss Jessica's influences, artistic process, and the physical and emotional strength of stitch. Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website, s…
 
In this episode Amira Rose Davis shares her favorite episode (From Star to Scandal: The Story of Medina Spirit) and interview (Jessica Luther with Dr. Cheryl Cooky on the study of women's sports media coverage) from 2021. This episode was produced by Tressa Versteeg. Shelby Weldon is our social media and website specialist. Music in this episode is…
 
The premiere of season 4 of YQD™ features episode 121 with the one and only Tiffany Aliche of The Budgetnista! If you're ready to learn how to get good with money, stick around for this AMAZING episode! WELCOME TO SEASON 4 OF THE YO QUIERO DINERO™ PODCAST, Y'ALL!!! We cannot believe we're already 4 seasons in! Thank you so much for rockin' with us!…
 
Ease into the new year with Shrankhla Holecek, the founder of Uma. She shares how Ayurveda has always been part of her life and offers simple ways we can all make it part of ours, including dry brushing, tongue scraping, and navel therapy oils. This episode features a new introduction but the interview originally aired in June, 2019. We’ll be back …
 
In this episode Shireen Ahmed shares her favorite discussion (Episode 203: Climate Activism in Sport) and interview (NBA Vaccine Roundtable with Dr. Amira Rose Davis, Dr. Candis Smith, Dr. Courtney Cox and Dr. Brooklyne Gipson ) from 2021. This episode was produced by Tressa Versteeg. Shelby Weldon is our social media and website specialist. Burn I…
 
In this episode Brenda Elsey shares her favorite discussion (Episode 198: The NCAA Is Still Laughably Sexist) and interview (Shireen Ahmed with Dr. Sophia Azeb on Palestinian Liberation and Sports) from 2021. This episode was produced by Tressa Versteeg and Ali Lemer. Shelby Weldon is our social media and website specialist. Burn It All Down is par…
 
Gaby Herculano is Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder at iClima Earth, a London-based impact green fintech. Their mission is to redefine climate change investments, by focusing on the companies that can enable CO2e avoidance. Not only we hope to shift the narrative, focusing on the companies with products and services that can transition the world…
 
We’re wrapping up 2021 with the nicest (and naughtiest) moments in the beauty world this year. Pour a glass of your favorite beverage and settle in for our annual tradition, where we cheer the movements, products, people, and brands we loved—and jeer the news, trends, and shenanigans we’d rather not see again in 2022. Links and sponsors: fatmascara…
 
On this episode, Shireen Ahmed talks to Michelle Moore, an award-winning leadership coach, author, speaker and educator about her work in racial equity in sports. They discuss athlete activism, redefining success and Michelle's recently published book Real Wins: Understanding the power of difference to make meaningful gains. This episode was produc…
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews Claire McRee, associate curator at the Allentown Art Museum, about curating needlework at smaller-scale, regional museums. This episode is a natural counterpart to the "Curating Needlework" episode of season 2. Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast h…
 
We’re winding down the year with glowy skin, an Emily in Paris watch party, and a lively week in the beauty world! In the news: beauty takes on And Just Like That (the Sex and the City reboot); Elon Musk’s new haircut; money pieces, the not-so-new hair color trend; camels getting Botox; and new research showing pollution tans your skin just like th…
 
In this episode Jessica Luther, Shireen Ahmed and Lindsay Gibbs talk about important sports stories from 2021 that went widely unrecognized. You'll hear about women's sports media, the implosion of the Syracuse women's basketball team, the start of a Saudi Arabia domestic women's football league, the IOC's gendered and racist persecution of runner …
 
Lea Landaverde is a Queer First Gen. Latina, Entrepreneur, Master of Finance and Owner of Riqueza Wealth Coaching. She is on a mission to bridge the wealth gap between the BIPOC & LGBTQ+ community and wealth. As a daughter of an immigrant, Lea saw the financial failures and sacrifices her family had to go through to live the "American Dream" and be…
 
Born in Mexico City to a family of aesthetes, Rodrigo Flores-Roux was destined to be a perfumer. He reminisces about his fragrance-loving grandmothers, his training in Versailles, and the more than 500 perfumes he’s created—including Clinique Happy and Arquiste Misfit, the Fragrance Foundation’s 2021 Indie Fragrance of the Year. Plus, we talk about…
 
In this episode Jessica Luther talks to Summer-Solstice Thomas about Thomas’s advocacy to get the NCAA to care about gendered violence, specifically in terms of harmful coaches who sexually abuse their athletes. They talk about Thomas’s time as a college athlete, how she came to care about this issue and what she hopes changes in the future. This e…
 
Journalist Darian Symoné Harvin is Jenn’s guest co-host this week! She shares her beauty philosophy and her analysis of the week’s beauty news: Lush stops advertising on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok, citing mental-health concerns; a California man files the first lawsuit based on the CROWN Act; Chrissy Teigen gets eyebrow transplants; …
 
In this episode, Lindsay Gibbs, Shireen Ahmed and Brenda Elsey discuss the latest in DEI initiatives in sports. But first, they talk about what is getting them through the end of 2021. Then they discuss FIFpro's latest equality report, MLS's new diversity policy, the ways DEI data in sport is flawed and what leagues are doing well and not so well. …
 
Paula Tenorio is the founder of Woman CEO Mindset and Woman CEO Academy. Paula is dedicated to empowering women around the world to be unapologetically ambitious and to become financially independent. She is a Serial Entrepreneur, Business Coach, and a Social Media Marketing Strategist. Paula is a social media expert on Instagram growth, monetizati…
 
Comedian Emma Vernon, host of Perfume Room and one of our favorite #perfumetok follows (@emma_vern), shares stories inspired by her scent collection, including her adventures as a late bloomer in love and the seductive perfume that changed it all. We also talk about high-low fragrance dupes; the reason big, white florals don’t belong on tweens; and…
 
In this episode, Dr. Amira Rose Davis is joined by Dr. Nefertiti Walker, Associate Professor of Sports Management, Vice Chancellor of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer at UMass Amherst, and Dr. Scott Brooks, Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Director of the Global Sports Institute at Arizona State University, …
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews Joel Voron, the Integrated Pest Management Specialist at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. The two discuss how historic properties and objects are checked for pests, which types of fibres are at risk, and what it was like to protect textiles during the Coronavirus lockdown. Images and sources are available a…
 
Artificial nails have come a long way, from the late Middle Ages (their first appearance) to the Lee Press On Nails of the 1980s. We share their history, then celebrate the current revival and tell you about some of the best press-on nails we’ve tried. Before that, lots of news to discuss, including the Machine Gun Kelly PR blitz for his new nail p…
 
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