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Get Glowing with Hanny Patel
46 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
The Road To Bosso Cosmetics with Kimberley Bosso
Today I’m joined by Makeup Artist to the stars and well-renowned Beauty Teacher, Kimberley Bosso!Kimberley is the creator behind ‘Bosso Makeup Beverly Hills’ and an educator at ‘Bosso Makeup School’, where she runs multiple Intensive Courses spanning across two to six day-long periods. These classes are a brilliant opportunity for aspiring professionals to learn the essentials of product application and also be provided a space to create in a judgment-free zone from some of the best in the field! Kimberley has a unique perspective in her line of work, as she isn’t someone who was interested in makeup from a super young age. In this episode, we chat about when makeup started to play a key role in Kimberley’s career, what she learned from moving out to LA at seventeen, as well as how her business has shifted since Covid-19.To learn more about Kimberly's road to success and hear some of her beauty insights, tune in to Episode 8 of Get Glowing! Some Questions I Ask:What is your earliest beauty memory? (1:23)When did makeup become something you could pursue as a career? (15:14)What made you decide to make the shift from being a makeup artist to a beauty teacher? (17:50)How do you juggle all of your roles in the beauty industry? (23:35)What advice can you give to parents who are homeschooling at the moment and trying to balance work and family responsibilities? (25:48)How have you pivoted your business during the pandemic? (34:38)Can you share any stories from your celebrity clients? (40:13)In This Episode You Will Learn:Kimberley’s journey to becoming a Makeup Artist (4:33)Kimberley’s experience moving out to LA at seventeen & What she learned along the way (8:42)The story behind Kimberley’s company ‘Queen Bee Makeup Corporation’ (16:02)How Kimberley has approached her website redesign & SEO insights (29:22)Kimberley’s personal beauty routine & How she approaches makeup for herself and her clients (37:50)Why Kimberley is such a big believer in ‘Murad Skincare’ products (38:44)Connect With Hanny Patel:Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect With Kimberley Bosso:InstagramYoutube ChannelFacebook Kimberley Bosso - WebsiteBosso Makeup - WebsiteResources:Murad Skincare See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
How We Can Be Better Allies & Support Black-Owned Beauty Brands
These past few weeks have been challenging, upsetting, and for a lot of us, eye-opening. It’s been a sombre time for black people in America in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and there is no excuse for the racial inequality that marginalized folk experience at the hands of police officers. It’s clear to see that the US has hit a breaking point and will not stand for these kinds of injustices any longer. The concern has even spread across the globe and brought to light similar issues that are faced outside of America. Though we are scared and taking on the emotional weight of all of this at the moment, we are not helpless. Many organizations and non-for-profits are actively taking donations and are constantly working to end violence towards people of color. Black-owned beauty brands such as Fenty Beauty and Pat McGrath Labs are also doing their part to be as inclusive as possible in their shade ranges and products, so every skin tone is considered in production. It’s up to us as consumers and allies to make a concerted effort to purchase from ethical brands and do our part in contributing to this movement however we can. I’ve listed all of the brands mentioned in this episode, as well as some racial justice organizations you can support and donate to as well. Thank you so much for listening! In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on the racial injustice that is experienced throughout the US (0:49)My perspective on this situation as an Indian woman & What I want to teach my daughter about racial inequality (2:24)What the aim of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement consists of (5:02)Ways that we can support this movement and be allies and advocates for change (5:37)How Sephora is contributing to ‘The National Black Justice Coalition’ (7:07)A list of black-owned beauty brands & Some backstory on a few of the founders (8:03)Black-owned beauty brands I haven’t used yet but are on my list to try out (16:02)Connect With Hanny Patel:Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: email@example.com Black-Owned Beauty Brands Mentioned In This Episode:Fenty Beauty Pat McGrath LabsColoured Raine CosmeticsBriogeoJuvia’s PlaceUoma BeautyMented CosmeticsDanessa Myricks BeautyRange BeautyBeauty BakerieAce BeauteB.Simone BeautyDehiya Beauty Hyperskin BeautyStat The Lip Bar Unsun Pholk Beauty Pear Nova Janet and Jo. Undefined Beauty Lamik Beauty Nyakio Beauty The Crayon Case Propa BeautyPrime Beauty MFMG (Makeup For Melanin Girls) Cosmetics Omolewa Cosmetics Hue Noir Glo by Glory Nine Three Beauty Plain Jane Beauty Iman Cosmetics A.P.D.G. Ka’oir Nagi Cosmetics Maple & Beech Cosmetics OPV Beauty September Rose Co Muny Luxe Lashes Kaylux CosmeticsMDM Flow Racial Justice Organizations You Can Support:Funds:George Floyd Memorial Fund - The official GOFUNDME to support the Floyd familyThe Atlanta Solidarity Fund - Atlanta bail fund dedicated to those who have been arrested for protesting political injustice. You can donate to The Atlanta Solidarity Fund here.The Bail Project - National fund that helps pay bail for people in need. Once a client's case has ended, the bail money is returned to the fund and used over and over again, so your donation here can go a long way. You can also visit The National Bail Fund Network to see a full directory of bail funds by state.LGBTQ Fund - Organization which raises money to post bail for LGBTQIA+ people who have been jailed across the country. The LGBTQ Fund also provides referrals to medical, legal, and social services to those in need, in addition to "raising awareness of the epidemic of LGBTQ over-incarceration." You can donate to its cause here.Non-For-Profits:Black Visions Collective - Black Visions Collection is a social justice organization that aims to "center our work in healing and transformative justice principles, intentionally develop our organization's core 'DNA' to ensure sustainability, and develop Minnesota’s emerging black leadership to lead powerful campaigns." You can donate to the cause here.Black AIDS Institute - The mission of the Black AIDS Institute is "to stop the AIDS epidemic in black communities by engaging and mobilizing black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV." Just a couple of the key resources it provides include a Los Angeles medical clinic specializing in HIV services and prevention and a national network of AIDS/HIV stakeholders like service providers, educators, and community leaders. You can donate to its cause here.Campaign Zero - Campaign Zero aims to end police brutality by providing the public and government officials with urgent, research-based policy solutions. You can donate to its cause via PayPal here.Communities United Against Police Brutality - Twin Cities-based organization that confronts police brutality by providing those in need with services, including but not limited to crisis hotlines and legal, medical, and psychological referrals. It also holds rallies, protests, and educational seminars alongside "routinely waging battles in the political and legal arenas to bring about changes in laws, policies, and practices that reduce accountability and allow police brutality to occur." You can donate to its cause via PayPal here.Fair Fight - Founded by Stacey Abrams, Fair Fight promotes fair elections by bringing voter discrimination to light with education programs and election reform advocacy. You can donate here.Know Your Rights Camp - Organization founded by Colin Kaepernick that holds education seminars across the country for black and brown youth. Know Your Rights Camp teamed up with defense lawyers in the Minneapolis area to help provide legal resources for those in Minnesota in need right now. You can donate to the organization here and learn more about the legal defense initiative here.Minnesota Freedom Fund - A community based nonprofit that pays for criminal bail and immigration bonds for individuals who have been arrested while protesting police brutality. North Star Health Collective - North Star Health Collective is a group of health care providers who work in alliance with organizations to create safer environments for protesters. You can donate to the cause here.Reclaim the Block - This organization works with communities and city council members in Minneapolis to redistribute money from the police department to other parts of the city's budget that "truly promote community health and safety." You can donate to Reclaim the Block here.Unicorn Riot - This independent, educational, and decentralized media nonprofit works to identify the causes of social issues by sharing stories of people whose voices have been silenced. You can donate to Unicorn Riot here.LGBTQ+ Organizations:BreakOUT! - BreakOUT! aims to make New Orleans a safer city for LGBTQIA+ youths. To do so, it "builds on the rich cultural tradition of resistance in the South to build the power of LGBTQ youth ages 13-25 and directly impacted by the criminal justice system through youth organizing, healing justice, and leadership development programs." You can donate to its cause here.House of GG - Founded and led by trans and gender-nonconforming people in Little Rock, Arkansas, House of GG provides "safe and transformative spaces where members of our community can heal — physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually — from the trauma arising from generations of transphobia, racism, sexism, poverty, ableism, and violence." You can donate to its cause here.The Okra Project - With the donations it receives, New York City-based The Okra Project fights food insecurity and "pays black trans chefs to go into the homes of black trans people to cook them a healthy and home-cooked meal at absolutely no cost." In addition, it provides free meal delivery to black trans people who are homeless or do not have adequate space in their homes for mean preparation by a chef. You can donate to its cause via PayPal here.The Transgender District - Founded by three black trans women, this San Francisco organization has developed the world's first legally recognized transgender cultural district in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood. It aims to "stabilize and economically empower the transgender community through ownership of homes, businesses, historic and cultural sites, and safe community spaces." You can donate to The Transgender District here.Trans Justice Funding Project - The Trans Justice Funding Project provides financial grants to transgender community leaders across the country in order to "support grassroots, trans justice groups run by and for trans people." You can either donate directly to the organization here, or you can click here to see its directory of grantees and donate directly to one of them.Solutions Not Punishment Co. - This organization led by black trans and queer activists is devoted to "ending the mass crisis of passive genocide, incarceration, and criminalization of black trans women" with education programs, resources such as reports and media guidelines, and a fund that "provides direct financial support to for trans folks navigating personal emergencies." You can donate to Solutions Not Punishment Co. here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
41 minutes | Jun 3, 2020
Organizing Your Beautiful Life with Megan Tevlin
Today’s show is going to be a little different, as we dive into a topic that isn’t always associated with the world of beauty. I’m talking about organizing, and the amazing service that gets provided to so many in creating a space that is conducive to their own self-care! In this episode, I’m joined by the Founder of The Organizing Blonde, Megan Tevlin! Megan is someone who takes pride in the work she does and is truly passionate about the people whose lives she’s had an impact on through her business. She’s also a big advocate for ethical and sustainable ways to declutter and gives some great advice on how each of us can apply her methods in our everyday lives. Building an optimal layout within your living area is not only aesthetically pleasing, but psychologically beneficial as well. It is so much deeper than just simply cleaning a home, it’s an everyday practice that will raise your awareness in what holds value to you, as well as giving you the chance to prioritize yourself and your space in the process. For those wanting to learn more from the superstar organizer Megan herself, tune in to Episode 6 of Get Glowing!Some Questions I Ask:Where did the name ‘The Organizing Blonde’ come from? (2:14)What are the psychological aspects behind the work that you do? (5:28)How do you handle clients who have attachments with items that they’re ‘saving for a rainy day’ but don’t get much use out of? (9:34)Were you always an organized person? (12:09)What is your advice for storing beauty appliances and electronics? (27:50)In This Episode You Will Learn:What Megan does at ‘The Organizing Blonde’ (5:28)How the process of organizing a home can look for each client (8:23)The connection Megan’s business has to the beauty space (14:39)Megan’s tips for categorizing the beauty products within your home (19:55)Advice on how we can create space in our bags and purses (28:21)Why we should treat our home as a sanctuary (35:06)Connect With Hanny Patel:Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect With Megan Tevlin:Megan Tevlin - InstagramThe Organizing Blonde - InstagramThe Organizing Blonde - Website The Organizing Blonde - Facebook See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | May 26, 2020
The Science Behind Skincare with May Ali
Today is all about skincare and I’m so excited to announce that May Ali, a licensed Physician’s Assistant, and Skincare Expert at ZO Skin Centre, is joining me in this episode! Having had over 11 years of experience in this field and treating her patients with such a wide range of aesthetic and cosmetic procedures, she is one of the most trusted medical professionals I know. We get into May’s background in Dermatology, the functions behind certain elements in our skin, as well as her professional advice for maintaining strong and healthy skin. It’s so important that we get the correct information when it comes to properly treating our bodies, which is why I can’t recommend May’s services enough. As a soon-to-be client at ZO Skin Health, I wanted to cover all my bases in making sure that I get the most out of my treatment there and inform my listeners on how to approach their own skincare journeys, too. For those considering booking a consultation and who want to learn more about May and her practice, tune in to Episode 6 of Get Glowing! Some Questions I Ask:How does being a Physician’s Assistant differ from being an Esthetician? (2:59)Did you always know you wanted to go into the medical field? (5:51)You mentioned that your Dad was a big reason you wanted to pursue medicine - what influence did your Mom have in your life? (7:12)How did you end up working with Dr. Obagi? (19:34)What will my personal skincare journey look like as a client of yours? (27:48)Can my listeners reach out to you for a consultation & What are the essential things they should be doing to take care of their skin at home? (41:04) In This Episode You Will Learn:What being a Physician’s Assistant entails (4:20)Information on Rosacea and how it affects the skin (8:18)The process of oil production in our skin (9:03)Background on May’s nationality & How traveling to America gave her perspective, growing up (11:16)The role of melanocytes in your skin & Tips for people with darker pigmentations (13:55)Makeup products that May recommends you stay away from (41:36)Let’s Connect!Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: email@example.com Connect With May Ali:LinkedInZO Skin Centre - WebsiteZO Skin Health - InstagramContact Number: 818-322-5727Resources: Product: “Sunscreen + Powder Broad-Spectrum SPF 40” - ZO Skin Health See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29 minutes | May 19, 2020
Back to Basics
I’ve gotten so many questions from my listeners lately about the basics to a good makeup and skincare routine, so today I’m diving into just that! How you choose to approach your routine is completely up to you and there’s no pressure to feel like you need to do things a certain way if it’s not comfortable. In this episode, I discuss some tips and tricks I’ve learned on choosing the right products for different skin types, what the purpose of those products are, and how to properly apply them. Remember, everyone has their own unique needs when it comes to makeup, so listening to your skin and your body is what’s most important in creating a reliable regime. If you’re interested to learn more about these useful beauty essentials, then tune in to Episode 5 of Get Glowing! In This Episode You Will Learn:How primer reacts to different skin type & Finding one that works for you (3:10)Best practices for applying primer (4:58)What the purpose of foundation is in your makeup routine (5:57)Why foundation is not categorized as skincare (7:43)How to choose the right foundation for your skin type (8:57)Tips on controlling coverage levels when applying foundation (10:03) Why you should consider the finish you want from your base (11:58) How to find your undertone & Choosing the right foundation shade (14:31)The difference between undertones and surface tones (15:36)How the names of foundations relate to your undertones (19:17)Tips on using concealer & How to color correct (21:03)How to properly set your undereyes (25:56)Let’s connect!Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
63 minutes | May 12, 2020
How to Slow Down the Aging Process
Aging is a process that we all go through, whether we like it or not. Our bones lose some of their volume, our muscles atrophy, and in the skin itself, the collagen shrinks up, so we have less of the hydrating agents in the dermis. We cannot avoid these structural changes, but we can at least help our bodies to slow them down.Sue – my guest today - is one of the specialists that take great pleasure in helping others feel good and look good, because that definitely changes the energy released into the world. She joins her clients into their skin transformation journey and guides them through every step of the way by offering accurate information and customized solutions for their needs. As I’m always looking to learn more about my skin and look as good as I can for as long as I can, in today’s episode, I wanted to talk to Sue about skin health and what happens to our body when we’re aging. She shares important tips on what we can do to slow down the aging process, what a full skin cycle is, how sugar affects our skin, and many other topics that I’m really excited to share with you.Sue Liedel is a Master Licensed Skin Care Specialist practicing for more than 18 years in Monmouth County, NJ. She has achieved the highest level of skincare certifications as a Master-level esthetician with a CMEM license, qualifying her for advanced skincare measures. Sue is a thought leader in the field of skin health and she is a leading provider of medical-grade peels and device therapy at Skin Sense Spa - the premier medical spa of Anthony Sparano, MD.Sue has a passion for patient education with a primary focus on the relationship between skin health and nutrition. She is committed to educating patients and communities on the most effective means of achieving their best skin. Sue has attended numerous select conferences with the leaders in her discipline, acquiring advanced education in peel and device therapies.I’m sure we all want to look forever young and natural, so tune in to Episode 04 of Get Glowing, to learn all about the fight against aging and what we should incorporate in our routine to win the battle.Some questions I ask:Sue, what is your earliest beauty memory? (03:27)Now you’re Master Licensed Skin Care Specialist – would you tell us what it means and what it is that you do? (09:04)When someone comes into your office, how do you decide what’s the right treatment for them? (21:06)What advice would you give to our listeners who want to take care of their skins and look as good as they can? (24:39)What could we be doing for ourselves, while we’re at home, to take care of ourselves? (40:20)What are your recommendations on the devices we could use at home? (49:12)What are your must-haves? And what makes you feel confident and beautiful? (54:18)In this episode, you will learn:About eSalon, the service that creates custom hair color for your needs. (05:20)The benefits you can get from scheduling an appointment with Sue. (11:11)The relationship between dermatologists and aestheticians. (14:23)The four components that comprise facial aging. (16:18)Everything there is to know about fillers. (28:56)The advantages and disadvantages of using retinols. (43:39)What is “Skin Solutions with Sue” and the goals She has around this project. (58:26)Connect with Sue:InstagramFacebookLinkedInLet’s connect!Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | May 5, 2020
Take Care of Your Skin at the Deepest Level
We can only do so much in terms of taking care of our skin, topically. For example, if our skin is rough or dry, we can put moisturizer on, but the actual hydration has to have internal sources. Just how the beauty starts from the inside, so does the health of our skin.Our gut accumulates lots of toxins throughout time, and these toxins manifest themselves in multiple ways in our body, including in the form of acne, headaches, and plenty of other conditions. So, in today’s episode, Liza and I talk about something that we don’t always think about: skincare at our deepest level - and she shares with us how what is on the inside can show up in all sorts of ways on the outside.Liza Paz has been a Colon Therapist at Body Zen Alive for the last 4 years, and I can tell you, from the many times I’ve been visiting her as a patient, that besides her professional expertise she loves to talk about all things health and beauty - and in this episode, she shares her routines and the things that make her feel confident and beautiful. In her free time, she enjoys running outdoors - and get this: she loves running uphill! Have you met any other person that does that and actually enjoys it? Well, Liza is full of surprises, so tune in and listen to Episode 03 of Get Glowing, because we’ve got some interesting topics that I’m sure will pique your interest!Some questions I ask:What is your first beauty memory? (02:20)What is colon hydrotherapy? (10:40)What are some of the benefits that a person can see both immediately and in the longer term? (20:43)How has your business been affected by the quarantine? Are you still open right now? (30:35)How are you filling your time these days, besides going into the office? (34:03)In this episode, you will learn:Liza’s beauty routine. (08:14)How the process of colon therapy works. (11:52)What to look for when choosing a colon therapist. (14:34)The recommended frequency of colon therapy sessions. (15:56)How colon therapy positively affects our skin. (22:01)The reasons why flight attendants and airline pilots are adding colon therapy to their routine. (28:41)How to take care of your eyebrows. (40:48)Connect with Liza:WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebook PageYelpLinkedInPhone No.: 310-587-2639Let’s connect!Facebook GroupInstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
58 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Be Confident In Your Own Skin
When you start modeling and auditioning, you’re competing against all of these beautiful, gorgeous people, and you start to compare yourself, and more often than not, you start to find flaws in your body that don’t even exist.You are perfect the way you are, and at the end of the day, it’s not about trying to be somebody else or looking like another person - it’s about being who you are.Today, Diana and I will be talking about her amazing paths along her career journey, her triumph over breast cancer and how that changed her, and also, how she’s approaching her day to day differently now, in our new normal in the world of COVID.Diana Gallo has been a model for over 20 years and appeared on magazine covers, commercials, television shows, movies, music videos, and print catalogs. She is a professional make-up artist and also a certified yoga instructor who uses yoga and breathwork to help her students feel grounded, calm, and confident under any circumstances. She has recently opened the Manhattan Model Studio that goes hand in hand with Billy Gallo’s business, the Manhattan Actor Studio. Diana and her husband’s combined talents and knowledge make them experts in the modeling and acting industries.Diana’s ultimate goal is to teach her students life-long skills, which will carry them through any of their endeavors, so listen to Episode 02 of Get Glowing, where she shares some of these skills with all of us and of course, her beauty tips and routines.Some questions I ask:What is your first beauty memory? (03:13)While you were going to make-up school at night, you were also holding down a full-time day job working for the government. Tell us about that. (10:52)How did your life change after surviving your breast cancer? (24:56)How have you been handling your routine, now that you’re staying at home? (29:55)What do you do at night to make sure you’re taking care of your face? (37:03)Tell us about your new business – Manhattan Model Studio. (42:21)If you could give one piece of advice to the moms who are listening who have daughters that want to get into modeling, what would you tell them? (50:17)In this episode, you will learn:How taking make-up classes helped Diana learn a lot of things that she didn’t realize she didn’t know. (07:15)What drove Diana to pursue her passion, and not settle with the comfort of a steady job. (13:50)How she managed to juggle between having a day job at the government, doing make-up gigs, and booking jobs for modeling – all at the same time. (16:24)The story of how Diana discovered she had breast cancer. (19:24)How face oils actually make your skin less oily. (39:07)The importance of being who you are versus trying to look like someone else. (44:48)Some of the red flags in the modeling industry that every woman should know. (53:36)Connect with Diana:WebsiteFacebookInstagramLet’s connect!Facebook GroupInstagramLinkedInEmail: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
The ABC of Anti-Aging
True beauty comes from the inside out, and when you add looking good to the mix, it makes you stand a little bit taller, it puts a bigger smile on your face, and it gives you more confidence that you can achieve whatever dreams you have.Give yourself permission – especially now, when you’re stuck at home – to indulge in some self-care and pampering because you deserve it!Today, I just wanted to share with you who I am so that we can start getting to know each other and building a strong community that will inspire and motivate you to glow a little brighter every day.At the end of each episode, I want you to walk away with at least one nugget or one piece of information that will help you create your unique beauty. This First Episode of Get Glowing makes no exception, so tune in and learn what kind of skincare routine you should be following. In this episode, you will learn:Who I am and some insights into my backstory. (02:06)My reasons for starting this podcast. (05:45)What you can expect from Get Glowing. (10:57)The essential steps of the anti-aging routine. (12:50)Why your skin needs Vitamins A, B3, and C. (13:36)The importance of exfoliating your skin. (15:48)How to hydrate your skin. (17:10)Let’s connect!Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/getglowingwithhanny/Instagram @hanny._patelLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannypatel/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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