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Breaking Beauty Podcast

By Dear Media

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Description

Behind every bestselling beauty product, there's a damn good story. Two longtime magazine beauty editors, Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins, chat about the breakthrough beauty products lining store shelves, and how they came to be. Each month, we talk to the industry’s most genius founders, and find out how they broke into the biz, with a little beauty idea that blew up into a million-dollar success story. Find out which products beauty editors and insiders really hoard, while hearing the struggles and successes behind the world's buzziest beauty brands. Plus, check out their mid-month episodes where they give hot takes on the latest launches and reviews!

Customer Reviews

Accuracy & Context needed

Listening to Ep #50 made me want to write in.
First of all, throwing a mascara out after three months as a rule is insane. The beauty industry has continued to shorten the life of mascara even as technology has improved. I wonder why? None other than fleecing the poor consumer. It totally depends on how much you use the mascara and other factors only the user can determine such as drying out, clumping, contamination, etc.
Really, in three weeks your mascara dries out? Only if you are using it a billion times a day.
And Snapscara comes in four shades, not three.
Maybe I ask too much from beauty editors to check the industry instead of promoting costly nonsense.
Credibility reduced in this pod.

Love everything about it

I love purchasing and talking to others about beauty products so this podcast is so perfect for me. I loved their latest episode mixing beauty and wellness - it was so interesting to see that cross over!

Good content, but the structure is disappointing

Heard my first episode, #26 with Caroline Hirons. The part with Hirons was great, learned something new and it amused me. BUT it took you 20 minutes to get to the topic that you advertised in the tittle and description!!! This made me very frustrated because when I click on something it’s because I am interested in what it advertises. After, I hear the bit with Hirons, you would have me hooked and I’d love to hear about the mascar and whatever other news you have. But by the time I got to hear Hirons I was upset that you’d wasted 20 minutes of my time with information I was not interested in. Good content, but you’re structure disappoints.

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