Allure recently reported that beauty podcasts had a big boom in 2020. The time indoors gave us the license to go into a deep-dive into everything related to makeup, skincare, and wellness.
There are hundreds of beauty podcasts out there now, each catering to every kind of concern and philosophy. Here’s a little slice of what you can partake:
Beauty editors by day Jessica Matlin and Jennifer Goldstein don’t just do the usual features with celebrity interviews and product reviews but they also explore special effects makeup and other topics on the beauty fringe.
Jackie Johnson doesn’t take beauty too seriously, but not to say she doesn’t focus on what really matters. The podcast description reads:
“Comedian and beauty expert Jackie Johnson explores the self care space while laughing, yelling, singing, and keeping things cruelty free. Jackie gabs with celebs, makeup artists, indie brand owners, and fellow funny folks about what beauty and self care mean to them (as well as what’s in their bags!).”
Annie Kreighbaum and Nick Axelrod-Welk cross beauty with pop-culture as they talk to makeup artists, beauty editors, and industry insiders.
Smell Ya Later
This one is specifically for the fragrance lover. Join Tynan Sinks and Sable Yong as they explore the world of scents from every angle.
The Science of Beauty
This is for the one who needs to always to listen to the experts. Allure‘s
“Michelle Lee, editor in chief, and Jenny Bailly, executive beauty director, are asking the tough questions and getting the straight answers from dermatologists, cosmetic chemists, and at least one expert on climate change (we said the questions were tough)”