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Beauty from the Heart is a podcast encouraging warm, meaningful conversations with some of the most inspiring people in beauty. Series one is dedicated to brands and individuals inspiring positive change, in particular those contributing to charitable causes.

Beauty from the Heart is a podcast encouraging warm, meaningful conversations with some of the most inspiring people in beauty. Series one is dedicated to brands and individuals inspiring positive change, in particular those contributing to charitable causes.
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United Kingdom

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Beauty from the Heart is a podcast encouraging warm, meaningful conversations with some of the most inspiring people in beauty. Series one is dedicated to brands and individuals inspiring positive change, in particular those contributing to charitable causes.

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English


Episodes

How Bobbi Brown Cosmetics and Smart Works Give Women Career Confidence, Inside and Out

9/15/2019
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Today I’m catching up with an old friend, Amy Conway, the Senior Pro Artist at Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and Charlie Collins, the Director of Partnerships at Smart Works. Together we’re going to talk about the relationship between Bobbi Brown Cosmetics and Smart Works, a charity that coaches unemployed women for job success and dresses them to fit the part. They’re celebrating their 6th birthday this September! Bobbi Brown Cosmetics have worked with Smart Works since 2013. During that time...

Duration:00:37:00

Inspiring a Young Woman to Write Her Future: How Lancome are Mentoring Women with Literacy Needs

9/8/2019
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Did you know that 1 in 7 women in the UK lack basic literacy skills, impacting their ability to confidently read and write? Today, Lancome share the story of how they work with the National Literacy Trust to mentor young women in the UK with literacy needs. Emilie Marsh, Director of Communications at Lancome UK, joins me to explain how the two work together. She also discusses her experience as a successful working woman with dyslexia. Billie Dunne, Programme Manager at the National...

Duration:00:35:24

Caroline Hirons Talks Give and Makeup, The Eve Appeal, and Everything In Between

9/1/2019
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Caroline Hirons This week, Caroline Hirons is sharing the story of how she founded Give and Make-up to support women in domestic violence situations. We also discuss her partnership with the Eve Appeal, a charity focused with gynaecological cancers, and her thoughts on life, love and everything in between. Caroline is a very passionate woman, and as such she uses a few pieces of choice language in this episode. There’s some occasional swearing, but mostly just musings from a place of...

Duration:00:52:23

Callie Thorpe on Body Positivity and the Many Definitions of Beauty

8/25/2019
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Talking body positivity, challenging what we’ve been taught to perceive as beautiful and giving us all of her tips on confidence, this week’s guest is Callie Thorpe. Callie is a model, blogger and body positivity activist, soon to launch her own podcast called The Confidence Corner. Here are a few of the things we discuss in this week’s episode that you may wish to take a look at. Also, just a heads up, there is some occasional swearing in this episode. Gabi Fresh:...

Duration:00:45:08

Mysticism and Ethical Conscience with David Petrusich of Herbivore Botanicals

8/18/2019
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David Petrusich, director of education at Herbivore Botanicals, joins me today to share the many ethical initiatives of this super clean, green beauty brand. With over 35% of the work force coming from the LGBTQIA+ community, Herbivore support many different charities within this community as chosen by their own team. In addition to talking all things clean beauty, David himself is an intuitive reader and medium so this conversation takes something of a spiritual turn. If energies and...

Duration:00:33:25

BECO: the Soap Social Enterprise Supporting Blind, Disabled and Disadvantaged People

8/11/2019
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BECO join me for today’s episode to talk about their social enterprise in Walthamstow, London. Making various organic soaps, their work force comprises over 80% blind, disabled and disadvantaged people. Camilla Marcus-Dew, co-founder, shares her reasons for starting the business and her thoughts on the power of social enterprise. And Michael, one of the BECO team members, shares his experience of working within the team. BECO are truly one of the loveliest teams I’ve ever come across –...

Duration:00:29:45

Dominic Skinner from MAC Cosmetics on VIVA GLAM

8/4/2019
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Today I’m joined by Dominic Skinner, Global Senior Artist at MAC Cosmetics and judge on BBC’s Glow Up, to discuss the journey of VIVA GLAM Lipsticks and their 25-year charitable heritage at MAC. To date, MAC have donated $500 million USD to organisations around the world in support of people living with HIV and/or AIDS. Recently, they announced that they have expanded the beneficiaries of the VIVA GLAM campaign to include Planned Parenthood, GLAAD in support of LGBTQ+ rights and Girls...

Duration:00:43:35

Sali Hughes on How She Created The Beauty Banks

7/22/2019
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Today I’m joined by Sali Hughes, author, journalist and co-founder of The Beauty Banks, a charity providing basic hygiene supplies to people in need in the UK. Here are a few of the things we discuss in this week’s show that you may want to take a look at… The Beauty Banks: www.beautybanks.org.uk/faq-s Easho: www.easho.co.uk/beauty-banks.html Pretty Honest: www.amazon.co.uk/Pretty-Honest-Straight-Talking-Beauty-Companion In the Bathroom with Caitlin Moran:...

Duration:00:56:03