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Episode 20 : Nadine Baggott

Irregular Bitches

“Ageism is the only type of bigotry that targets the future you”We are cutting through the Beauty Bullshit with Beauty Guru Nadine Baggott who quite frankly gives us gold!Nadine has done all the research for us and we are so lucky that she is happy to share.Instagram: @nadinebaggottYouTube: Nadine BaggottWe talk:When we don’t need to spend much on skincare and makeup and when we shouldThat you need to step up your skincare when you are MenopausalHow HRT is great for your skinWhere to go to for vegan and vegetarian productsPlus loads moreDonna Ashworth reads another one of her glorious poems ‘More’. Her books History Will Remember When the World Stopped, To The Women and her new book The Right Words are all available on Amazon and they are all under £8 so perfect for presents.Until next weekSTAY COOL BITCHESThis episode was brought to you by YOPPIE. Get 50% off your first two boxes of period and PMS care by visiting yoppie.com/irregularbitches (discount applied at checkout).Original music by: ChoppersaurusFind us on Facebook: irregularbitchesOn Instagram: theirregularbitchesOr email us your experiences and stories to: irregularbsbaby@gmail.comIrregular Bitches is a Factory Originals Productionwww.factory.uk.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

47mins

1 Jul 2021

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How Are You? The Wellbeing Podcast

We learn about all things skincare, beauty and self-care from the incredible Nadine Baggott. Listen by clicking ‘Play’, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Acast and please do rate and review to help others find the podcast.****Find Connie:Instagram: @conniesimmondsTwitter: @ConnieSimmonds See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr

17 Mar 2021

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Feel-Good Habits | Nadine Baggott

The Emma Guns Show

Nadine Baggott joins me on the podcast to share her feel-good habits, the strategies she uses and recommends to make sure every day is a good day.As you’d expect from Nadine, these habits are practical, honest and there is absolutely no sugar-coating whatsoever. To quote one of Nadine’s favourite films, ‘buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy night’. During our conversation @nadinebaggott reveals:The benefits of having pets and the rewards the act of loving and caring for them gives.The dangers of externalising your power.How to make lists, but lists with real purpose that create action.Why it’s important to find pleasure in small things.The dangers of being around miserable and/or narcissistic people and why @drramani youtube is a good source for sussing that out.Why getting outside is vital for physical, mental, and emotional health.How music can play a vital role in setting your mood and making you feel motivated.Why @beyonce Lemonade played a crucial role in helping Nadine navigate a challenging time in her own life.Why it’s so important to have hope and something to look forward to.The friends she has surrounded herself with and what they all have in common and why they are such a positive network of trusted connections, and much more...To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/emmagunavardhana. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

58mins

18 Jan 2021

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Is beauty journalism a dying trade? Featuring Nadine Baggott

The Eco Well podcast

This conversation featured Nadine Baggott on the state of beauty journalism. In today's media landscape of fast and free, it’s hard to imagine the quality of media keeping up it’s standards. Journalism has never been a particularly lucrative career path. But today, with release schedules that are measured in hours, minutes and seconds, rather than weeks or days, things are certainly a lot harder for the average journalist. Click bait is now the name of the game, with misleading titles like ‘Are skin-care products the new cigarettes?’ the norm.  News and magazine agencies are closing left and right, and those who do survive end up at the mercy of their advertisers. At present in magazines, the difference between content and advertisement is almost imperceptible. On social media, you have to claim when you are being sponsored to say something, but in the magazines today it’s the wild wild west. To add to all of this, journalists are now competing with influencers, who at any time are a few taps away from reaching millions of people.  Where does that leave journalists? No one wants to pay for their work, no one wants to wait for their work, and if they want to investigate the advertisers, who's going to pay for that? How is this fast and free model expected to provide us with accurate information?  Hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did! Do you value our content? Please consider supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/theecowell

34mins

10 Nov 2020

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In Conversation With: Beauty Expert Debunks Anti-Ageing, At-Home Colouring & Baby Botox - Nadine Baggott

SheerLuxe Podcast

This week, Georgie Coleridge Cole is joined by beauty journalist, presenter, YouTuber and industry legend Nadine Baggott. The two discuss lockdown and bingeing box sets before chat turns to beauty - from anti-ageing tips to how to colour your roots at home, £2.99 boosters to baby botox and tweatments, Nadine reveals her top tips. Plus, she shares all the details of her exciting collaboration with Superdrug - get the inside scoop on her skincare and beauty launch... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

49mins

22 Oct 2020

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Time, experience and confidence with Nadine Baggott

Conversations in Confidence

This week we’re talking to one of the industry’s most well respected beauty experts, Nadine Baggott. Nadine landed her first beauty editorial role in 1989 and has been sharing make-up bag secrets of the rich and famous ever since. Initially building her career as the beauty director at one of the UK’s most popular weekly magazines and TV presenting, she now uses her social media channels to communicate with women in her own way.Being 57, Nadine is passionate about having honest conversations with women who want to look great at every age. Whether it’s an expensive product that isn’t worth the hype or a little procedure she’s had which is enhancing the way she looks, everything is on the table and that’s why her followers love her.Here are some of the things we discuss in this episode that you may wish to take a look at…Nadine on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nadinebaggottNadine on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCag0Yi1S2sTmuPcr8ED91yANadine on the Emma Guns Show: https://play.acast.com/s/emmagunavardhana/nadinebaggottreturns-celebritystoriesNadine and Rose video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HCOAU_B5-Q&t=3sCC+ Cream: www.itcosmetics.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

32mins

31 Oct 2019

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Nadine Baggott - YouTuber and Celebrity Beauty Editor (UK)

Beauty Island

Is neck cream a complete waste of money? Is the science or the marketing of a beauty product more important? And what's the foolproof eyeliner Nadine's been using for years? Listen to find out...Hello and welcome back to Beauty Island, the beauty podcast that celebrates life and lipstick.I’m your host, beauty journalist, Brittany Stewart.Each episode, I sit down with a guest and ask them about the 8 beauty products that have a special memory or meaning for them. The ones they’d take to a desert island, or Beauty Island, that I am sending them off too. Maybe it’s the product that reminds them of their mum, the beauty product that defined their teens or the perfume that instantly sparks a memory of a special place or person.Along the way we find out more about their life, career and the people and events that have shaped them into who they are today.I’m very excited to share today’s episode with celebrity beauty editor, TV presenter, YouTuber, and one of my favourite beauty content creators, Nadine Baggott . As I mentioned last week, it’s one I did when I was in London. I slid into Nadine’s DMs, not expecting to hear back, and within a few hours we’d set a date to meet up at her agent’s office to chat.In a world of 20-something beauty youtubers, Nadine, in her mid 50s, does beauty for grown ups, as she calls it. After 18 years as a celebrity beauty editor at Hello Magazine - and does she have some stories including being told to fuck off by Kate Moss and sued by Naomi Campbell - frustrated by the slow uptake of print media to the digital space, she started a youtube channel. She now has over 100,000 YouTube subscribers and is represented by Gleam Futures, the same talent management as Zoella, Pixiwoo, Louise Pentland, and many more. It was in their office we met, a bustling place near Tottenham Court Road.Nadine is tall, confident, cool and utterly charming. You can see why she’s such a brilliant journalist - warm, open, funny and able to instantly put you at ease.This is a slightly longer episode than normal but for good reason. We covered so many topics in the beauty industry, with Nadine offering a no BS, upfront take on it all from why she hates the term ‘clean’ beauty and the battle between science and marketing in the beauty industry to whether expensive and cheap makeup is all coming from the same factory. Bet your ears pricked up at that!She shares the 8 (plus a few more!) beauty products that have a special memory for her, why neck creams are a complete waste of money and the face product that’s confidence in a tube.As always, If you enjoy this episode, please subscribe to the podcast, rate five stars and write a review on Apple Podcasts. It really helps other people find the podcast. And share and tag me on your Instagram stories too - I love reposting and seeing where you’re listening. Thank you for the lovely welcome back and comments following the launch of season three last week - I hope you enjoy this episode too.Now, over to Nadine. Enjoy.Follow Nadine:YouTube and InstagramFollow host Brittany Stewart:Instagram: @brittanybeautybts @beautyislandpodcastEmail: beautyislandpodcast@gmail.comSubscribe to It's A Beauty! Newsletter for no BS beauty reviews, tips and tricks. (It's free!): http://bit.ly/2OE05XBPlease note - all beauty products mentioned in this episode are honest recommendations, with no sponsored or advertised mentions. Products Nadine spoke about:Oil of UlayClearasilRimmel Hide The BlemishGivenchy IIIOriginal Dunhill For Men (fragrance)Feu De Bois by Diptyqe room fragranceIt Cosmetics CC CreamBobbi Brown Black Plum Eye ShadowCeraVe Hydrating Gel CleanserBoots YourGoodSkin Nourishing Hot Cloth CleanserClinique Turnaround CreamSkinceuticals Glycolic 10 RenewAmeliorate body lotionBiodentical hormone Replacement TherapyKerastase Hair MaskSound effects obtained from ZapsplatMusic: Dexter Britain

1hr 14mins

7 Oct 2019

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Hormones, Menopause & Beauty with Nadine Baggott & Dr Amalia Annaradnam

The Beauty Podcast, with Sali Hughes

Women are opening up about their experiences with menopause. Some are livid about it, while others want their employers to be compassionate about it. How can women be prepared for menopause and spot the symptoms of perimenopause? What do women who are currently going through it or post menopausal need to know about the treatments available to them? Beauty Journalist Nadine Baggott and Dr Amalia Annaradnam (The London Hormone Clinic) join Sali to talk in-depth about HRT, hair loss, hot flushes and the varying changes a woman will go through. Sali, Nadine and Dr Amalia take your menopause related questions in the surgery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

32mins

11 Sep 2019

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Estée Lalonde & Nadine Baggott | Listener Qs and Truth Bombs.

The Emma Guns Show

By popular demand, Estée Lalonde and Nadine Baggott return to the podcast - this time together. In this show we answer listener questions, get distracted by near-naked models and shoot the breeze...Follow Estée:Estée Lalonde on Twitter @EstéeLalonde Instagram @EstéeLalonde YouTube Estée Lalonde Estée's podcast You're on the Line. Follow Nadine:Nadine on Twitter @nadinebaggott Instagram @nadinebaggott YouTube Nadine Baggott To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum.To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/emmagunavardhana. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 8mins

17 Aug 2019

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Nadine Baggott: Beauty Without the BS

Outspoken Beauty

She's been in the beauty industry for 25 years and her straight talking, no nonsense approach has won her hundreds of thousands of die-hard fans.Nadine Baggott is a woman who seriously knows her beauty stuff and in this episode she joins me for an honest and outspoken chat about the ingredients that really work, products we can trust and also advice on how to sort the facts from the fiction about subjects such as the safety of parabens.Nadine isn't afraid to speak her mind and I love her for it. If you're into you're beauty, you'll find this chat refreshing and informative.Later in the episode I chat about a recent spa visit that was truly spectacular as well as talking through some great mascaras. I also talk about a failed hypnotism session!!Hope you love listening to this as much as I enjoyed doing the interview. Join me again on Wednesday for The Ultimate Guide to Makeup With Cher Webb xx

47mins

21 Jul 2019

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