kbeauty podcast – #slideordie
United States
45 episodes
since Dec. 16, 2015
explicit content


The snail unit discusses the evolution of self-care from activist motto to marketing slogan. canceling plans is ok. staying home to cook is ok. disappearing for a bit to get your life together is ok. resurfacing in a foreign country with a new name 10 years later is ok. it’s called self care — Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) January 13, 2018 What we’ve been up to Fiddy is now Director of Marketing at Beautytap Cat got a puppy!! Tracy is a journalist Chel has released new Holy Snails products and shaved her head Links Chel’s scalp massager “But ultimately, choosing instant gratification has proven catastrophically destructive.” comes from “The rise of Donald Trump demands we embrace a harder kind of self-care“ Chel and Fiddy’s Snailcast episode on motherhood Fiddy’s essay on how skincare helped her with depression Cat and Tracy on kbeauty shopping research “Women and people of color viewed controlling their health as a corrective to the failures of a white, patriarchal medical system to properly tend to their needs.” comes from “A History of Self-Care“ “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.” comes from A Burst of Light: and Other Essays McDonald’s self-care hashtag campaign mentioned in “The Politics of Conspicuous Displays of Self-Care“ College Humor satirical video on self-care Tracy on the lipstick effect in Racked Pat McGrath lipstick, Tom Ford lipstick The Holy Snail wine Lifehacker’s How I Work series CVS bans photoshopping beauty product ads The Hairpin’s self-care column: “This column has a singular purpose: to talk to women about navigating a world where they are their own savior.” Where to find The Tub in Philly (King Spa Room) “Overextending myself is not stretching myself. I had to accept how difficult it is to monitor the difference.” Quote by Audre Lorde from A Burst of Light: and Other Essays. The post Episode 32: The Evolution of Self-Care appeared first on The Snailcast.
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