Co-hosts and longtime beauty journalists Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan give their perspective on all things makeup, skincare, and wellness at the intersection of pop culture and entertainment. Experts in the field and friends IRL, they pull back the curtain on trends, treatments and popular products — all the things you're likely searching or watching on TikTok. (They'd know — they've spent 10 years creating and optimizing editorial content for mainstream digital beauty publishers.) Tuesday episodes reveal the most notable beauty headlines with informed takes while Friday episodes feature guests from experts in the industry to celebrity spokespeople, including Courteney Cox, Hailey Bieber, Halsey, Selena Gomez, Scarlett Johansson, Laverne Cox, Jonathan Van Ness, Barbie Ferreira, Brad Mondo, Emma Chamberlain, Dr. Jason Diamond, Charlotte Palermino and more. more
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It’s a good show but sometimes it’s not clear which products they have been paid to promote. The sound effects are very annoying.
I first started following Gloss Angeles during the pandemic for beauty and skincare recommendations. Maybe there’s a runway of how many episodes you can make dedicated to those topics. In recent episodes, Sarah and Kirbie (particularly Kirbie) have become more and more focused expensive and extreme measures to combat aging. Kirbie and Sarah have given me a lot of great tips over the years. I used to find them much more conscientious and aware of the harm of talking and promoting plastic surgery.... more
People seek beauty to find confidence. Gloss Angeles somehow glosses over any sort of heartfelt approach to beauty by gushing about the free products they get. I’d respect this show more if they were less sales-y and more editorially inclined. And what’s with the plastic surgery discussions? That just seems counter to all the hyping of products because you wouldn’t need them if you go under the knife.
Gloss Angeles is an excellent channel that offers a great overview on makeup, skincare, and wellness topics. Kerbie and Sara are truly exceptional at producing informative and engaging episodes. They have an insatiable curiosity that makes their guest interviews engaging and fun.
I’ve listened to this podcast for about two years and I really do enjoy it. However I’m really getting over Kirby’s constant political drops. I’m here for beauty, not the politics. I really hope they take this to heart and tone it down.
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Gloss Angeles launched 4 years ago and published 348 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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