24 episodes

The Mental Makeover podcast shares relatable, honest and actionable advice on all things happiness, body image, self-love, relationships, spirituality and reaching your goals. Hosted by Lauren Curtis, social media influencer with over 7 million followers across her platforms. For more, head to @lozcurtis on Instagram or search Lauren Curtis on YouTube!

Mental Makeover Lauren Curtis

    • Mental Health

The Mental Makeover podcast shares relatable, honest and actionable advice on all things happiness, body image, self-love, relationships, spirituality and reaching your goals. Hosted by Lauren Curtis, social media influencer with over 7 million followers across her platforms. For more, head to @lozcurtis on Instagram or search Lauren Curtis on YouTube!

    Q&A with The Skin Fairy: pimple popping and pore strips, are they really that bad?

    Q&A with The Skin Fairy: pimple popping and pore strips, are they really that bad?

    As many of you will know, I have been seeing Carmen McNamara aka The Skin Fairy for at least 4 or 5 years now. She's helped me tremendously throughout the years, but more so now since going off the contraceptive pill and experiencing hormonal breakouts. I have received so many messages asking if I could interview her and pick her brains, so that's exactly what I'm doing in this episode! I asked you guys what questions you'd like for her to answer, and then I picked the most commonly asked or interesting ones. I hope you enjoy! You can find Carmen on Instagram at @theskinfairy_, @skinfairyclinic and www.skinfairyclinic.com.au.

    • 40 min
    Quick Flick founder Iris Smit on her mind-blowing, unconventional journey from trauma to triumph

    Quick Flick founder Iris Smit on her mind-blowing, unconventional journey from trauma to triumph

    This episode is... mind blowing! I got goosebumps so many times and had to edit out my hundreds of "WOW" remarks (I couldn't help myself!). I really struggled to pick a title because nothing could succinctly summarise how interesting, engaging, informative, inspirational and truly unbelievable her story is. You've probably heard of The Quick Flick by now (winged eyeliner stamp for those who haven't), and maybe even her new venture Beauty Fridge. Iris Smit is only 24 and has managed to build a $15 million dollar empire in 2 years. From the outside, everything seemed perfect. Booming business; long term relationship; dream car; dream life, right? Despite every box being ticked, Iris was unhappier than she'd ever been. After experiencing horrific trauma as a child, she had no identity, no control, nothing to call her own and subsequently felt completely numb. It's the story of what came next that truly blew my mind in more ways than one. I won't spoil it because it deserves to be heard in context and in its entirety. Thank you so much to Iris (@irisjade, @thequickflick, @beautyfridge) for joining me on the podcast, I think this will remain one of my favourite episodes for a very long time x

    • 1 hr 12 min
    A very intimate Q&A with my boyfriend Reece

    A very intimate Q&A with my boyfriend Reece

    Hellooo! By now, most of you will probably be familiar with my boyfriend of almost 5 years, Reece. He's the love of my life, my best friend and my soul mate. He's also super shy so it takes a bit of coercing to get him to agree to film a video or record a podcast hehehe but this particular Q&A (Q's asked by you guys) he really enjoyed and gave sooo many personal, insightful and helpful answers. It became quite an intimate discussion about almost everything in our lives (whether it be as a couple or individually), so I really hope you get something out of it :) You can find Reece on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/reeceddaniel/ or on his business page https://bonhommewatches.com/ x

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Karissa Pukas and I discuss why we once hated each other and how we came back from it

    Karissa Pukas and I discuss why we once hated each other and how we came back from it

    Karissa Pukas and I have an interesting past. We first connected online back in 2011, and met in person in 2013. We filmed two videos together, one at my house in Perth and another in Sydney with Shannon, Chloe and myself (who remembers?!). All was well until it... wasn't. Something happened (tune in to find out what) and that was the end of our friendship. I blocked Karissa from everything and she unfollowed me right back. I'm a grudge holder, so I genuinely thought that was the end of that chapter for good. It wasn't until I heard from Karissa years later that we were able to reconnect and go over what happened between us; this time with a bit more maturity at our disposal. This episode goes into all of the nitty gritty details about why Karissa was mad at me, why I was mad at her and how we came to a resolution years later. We've both learnt so much over the years and came to discover that we actually have way more in common now, then we ever did before. It's a great story full of lots of life lessons, so we hope you enjoy. You can find Karissa at: http://youtube.com/karissapukas and https://www.instagram.com/karissapukas/ :)

    • 29 min
    Plastic surgery and injectables: let's discuss the REAL problem

    Plastic surgery and injectables: let's discuss the REAL problem

    From the moment I started my YouTube channel, the most common insults I would receive were to do with my appearance. People would call me fake any chance they could get. While the taboos surrounding plastic surgery and injectables have lessened slightly, the judgement people face whenever they're honest about getting work done, or even if they've never discussed it and people just think they've had something done, is immense. It's almost as if they feel superior to you, and they want to let you know that you should be ashamed of yourself, simply because they don't approve of your choices. Well... I've got a lot to say about that! Keep your mind open while you listen to this podcast, and let me know if you had a change of heart/opinion once you reach the end :)

    • 23 min
    Do you REALLY want to turn your hobby into a career?

    Do you REALLY want to turn your hobby into a career?

    This episode might make some people uncomfortable because it goes against the saying "do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life". I think that statement is very naive and ignorant to the reality of business and being your own boss, and gives people a false sense of hope that monetising your passions will always end well. The truth: it might have the opposite effect. In this episode I talk through why I feel that sometimes hobbies should be left as just that: hobbies, and why the opportunity to make money from them should only be considered if you're primarily driven by financial success, or business success, and NOT happiness!
    I hope you enjoy, and please don't forget to subscribe, rate and review! THANK YOU :)

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

Alyssasuec ,

Love

I know I’ll be sounding like a lot of the other ratings when I say this but I’ve been watching Lauren for years. To see her transition not only on her yt channel but now to create this incredible podcast has been so inspiring. Lauren has the kindest heart and that’s what makes this podcast so great. She carry’s conversation so well and speaks about things that truly matter.

khaileyyy ,

Real & honest

I love Lauren, and have been a long time supporter over the years. Lauren is such a kind and strong woman. She gives some of the best advice, tips, and stories on this podcast. Love you lots Loz!!!

Sloped frees ,

Long time follower

I’ve been a long time follower of Lauren. I think I always liked her stuff because I’ve been in a similar place as she was (we are close on age) and it’s so refreshing seeing her grow as a person and seeing her work grow and reflect where she is now. Too many times influencers stay in the same state because it what pulls people in and I like that her channel and podcast has grown with her.

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