42 episodes

What’s the secret to the world’s glowiest skin? Why use clean, nontoxic personal-care products? (And what’s the easiest way to make the shift?) Can lasers and injectables really make a person look better? What skin-care tips and hair ideas are worthwhile? What does it mean to look and feel pretty or sexy or even beautiful? And can we—should we—try to sustain that as we get older? When it comes to beauty, there are 70 billion questions. On The Beauty Closet, the newest podcast from goop, editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill are going to answer as many of them as they can. They’ll have help fr​om top makeup artists, dermatologists, cleanbeauty founders, researchers, plastic surgeons, hairstylists, and of course their boss, Gwyneth Paltrow.

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    • 3.7 • 476 Ratings

What’s the secret to the world’s glowiest skin? Why use clean, nontoxic personal-care products? (And what’s the easiest way to make the shift?) Can lasers and injectables really make a person look better? What skin-care tips and hair ideas are worthwhile? What does it mean to look and feel pretty or sexy or even beautiful? And can we—should we—try to sustain that as we get older? When it comes to beauty, there are 70 billion questions. On The Beauty Closet, the newest podcast from goop, editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill are going to answer as many of them as they can. They’ll have help fr​om top makeup artists, dermatologists, cleanbeauty founders, researchers, plastic surgeons, hairstylists, and of course their boss, Gwyneth Paltrow.

    The Power of the Mirror Moment

    The Power of the Mirror Moment

    The few minutes every morning you take to smooth on skin care and consider yourself and the day ahead are far more significant than they seem, says Francesco Clark, the founder of Clark’s Botanicals, a national ambassador for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, and the author of Walking Papers: The Accident That Changed My Life, and the Business That Got Me Back on My Feet. “It’s about bringing forth and strengthening your inner hero,” says Clark. “And that spine-tingling sensation of walking down the street and feeling so in tune with yourself that a stranger smiles at you.”  (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 19 min
    Why Serums (and Crystal Therapy Mats) Are Seriously Funny

    Why Serums (and Crystal Therapy Mats) Are Seriously Funny

    The easy assumption about POOG, the hilarious, wellness-obsessed podcast by comedians and longtime friends Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak, is that it’s a parody or critique of goop. “We’re true believers,” says Berlant. “People—fools—were like, ‘Oh, are you making fun of goop, making fun of wellness?’ And we’re like, ‘No, sweetie.’ And just so everyone is clear, skin care is also wellness. We love it all.” So along with cracking up uncontrollably, goop beauty editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill get to talk about spa treatments, clean beauty, and homemade crystal-healing mats with the women of POOG, the podcast The New Yorker called “a laugh from inside the house that the wellness industry built” on this week’s episode of The Beauty Closet. (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    How the Ultimate Networker Gets Her Glowing Skin

    How the Ultimate Networker Gets Her Glowing Skin

    If you’ve ever been to a WIE Suite event—they’re part TED Talk, part really fun party, with a stealth career-development aspect—you’ve felt you were part of a very smart, very chic, very powerful sisterhood. Weaving effortlessly through the famous fashion designers, female founders, and CEOs, Dee Poku is the stylish queen bee of it all, introducing, connecting, and celebrating. On The Beauty Closet this week, Poku talks with Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill about connection, power, and confidence, along with the secrets to her glowy skin and signature bangs. As a young girl in Ghana, Poku knew the world was hers. “I grew up in an environment where everyone looked like me—where everyone was Black and people in positions of power looked like me,” she says. “It grounded me with the sense that I could be all I wanted to be.” After years in the entertainment industry, Poku founded the WIE Suite—a business community centered around sisterhood and empowerment. “It’s space where women who’ve achieved success can be in the same room with women earlier on in their journey,” says Poku. “It’s a collective support system.” (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    The Empress of (Irresistible) Clean Makeup

    The Empress of (Irresistible) Clean Makeup

    On red carpets and photo shoots, makeup artist Gucci Westman’s thing—what she’s famous for—is glowy, natural-looking skin and a can’t-put-your-finger-on-it air of glamour. She delivers the same look with her runaway-bestselling makeup line, which raised the bar on both luxury and cool in the clean beauty space. The story of how she got there starts with a big break at Vogue, then runway shows for major fashion houses, like Oscar de la Renta and Diane von Furstenberg, as well as movies, like Being John Malkovich and French Exit. After waking up to clean beauty and the fact that clean makeup lacked both chicness and efficacy, she created Westman Atelier. On this week’s episode of The Beauty Closet, Westman gives Jean and Megan some incredible makeup tips, along with unforgettable stories about growing up with hippie parents and landing smack-dab in the middle of the fashion world. (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    How a Tough, Gorgeous Former Race Car Driver Slows Down

    How a Tough, Gorgeous Former Race Car Driver Slows Down

    As the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel car racing, Danica Patrick never felt she needed to soft-pedal her gender or minimize her considerable physical appeal to make other people more comfortable. “It's that saying: The way that you treat me says nothing about me and everything about you,” she says. Patrick’s wisdom on this topic is deep and absolutely inspiring, as was our entire interview with her. A seasoned podcast host herself (her podcast, Pretty Intense, has featured guests including Kimberly Snyder, Wim Hof, and Neil deGrasse Tyson), she’s full of funny stories—she had twenty minutes to prepare for interviewing Tyson, for instance—and great, grounded advice on how to stay motivated, beautiful, and true to yourself.  (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    The BFFs Who Created a Business around Beautiful Food

    The BFFs Who Created a Business around Beautiful Food

    They founded Sakara Life—the plant-based food delivery program that changed the way we eat—on $700 they raised by throwing a dinner party for friends. Ten years, several babies, and a whole lot of material and spiritual success later, best friends and co-CEOs Danielle Duboise and Whitney Tingle are as open and curious as ever, which helped make this episode one of our all-time favorites (it also helps, of course, that the two are seasoned podcast hosts). We got their take on everything—the difference between a cleanse and a diet, how to break away from conventional solutions to problems like acne, growing a business from practically nothing, why breastfeeding during meetings can change the world, and why it’s more important to focus on what you are eating rather than what you aren’t—and it’s just magical. (For more, see The Beauty Closet hub.)
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    • 1 hr 21 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
476 Ratings

476 Ratings

dmariehomes ,

Love the guests

Love the guests! The hosts need to let the guests finish their thought. Please stop jumping in and interrupting every single time they speak. I want to hear what your GUESTS have to say. It’s such great content and I love to hear the personal stories of your guests, please let them tell their story❤️

JTHapple8 ,

Fabulous guests, hard to listen/hear

Loving this shows guests!! For some constructive feedback if the hosts read these… Please be more cautious not to interject and talk over the guests. Even the laughs, the “mm hmm” “yeah” “oh” is so distracting and can make it really hard to hear guests with remote recordings. I really respect the hosts’ backgrounds and what they bring to the industry but I don’t think I can stay with the podcast with the lack of podcast/interview etiquette :/

Hollyg123456 ,

Good interviews

Good interviews

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