Join beauty insiders Sheryll, Kerry, Coco, and Tiffany for their weekly non-pH 14 podcast covering all things beauty -- including skin care, makeup, brand gossip, and the social issues that intersect beauty culture. Each week, they’ll uncover what’s new in the land of beauty, bringing you hot takes while challenging the industry's status quo and delivering a fade on sight, as needed. Don’t miss it, this is NOT your basic beauty podcast!
In the season finale, the Bees sit down with Alicia Yoon, Founder and CEO of Peach & Lily, as she shares what really goes on behind the scenes when developing a skincare line. The Bees also discuss the line between appropriation and appreciation.
The Triple Bees are joined by special guest, Michelle Wong aka Lab Muffin -- who helps them bust popular beauty myths, exposes a dark dirty secret in skincare history, and shares her best fart analogy.
On this episode, the Triple Bees deliver The State of the Union K-beauty Address. The ladies explore the current state of Korean beauty, reminisce about the ghosts of products past, and expose racism in the media that coincided with the K-beauty movement in America.
The Triple Bees break down the good, the bad, and the ugly in the beauty community. — The ladies reveal their favorite beauty muses, reflect on “influencers” as gatekeepers, and spill deets on whether or not cancel culture is truly problematic.
Surprise! Cosmetic chemist, Luisa Fanzani, joins the Triple Bees to share her knowledge about skincare ingredients, explain the science behind product formulations, and provide clarity on “clean beauty” products.
The Triple Bees discuss which beauty collaborations spark joy, collabs they wish existed, and the ones they’d rather be without. Things also get a lil’ messy as they roast beauty copycats for those nonconsensual collabs that nobody asked for.
The lovely ladies of “Beauty Beyond Basics” get deeply personal as they discuss the concept of beauty as self-care, what makes each of them feel like a boss bitch, and call out the industry for its contributing role in portraying self-care as a scam dripped in consumerism.