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Brooke Burke-Charvet dives into health, fitness, relationships, food, beauty, aging, spiritual wellness, parenting and maybe even a little sex. Or maybe a lot. Just like life itself, there’s no predicting, because it’s all on the table in a freewheeling, light-hearted, transparent discussion about the things that matter most.



Aug 29, 2017

Bonus Episode: This episode is from an archive of Brooke’s previous show, “The Naked Mom.”

This week, Brooke talks to her “Glamily” – the Hollywood hair, makeup and wardrobe styling experts that keep her looking great for the cameras. They get into the practical and personal side of creating the Hollywood glamor illusion, but the vibe is more like a casual conversation with friends. First hair stylist, Chris Dylan and wardrobe stylist Isabelle Banham share their personal paths into their careers as celebrity stylists. Isabelle and Chris also give listeners tips and tricks about products and styles to try at home. They also share the behind the scenes reality of 5AM call times, 6 day weeks, living in hotel rooms stuffed with racks of clothing and hair for shows like “Celebrity Apprentice” and “Dancing with the Stars,” or doing high-speed changes in commercial breaks during the live broadcast of, “Miss America.” They also tell you what goes on under the dress – whether it’s spanks, ‘sex tape,’ or nipple covers. They have suggestions like having a “trade party” with your friends and also answer the question, “what should be in your “necessity kit?” Then makeup artist Marylin Lee, head of makeup on “American Idol” and “The Voice” joins Brooke to discuss dos and don’ts of makeup products, brows, eyebrow microblading, eyebrow tattooing, covering age, sun and other discolorations and a host of other topics. Marylin and Brooke also delve into her personal struggle with Milasma and how they dealt with it while keeping her looking good for the cameras. Marylin’s also full of advice like why you should do your eyes before your base, using patches, tea bags, cold spoons and other ways to counter under-eye darkness and swelling, what to keep in your purse, where you can save money and what’s worth spending on or how to clean a hairbrush. Simple, affordable hacks to make your makeup experience better. Find everyone on social: @BrookeBurke @chrisdylanhair @isabellebanham @marylinmakeup @NakedMomPod