Beauty Island acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
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Hello and welcome to Beauty Island, the award-nominated beauty podcast that celebrates life and lipstick.
I'm your host, beauty journalist, Brittany Stewart.
If you're new here or you just need a recap: Each episode, I sit down with a guest and ask them about the 8 beauty products that have a special memory or meaning for them. The ones they'd take to a desert island, or Beauty Island, that I am sending them off too.
Maybe it's the first beauty product they ever bought, the one that gives them their signature look, or the perfume that instantly sparks a memory of a special place or person.
Along the way we find out more about their life, career and the people and events that have shaped them into who they are today.
Today, my guest is former Benefit Cosmetics National Brow Artist and eternal brow whizz, Hannah Mutze.
Name a famous face in Australia and Hannah's probably had her hand on their brows. From Sydney's go-to salon at Kristen Fisher to being the National Brow Artist at Benefit Cosmetics for three years, there's very little she doesn't know about the art of brows. We talked about her idyllic Queensland childhood, teenage beauty mishaps, the bougie cleanser that's saves her breakout-prone skin, and - as some us remain in lockdown - shares her ultimate brow tips including what products to use when, what to attempt at home, and what's best left to the professionals.
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