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Hello Friends, I’m Rosie Acosta. I am a Meditation Teacher; Speaker and Author of You Are Radically Loved: A healing journey to self-love. I grew up in East Los Angeles during the 92 La Riots and it set me on a troubled path for many years. I didn’t grow up with mentors in my life, so I turned to reading as many books as I possibly could to learn about life’s purpose. In my journey as a First Gen-Mexican American, I found having these conversations gave me insight, support, and inspiration. So, I decided to create a place where I could share these conversations with my community. The Radically Loved Podcast was born! How do we create a radically loved life? Come have a sit with me so we can discover all things mindfulness, spirituality, self-love, and overall healthy living. Please be sure to share the episodes that you love and also leave us a review!
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Mar 4, 2022
Human creativity and advanced technology have allowed beauty trends to perpetually shift throughout the years. However, existing societal conventions have continued to bind us to unrealistic, one-dimensional beauty standards.

As we struggle to maintain society’s expectations, we must realize that physical appearance is just the tip of the iceberg of a more complex concept of beauty. When you examine deeper, you will understand that real beauty is found deep within, and you can only unravel it once you foster confidence and self-acceptance.

In this episode, Naked Beauty Podcast's host Brooke DeVard Ozaydinli joins us to delve into the world of beauty. She talks about the experience that inspired her to create her own beauty platform and what it's like to run a podcast. Brooke also shares tips on how to handle other people on social media. Finally, we dive deep into the concept of internal and external beauty and why beauty is something subjective.

If you want to know how you can unravel your naked beauty to the world, this episode is for you!

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Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:
1.Discover the realities of delving into the beauty and fashion world.
2.Learn how to handle unsolicited comments in social media and real life.
3.Understand the complex concept of beauty that goes beyond physical appearance.
Resources
https://www.nakedbeautypodcast.com/ by Brooke DeVard Ozaydinli
●Naked Beauty Podcast Ep.187: How to Mitigate Stress and Anxiety ft. Rosie Acosta: https://www.nakedbeautypodcast.com/episodes/ep187-how-to-mitigate-stress-and-anxiety-ft-rosie-acosta
●Contact Brooke:
○Instagram https://www.instagram.com/brookedevard
○Twitter https://twitter.com/brookedevard
○LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/brooke-devard-ozaydinli
●Euphoria (2019 TV series) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8772296/
●And Just Like That… (2021 TV series) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13819960/
●Sex and the City (1998 TV series) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0159206/
●FREE workbook! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Enter your email below, and I’ll send it right away!
Episode Highlights
[2:41] Brooke’s Many Hats
●Brooke hosts the Naked Beauty Podcast and works full-time at Instagram as a Creator Marketing Manager.
●She is a mother, wife, daughter, friend, and sister.
[3:03] What Inspired Brooke to Create a Beauty & Wellness Platform
●Brooke has a strong interest in delving into how people express themselves through beauty.
●Choices made within the realm of beauty reflect people’s personalities.
●Her first internship was in Vogue Magazine. Tune in to the full episode to hear about Brooke’s experience in Vogue!
●The starting salary of Vogue editors is only around $22,000 a year. Most Vogue editors are well off and don’t need it, but Brooke needed to make money.
[5:06] Getting Into Beauty
●Now, Brooke works in the more lucrative tech career path, but she has always loved fashion.
●If you take ten women in a white t-shirt and jeans, there are still things that would make them stand out.
●Brooke loves asking people and getting deep about beauty.
●For her, word of mouth is the strongest indication a product is good.
[6:18] Starting a Podcast
●You can’t start a podcast and expect to immediately make a ton of money.
●She was ecstatic the first time the podcast got 200 listeners for a single episode.
[9:20] The Intricacy of the Beauty Market
●Beauty customers are some of the most discerning customers in the world. They want to know everything before buying anything.
●There is a rise in celebrities starting their beauty brands without any expertise.
●It’s difficult to get honest feedback and reviews nowadays, with numerous Youtubers having branded content and magazines filled with advertised products.
●Brooke loves hearing people’s favorite products on her podcast because they are real.
[12:29] Brooke’s Driving Force in Reaching Her Life’s Vision
●Brooke has two Instagram accounts. One is her personal account for pure fun (@brookedevard); the other is for her beauty community (@nakedbeautyplanet).
●She believes it’s better to show up on the Internet as fully realized people with many interests than niching down.
●Social media is about being intentional. Naked Beauty Planet aims to be a safe, inclusive community where people can freely talk about beauty.
●Brooke believes that beauty should be fun, and she cultivates a fun community by hanging out with her followers on her personal account.
[16:59] Handling People on Social Media
●Many people online are offensive and judgmental.
●There's a lot of judgment that gets put on moms on social media and in real life.
●There’s a huge miscalculation around what’s appropriate to say to strangers online. Often, it’s a case of projection.
●The majority who feel empowered to share their judgment about Brooke are white women.
●A lot of it is around setting boundaries on your space. Listen to the full podcast to hear Rosie’s experience and insight on boundary setting!
[22:03] How Brooke Deals with Judgment and Shaming
●Acknowledge that some of them mean well. Sometimes, they are helpful.
●Everything is a learning experience.
●Identify constructive feedback from the comments you should ignore.
●Even if you disagree with the feedback, it's still helpful in some aspects.
●Hearing from people with different and diverse experiences from yours can help you create more empathetic content.
[28:57] Internal Beauty vs. External Beauty
●Brooke thinks you cannot have one without the other.
●People that radiate beauty have an inner peace around them.
●People who are physically attractive but are unkind don't have the factor that draws you to them.
●Having confidence in how you hold yourself and interact with other people is what makes you a beautiful person.
[31:04] Cosmetic Procedures as an Approach to Beauty
●While Brooke has chosen not to have Botox or fillers, she’s not against them.
●We live in a society where we’re constantly trying to reverse the clock. However, true beauty has nothing to do with that.
●If it makes them feel better, there's no judgment for those who choose to change or enhance their features.
●Still, some people can lose sight of the compass of where they really want to be from getting procedures constantly done.
[37:48] On Pretty Privilege
●Some people have the privilege of having a symmetrical face and conventionally attractive features.
●These people are naturally very beautiful without doing anything.
●Not welcoming the idea of cosmetic procedures may come from a place of privilege a lot of people don’t have.
●It goes back to listening to feedback and learning to be sensitive.
[38:53] Beauty and Attraction are Subjective
●Beauty is personal.
●Rosie and Brooke look up to women that have embraced their age. Brooke gave the character of Carrie Bradshaw as an example.
●What attracts many of us is a person's personality instead of physical appearance.
●Attraction has so little to do with physical perfection. There’s an unspoken thing you can feel that makes you drawn to a person.
[43:53] On Self-Acceptance
●Brooke’s husband is very accepting of who she is.
●"When do you feel most beautiful?" is a question that has been asked in every episode of the Naked Beauty Podcast. People’s answers to the question rarely have to do with their physical appearance.
●Brooke is able to give herself the grace of self-acceptance. But it can be easy to forget this sometimes.
●Your perception of what’s beautiful should not be dictated by what other people think.
●Brooke feels radically loved when she’s given the space to be her authentic self — to show her naked beauty.
5 Powerful Quotes from This Episode
[03:23] “There are choices being made that reflect your personality, which I think is so interesting—beauty is this way of talking without talking.”
[05:17] If you take ten women in a white t-shirt and jeans, there are still going to be things about them that make them stand out and make them unique—in terms of the way they choose to do their hair, in terms of the way they choose to do their makeup, the way that they choose to accessorize, even the way that they carry themselves, to be quite honest.”
[28:20] “Sometimes, when you hear from people that have different experiences from yours and diverse experiences from yours, it really helps to make your content more empathetic.”
[30:17] “It's not just about making sure you have the perfect skincare routine; it's making sure you have that confidence [in] the way that you hold yourself as you walk into the room, the way that you are interacting with other people—all of that comes together to make you a beautiful person.”
[43:22] “Attraction has so little to do with physical perfection.”
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