ep. 41: Laura Hutson Hunter
Writer, editor, curator, and art advisor Laura Hutson Hunter talks about why she became a professional writer, the balm that turns her into a “glowy goddess,” the best red lipstick for people who are scared of red lipstick, and why she buys her hair oil at Kroger.
Our guest this week is Laura Hutson Hunter, a writer, editor, curator and art advisor, and host of Artists Talk, a weekly art talk show on WXNA. Laura’s writing has been featured in publications like the Nashville Scene, Vice, and Art in America.
In this episode, Laura talks about using her writing to explore the topics that interest her, and why she loves Nashville’s burgeoning art scene. Laura’s favorite products are a wonderful mix of drugstore finds and high-end splurges. She talked about using Palmer’s Cocoa Butter as a décolletage highlighter, the power of wearing red lipstick (including a recommendation for the red lipstick you should buy if you are scared to wear red lipstick!), the drugstore dupe for Dior Lip Glow, and why the cult favorite Clé de Peau concealer is worth its price tag. Laura also talked about why her Aunt Melissa (who happens to be a YouTube beauty guru with 80,000 subscribers) is her beauty icon. (P.S. - Melissa was recently featured in an article in the Guardian about the “New Generation of Beauty Influencers” — women in their 60s and 70s. In the article, she said that one of the reasons she became a beauty vlogger is because “It bothered me when Estée Lauder used Kendall Jenner to advertise wrinkle cream when she doesn’t have a wrinkle on her.” Preach, Melissa!)
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