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‘Get Tressed With Us’ Podcast: How to Grow Long, Healthy Hair 

Anne Hathaway at 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' at the Ed Sullivan Theater on May 23, 2018 in New York City.
Anne Hathaway at ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ at the Ed Sullivan Theater on May 23, 2018 in New York City. James Devaney/GC Images

We are all about that hair — and makeup too! Here at Stylish, we’ve never seen a hairstyle or makeup trend we couldn’t talk about for days on end, so we started a podcast to dish on all the latest beauty news — from hits and misses on the red carpet to celebrity hair and makeup gurus’ dos and don’ts. Each week, Us Weekly beauty director Gwen Flamberg talks with some of the best in the biz about what’s new in hair, makeup and style in our Get Tressed With Us podcast. Listen above!

This week, Gwen and senior reporter Travis Cronin welcomed Nutrafol founder Giorgos Tsetis to the show to talk the science of all things healthy, luscious long hair — and his hair supplements, of course.

But first, Gwen and Travis talk the secret to Meghan Markle’s glowing skin and her first official post-wedding appearance in all of her Duchess regalia. Of note: the newly minted Duchess of Sussex’s glossy chignon and, who could forget it, her nude stockings.

Related: ‘Get Tressed With Us’ Podcast: All the Details on Duchess Meghan’s Royal Wedding Hair and Makeup


Then, the conversation turns to the ladies of Ocean’s 8 who have been killing their hair game on the press tour for the film.  Gwen and Travis touch on what they think Sandra Bullock’s secret to looking eternally fabulous is, and of course obsess over Rihanna, Mindy Kaling and Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway — the latter of whom is rocking some seriously luscious and healthy hair these days.

Related: ‘Get Tressed With Us’ Podcast: Mindy Kaling’s Hairstylist Marc Mena Talks Crowns, Extension and Royal Wedding

Which brings us to Tsetsis, the founder of Nutrafol, who called in to explain that unhealthy hair growth all goes back to stress. The engineer talks how he created supplements that targets stress in the body, particularly with the adaptogen ashwaganda. Whether it’s Meghan Markle’s Duchess makeover or the key to growing thick, gorgeous strands, the Us Weekly team breaks it all down for you.


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