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Sali

Hughes

Sali Hughes is a journalist, presenter and broadcaster, specialising in beauty, women’s issues and film. A former magazine editor, she has written extensively for Grazia, The Observer, Vogue, Elle, Stylist, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Shortlist, Woman & Home, Look, Good Housekeeping, Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter.

She is Contributing Editor of Red magazine and popular resident columnist on The Pool and Empire magazine (both of which have seen her twice-nominated for Columnist of The Year).

She is also Beauty Editor on The Guardian, where she is known for her intelligent, straight-talking advice and honest product recommendations that are recognised across the beauty industry as having “the Delia effect” on sales.

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Television

Sali is a very experienced radio broadcaster, appearing frequently on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour (for whom she has also presented two in-programme series), Late Night Woman’s Hour, You & Yours, and The Today Programme. She has made many guest television appearances on Sky News, BBC2’s Newsnight, ITV's This Morning, Good Morning Britain and Lorraine.

She has written and presented her own factual reports ...

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Testimonials

“The thinking woman’s beauty expert”

- The Telegraph

“Britain’s best beauty writer”

- Lauren Laverne

“Sali is a total joy to read. She writes about beauty with love, authority and honesty. I trust her completely”

- Marian Keyes

“Sali has created a universe filled with galaxies of beauty secrets”

- Charlotte Tilbury

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