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Brighton & London
Columnist and Features Writer — Guardian
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Columnist, features writer, interviewer & radio bod. New book, Pretty Honest, out now. Agent: http://www.arlingtonenterprises.co.uk/clients/Sali_Hughes/

Beauty: want total cover? These foundations are just the job

theguardian.com — I only recently discovered that Estée Lauder's Double Wear - Britain's bestselling foundation - is such a huge seller that it could be classified as an entire brand in itself.

Life - Sali Hughes first world problems

the-pool.com — I attended a party last weekend. Making characteristically crap small talk, I mentioned to a male guest that my train had been so late that I hadn't had a chance to eat before coming out, and to holler if he spotted a nibbles tray because I was bloody starving.

News & Views - Sali Hughes on Bill Cosby

the-pool.com — This week showed that even in a digital age, a magazine cover can still change the world. New York's latest issue featured the photograph and testimony of 35 alleged victims of rape and sexual assault by TV star Bill Cosby.
Jul 29, 2015

RT @thepooluk: When one empty chair says a thousand words about rape, defiance & blame culture the-pool.com/news-views/opi… @SaliHughes http://t…

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Beauty: Sali Hughes’ summer foot makeover

theguardian.com — Despite our year-round longing for summer, the woeful state of our feet suggest its arrival still comes as something of a shock. As soon as the sun makes an appearance, out scuttle rough, gnarly, unloved feet like lice from under a rock, prematurely out and about in flip-flops and Birkenstocks.

In The Bathroom with Rosemary Ferguson: Part One

4th Estate

4thestate.co.uk — 4th Estate is the home of literary fiction and cutting-edge non-fiction, publishing prize-winning authors such as Hilary Mantel, Nigel Slater, Jonathan Franzen and Ben Goldacre. Our eclectic range promises books for the independent reader, and our site offers book recommendations, competitions, author videos and author events.
Jul 24, 2015

RT @4thEstateBooks: Summer(ish) lunch reading: an extract from 'Pretty Honest' by @SaliHughes. 'Showing Some Skin' bit.ly/SHskin pic.twitter.com/KECCFnE8PS

Life - Sali Hughes is 40 and she doesn’t care who knows

the-pool.com — Recently, at a radio appearance, the very nice female presenter leaned over immediately before we went on air, and asked me if I'd be offended if she were to mention that I am 40, preferring listeners not to know. Baffled, I said of course not, why would I?

Beauty: exceptionally good nail polishes

theguardian.com — Ibelieve that beauty is about more than buying products - it's also about why and how we use them. That's why this week marks a new, longer column offering a great deal more flexibility. If just one product blows me away, I can now tell you about it without running out of room.

"Housing benefit saved me as a teenager"

the-pool.com — It's now widely acknowledged that last week's budget hit low-income working families harder than anyone else. While people understandably became enraged at having been duped by a campaign that hung its hat on helping hard-working families, fewer seem as aggrieved by George Osborne's decision to scrap the automatic entitlement to housing benefit for 18- to 21-year-olds (he suggests, extremely vaguely, that exceptions will be made for "the vulnerable and other hard cases").
Jul 15, 2015

Truly brilliant piece by @salihughes in @thepooluk about how housing benefit saved her at 15 the-pool.com/life/life-hone…

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Beauty: how to avoid self-tan disasters

theguardian.com — If, like me, you're prone to buying a self-tan, spend ages using it once, then throw it in the cupboard to slowly turn green until evicted to a bin liner, then a gradual tanner should prove a wiser buy. These are effectively body creams with a lower dose of DHA (the smelly tanning ingredient) than fake tan.
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Aug 04, 2015

RT @susie_dent: To jirble is to spill liquid as the result of clumsy hands: e.g. I've just jirbled tea all over the duvet. Morning.

Aug 03, 2015

@clarenceheal Noooo. You should have said hello. And come to my event on Saturday. Xx

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