Pretty Honest: The Straight-Talking Beauty Companion
21 February 1975 (age 46), Blackwood, United Kingdom
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Sali Hughes (born 1975) is a Welsh journalist, writer and broadcaster. Her early career was spent in print media, but as well as continuing to write for magazines and newspapers she is now also a regular contributor to TV and radio programmes.
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Hughes has written features, opinion columns and celebrity interviews for Grazia, Elle, Red, The Guardian, The Observer, Glamour, Stylist, Shortlist, Top Santé, Look, NOW and Cosmopolitan. Since January 2011, she has also been The Guardian's resident beauty columnist, featuring weekly in their Saturday magazine and online video tutorials.
Hughes is a regular contributor on Sky News’ Press Preview and from June 2012 has been a regular press reviewer on ITV’s Daybreak. She has also regularly appeared on BBC Radio 5Live reviewing television, music and entertainment and has contributed to BBC Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour, The Chris Evans Show on BBC Radio 2 and on news and entertainment programmes on ITV, BBC, and Channel 4.
In September 2014, Hughes' first book, Pretty Honest, was published by the 4th Estate division of HarperCollins. In April 2015, Hughes began writing a weekly opinion column for women's digital platform, The Pool. She announced her imminent second marriage on the platform (after a divorce a decade earlier) in February 2017.