11th Oct 2017
Sali Hughes This is Beauty
On Thursday the 26th of October, Sali Hughes, beauty columnist of The Guardian Weekend and author of best-selling beauty books, Pretty Honest: The Straight-Talking Beauty Companion, and Pretty Iconic: A Personal Look at The Beauty Products That Changed The World, comes to Brown Thomas, Limerick to share her tips, tricks and invaluable insights on all things beauty.
Sali has a famously refreshing and authentic opinion on products and brands, and facetime with her is beauty fans dream come true. Never one to talk up a product just for the PR, she tells it like it is and we love her for it.
Her own award-winning website is one of the largest beauty forums for women where ideas, tips and beauty discoveries are shared.
Sali is a true beauty guru so you won’t want to miss this chance to hear her beauty wit and wisdom in conversation with IMAGE editor-in-chief, Melanie Morris.
As beauty columnist for The Guardian Weekend magazine, Sali critiques beauty products with absolute honesty, and an endorsement from her is a major win for a brand. Last time she visited Ireland for a beauty session, fans queued around corners to see her speak and ask her advice on their specific beauty concern. Sali is a wealth of knowledge on skincare and makeup, and her authentic approach means she can recommend from across a multitude of brands, from luxury lines to lower price points, all she cares about is finding products that perform well, ?and make us look and feel good.
What: Sali Hughes in conversation with IMAGE editor-in-chief, Melanie Morris
When: Thursday October 26th at 5pm
Where: Brown Thomas, Limerick, for a champagne reception and beauty event, followed by a’meet and greet.
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